PVSchools is closed through the end of the school year. Visit our COVID-19 page for additional information.
Athletes, here are some suggestions of areas you can work on to improve physically and academically.
Practice conditions, playing time, injuries, concerns and comments need to be addressed the day it happens with your coach. It is your responsibility to talk to your coach first, not your parents' responsibility. If the situation has not been resolved, ask the athletic director at your school to help you talk to the coach. Only after these two resources have been exhausted, then invite your parents into the discussion with your coach.
It is your responsibility to inform them of an injury the day that it happens. A VSIT form might need to be filled out for injuries that require help outside the school.
Your coaches have taken a CPR and BASIC 1st Aide course. We also have CPR/1st Aide help available at Festivals and most ALL STAR games.
Check with your individual school for the paperwork that they would like your to turn in for each sport.
They typically include: All schools provide a FREE late bus for rides home after practices.
Guardians need to take their student to and from the Festival tournament that is held at Shadow Mountain High School and Shea Middle School.
It is the responsibility of guardians to pick up athletes from their home school after All Star games. Please be prompt to save our coaches from having to not have the chance to have their own time in the evenings.
We recognize that our desert environment necessitates specific attention to our climate and its impact on the physical well being of our students.
Heat-related problems occur when there is excessive water loss without adequate replacement or when the body is so hot the sweating mechanism can no longer maintain the normal body temperature. Heat Illnesses are preventable:
There are three categories of heat illness to which athletes are subject: