Scorpion Athletic Program

We offer inter-school teams in all CMLSAA sports: soccer, volleyball, basketball, track and field, badminton, wrestling and cross country.  Check out the individual sports pages for more specific information:

Clarence Sansom Sports Code of Ethics For Players, Coaches and Spectators

Whether I am a player or a spectator at a school athletic function, I realize that I am under the school’s jurisdiction. Because my actions reflect the school that I represent, I recognize my responsibility to exemplify the highest standards of conduct.

I will:

  • Offer constructive support of my team, rather than criticize the opposition.
  • Show appreciation of good plays by both teams.
  • As a host, welcome the visitors as guests, offering all possible assistance.
  • As a visitor, respect the property of the host school and accept the host regulations.
  • Recognize the officials’ integrity, realizing the difficulty of their decision.
  • Accept the officials’ decision as final.
  • Respect the feelings of all participants and show sympathy for an injured or disqualified player.
  • Learn the rules of the game (and play by them at all times).
  • Accept either victory or defeat graciously, respecting the efforts displayed by all.
  • Express thanks to those responsible for the opportunity to enjoy a school sports activity. 

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We are looking forward to welcoming students back to Sansom tomorrow! Here are some key details to note:

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RT @UsihChristopher: One more week of classes before the Winter Break! This has been a challenging year for staff, students and families. Covid-19 continues to impact mental health and well-being and some have experienced a loss. Let’s be kind and show more compassion. Words and actions matter!

Grade 7 students learning the art of sewing in CTF class! Such talent and creativity!

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