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Winter Sports Registration is open!

This school year Norwich Public Schools Athletics is switching to an online registration system (FamilyID). We are no longer accepting paper registrations. Please review the steps below to register.

Winter Sports available: 

  • Boys and Girls Basketball

  • Coed Cheerleading

  • Coed weight training (for off season athletes) is currently full

Registration is open now until November 2, 2022. Late registration is not permitted.

Registration is open now until November 2, 2022. Late registration is not permitted.

Download instructions for FamilyID setup (English & Spanish)


Tryout & Practice Information

There will be seperate basketball teams at both Middle Schools. Teams will practice at their respective schools. Once fully registered transportation will be provided on late buses that leave school between 4:45-5:00 pm each day. 


  • Girls Basketball November 9th

  • Boys Basketball November 10th

  • Cheerleading: TBD sometime after Thanksgiving Break 

  • Weight training will begin in December

Emergency situations may arise at any time during athletic events. Expedient action must be taken in order to provide the best possible care to the student athlete. The development and implementation of an emergency action plan will help ensure that the best care will be provided. There are a variety of emergency situations that can surface during sports programing. As emergencies may occur at any time and during any activity, all school activities personnel must be prepared. Norwich Public Schools has developed an emergency action plan that may be implemented immediately when necessary and provide appropriate standards of emergency care to all sports participants at either Kelly STEAM Magnet Middle School or Teachers Memorial Middle School. This preparation involves formulation of an emergency action plan, proper coverage of events, maintenance of appropriate emergency equipment and supplies, utilization of appropriate emergency medical personnel, and continuing education in the area of emergency medicine and planning. Through careful pre-­participation physical screenings, adequate medical coverage, safe practice and training techniques and other safety avenues, some potential emergencies may be averted. However, accidents and injuries are inherent with sports participation, and proper preparation on the part of the sports medicine team should enable each emergency situation to be managed more appropriately and efficiently.

Please contact Louis Allen, Director of Athletics at if you have any questions regarding the EAP.



Louis Allen

Athletic Director