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Attached is information from Section 1 BOCES Athletics regarding SAT testing and conflict dates with Sectional, Regional and State competitions. Although our Sectional will be as flexible as possible during the "regular" season, during post-season they do not have the same flexibility. Below are dates to be aware of when scheduling for SATs.
March 9th - Winter Sectionals begin in February and end in the middle of March. This may be a conflict with winter recess as well as the SAT date.
June 1st will be State and/or Regional Finals
August 19 - Tryouts Begin for All Varsity Sports AND JV Football
August 22 - Tryouts Begin for JV Sports
September 5 - Pre Season Meeting for Modified (MS) Sports
September 9 - Tryouts Begin for Modified Sports
Important Information about Scheduling Road Tests
Learner Permit holders under the age of 18 must have a valid permit for at least six (6) months before they can take their DMV Driver License Road Test. You’ll find this information, as well as other helpful tips on preparing for the road test, on DMV’s website at www.dmv.ny.gov/driver-license/prepare-your-road-test
Driver Education helps provide the foundation for safe driving behavior. Students will be taught by trained and state certified instructors using specially equipped cars (dual brakes, dual mirrors) to ensure maximum safety.
You must have your permit by February 6, 2019 to be eligible for the Spring program.
STUDENT ORIENTATION MEETING February 1st at 3:00 pm (HS Cafeteria) schedules will be handed out at this meeting.
Program fee : $480. Make checks payable to John Jay High School. Return application with payment to the athletic office before the orientation meeting.
JP Signore is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist at John Jay High School’s Fitness Center that offers a variety of customized programs to meet the needs of athletes in their off-season training.
Please contact JP Signore to set up team times and days for training at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Advance Placement Process (APP) is a program for evaluating students who want to participate in sports at a higher level. The purpose of APP is not to fill positions on teams; instead, it is aimed at the few, select students who can benefit so that student may be placed at a level of competition that should result in increased opportunity, a fairer competitive environment, minimized risk, and greater personal satisfaction. Below are links for more information on the AP Process.
If you have any questions on APP, please contact the Athletic Department.