Cecil County Public Schools offers a corollary sports program in addition to the general sports program. Corollary sport teams are engaged in competitive matches in a variety of sports. Corollary teams are made up of a combination of students with and without disabilities. A student with disabilities is defined as someone requiring special education services for their educational program. All students with special needs are eligible, regardless of physical, emotional, or cognitive ability. Any athlete, with and without disabilities, is eligible as long as they:
- maintain acceptable academic grades.
- are not a member of a general team in the same sport.
- do not play another sport in the same season.
This mixed ability approach allows athletes to help and support each other, to learn lifetime sport skills, work together as a team, and develop lifetime friendships.
Below are the Corollary Sports offered and important dates for the 2018 - 2019 season:
FALL 2018-2019: Corollary Tennis
Practice begins first of September concludes in November. There are two practices a week after school. Each high school will play the other high schools once during the season. There is a County Tournament and a State Championship each year. Each team has a balance of special needs athletes and general education athletes.
WINTER 2018-2019: Corollary Bowling
Practice begins late November and concludes in February. There are two practices a week after school with four to five practices held at Elk Lanes in Elkton. There is a County Tournament and a Cross County Tournament with Harford County Corollary Bowling teams. There are bumper teams and non-bumper teams. Each team has a balance of special needs athletes and general education athletes.
SPRING 2018: Corollary Bocce Ball
Practice begins early March and concludes in May. There are two practices a week after school. Each high school will play the other high schools once during the season. There is a County/District Tournament and a State Championship each year. Each team has a balance of special needs athletes and general education athletes.
ALL STUDENTS MUST HAVE A PHYSICAL PRIOR TO THE FIRST PRACTICE
Sports physicals must be completed by a physician. Only one physical needs to be done for the entire school year, and must be dated AFTER June 2, 2018. The Parent Information Packets for all athletes are found in the main lobby of your high school. This contains the physical forms for the doctor as well as other important information. If the student wishes to participate on the fall 2018 team, this can be completed during the summer and turned in during sign-ups in September. For winter or spring sports, the forms can be held until the sign-up period for that season. Please contact the Corollary Athletic Director, Christine Webster, if you would like more details. Her email address is: email@example.com.
Forms for participation may be found at this link.