Athletics

Central ISLIP School District

ALL V & JV FALL 2022 SPORTS registration begins on 7/25/22
TRYOUTS BEGIN ON AUGUST 22, 2022

 

ALL MIDDLE SCHOOL fall sports registration begins on 8/8/22
FALL SPORTS BEGIN ON SEPTEMBER  6, 2022


Final Forms

We are excited to announce that Central Islip Union Free School District Athletic Department has partnered with FinalForms, an online forms and data management service. FinalForms allows you to complete and sign athletic participation forms for your students. The most exciting news is that FinalForms saves data from season-to-season and year-to-year, meaning that you will never need to enter the same information twice! FinalForms also pre-populates information wherever possible, for each of your students, saving you time. 

You may review your data at any time to verify it is current. You will be required to sign your forms once per year and after any update. Click on the Parent Playbook (link below) to get started in FinalForms.

IMPORTANT: You will receive an account confirmation email from FinalForms to the parent email listed in our database. Please click the link and follow the steps to login and access your student(s).

Thank you for your assistance in streamlining our paperwork processes.

Register Here


Athletics Office -  631-348-5000 Ext. 1057 - Phone 
631-348-7297 - Fax


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Interscholastic Athletic Program

Central Islip High School                                                 Reed MS

Fall Season               Fall Season
Football – Varsity/JV                                                             Football
Soccer (Boys) – Varsity/JV                                                    Soccer (Boys)
Soccer (Girls) – Varsity/JV                                                    Soccer (Girls)
Swim (Girls) – Varsity                                                           Tennis (Girls)
Tennis (Girls) – Varsity/JV                                                     Cross Country (Boys/Girls)
Cross Country (Boys) – Varsity
Cross Country (Girls) - Varsity         
Volleyball (Boys) - JV
Volleyball (Girls) - Varsity/JV

Winter Season                                                                                        Early Winter Season
Basketball (Boys) – Varsity/JV                                              Basketball (Boys)
Basketball (Girls) – Varsity/JV                                              Volleyball (Girls)
Bowling (Boys) – Varsity             Cheer
Bowling (Girls) – Varsity
Swim (Boys) – Varsity                                                           Late Winter Season 
Winter Track (Boys) – Varsity                                               Basketball (Girls)
Winter Track (Girls) – Varsity                                               Volleyball (Boys)
Wrestling – Varsity/JV                                                          Wrestling                                  
Cheer - Varsity                     

Spring Season                                                                                          Spring Season
Badminton (Boys) – Varsity                                                   Baseball
Badminton (Girls) – Varsity                                                   Softball
Baseball – Varsity/JV                                                             Lacrosse (Girls)
Lacrosse (Girls) – JV                                                             Track (Boys)
Softball – Varsity/JV                                                              Track (Girls)
Tennis (Boys) - Varsity                                                           Tennis (Boys)
Track (Boys) - Varsity Swim (Boys/Girls)
Track (Girls) - Varsity
Unified Basketball (Boys/Girls) - Varsity


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Adults with a degree after high school are far less likely to be unemployed or underemployed than are their peers who lack such a credential, a A NEW FEDERAL REPORT CONFIRMS.

The brief report, "Relationship Between Educational Attainment and Labor Underutilization," shows that nearly a quarter (23 percent) of Americans aged 25 to 64 who have a high school degree were either unemployed (13 percent), involuntarily working part-time (6 percent) or involuntarily working on a temporary basis (4 percent), while 16 percent of those with an associate degree, 14 percent of those with a bachelor's degree and 13 percent of those with a graduate or professional degree fell into one of those three categories. More than a third of Americans without a high school degree were un- or underemployed.

In another measure, Americans with a college degree made up about 38 percent of the country's unemployed and underemployed population, while those with a high school degree or less made up more than half (53 percent).

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