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Registration for 2023-2024 is open!

Click Here to Register on FinalForms! You only need to register ONE time for the whole year! Just make sure to select every sport you are interested in playing. 

Click on the PARENT PLAYBOOK for an introduction to FinalForms. If you need any help during the process, scroll to the bottom of any page on FinalForms and click “Get Help”. 


  • Fifth Grade Parent Night is on Feb. 28th. Click Here for a list of athletic opportunities for the 2024-2025 school year! 
  • Our new registration system, Final Forms, is up and running for the 2023-2024 school year! We will no longer be using Family ID. 
  • 8th Grade Basketball for Boys and Girls begins on Feb. 20th. [click here] for more information!
  • [Click Here] for other sports starting dates.


In order to be eligible for Athletics, you must complete the following 3 items:

  1. REGISTER for your sport using Final Forms.
    • Parents AND Students must sign forms in Final Forms registration
  2. Have a CURRENT PHYSICAL uploaded to Final Forms or on file with the Athletic Office - sports physicals are good for two years.
  3. PAY YOUR FEES: MMS students-athletes are required to pay a one-time $35 Participation Fee and $15 ASB Fee

* Please note that student-athletes are not eligible to participate until the above steps have been completed and they approved by the school nurse.

Mountainside Athletic Director

Ryan Henderson

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District Athletic Philosophy
The philosophy of the Mead School District is founded and based upon the principles identified in the district’s foundational student learning goals. Included in this mission is the belief that human wellness and athletic experiences are integral parts of the educational experience. To serve that mission, the primary function of the interscholastic and intramural programs is to provide participatory opportunities for as many students as possible. These programs seek to enhance the psychological, emotional, social, and physical development of each student.

The Mead School District believes that participation in athletic programs can enhance the development of the values of cooperation, honesty, sportsmanship, responsibility, respect, perseverance, and commitment. Students will be encouraged to develop their athletic skills and compete to the best of their abilities. The Mead School District is obligated to provide a supportive environment in which students can pursue athletic experiences that maximize their potential. While individual achievements are valued and encouraged, team achievements are of primary importance. Athletics, in addition, can make significant contributions to the educational experience of all Mead students, faculty, staff, and district patrons through the cultivation and enhancement of community.