New Sport Requests

HOW TO REQUEST NEW SPORTS

To Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation high school students, coaches, parents, and interested persons:
If you wish to request the addition of a new sport or new level of an existing sport at your student’s high school, here is what you need to do:

1. Fill out and send to the athletic director of the high school the form included with this  procedure. Click here for form.

Below are the names of the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation athletic directors, their schools, telephone numbers, and email addresses:

High School Athletic Director Telephone EMail
 Bosse Tom Bealmear (812) 476-6122  thomas.bealmear@evsck12.com
 Central Mike Powless (812) 435-8295 michael.powless@evsck12.com
 Harrison Andre Thomas (812) 477-3428 andre.thomas@evsck12.com
 North Andrew Huff (812) 435-8290 andrew.huff@evsck12.com
 Reitz Elizabeth Hagan (812) 435-8211 elizabeth.hagan@evsck12.com

2. The school’s athletic director or other Evansville city school officials will contact you todiscuss your request and gather any additional information needed to fully consider it.

3. In considering requests for new sports or new level of a sport, the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation may take into account, if applicable:

a. the interest level of students in participating in the sport and their ability level
b. whether the sport would offer additional opportunity to students who are underrepresented in the high school’s athletic program;
c. availability of facilities and coaches;
d. cost;
e. any other relevant factor

4. The person requesting the new sport or new level of sports at an Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation high school will be notified in writing of the determination. If the request is not granted, the person requesting the new sport or new level of a sport, the written notice will include the reason(s) for the denial.

Questions, comments or requests may also be directed to Andy Owen, Director of Athletics at andy.owen@evsck12.com or (812) 435-0525.

Request for new sports form