Middle School Athletics
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BREMEN MIDDLE SCHOOL JOINS THE NORTHEAST LAKES MIDDLE SCHOOL CONFERENCE (NELMSC)
At the start of the 2015-2016 school year, Bremen Middle School began participating in the Northeast Lakes Middle School Conference (NELMSC) for athletics and academic competitions.
Conference members for 2018-19 include the following schools:
- Bremen Lions
- Edgewood Tigers (Warsaw)
- Lakeview Tigers (Warsaw)
- Lincoln Tornadoes (Plymouth)
- Milford Warriors
- Wawasee Warriors
Conference sports include cross country, football, volleyball, basketball, wrestling, track and field, and golf.
Academic competitions include spell bowl, geography bee, and academic super bowl.
Additional conference information can be found on the Lincoln Middle School athletics page.
Athletic practices are Wednesdays are not allowed to start until 4:00 pm so that middle school clubs and academic teams can meet after school. Student-athletes who are interested in participating in clubs or academic teams are
encouraged to do so.
All athletes must be registered online and have a current physical exam on file prior to participating in official practices. Physical forms are available for download below or can be picked up in the athletic office. Physical exams completed after April 1st are good through the following school year.
In order to be considered eligible to participate in athletics, a student must receive passing grades in all subjects. Student-athletes, managers, and mat maids will be checked on their academic eligibility status from the start of the competition season until the end of the competition season. If the student-athlete does not meet the requirements, he or she will be ineligible for the week. Eligibility will be checked each Monday morning and will be in effect immediately for the entire week. The athlete should not expect papers or makeup tests handed in to be graded and entered into the grade book immediately to make him/her eligible to play that evening. Makeup work should be handed in as early as possible because of the skills gained academically, not to make him/her eligible for team play. It is the primary responsibility of the student-athlete to maintain eligibility status.
Athletes who have late practices are expected to leave the school grounds after school and return to school for the scheduled practice time. Students and athletes are not to be in the building after school unsupervised.