ERMS Middle School Athletics

Rockford Public Schools offers a variety of educational athletic opportunities for 6th, 7th & 8th grade students. We take great pride in our commitment to excellence both in the classrooms and on the field!

Rockford Public Schools, in accordance with MHSAA policy, require all athletes to have a physical on file before a student may try out or participate in a sport. You may pick up a physical form in the main office or download the form from our webpage. Parents will register their children for athletics using Register My Athlete. You must upload a current completed physical form, with the physician’s approval, on Register My Athlete prior to tryouts or participation. Please use the following link:

Physicals completed on or after April 15, 2023 are required for the 2023-2024 school year prior to the first day of participation. Please upload your completed physical on your child’s Register My Athlete account.

Jennifer Domagalski



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Individual Sport Information

Practices generally take place after school at 2:45 pm. The coach will provide you with a practice and game schedule. Athletic events generally start at or around 4:00 pm.

Athletes are required to follow Rockford’s Athletic Training Code. Parents and students must read this information and contact the office with questions or concerns in regard to either the training code or the Athletic Discipline Policy. Registrations must be completed using prior to tryouts or practice. Information is listed below pertaining to sports offered at Rockford Middle Schools:

Participation Fees

Each student is required to pay a participation fee in order to participate in athletic activities. The fees are as follows:

Middle School – $96 per sport

Family Max – $350 per family

Kids taking a test

Academic Eligibility Policy

An athlete must pass at least five classes with a minimum of four C-’s. Ineligible students will serve a two-week period of athletic ineligibility. If grades have met the standards, the athlete will then be allowed to compete. If the athlete has not attained minimum standards after the initial two-week period, grades will be checked on a weekly basis thereafter to determine eligibility/ineligibility. If ineligibility takes place during the in-season, the athlete must still attend all practices and team functions per the coaching staff.