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Superintendent’s Challenge recognizes fall sports excellence

Superintendent’s Challenge recognizes fall sports excellence

Fall Superintendent's Challenge winners recognized at BOE meeting At the Dec. 9 Board of Education Meeting, high school student athletes were recognized for fall sports academic excellence, and middle schools were recognized for spring and fall sports academic excellence, by the Superintendent’s Challenge.

Teams that earned First Place:

  • Girls tennis – Heights
  • Girls Golf – North
  • Volleyball – Heights
  • Cross Country – East
  • Boys Soccer – Heights
  • Football - Heights

Teams were also recognized for most improved GPA: 

  • Girl’s tennis: East
  • Girl’s Golf: North
  • Volleyball: Heights
  • Cross Country: West
  • Boys’ Soccer: Unfortunately no winner
  • Football: Southeast/Northwest

Middle school athletes were also recognized with the Allison Middle School track team winning the top award

Launched in 2017, the Superintendent’s Challenge is an incentive program for students involved in athletics, cheer and dance. The initiative has athletic teams not only compete on the field, but in the classroom as well.

Twenty sports and activities are part of the program. Schools’ teams compete for the highest grade point average. The team with the highest GPA for each sport will receive the award at the end of the season. The Overall GPA Cup will be awarded to the team with the highest GPA of all sports at the end of the school year.