Students at Galloway Township Middle School have the opportunity to try out for interscholastic sports teams. The teams compete in the Atlantic Cape Junior High Athletic League. Students must have an approved sports physical to participate.
GTMS Interscholastic Sports:
According to state law and district policy, students who wish to participate in sports must meet certain requirements. Please click on the link below to view the complete GTMS Sports Physical packet for forms and information.
Sports Physical dates 2016-2017
Girls Field Hockey, Cross Country, Boys
and Girls Soccer, Flag Football, Golf, Drill/Step Team
Boys and Girls Basketball , Wrestling
Volleyball, Indoor Floor Hockey, Indoor Soccer
Baseball, Softball, Track and Field
September 7 (if completed by your health care provider)
September 8 (school physician at GTMS)
October 12 (if completed by your health care provider)
October 13 (school physician at GTMS)
January 18 (if completed by your health care provider)
January 19 (school physician at GTMS)
March 13 (if completed by your health care provider)
March 14 (school physician at GTMS)
Athletic Activity Suspension (AAS)
Students who are assigned a ‘Detention’, ‘In-school suspension and / or ‘In/Out-of-School Suspension’ will be suspended from their club/athletic team, as well as dances and other after school activities, based on the following:
- Students who receive an after school detention will be suspended from all nonacademic after-school activities for 1 to 4 school days.
- Students who receive a ‘In-School Suspension(s)’ will be suspended from all after-school activities and athletic teams/events and/or practices/rehearsals for 5 school days.
- Students who receive their first and/or second ‘Out-of-School Suspension(s)’ will be suspended from all after school activities/athletic teams for 10 school days and will be placed on probation.
- A student with two failing grades in any marking period will be suspended from all non-academic after school activities and athletics for 15 school days or until the student’s grade(s) improve. The student may be referred to guidance or any after school academic activity as determined by administration.