Blackduck Activity Philosophy
The educational program at Blackduck Public School will provide the opportunity and the incentive for each student athlete to develop mentally, physically, morally and socially to the fullest of his/her abilities with gender equity. The educational programs shall be directed toward the welfare and the best interest of the student athletes.
Blackduck High School is of the belief that athletics and other extracurricular activities are an integral part of the educational system. It is believed that extracurricular activities contribute to the educational process of developing well-rounded individuals and young adults. Through the combined support and efforts of the community, school district and staff, students are given the opportunity to participate in the extracurricular programs both as spectators and competitors.
These educational experiences allow students to benefit in such areas of development as: interpersonal relationships, group interaction and cooperation, self concept and character, goal setting and values, leadership initiative, self discipline, loyalty, sportsmanship, physical skills and growth, and the personal pride and satisfaction of participation and competition. Since life demands many of the same qualities that are developed through athletics and other extracurricular activities, this opportunity will assist in preparing our students to meet life's challenges as contributing, worthwhile citizens.
It has been decided to allow 6th graders to play Jr High football this year. Each student athlete will need a current physical, MSHSL Eligibility Brochure, Liability form and the Sportsmanship manual. Those forms can be found online on our school website or in the Activities office. Practice begins and gear hand out will be Monday, August 20th at 4:30pm. See you then!
It has been decided to allow 6th graders to play JH Volleyball for the 2018-2019 season. Coaches will be available Tuesday, August 21 at 7 p.m. in the high school gym for anyone who wants to stop in and sign up or has any questions. Athletes need to have in 7 practices before they will play in a game. Each student athlete will need a current physical, MSHSL eligibility brochure, liability form, and sportsmanship manual. These forms can be found online on our school website or in the Activities Office. Please spread the word. Looking forward to a great season.
2018 IRON DRAKE RECIPIENTS
Students are encouraged to participate in
the following activities available at BHS:
Band Fall Play FFA
Football Student Council National Honor Society
Knowledge Bowl German Club Speech
One Act Play Robotics Basketball - Both Boys & Girls Yearbook Wrestling Baseball
Track Softball Golf - Both Boys & Girls
Volleyball Choir Clay Target League