Spring Season Sports Passes are on Sale
Price is $25 (Students Only)– It covers ALL HOME Spring Season Sports.
Please come see Coach Turner or Mrs. Taylor to purchase your pass today!
ALL ATHLETES MUST HAVE A CURRENT PHYSICAL (EL2 FORM) AND CONSENT AND RELEASE (EL3 FORM) IN ORDER TO PRACTICE.
Congratulations to our 9 Student Athletes that Signed their National Letter of Intent to play Collegiate Athletics Wednesday Feb 7th.
Boys Lacrosse –
CONGRATULATIONS TO MADOYLN AUCREMANN AND SETH BRADSHAW FOR WINNING THE PETE OSBORNE ST JOHNS COUNTY SPORTS CLUB ATHLETE OF THE YEAR AWARD FOR PEDRO MENENDEZ!
CONGRATULATIONS TO SETH BRADSHAW! CLASS 1A 199 POUND FHSAA STATE WEIGHTLIFTING CHAMP!
Watch Menendez’s Female Athletes talk about the positive impact playing high school sports has had on them.
THEY PLAY! WILL YOU PLAY?
MANDATORY VIDEO FOR STUDENT ATHLETES
We were recently informed of a change in FHSAA policy that now requires all
student athletes to view the NFHSLearn video and complete the online free
concussion course prior to participation. This is in addition to the FHSAA
required paperwork that players must submit. Players need to follow the steps
listed by FHSAA and MUST submit a copy of the PDF certificate showing completion
to the Athletic Director prior to participation. The link to get the directions is as follows: NFHSLearn.com
Concussion Course. Only the concussion course is required by student
athletes. This course is mandatory for participation.
PEDRO MENENDEZ WINS CLASS 5A FRED E. ROZELLE SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD
FHSAA announces 22 schools receiving 2015 Fred E. Rozelle Sportsmanship Awards
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – In acknowlegement of the importance of sportsmanship both inside and outside of high school interscholastic competition, the Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) announced the recipients of this year’s Fred E. Rozelle Sportsmanship Awards. The award honors schools whose athletic teams demonstrated exemplary sportsmanship during the 2014-2015 regular season and FHSAA State Series competition. This year, 18 high schools and four middle schools received the prestigious award.
“The FHSAA’s motto is to build leaders through teamwork, sportsmanship and citizenship and it is vitally important to the Association to recognize schools and their student-athletes that embody those words,” said FHSAA Executive Director Dr. Roger Dearing. “Sportsmanship creates a better experience for all participants along with teaching respectful habits that can be used beyond high school athletics and we thank these schools and their athletic programs for conducting themselves in a respectful manner throughout the 2014-15 school year.”
The award, presented annually since 1991, is named in honor of FHSAA Commissioner Emeritus Fred E. Rozelle. The overall classification recipient is presented to one school in each classification whose total sports program best exemplifies the qualities of sportsmanship as demonstrated by its coaches, players and spectators. Awards are also given to section winners within each classification. Criteria for selection of the winners includes programs and activities implemented within the school and community to promote sportsmanship; the number and type of unsportsmanlike ejections; the number and type of exceptional sportsmanship reports; and the source of the nomination.
High Schools – 5A Section 2 – Menendez (St. Augustine) Overall Winner – Menendez (St. Augustine)
For more information, contact Coach Turner at [email protected]
or call 904 547-8662
In order for a student athlete to be eligible to try-out for a sport at PMHS he/she must have the following:
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Pets are not permitted at Menendez athletic fields or facilities. Only service pets, such as seeing eye dogs for example, are permitted.