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BHS TEAM SCHEDULES AND DIRECTIONS AVAILABLE FROM www.ScheduleStar.com

Thomas D'Elia, Athletic Director
Phone: 973-450-3500 x3466
Fax: 973-844-0604

In an effort to promote Sportsmanship, Scholarship and Athletic Excellence, the Belleville Athletic Department is proud to release the Student/Parent Handbook to our Athletes and their Parents/Guardians.  The Athletic Department Handbook is a compilation of policies and procedures that govern our athletes throughout their participation in interscholastic athletics.  Please review the entire handbook and be sure to return the Agreement portion to your respective team’s coach before the start of the each season.  

Student & Parent Athletic Department Handbook 2013-14

Student & Parent Athletic Department Agreement 2013-14

 

Sudden Cardiac Death (SCD)

Athletic Staff Directory 

Academic Eligibility

Athletic Hall of Fame

Athletic Honor Roll

Coaching Courses/Training

Code of Conduct

Concussion Management Information Center 

ImPACT Testing Has Arrived!

Student Athlete Online Impact test

Interscholastic Sports

Physicals

Dear Parents/Guardians:

The following are links to FREE on-line workshops offered thought the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS).  The NFHS serves 50 member state high school athletic/activity associations, plus the District of Columbia. The NFHS publishes playing rules in 16 sports for boys and girls competition. 

In addition to nationally setting rules and regulations for High School Sports, the NFHS promotes awareness and support for topics that have an impact on our student-athletes.

The following links allow you access to Free workshops.  The NFHS only asks that you register before access is permitted.  There is no fee to register and take part in the following on-line workshops. 

Once an account has been created, you may choose to take part in sessions that are not free, however you are not obligated in any way to do so. 

The Role of Parents in Sports

Concussion in Sports - What You Need To Know