Athletic Health Guidelines For Athletics 2021-2022

PS Middle and High School Parents and Guardians, 

As we prepare for the 2021-22 school year, we would like to share health guidelines and expectations for student athletes to protect against the spread of COVID-19. Our top priority is ensuring that students remain safe and healthy while participating in athletics in APS. 

As a district, we want to take every precaution to minimize the risk of transmission for student athletes. We recognize that because our athletes practice and compete in close proximity with one another while breathing heavily, the risk of transmission for unvaccinated athletes is heightened. In addition, research has shown that COVID-19 frequently causes severe inflammation of the lungs, which can have long-term effects. These long-term effects would be especially dangerous for student athletes.

COVID-19 vaccines have proven to be a safe and effective way to prevent severe illness and reduce the risk of people spreading the virus. Vaccines have been approved for everyone 12 years or older and we encourage you and your students to get vaccinated. In order to keep our student athletes as safe as possible, we will follow the health guidelines below for the 2021-22 school year.

Student athletes will be required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination OR be tested for COVID-19 every two weeks while participating in a sport. APS is hosting several drive through FREE vaccine clinics in the coming weeks. Click here for the schedule and registration information. There are also free vaccine locations throughout the city.  As a reminder, You do NOT need to be a U.S. citizen to receive a vaccine. Providers cannot require ID before offering you a vaccine. Also, state and local public health agencies will NEVER share your information for any immigration or law enforcement purposes.

Prior to the start of each athletic season, students must provide their school’s athletic office with their COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card or a negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours of the start of the season. If students are not vaccinated, they must provide proof of testing every two weeks throughout the season to continue to participate in athletics.

Student athletes will not be required to wear masks while participating in sports. Please note that COVID-19 health guidelines may frequently change. We will provide further details for any future changes to our health protocols as quickly as possible. 

Once again, student athletes who are not fully vaccinated will be required to take a COVID-19 test every two weeks throughout their athletic seasons. COVIDCheck Colorado provides FREE COVID-19 testing to Colorado residents. You can find a list of FREE testing locations here. Please note that parents and guardians will be responsible for scheduling their students’ COVID-19 tests and getting them to the testing locations. APS is not able to provide testing at schools or transportation to testing locations.

Please reference this Link to FAQ:

State Champions 4 X 400 Relay

Congratulations to the boys 4x400 relay team on winning the 5A State Championship. Great Job Ismael Dembele, James Holland, Daryn Ofori Kuragu, and Bryce McCutcheon. 

Rangeview 2021-22 Parents, Guardians, and Students

As a follow up reminder to the district phone call about returning to school next year, please click on the link below and fill out the form if you have not already.  The form asks students and families to choose whether students will attend Rangeview High School in person next year or if they will be online all year at APS Avenues.

The form must be completed by June 4th.


Thank you and have a good day.

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