This year in Woodman Athletics we are shifting our approach to athletics to better meet the needs of our students.  As a school we are always looking for new and innovative ways to better support the learning of all students and we are applying that to our athletics program. This year teams will be split into two streams.

Junior Varsity

In this stream we will maintain our interscholastic competitive teams. These teams will be run the same as in previous years but rather than limit teams to specific grades we will  allow for all eligible students to the tryout (Grade 6-9). This team will then compete with other schools teams in the Calgary Middle Level School Amateur Athletics (CMLSAA) interscholastic division. The season of play will include practices each week, CMLSAA games or meets and additional opportunities such as tournament or dual meets when offered. These teams will have a restricted number of players.

Junior Development

In this stream the students who want to participate, and are willing to commit to a school season of play, we will offer a competitive in-house development league. The purpose of this league will be to offer students the opportunity to learn and develop their skills with knowledgeable coaches and apply their learning to competitive game situations. This league will also eliminate the necessity to “cut” interested players to fill the limited number of spots on a traditional junior team. As there will not be a restriction on the number of participants in this program all students will have the opportunity to learn, train, and compete in an environment focused on growth. Similar to the Varsity program there will be mandatory practices each week, competitive games and a tournaments or meets when available.

If you have questions about this please contact the PE team:  Mr. Taylor or Mrs. Boldon.

Thank-you, 
the PE Team

Woodman Teams

Cross Country

  • No Cut Varsity Team

Volleyball

  • Girls and Boys Varsity team to compete at the CMLSAA Senior Level
  • Junior Development Teams

Wrestling

  • No Cut Varsity Team

Basketball

  • Girls and Boys Varsity team to compete at the CMLSAA Senior Level
  • Junior Development Teams

Badminton

  • Junior (Grades 6 & 7), Intermediate (Grade 8) and Senior (Grade 9) Teams to Compete in the CMLSAA divisional Meets
  • Junior Development Teams

Track and Field

  • Junior Varsity (Grade 6), Junior (Grade 7), Intermediate (Grade 8) and Senior (Grade 9) Teams to Compete in the CMLSAA divisional Meets
  • No Junior Varsity team due to the size of the team we are able to take to the Divisional Meet.  

Athletics

This year in Woodman Athletics we are shifting our approach to athletics to better meet the needs of our students.  As a school we are always looking for new and innovative ways to better support the learning of all students and we are applying that to our athletics program. This year teams will be split into two streams.

Junior Varsity

In this stream we will maintain our interscholastic competitive teams. These teams will be run the same as in previous years but rather than limit teams to specific grades we will  allow for all eligible students to the tryout (Grade 6-9). This team will then compete with other schools teams in the Calgary Middle Level School Amateur Athletics (CMLSAA) interscholastic division. The season of play will include practices each week, CMLSAA games or meets and additional opportunities such as tournament or dual meets when offered. These teams will have a restricted number of players.

Junior Development

In this stream the students who want to participate, and are willing to commit to a school season of play, we will offer a competitive in-house development league. The purpose of this league will be to offer students the opportunity to learn and develop their skills with knowledgeable coaches and apply their learning to competitive game situations. This league will also eliminate the necessity to “cut” interested players to fill the limited number of spots on a traditional junior team. As there will not be a restriction on the number of participants in this program all students will have the opportunity to learn, train, and compete in an environment focused on growth. Similar to the Varsity program there will be mandatory practices each week, competitive games and a tournaments or meets when available.

If you have questions about this please contact the PE team:  Mr. Taylor or Mrs. Boldon.

Thank-you, 
the PE Team

Woodman Teams

Cross Country

  • No Cut Varsity Team

Volleyball

  • Girls and Boys Varsity team to compete at the CMLSAA Senior Level
  • Junior Development Teams

Wrestling

  • No Cut Varsity Team

Basketball

  • Girls and Boys Varsity team to compete at the CMLSAA Senior Level
  • Junior Development Teams

Badminton

  • Junior (Grades 6 & 7), Intermediate (Grade 8) and Senior (Grade 9) Teams to Compete in the CMLSAA divisional Meets
  • Junior Development Teams

Track and Field

  • Junior Varsity (Grade 6), Junior (Grade 7), Intermediate (Grade 8) and Senior (Grade 9) Teams to Compete in the CMLSAA divisional Meets
  • No Junior Varsity team due to the size of the team we are able to take to the Divisional Meet.  
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