July 21, 2021
Table of Contents
– Back to School Pool Party
– Back To School Checklist
– New Athletic Directors
– New PLC, LS and MS Counselor
– Calendar of Events
PATRIOT LEARNING CENTER NEWS
– New PLC Faculty and Staff
– PLC Back to School Checklist
LOWER SCHOOL NEWS
– New LS Faculty and Staff
– LS Back to School Checklist
– Summer Reading
MIDDLE SCHOOL NEWS
– MS New Faculty and Staff
– MS Back to School Checklist
– MS Summer Reading
HIGH SCHOOL NEWS
– New HS Faculty and Staff
– HS Back to School Checklist
– Summer Reading
– New Shirt Options Added To Daily Uniforms
(Worn on M, T, and W)
– New Head Basketball Coach
– New Head Football Coach
– Athletic Physical Forms / RankOne
– Fall Sports Schedules
Back to School Pool Party
Mark your calendar for the Annual All Saints Family Pool Party on August 12th at Lubbock Water Rampage located at 6602 Marsha Sharp Freeway! All grade levels from Preschool to Seniors are welcome to attend. Children must be accompanied by an adult. PLEASE RSVP BY AUGUST 6TH with the total number attending in your party to firstname.lastname@example.org / 806-745-7701.
Back to School Checklist
We are excited to welcome everyone back to school very soon. There is nothing like the excitement of students, teachers, and parents coming back to campus to reconnect with old friends and meet new ones. This issue of the Patriot Passages will focus on helping you get ready for the start of school.
High School classes will begin on August 18 with all other grade levels beginning on August 19.
The first call to action in moving forward is preparing your child for the upcoming school year! To make your job a little easier, we have created a back to school checklist. Click below to view the list for each division!
Simons and Jones Named New Athletic Directors
After teaching and coaching at All Saints since 2010, Kyle Simons will assume the role of the High School Athletic Director. He will continue to teach High School AP United States Government / Politics and Comparative Government / Politics as well as serve as the Girls Basketball Head Coach and Assistant Football Coach.
He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise and Sports Science and a Masters in Education Leadership from Texas Tech University.
“In the 11 years I’ve been at All Saints, I have chosen to teach here because the sense of community at All Saints is amazing. All of our kids do their best and support each other. ” His goals for the year are “for each of our teams and athletes to be the best that they can be. If you can maximize your capabilities, you will have success. Our athletes are expecting to have a successful year and it’s fun seeing them work towards their goals,” Coach Simons said.
“The strength for this year’s seasons are our clear goals and objectives,” Coach Simons said. “Our obstacles will be finding our footing after a very strange year.”
He has been married to Candice for 16 years. Their children Breanna (13) and Charlie (10) attend All Saints.
Cross Country and Track Coach Dino Jones will continue in his role as the track and cross country coach for middle and high school, but in addition he will assume the newly created position of Middle School Athletic Director. In this new role he will oversee all middle school athletics at All Saints.
“I would like to see every middle school student in Competitive Athletics, so they can understand the value of athletics,” Coach Jones said. “This position will give me an opportunity to impact the kids’ lives.”
He hopes to help the students develop athletically and teach them how to use their athletic abilities.
Coach Jones has been in education for 39 years. He joined the All Saints team in the fall of 2016. Prior to All Saints he taught in Midland ISD and Lubbock ISD with several years of coaching experience that included football, track, and cross country.
He has a BA degree in Education from New Mexico Highlands University where he also played college football. He was inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame in 2015.
He is married to Diana and they have 10 beautiful grandchildren! They are both avid sports fans and love OU Football, the New Orleans Saints and the Dallas Cowboys!
New School Counselor for PLC, LS and MS
Alicia Holligan will be serving as our new School Counselor and will be working with the preschool – eighth grade students.
Alicia is a life-long educator who began her career as a first-grade teacher at Bayless Elementary in Lubbock. Over the course of 31 years, she spent the majority of her career developing and overseeing behavior programs for a Special Education Cooperative and for the Lubbock Independent School District. She worked at Region 17 Education Service Center as an Education Specialist in Behavior with a focus on Trauma Informed Care and Positive Behavior Intervention Systems.
Alicia has been married to her high school sweetheart, Dale Holligan, for 31 years. They have two boys, Taylor and Tanner, one AMAZING grandson, Aden, and a very sassy GoldenDoodle, Sophie. Her hobbies include listening to music, exercising, and most of all, baking. In fact, she has a small baking business that serves as her therapy! You will never find her sitting down because she is looking for fun everywhere she goes.
Through many life experiences both personally and professionally, Alicia believes in the power of a teacher… they DO leave footprints on every child they encounter. One footprint is that of a positive influence and encouragement. Her goal is to work collaboratively with students, teachers, and parents to ensure that the only footprint left is positive and promotes lifelong growth.
9:00am-12:30pm: Photography Workshop (Third – Fifth Grades)
9:00am – 4:00pm: All Saints High School One Act Play Workshop
9:00am -12:30pm: Robotics and Lego Summer Camp (Grades Fourth – Eighth)
7:00am – 9:00am: High School Cross Country Practice Begins, Patriot Track
8:00am -11:00am: High School Football Practice Begins, Patriot Football Field
9:00am -11:00am; 3:00pm-5:00pm: HS Volleyball Practice Begins, Patriot Gym
TBD: Middle School Cross Country and Volleyball Practice Begins
1-4:00pm: High School Volleyball @ Midland Christian
6:30pm: All Saints Family Pool Party at Lubbock Water Rampage
TBD: High School Volleyball Spike Down Tournament, Fort Worth
5:00pm: High School Volleyball vs. Lubbock Trinity, Patriot Gym
TBD: Back To School Night
TBD: High School Tennis vs. Borger, Lubbock
TBD: Parent – Teacher Conferences, Preschool – Eighth Grades (Information will be sent via email to set up a conference time)
August 18 (for HS Only)
8:15am: First Day of School for High School Students
5:00pm: Board of Trustees Meeting
August 19 (For PLC, LS & MS)
7:45am: First Day of School for PLC, LS, and MS
8:30am: Beginning of School Eucharist, Daily Uniform
Patriot Learning Center
New PLC Faculty and Staff
Hi, my name is Angela Robertson and I have been teaching and coaching for 29 years. I have been with All Saints since 2010 and will continue to teach in the Preschool Department. I am thrilled to serve as Program Coordinator for the PLC Division specifically with the Pre-Kindergarten and Preschool students. I graduated from Texas Tech with a Bachelor of Science in Multidisciplinary Studies and an emphasis in Language Arts. I have been married to Stan for 29 years, and we have 2 boys, Trael (20) and Sawyer (18) who keep us busy. The supportive family feel here at All Saints is truly special! In the Patriot Learning Center, we will collectively continue to create an atmosphere that facilitates a foundation for loving to learn and for loving one another.
Hi, my name is Megan Moreno and I have worked at All Saints in Afternoon Fun for the past several years. This year I am excited to move into the role of Pre-Kindergarten Teaching Assistant.
I love working with the students and having the opportunity to help children learn. It’s very exciting to be a part of the All Saints family.
I am looking forward to this new opportunity and to this new school year!
My name is Valerie Herrera. I will be teaching Pre-Kindergarten in the fall. I have served as a teacher’s aid and have been part of the All Saints family for almost seven years. I am fortunate to work with wonderful and dedicated teachers. They are amazing examples and are truly inspiring and for this I am truly grateful. The hearts and innocence of the children bless my days! I marvel at the support of our wonderful All Saints’ families. I am humbled and extremely excited to take on this new role and to work with the incoming students.
Hi, My name is Kimberli Swett! I have been at All Saints for seven years. My time at All Saints has been exceptional as I have had the opportunity to have many different roles. I started out as the head volleyball coach and taught middle school and high school. I had five wonderful years coaching and teaching great kids! After becoming a mother of two, I transitioned to the PLC and taught Kindergarten. I have such a heart for little ones. Each day brings so much joy and excitement! I am thrilled to teach Preschool this year! I have been married to my best friend for eight years. We have two precious children, Beau and Collins. They will both be attending All Saints this year!
My name is Jeremy Binion, I have been coaching at All Saints for three years now and just moved up to the Head Football Coach for this coming football season. Last year I was given the opportunity to step in and finish the year as a fourth grade teacher. During this time, I fell in love with teaching fourth grade and built wonderful relationships with the students. I decided that fourth grade was where God needed me to be. I am excited to be the fourth grade math teacher for this school year. I grew up in Sudan, Texas with a population of 958. Being from a small town I was taught that success in the classroom and on the field comes from building relationships and holding students to high expectations.
I married my wife, Shelby Binion, in May of last year.
I am beyond excited to be starting the 2021-2022 school year in a new role as Assistant Lower School Division Head. This will be my fourth year at ASES. I started in Kindergarten, and then was a reading specialist. I have experience teaching preschool, first, third and fourth grades. I went to Texas Tech University where I received my bachelor’s and master’s degrees. I have been married to my husband, Ben, for 12 years and we have two beautiful children who attend All Saints, Londyn in fifth and Gray in second. I am most excited about continuing to work with students, teachers, and parents.
I am so excited to be the new first grade science and social studies teacher! I‘ve had experience in kindergarten and in raising my now 5 and 6 year old, and I love this age group so much! They’re so much fun. I’m excited that I get to be a part of their learning experience and I’m eager to make learning fun for everyone. I’m so grateful for the opportunity!
My name is Michelle Kirkpatrick. I’m thrilled to be joining All Saints as the second grade reading teacher! I have been passionate about reading since elementary school, where I continually was in trouble for reading books instead of listening to the teacher. Instead of reforming, I made a career out of it! I love sharing my passion for reading with others, and am currently working on a doctorate with a focus on supporting the best reading practices. I have taught students of nearly all ages, most recently kindergarten and third grade, and have enjoyed teaching as an adjunct professor of English Literature. I have been married to my best friend for seventeen years, and we have three amazing kids. We are new to the Lubbock area, and cannot wait to join the Patriot family!
I am thrilled to be joining the All Saints family as the fourth grade Reading & Writing teacher. One of the things I am most excited about is building relationships with students and families. I have taught for ten years; five of those in Lubbock and the other five in Orlando, Florida where I lived previously. My teaching experience includes kindergarten, third grade, fourth grade , and fifth grade. My husband Lyndol, is the Lead Pastor at LakeRidge United Methodist Church. I have two daughters. Abigail lives in Washington, D. C., where she works in crisis communication, and Madeline who will graduate with her master’s degree from Texas Tech in August. I love reading, traveling, and spending time with friends.
I am a graduate of Texas Tech University and have worked in public education for 29 years. After teaching in various elementary grades, I chose to pursue a focus on teaching students with reading disabilities. In 2015, I completed training through the Scottish Rite Learning Center of West Texas to become a Certified Academic Language Therapist. My husband, Joe, and I live in Tahoka. We have one daughter who lives in Canyon. In our free time we enjoy visiting family and playing with our 2 dogs. I feel blessed to be able to join the team at All Saints and am so excited to meet many new faces!
Ashlee Owens, Third Grade Math and Science Teacher
Hi, I’m Ashlee Owens and I am so excited to be teaching 3rd grade math and science this year at All Saints! I received my undergraduate degree in Math & Science Education from Texas Tech in 2006 and my Masters degree in Elementary Math Education in 2007. I taught 6th and 7th grade math here in Lubbock for 10 years before getting to stay home with my two children, Emme and Carter. I am thrilled to be at All Saints where I get to not only focus on educating but also supporting the whole student. An added bonus is my daughter, Emme, will also be on campus in the PreK program! I can’t wait to meet you!
To View the Lower School summer reading assignments go to the school website under the “Parent” tab at https://allsaintsschool.org/parents/summer-reading/.
New MS Faculty and Staff
Ava has joined the All Saints team and will be the new fifth and sixth grade science teacher. Over her 14 year teaching career, she has taught in various schools in and around Lubbock as well as Del Rio and Greenville, South Carolina. Ava is part of a military family and has traveled the world. She brings interesting experiences to the classroom through her extensive travel. Before teaching, she worked in the medical field. She has an A.A.S. in Medical Lab Technology from Southwestern Illinois College and a B.S. from Wayland Baptist University.
Colin joins the middle school faculty as the technology/robotics teacher. He spent the last 16 years at Ft. Worth Christian School where he served in a number of roles including teaching and senior administration. Prior to becoming an educator, Colin worked in the corporate world. He earned a B.A. in English from Texas Tech, an M.A. in Theological Studies from Liberty University Theological Seminary, and an M.Ed. in STEM Education from William Woods University.
After 35 years in public education, 33 of which were with Post ISD, Kim has come to All Saints to teach sixth grade math and religion. While in Post, Kim taught secondary math and served as the Assistant Superintendent. She holds a B.A. in Business Administration from Texas Tech and a M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Texas-Arlington.
Tucker Richolson is a Texas native who is joining the All Saints team as a P.E. and sixth grade health teacher.
Tucker is not new to the All Saints community. Last year he served as the Head Tennis Coach for middle and high school athletics. He will continue to coach tennis and will join Coach Jones working with our youngest athletes in P.E. and working with our sixth grade students in the classroom. Before joining All Saints, Tucker served as an assistant coach at Levelland High School as well as the interim tennis coach at Brownfield High School.
He is excited about his new role and looks forward to the year ahead.
MS SUMMER READING
Fifth Grade: Novel – A Long Way From Chicago by Richard Peck. Study Guide is in Google Classroom.
Sixth Grade: Novel – Holes by Louis Sachar. Study Guide is in Google Classroom.
Seventh and Eighth Grade:
Students will be reading a novel and then watching the movie adaptation. Using tools provided in a packet from Mrs. Barritt, students will write a comparison essay between the book and movie.
For extra credit, students may read one of the other books associated with their book choice– those listed after the book/movie choices. Students will write a simple comparison paragraph between the original book choice and the extra credit book. The extra credit project, if completed to the required standards, earns an additional point on next year’s English 1st quarter average.
New HS Faculty and Staff
Shelby Binion comes to All Saints from Dawson ISD. She grew up in Lubbock and attended school in Smyer. She has taught all grade levels of high school math and has been coaching as well. She will be teaching Algebra II Pre AP, Adv. Integrated Mathematics and PSAT math this year, along with coaching girls middle school and high school athletics. Mrs. Binion’s husband is Jeremy Binion who currently teaches fourth grade and coaches high school athletics at All Saints. Mrs. Binion has four furry cuties in her family. Three dogs and one cat. The dogs are Milo, May and Hazel. The cat is Darla. Her interests are anything outdoors, painting and spending time with family.
Julie Goodloe is a Lubbock native and has 31 years of teaching experience in middle and high school English. She has taught English II Pre AP, served as the English Department Head for a large high school and is currently a member of the College Board National Faculty for the English II Pre AP Program. She will be teaching English II Pre AP and the PSAT course to sophomores this coming school year along with Personal Financial Literacy during high school enrichment time. Mrs. Goodloe has two sons, enjoys spending her free time with her big extended family and loves to read!
Lisa Hiracheta is coming back to high school at All Saints this year (she taught Algebra during the 2018-2019 school year). She will be teaching Algebra again this school year. She previously taught math for 31 years in Lubbock ISD. Mrs. Hiracheta and her husband Bobby are from Lubbock and her hobbies are gardening, estate sale shopping and collecting linens.
Kerre Messer, a graduate of Texas Tech University, comes to All Saints with 31 years of experience in education as a school counselor at the middle school and high school level. She has also taught courses in social sciences. This year she will be teaching AP Psychology and Sociology. She has three children: Ryan, Sasha and Bryan. In her spare time she enjoys gardening and quilting.
Todd Pearson most recently has taught and coached in Midland. He is coming to All Saints with 32 years of teaching experience. He has taught numerous science classes over the course of his career along with coaching football, baseball and track. He has also served as athletic director in several school districts. At All Saints he will be teaching AP Environmental Science and Forensics. He grew up in Perryton, Texas and is a graduate of West Texas State University. He is married to Kathy and they have two sons and a daughter. He enjoys playing and collecting guitars and cooking barbecue of any kind.
HS Summer Reading:
Ninth Grade: Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds
Tenth Grade: Night by Elie Wiesel
Eleventh Grade: Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller
Twelfth Grade: 1984 by George Orwell
While many students, teachers, and parents spend their days relaxing by the pool, going on trips, and sleeping the day away, a handful of All Saints theatre students have spent their summer performing. Shane Strawbridge, All Saints’ theatre director, pushed for his students to participate in these events.
“I know there is a tendency from some people in theatre education to be very protective and guard their students from work outside of campus, but I don’t see the benefit in that,” says Strawbridge. “It is really beneficial for students to be exposed to theatre styles and methods beyond what we have time to do during the school year. Since I had relationships with these companies, it made it an easy choice to share those opportunities with the students of All Saints.”
Ian Jeffreys, a seventh grade student at All Saints, was cast as the lead role of the Ugly Duckling in Moonlight Musicals production of Honk, Jr.
“I love doing theatre,” says Ian. “Generally I’m a pretty laid back and chill person, but when I do theatre, I can become a different sort of person and still have fun. Theatre helps me to learn how to manage my time and how to have fun with things instead of being stressed all the time. The people around me helped a lot. And it was really cool that I got to work with my sister on this project.”
Ian’s younger sister, Lexi, a fifth grade student at All Saints, was cast as the Ugly Duckling’s little sister in the show. She also liked the camaraderie and building relationships through theatre.
“I liked that Mr. Strawbridge was the director, which made it easier to be comfortable at first,” says Lexi. “If you have a mean director that yells at you all the time, it makes it hard to get excited, but Mr. Strawbridge is fun to work with. Doing theatre has given me skills that I use in other areas of school, and it helps me relax and calm my mind from all the other parts of my life. Theatre helped me learn to focus, learn memorization skills, and work together as a member of the team.”
Two fourth grade students, Abigail Coon and Addison Abbe, were also featured in the show.
“Moonlight felt like an extension of what we already learn at All Saints with Mr. Strawbridge,” says Abigail. “Theatre is a big confidence booster for me, and that’s why I do it. I got to meet a lot of new people and have a lot of fun.”
Abigail was also a big help to Addison Abbe in preparing for the show.
“Abby helped me a lot by talking to me and making jokes, and that made me more comfortable in a room with people I didn’t already know,” says Addison. “Knowing that I have been on stage before at All Saints helped me get ready to face the bigger audiences at the amphitheater. Working at All Saints and with this show helped me learn that theatre is something that I want to do. It is my passion and I love theatre.”
Almost 1,500 miles away in Roanoke, VA, two other theatre students are preparing to appear in the Hollins University Festival of New Works. This year, due to COVID concerns, the festival is online, which opened participation up to actors across the country. ASES fifth grade student Ellie Beth Moss is appearing in two shows in the festival, The Dragon Butcher by Richie Cannaday and The Star of the County Down by Kristen Lundberg.
“This festival is a different way of doing theatre than what I have done in the past,” says Ellie Beth. “It’s fun, but it can be challenging using zoom for theatre. We’re mostly used to using props and sets in person, but it’s different when it’s a reading online.”
Eighth grade student Reya Felton is also appearing in two shows, In Bloom by Gwyneth Strope and The Detention Lottery by Margaret O’Donnell.
“I have really enjoyed working with older and more experienced actors,” says Reya. “This festival allows me to use a more mature style of acting, which is what I like to do.”
Although all six of these students had unique experiences over the summer, they all gave credit to their education at All Saints for helping to prepare them for the opportunity.
“I learned a lot of the terminology, techniques, and methods from Mr. Strawbridge, and I was able to use those in rehearsals for Hollins,” says Felton. “All Saints really prepared me for this moment.”
The Hollins Festival of New Work, July 23-25, is a free event, but reservations are required. Follow the links below for tickets and more information. Please note—this is not an All Saints event, and therefore subject matter and language may not be suitable for all audiences:
The Dragon Butcher: https://m.bpt.me/event/5153990
In Bloom: https://bpt.me/5153997
The Star of the County Down: https://m.bpt.me/event/5154039
The Detention Lottery: https://m.bpt.me/event/5154043
NEW HEAD FOOTBALL AND BASKETBALL COACHES
David Chapman will take over as Varsity Boys Head Basketball Coach after serving as the Assistant Coach since 2015. He will continue to teach Middle School Math (Math 7 and Pre Algebra) as well as serve as the Middle School and High School Head Golf Coach.
This is Coach Chapman’s 39th year of Education. He spent 32 years in Lubbock ISD, with stints at Hutchinson MS, Dunbar MS, Estacado HS and Monterey HS. He was the Monterey HS Head Basketball Coach his last seven years with LISD before coming to All Saints.
“All Saints is a special place because the students give everything they have to be their best,” Coach Chapman said. “The faculty and staff are great people and fun to work with. Everyone who works here wants the best for these students and challenge them every day.”
Coach Chapman said he made the decision to come to All Saints because, “I’ve known Coach Brashear for 30 years and the opportunity to work with he and Dr. Bennett was an opportunity of a lifetime. I am blessed to be an All Saints Patriot.”
“I am looking forward to working with this group of young men because they are hard workers, fun to be around and very coachable,” Coach Chapman said. “Our goal this year is to get better each and every day. If we can do this, we’ll have the potential to go deep in the playoffs.”
He says the team’s biggest obstacle this year will be experience. “This [experience] will come together as we get games under our belts. As we work as a team the experience will come,”
Coach Chapman said. “It’s a great group of young men that love the game and strive each day to get better. It will take time but the opportunity is there.”
He received his Bachelor of Science in Education (Math and Physical Education) from New Mexico State University with Texas Educator Certifications in Elementary Mathematics (Grades 1-8), Elementary Self-Contained (Grades 1-8), and Secondary Physical Education (Grades 6-12).
He and his wife, Karen, have two sons: Ryan, an architect in Akron, Ohio; and Austin, a pilot in the United States Air Force.
Jeremy Binion is the new Varsity Head Football Coach after serving All Saints for two years as the team’s defensive coordinator and one year as the offensive coordinator. He will continue to teach Fourth Grade Math also.
In addition to serving as an assistant football coach, Binion also coached junior high boys basketball two years as well as coached junior high girls basketball one year. The last two years he has served as a varsity girls basketball assistant. He also has served as an assistant track coach for three years as a distance and mid-distance coach.
He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Management from Grand Canyon University and is married to Shelby Binion. Shelby is joining All Saints this year as a high school math teacher.
“I choose to coach at All Saints because of the kids. I believe as a coach it is my duty to prepare our high school athletes to be successful members of society that are noble young men and women,” Binion said. “The kids here at All Saints understand that and are eager to make a change in their lives now and then carry that throughout their lives after high school.“
“We have a very strong senior class this year that is very excited and eager to get going,” he said. “I think their motivation will carry us pretty far this year.“
What must the football team overcome to be successful?
“Numbers. This is always a struggle for football at All Saints,” Coach Binion said. “We will need to stay healthy and strong throughout the season to be able to compete well.”
Physical Forms and Medical Exams for Athletics
All students in middle and high school wishing to participate in competitive athletics will be required to have a completed Medical History Form and Pre-Participation Physical Examination. Both forms are available by clicking the link.
High School Only
The Texas Association of Private and Parochial School (TAPPS) utilizes an online data management platform, Rank One Sport, for all student health and safety, eligibility certification, communications, event registration and management. All extra-curricular activities and competitions for academics, fine arts and athletics are managed through the Rank One Sport platform.
All health and eligibility forms are secured and managed online through a parent portal. Your parent portal will be a one-time set up with one-time yearly maintenance. It will support all of your children and all of their high school TAPPS activities with a single account. If your high school child participated in fall/winter athletics or fall band/drumline at All Saints last year, you have already set up your portal and only need to update it with medical history and a new pre-participation physical.
For the parents of new high school students and those who did not participate in (volleyball, cross country, football, basketball or fall band/drumline) last year, you will need to set up your parent portal and complete the online forms. This must be done before your child will be cleared for activities. Following is step by step procedure:
Go to www.rankonesport.com in your browser
Click on the “For Parents” tab
Click on “Login”
Click on “Texas”
Click on “All Saints Episcopal School – Lubbock” (There are multiple All Saints Episcopal Schools)
Click on “Proceed to Online Forms”
Click on “Create New Account”
Follow Instructions to set up your parent portal. You will need an email and you will be prompted to create a password. Please keep a record of this information for future use.
Once your account is set up you must link it to your child. Enter the name and their All Saints Student ID number. The student ID numbers are attached to this email. There is not a security risk in sharing this number as All Saints does not utilize this number.
Once your child (children) are linked to your account proceed with accessing the online forms. There will be three sections of forms:
TAPPS Physical/Medical History – Please submit the Medical History, the school will enter the physical once we have the hard copy and the account is set up.
TAPPS Student Profile
TAPPS Signature Page
Fill out the forms with electronic signatures for yourself and your child for the TAPPS Student Profile and TAPPS Signature Page. Make sure to click “submit” on each form. Once those forms are complete it will show in the computer and we can certify eligibility. Again, once eligibility is confirmed it will carry over to all future TAPPS competitions for this academic year.
Thank you for your time, effort and attention in helping us certify everyone’s eligibility. Rank One Sport is the national leader in student database management for health & safety, eligibility, communications and website support for all student extra-curricular academic, fine art and athletic competitions. We are fortunate that TAPPS has made this platform available to all of its member schools.
Below you will find the PDFs for returning parent/student set up and also new parent/student set up.
Please contact Kyle Simons at email@example.com if you encounter any problems in setting up your parent portal.