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Athletic Director & Resources

Athletic Director: Mark Wilson 
E-mail: mwilson@potsdam.k12.ny.us
Phone: 315-265-2000 x 850
Fax: 315-265-8134
 
Fall Sports Physicals -  8/6/18 2-4PM AAK Nurse's Office
                                         8/16/18 7:30-9:30AM  AAK Nurse's Office
 
 
 
Links and Resources
 
  • Athletic Team Registration Site - This is a direct link to sign up for an athletic team and complete the required documents for participation.
  • Game & Practice Schedule -This is a direct link to Potsdam Central School's sports schedules. The link below provides information on how to navigate the schedule calendar.
  • Game & Practice Schedule User Guide
  • Sports Offerings (by season) -This document provides you with a listing of all of the athletic teams that are available for our student-athletes to participate in for the 2018-2019 school year.
  • Athletic Placement Process  -The Athletic Placement Process (APP) is a program for evaluating students in grades 7-12 who want to participate in sports at higher or lower levels.
  • Section 10 Athletics  -This Interscholastic Athletics Service (Section 10) coordinates all of the public Junior/Senior High School athletic contests that take place in St. Lawrence and Franklin County.
  • NYSPHSAA -The Association serves as a central organization for public high school athletics.
  • NYSPHSAA Handbook -This handbook includes all policies of the State Education Department and NYS Public High School Athletic Association related to Physical Education and Athletics.
  • NYSED School Health Services Site -This site provides information on the Concussion Management Awareness Act which became law on July 1st.
  • ImPACT Concussion Testing -ImPACT 2005 is a user-friendly, Windows-based computer program that can be administered by a team coach, athletic trainer or physician with minimal training. Reaction time is reliably measured to one hundredth of a second across individual test modules (10 modules total) and allows for an assessment of processing speed as the player fatigues. The test battery consists of a near infinite number of alternate forms by randomly varying the stimulus array for each administration. This feature was built in to the program to minimize the "practice effects" that have limited the usefulness of more traditional neurocognitive tests. ImPACT takes approximately 20 minutes to complete. The program measures multiple aspects of cognitive functioning in athletes.