The Cordova School District Co-curricular
and Extracurricular Activities
The Cordova School District provides for co-curricular and extracurricular activities as an integral part of the total secondary school educational program. The opportunity to participate in a wide variety of activities is extended to all students who achieve the district's academic and social standards.
Research has shown that students who participate in activities tend to have higher grade point averages, better attendance records, and fewer discipline problems during the time they are participating. Research has also shown there is a high correlation between participation in extracurricular activities and success later in life.
The extracurricular program is very important to student growth and furthers the philosophy stated in the beginning of the student handbook. Student participation is a privilege, not a right. There are special school rules for participation in extracurricular activities, and students must meet all of these expectations in order to participate. These rules apply to student conduct any time during the school year and whenever an extracurricular activity is being conducted. The extracurricular activities covered by the rules include, but are not limited to, all Cordova High School Varsity and Junior Varsity sports (including outsourced sports), all Cordova Junior High School sports; Washington DC Close-Up, the music program, pep band, Student Council, AASG, Science Club, Future Problem Solving, Academic Decathlon, Class officers, Drama Club, Geology Club etc. Students are expected to meet the financial obligations of travel not covered by the district. Participation in Washington DC Close-Up is limited to one year; the Junior year is recommended. Enrollment in band or choir is required for travel to music festival.
District Contact Information
District Activities Coordinator
High School Principal
Superintendent of Schools
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