Buc Athletics

january 5, 2021


The KHS Athletics Department is happy to announce that we have been approved to restart our Off-Season Conditioning Program on Monday, January 11th from 4 to 5 PM daily.  All participants must be registered for the KHS Off-Season Program, utilizing the Off Season Registration form, in order to participate.  Each registered participant must complete the KHS Athletics Daily Health Attestation before arriving at the KHS Track and Field.  This restart is the first step back toward sport specific training and sports seasons. 

We are excited to see all registered participants soon; bring your proof of Health Attestation, wear your mask at all times, bring hand sanitizer and bring a water bottle with your name…. oh, and with the rainy season here, you may want to wear appropriate clothing for an hour-long conditioning session in our PNW weather!

If you have questions, please contact KHS Athletic Director, Ed Call at

 Go Bucs!


IN THE FALL, The North Kitsap School District approved a conservative return to athletics.  Student athletes interested in registering must go online to our FamilyID registration portal to sign up for the program.  Students can choose as many sports as they have an interest in when registering including their preferred workout session time.  We are hoping A safe and slow start process can lead us toward a successful Season 2, followed by Season 3 and POTENTIAlly Season 4.

Please know that student athletes must do the following:

  • Electronically fill out the required daily COVID-19 Health Screening Questionnaire, keeping each day’s electronic receipt available to show the coaching staff upon check in at the Field.
  • Remain in vehicles until coaches indicate it is time to check in. 
  • Drivers of younger athletes MUST remain until their student athlete completes the check in screening process.
  • Arrive on time for check-in to their specific session with hand sanitizer, face covering and their own water bottle bearing their name. (No sharing!)
  • Wear face coverings at all times (unless doing rigorous cardiovascular work and maintaining social distancing throughout the workout) following the directions of coaches at all times.
  • Leave promptly after your workout session from the exit nearest the concession stand, maintaining PPE health precautions, not hanging out and possibly putting themselves or others at risk.

Following these very strict guidelines, as set for the by the Public Health Department and North Kitsap School District is the key to the slow start and progress of our programs.  All are expected to stay home if not healthy. 

Click this link to get to our Athletic Registration which will take you to our FamilyID account. On that page, click PROGRAMS where you will find the Off Season Program.  Once successfully registered, having added all the required documents and forms, you will get a confirmation notification and will be in the system. 

KHS Athletic Director, Ed Call (, will be working with available coaches to best fit our student athletes’ preferences for workout times, setting up initial fitness and conditioning pods, and follow up with transitional pods that will start focusing more on specific sports. This is designed with a primary focus of keeping participants and coaches safe and healthy, and starting slow to help our athletes improve their activity, fitness, conditioning and strength. 

Kingston High School Athletics
26201 Siyaya Avenue NE
Kingston, WA  98346

Athletic Director: Ed Call 
Office: (360) 396-3312 
Fax: (360) 396-3941 

Athletic Trainer :  Anden Hormann        



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