Winning twice is a mentality we encourage at Elm Street School. Our coaches desire to win not only on the scoreboard, but also in the attitude and minds of our young Panther players. How do we do this? By fostering competition but maintaining perspective; by winning humbly and losing gracefully; by being kind to opponents as well as teammates; and by having a good attitude that reflects positively on them and on Elm Street School.
Elm Street School offers a wide variety of sports ranging from pee wee programs to junior high teams. Because Elm Street is big enough to compete yet small enough that everyone gets to play, nearly all of our students play a sport at least once in their school career, and many play sports in multiple seasons.
Fall (Begins in late September and ends in late October)
Cross Country (3rd – 8th grades)
Soccer (6th – 8th grades)
Volleyball (6th – 8th grades)
Winter (Begins in mid-November and ends by February vacation)
Boys’ Jr. High Basketball (6th – 8th grades)
Girls’ Jr. High Basketball (6th – 8th grades)
Winter (Begins after February vacation and ends before April break)
Boys’ Pee Wee Basketball (3rd – 6th grades)
Girls’ Pee Wee Basketball (3rd – 6th grades)
Spring (Begins after April vacation and ends by the close of school)
Boys’ Jr. High Baseball* (6th – 8th grades)
Girls’ Jr. High Softball* (6th – 8th grades)
*Baseball and softball teams are fielded by combining with other local elementary schools.