• The Broward County Middle School Athletic Association (MSAA) of Broward County Public Schools is committed to building leaders through sportsmanship, citizenship, and fair play. MSAA currently oversees 59 public and charter middle schools and 8 different sports. The MSAA sports are Soccer, Cross Country, Golf, Basketball, Track & Field Events, Flag Football, Volleyball, and Floorball.  

    All student-athletes must maintain a minimum of a 2.0 GPA.  Students who fall below this standard are ineligible to play.

  • Athletics play an important part in a child's life. Team sports and activities promote good physical health, social skills, and communication skills. When students learn to work together as a team, they build a foundation for good sportsmanship. 

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Behavior Expectations

  • The following guidelines and policies will govern any athlete that is a member of the Lauderdale Lakes MS Athletic Program. Being a member of our athletic program is a privilege and not a right. By modeling responsible behavior, our student-athletes can make a tremendous contribution to our school.

    1.         All student-athletes will conduct themselves in a manner that coincides with the guidelines listed in the Broward County Code of Student Conduct or the student-athlete may be dismissed from the team.

    2.         All student-athletes are expected to always conduct themselves in a respectful and courteous manner in the classroom, at practices, games, and during any team/school function, etc. or the student-athlete may be dismissed from the team.

    3.         Any student-athlete who is externally suspended from school will be automatically and immediately dismissed from the team, per administrative review.

    4.         Any student-athlete who receives internal suspension during a season may be subject to loss of playing time at the coach’s discretion.

    5.         It is the responsibility of the student-athlete to report to practice on time. Excessive tardiness to practice may result in a loss of playing time or dismissal from the team at the coach’s discretion.

    6.         Any student-athlete who accumulates two or more unexcused absences from practices or games may be dismissed from the team at the coach’s discretion.

    7.         To be eligible to play sports, all student-athletes must have an overall 2.0 GPA from the prior quarter and must have passed at least 5 out of 6 classes, per SBBC Policy. In addition, athletes must maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA during the season. 

    8.         All student-athletes are expected to wear proper athletic attire for practice and games (athletic shirt, athletic shorts, and athletic shoes).  Student-Athletes are expected to be responsible for their own gear. Parent drop offs in the front office and/or during practice is discouraged.

Basketball

  • Winter Sports

    October - November

Volleyball

  • Winter Sports

    December - January

Flag Football

  • Spring Sports

    February - March

Track & Field

  • Spring Sports

    March - May

Cross Country Running

  • Fall Sports

    September - October

Soccer

  • Fall Sports

    August -  September

Game Schedules

  • Game schedules are decided during each respective season. Practice schedules are from Monday-Thursday from 2:40 PM to 5:30PM. Parents or and guardians must pick up students who are not after-care or walkers/bikers, as well as pick students up after scheduled games. Failure to pick up athletes on time will be a termination of the athlete from the team.

Viking Athlete

  • As a Viking Athlete, students are expected to maintain a 2.0 GPA, fill out insurance and medical paperwork yearly, and are responsible for their practice and game schedule(s).