Monday Oct 10th is a school holiday for Columbus Day. There will be no team practice.
Students are off Tue Oct 11th; there will be no practice.
Students are off on Wed Oct 12th for a teacher workday. We will have a team practice at Webb Bridge Park 4:00pm - 6:00pm.
Congratulations to the athletes below who are on the 2022 Chattahoochee Cross-Country team. All athletes need to complete the 2022 XC Registration below.
Checklist to register for the summer/fall 2022 season:
Athletes and parents can now buy Chattahoochee Cross-Country Spirit Wear. Athletes can wear this gear to school, practices, and meets, while parents find it a great way to support their child and wear to our cross-country meets. Please click on the link HERE.
Step 1: Visit www.dragonflymax.com and scroll down to click on “Do My Forms” (Red Button). Click on “Create Your Account and Complete Forms” (Red Button).
Step 2: Click “Sign Up for Free” (Blue Button). Create your Parent Account (not an account for your child). Verify your account and enter the Verification Code sent to your text message or email and agree to the Terms of Service. (Be sure to check your junk folder for this code, too.)
Step 3: Select “Parent” from the menu and enter the School Code when requested: 4UBZPQ (Do not copy/paste the code. It will only recognize the code if it’s typed in, not copied.)
Step 4: Click on “Add Child” after creating your account as the parent. Follow the prompts.
Step 5: Click “Submit Paperwork” to complete all of your child’s required medical, demographic, and insurance information. After completing each form, it will turn green and say Done. You should complete 7 of the 8 forms. THE ONLY FORM YOU WILL NOT COMPLETE ONLINE IS THE PHYSICAL EXAMINATION FORM. This needs to be completed by a physician and ALL 4 PAGES Uploaded.
Step 6: If you have more than one child, click the back arrow at the top of the page by your child’s profile, then click Add Child and repeat step 5.
Here is a bio about our speaker Kendra Houghton:
Kendra Houghton received her Bachelor of Science in Education, Health & Physical Education, and her Masters of Education, Health Promotion & Behavior from the University of Georgia. She is a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES). She has 12 years of experience in work site health promotion, through which she has served as a corporate health coach for organizations all over the state of Georgia, run her own program development and coaching/training business, and for the last eight years served as Wellness Coordinator for the Unified Government of Athens-Clarke County and it's 2000+ population of employees and retirees. In addition to her work site wellness career, Kendra is a certified spin instructor, personal trains and health coaches throughout the Athens community.