Important Web sites

http://www.duxbury.k12.ma.us/
This is the school district’s webpage.  The athletic department page has been updated with easier links to schedule.  Simply scroll down the main district page and click on athletic department.  We also post other important information on the district’s front page: permission slips, directions, student-athlete section of the student handbook.

http://www.duxbury.k12.ma.us
This is the school district’s webpage.  The athletic department page has been updated with easier links to schedule.  Simply scroll down the main district page and click on athletic department.  We also post other important information on the district’s front page: permission slips, directions, student-athlete section of the student handbook.

www.miaa.net
This is the Web site for the ruling body of high school athletics in most of Massachusetts.  They have added a useful question and answer section that goes over some of the important questions that a parent or student may have concerning athletic in our state.   This is also the Web site that will post information when the winter state tournaments begin in February.

http://www.iwontcheat.com
This site was started by two-time baseball MVP Dale Murphy to confront the growing issue of steroid use in athletics. The mission of this group is to educate students on the myths and dangers of these illegal substances.

http://www.getpsychedsports.org
GetPsychedSports.org educates and advocates for the use of organized youth and school sports as a tool to have kids regularly practice the proven skills of self-control, the common thread that runs through issues of violence, drug and alcohol abuse, eating disorders and other societal ills.

http://www.nfhs.org
National Federation of High School website.  The majority of our sports follow rules that are sanctioned by this ruling body.  Included on this site are a plethora of different types of information concerning both athletics and other student activities.

http://www.charactercounts.org
A nonprofit, nonpartisan, nonsectarian coalition of schools, communities, and nonprofit organizations working to advance character education by teaching the Six Pillars of Character: trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship.

http://www.internationalsport.com

http://www.sportsparenting.org/csp
The goal of this site is to influence everyone to dare to play fair.  On this site one can purchase The Encyclopedia of Sports Parenting.  Another goal is to have the parents become models of good sportsmanship.

http://www.ncaastudent.org
A useful site that includes a guide for the college bound student-athlete.

http://www.web1.ncaa.org/eligibilitycenter/common
The NCAA academic eligibility Web site.  All students that plan to participate on an interscholastic team on the college level should check this website for important information and forms needed in order to be deemed eligible to play.

http://www.stophazing.org
A Web site dedicated to the education and elimination of hazing.

http://www.nays.org
The National Alliance of Youth Sports has a Web site dedicated to building the value of sports for children.