2023-24 Activity fee

Students who participate in middle school sports pay a one time $40 activity fee per sport that cover some program costs such as transportation between games and officials. Find out if your family qualifies for waved activity fees.

All fines and current fees must be paid before the first contest in order for the student to be able to participate. If fees are a burden to your family, please contact your school’s main office.

2023-24 Season

  • Season 1: Girls Basketball & Co-ed Cross Country, Wednesday September 6 – October 19  (Registration open Aug. 16th)
  • Season 2: Girls Volleyball & Boys Soccer, Monday October 23 – December 13
  • Season 3: Girls Soccer, Monday January 8 – February 23,
    Boys Basketball Monday January 29 – March 14
  • Season 4: Co-ed Track, Wednesday April 10 – May 22

Many high school sports have summer training programs open to incoming 9-12 graders. More information is available from your high school’s ASB office.

*Registration opens three weeks prior to the start of the season, registration closes 2 weeks after the 1st practice.


  • Participation is open to all students in grades 6-8. Soccer will expand in the 2023-24 school year to also include grade 6 students.
  • Most sports are no-cut. In cases where students might be cut, no fee will be charged until teams are finalized.
  • Prior to the first practice, students must have a completed sports physical and be registered on Family ID.
  • Practices and games will be held after middle schools release at 2:40 p.m.
  • Participating students must maintain academic eligibility per district requirements.
  • Students attending our ALE schools (River HomeLink , Battle Ground Virtual Academy, CAM Academy) can participate in sports at their neighborhood middle school, and must live within the boundaries of the school.

Middle school sports return after 40 years!

Middle school sports returned to Battle Ground Public Schools after a 40-year absence with basketball, soccer and cross country during the 2021-22 school year. This year, girls volleyball and co-ed track events are being added. To help manage the cost of reintroducing the middle school sports program, sports will be phased in over several years and use existing facilities.

History of middle school sports

The last season of middle school sports in Battle Ground was in 1982 before they were eliminated due to a double levy failure. The Battle Ground Public Schools Board of Directors worked to bring back middle school sports in response to requests from parents and community members on district surveys. A few years ago, the district began conducting ThoughtExchange surveys that brought priorities such as middle school sports to the top of the list of what the community wants for our students.

Family ID

Register on Family ID: Tukes Valley Middle School

Sports Physical

Students who participate in sports must have a sports physical before practices begin (physical clearance is good for 24 months). The completed sports physical form can be uploaded directly into Family ID.  Sports physicals must be completed prior to the start of practices.

Student athlete clearance instructions

WIAA Sports Physical form (PDF)

Middle school sports funding

Students who participate in middle school sports pay an ASB fee and individual sport fees that cover some program costs such as transportation between games and officials.

Battle Ground’s local school levy pays for middle school sports equipment and coaches’ salaries. The district is able to fund student activities beyond basic education and continues to be fiscally responsible while maintaining the lowest local school tax rate in Clark County. Thank you voters for supporting our students and approving a four-year levy for 2022-2025!



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