JCC Activities Department


JCC Activities Purpose Statement:

Through placing an ongoing emphasis on the values of Commitment, Responsibility, Honesty, and Compassion, the JCC Activities Department strives to create a family-like atmosphere where all participants fee valued.

 

Student Participation Requirements:

  • Students must register online to be eligible to participate in any sport or activity.
  • Activity fees must be paid in full by the start of practice.  Fees can be paid via check, cash, or online (with a $4 processing fee).
  • Students must complete a physical exam once every three years.

 

Athletic Fees:

  • HS Football: $100  Free/Reduced: $35
  • Other HS Sports: $90  Free/Reduced: $35
  • MS Sports: $65  Free/Reduced: $25

 

Activity Fees*:

  • 7th-12th Grade: $55  Free/Reduced: $25

*Activities included: FFA, Jazz Band, Fall Play, One-Act Play, Spring Musical, Swing Choir, Math League, Knowledge Bowl, Robotics, Mock Trial, etc.

 

Athletic Pass:

JCC Athletic Passes are available for purchase at the High School or Middle School office.  Passes are only accepted during regular season play.

  • Adults - $80
  • Students - $50
  • Student grades 9th -12th FREE (must present Student ID)
  • Senior Citizen - FREE*

*Senior Citizens must reside with the JCC School District.

Huskies Live Network

Huskies Live Network (HLN) allows members to watch JCC sporting events at home or on the go!  HLN passes include:

  • Access to live regular and post-season sporting events on the network.
  • Immediate access to events when they are available On Demand.
  • The ability to support your favorite school with a portion of your subscription fee.

Minnesota Scores

Covid requirements for upcoming games/events held in Minneapolis/St. Paul:

Boys and Girls Varsity Basketball

January 29, 2022
Target Center (Minneapolis)

As of now, we are planning to play both the girls' and boys' varsity basketball games at Target Center on Saturday, January 29th with the girls' game beginning at 2:00 p.m. with the boys' game to follow.

Players, Spectators, and Coaches WILL NOT have to show proof of Covid-19 vaccination or have a negative test within 72 hours of attending. This will not be in effect for our games on the 29th.
Target Center does have a mask mandate for fans unless eating and drinking (non-alcohol). No concessions will be sold during the times we are playing. Target Center will allow spectators to bring in food and beverages if they wish. You will not be required to wear masks while eating or drinking.
Players and coaches need to wear masks while entering Target Center, however players and the head coach will not be required to wear masks while coaching. Assistant coaches are encouraged to wear masks while the game is in progress, but are not required to do so.
Regarding one of six future Timberwolves games that spectators can choose to go to with the purchase of the $20.00 ticket, Target Center encourages people to choose a game on the list that's as late as possible in hopes the Covid-19 protocols will ease later this winter. Currently, if you were to attend a game after January 29th, you would have to show a vaccination card or show proof of a negative test within 72 hours of attending a game. Management at Target Center is hopeful this may not be in effect later in the season.

Tickets must be purchased online by this Sunday, January 23rd by 11:59 p.m. in order for us to get an accurate count of who will be attending. If between now and the 29th the game is canceled , all purchases will be refunded.

 

 

State Competitive Cheerleading

All State Cheerleading

January 29, 2022
Roy Wilkins Auditorium (St. Paul)

 

The St. Paul mandates do effect our event.  

All in attendance will be required to wear a mask except the athletes when they are warming up or competing.  This is the same as last year.

 

All Athletes, Coaches, Managers, registered Parent Chaperones, event workers, officials, vendors are EXEMPT from showing proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test taken no more than 72 hours prior.

 

All spectators 5 and older will need to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test taken no more than 72 hours prior. 

Coaching Staff

Allee, Morgan
Riverside
Paraprofessional; Head Softball Coach
Anderson, Kate
High School
Teacher, Ag; FFA Advisor
Beckel, Angela
High School
Teacher, Instructional Coach; History Day Advisor
Benson, Kelly
High School
Teacher, Math; National Honor Society Advisor
Bidne, Laura
High School
Teacher, Ag; FFA Advisor
Blaskey, Amy
Pleasantview
Paraprofessional; Football Cheer Coach; Competition Cheer Coach
Eggink, Keith
Middle School
Teacher, Special Education; Head Golf Coach
Grote, Lori
High School
Teacher, Choir; Musical Director
Hanson, Nate
Pleasantview
Dean of Students, Head Wrestling Coach
Hein, Alex
Middle School
Teacher, Social Studies; Head Boys Basketball Coach
Helmich, Ronald
High School
Teacher, PLATO; Yearbook Advisor
Hotzler, Shelly
Activities Director
Manderfeld, Adam
High School
Teacher, Ag; FFA Advisor
Pautsch, Dustin
High School
Teacher, Social Studies; Student Council Advisor
Place, Caitlin
Athletic Trainer
Rose, Kerri
High School
Teacher, English; National Honor Society Advisor
Runck, Jordana
High School
Teacher, Science; Yearbook Advisor
Schmidt, Rhonda
High School
Teacher, Math; Knowledge Bowl Advisor; Math League Advisor
Schuller, Tom
High School
Teacher, Special Education; Head Football Coach
Tvinnereim, Barb
High School
Teacher, Science; Student Council Advisor
Wierson, Deidre
Middle School
Teacher, English / Reading Intervention; Head Volleyball Coach
Wierson, Michael
High School
Teacher, Phy Ed/Health; Head Baseball Coach
York, Rafe
High School
Teacher, English; Head Girls Basketball Coach; Head Track and Field Coach; Head Cross Country Coach