RAZORBACK PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND ATHLETICS

  • Hogg Middle School offers a variety of sports opportunities for students. Students must participate in the complete try-out process to participate in a sport.

     
    UIL (7/8)
    • Basketball

    • Cheer

    • Cross country

    • Football

    • Soccer

    • Swimming

    • Track

    • Volleyball

     
     
    CLUB (6-8)
    • Baseball

    • Wrestling

    • Softball

     

    This year Hogg athletes will complete paperwork online. No paperwork can be rolled over from last year. Register your athlete by doing the following 4 things: 

    1.Get a physical. Physicals must:
    • Use HISD 2020-2021 physical form. 
    • Have been conducted AFTER May 1, 2020.
    • Have the date of examination with clearance.
    • Have a physician’s stamp/signature.
    • Be turned in to your sport's coach.
    2.Health insurance. You can purchase HISD insurance (only good that academic year), for $35 cash, to be turned in to the coach of the sport you will participate in.  If students have their own insurance, fill out the waiver form found below.
     
    3.Register at Registermyathlete.com
    Submit a copy of your physical form, health insurance waiver form, and driver's license to this website.
     
    4.Turn in original of physical AND health insurance waiver or $35 to the coach of the sport you are participating.
     
    Athletes who plan on participating in sports that start in January, get your physical ASAP. If you have additional questions, feel free to email Coach Brown: brandon.brown2@houstonisd.org
     

     

    Tentative start dates for HMS UIL Sports: 

    Football: (8th) January (7th) February  

    Volleyball: January 

    Cross Country: January 

    Swim: January

    Girls/Boys Basketball: March 

    Girls/Boys Soccer: April 

    Track & Field: TBD 

     

    Tentative start dates for HMS Non UIL Sports: 

    January start dates:

    Softball: TBD

    Baseball: TBD

    Squash: January

    Wrestling: Will not be played this year

  • Physical Education @ Hogg

     

     Our classes focus on conditioning, flexibility, health and team sports.

    Necessary Supplies

    • PE classes need a gray Hogg t-shirt and red PE shorts.
    • All students need to wear socks and appropriate footwear.
    • Running or tennis shoes are required.
    • All students need a combination lock (coaches will supply one) PE lockers are for class period use only.
    • Athletic lockers are for semester use.
    • Students are encouraged to bring a water bottle, deodorant, and body wipes. Body sprays are permitted however glass containers are prohibited in the gym and locker rooms.
    • Sunglasses, hats and sunscreen are allowed however sunglasses and hats may only be worn outdoors.

    Grading Policy

    Students start each class period with a 100. Students who do not dress out properly (full uniform) will not be allowed to dress out and will receive a 50 for that day. Non dress and non-participation without a doctor’s note will result in a grade of 50 for the day as well. After 3 unexcused non dresses in a 6 weeks, parent contact will be made, student’s grade will result in a 50 for the day. Parents please encourage your child to come prepared for class.

     

    Athletic Philosophy

    The purpose of the Hogg athletic program is to provide an opportunity for each student athlete to participate and share in a positive environment of spirited competition. The Hogg athletic staff’s goal is to instill basic values that build character, self-discipline, and self-esteem as an individual and member of a team.

     
    Athletic Goals & Objectives
    The goals and objectives of the Hogg athletic staff are to guide each student towards becoming a more effective citizen through the following learning opportunities:

    • Cooperation — Understand the concept of teamwork: self-discipline, respect for others, pride, loyalty, trust, and commitment.
    • Self-Discipline — Do what you are supposed to do, when you are supposed to do it, to the best of your ability. 
    • Sportsmanship  Accept any defeat as a true sportsman, knowing we have done our best.
    • Improvement — One must establish goals and constantly work towards achieving those goals, improving in the skills and knowledge that enhance the success of the team.
    • Success — We do not always win, but we succeed when we continually strive to do our best.  One can learn to accept defeat by striving to win with earnest dedication.
    • Fitness — Develop desirable personal health habits for a lifetime of fitness.
    • Leadership — Develop leadership skills on and off the field.

     
    All eligible 7th and 8th graders are able to participate in Hogg sports. Wrestling, Softball, Baseball and Squash are offered as a club sport, and are available to all students (including 6th graders). 
     
    To participate in Hogg sports, the following forms must be recieved from a coach, from the main office or downloaded, completed and returned to the coaches by the stated deadlines (no exceptions):

     

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