AASD

Athletics

North students have many opportunities to become involved on interscholastic athletic teams. All teams follow the rules of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA). Interscholastic athletics are governed by the Appleton Area School District co-curricular code and the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA).

Index of Appleton North Coaches


Athletic Trainer

Cassy Amo  email

Strength & Conditioning Coach

Kevin Bleck email


Athletic Schedules

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General Information

Many 9th grade games are played after school.

  • Boys and Girls Basketball games start 5:45 p.m. in the evening.
  • Girls Volleyball games start at 5:30 p.m.
  • Freshmen Football games start at 4:15 p.m.
  • Freshmen Soccer games start at 4:30 p.m.

Most practices for all freshmen athletes will be held immediately after school. There may be situations where the athlete will be required to practice after 5:30 because a limit of gym space. (Spring Season)

There may be some practices that will be held during a holiday break. For example, the basketball, boys swimming and wrestling teams may have a few practices over the Christmas Holiday season because they may have a game scheduled as soon as school starts.

Most teams hold a Friday practice even if they had a meet or game on Thursday. Coaches expect the athlete to be at practice.

If the family has scheduled a vacation during tryouts, or during the holiday season, and there are scheduled practices, this may affect the athletes' status for making the team, or their playing time.

If an athlete has tried out for a team, and did not make the team, they can tryout for another team.

If an athlete quits a seasonal co-curricular he/she shall be ineligible to participate in another activity during that season unless he/she receives consent from the coaches or advisors involved.

A student who is dropped from one activity for disciplinary reasons shall be ineligible to participate in another activity during that season.


The Proper Method to Address a Concern with a Coach 

Step One: The athlete speaks with the coach. (All coaches that have contact with the athlete will be present when this conference takes place.)

Step Two: The parent asks for a conference with the coach. (If the coach cannot be reached, the parent should contact the Athletic Director and he will arrange for the coach to contact the parent.) 

Step Three: If the conference between the parent/athlete and coach does not resolve the concern, there will be a meeting set up by the Athletic Director. The AD will moderate the conference. The conference will deal with specific issues that the parent/athlete have. Both parties will be allowed to speak in an uninterrupted manner. The conference will be in a non-threatening manner. 

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