Welcome to Ridgeview High School Sports
PH# 541-504-3600 x6007
Athletic Administrative Assistant
RVHS Athletic Trainer
- Ridgeview High School Booster Club Contact Info: email@example.com
- Team Photo Schedule- packets will be sent home prior to March 7th
TUESDAY, MARCH 7TH
3-3:30PM – softball – Varsity SB field
3:45-4:15PM – baseball –Varsity BB field
4:30-5:45PM – track – track
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8TH
2:30-2:45PM – boys golf @ Juniper
2:45-3:00PM – girls golf @ Juniper
3:45-4:15PM – girls tennis – tennis courts
4:15-4:45PM – boys tennis – tennis courts
Purchase tickets for admission at the gate for all games- RSD is not currently participating with online ticketing.
Doors open 40 minutes before game time.
- 2022-2023 Spring Sports Registration Information
- February 7th: Family ID Opens for Registration- http://familyid.com
- February 22nd: Registration Closes
- February 27th: Spring Sports Practices and Tryout’s begin
- March 2nd: Mandatory Parent Meeting- 6:00PM RVHS Auditorium-
RVHS Athletes must pass at least 4 of 5 classes the trimester prior to their season to participate. 2022 Trimester 3 grades will be checked to determine eligibility and that athletes are on track to graduate per OSAA guidelines until Trimester 1 grades are available.
To be registered for a sport, you must complete the following:
* Online registration through FamilyID
* Current physical on file with the Athletic Office.
Please call the athletic office (541-316-2850) if you have any questions.
Click for: Parent Coach Communication
Link to Ridgeview Student Handbook:
2022-23 Student Handbook
REDMOND SCHOOL DISTRICT SUBSTANCE ABUSE POLICY
SUBSTANCE ABUSE POLICY
The Redmond School District Substance Abuse policy will be in effect 24 hours a day, every day of the calendar year once a student has identified as a student athlete in the RSD.
Redmond School District Athletic Code of Conduct Policy prohibits the use of alcohol and other illegal drugs (use, possession, or distribution). The use of any tobacco products (chewing, vaping, smoking) is prohibited. This includes any/all look alike products (non-nicotine vape, Zyn, etc.)
FIRST OFFENSE: (6 week suspension)
The student may be suspended from competition for 60% of the scheduled competition or whatever remains of that season and subsequent seasons to fill that 60%. *Ex: A student earns a 1st offense with two football games left of a 9 game season. This is 22% of their football season. They would then be suspended for 38% of the following sports season’s scheduled competitions. This would result in missing 9 basketball games in a 24 game season.
The student may choose to participate in an RSD-approved intervention program to reduce the suspension to one-half the assigned consequence. Failure to successfully complete the program will result in the student serving the full and original consequence. Each sports competition may differ based on the season and sport. *Participation in the RSD-approved intervention program is 100% voluntary, at parent/guardian expense, and the responsibility of the parent/guardian and student to communicate progress and completion to the Athletic Director.
SECOND OFFENSE: (One season of competition):
The student may be suspended from practice and competition in their athletic activity for an entire season. This will include the remainder of the current season as well as whatever remains of subsequent seasons to fill that 100% (see example above). As this is a repeat offense of the code of conduct, there will not be any reduction of this consequence for taking part in any approved intervention program. Continued connection to the sport in practice only with a high school program will be left up to the discretion of the coach of that sport and approval by the Administration/Athletic Director.
THIRD and subsequent OFFENSES: (One calendar year of competition): The student may be excluded from all athletic activities for an entire calendar year. As this is a repeat offense of the code of conduct there will not be any reduction of this consequence for taking part in any approved intervention program. Continued connection to the sport in practice only with a high school program will be left up to the discretion of the coach of that sport and approval by the Administration/Athletic Director.
View Athletic Scores and Game Results Online on the OSAA Website!
NCAA ELIGIBILITY CENTER
- To be eligible for Ridgeview athletic competition the following forms must be completed.
- Completed Family ID Registration, pay to play fees paid, physicals turned in.
- Proof of insurance and academic eligibility.
- Athletic Clearance slip completed.
- Transfer paperwork if coming from another school district or in-district.