Terry Fox & Cross Country
Intermediate Volleyball
Tchoukball Tournament / 5-on-5 Inter-mural Soccer 
Intermediate Hockey
JANUARY Junior Basketball
FEBRUARY Intermediate Basketball
Junior Ice Hockey / Gymnastics
APRIL Inter-mural Floor Hockey Tournament
Dancefest / Track & Field
JUNE Intermediate Soccer Tournament
1. The game is played for enjoyment.
2. Be generous in winning.
3. Be graceful in losing.
4. Be fair at all times, no matter the cost.
5. Work for the good of the team.
6. Accept gracefully the decision of the officials.
7. Believe in the honesty of your opponents.
8. Conduct yourself, at all times, with honour and dignity.
9. Be obedient to the rules.
10. Recognize and applaud the efforts of your teammates and opponents.

1. The rules of the game are to be regarded as mutual agreements, the spirit or the letter of which no one should try to evade or break.
2. Visiting teams and spectators are honoured guests and should be treated as such.
3. Officials and opponents are to be regarded and treated as honest in intention.
4. Decisions of the officials, no matter how unfair they may seem, are to be accepted without outward appearance of vexation.
5. To win is always desirable, but to win at any cost defeats the purpose of the game.
6. Losing can be a triumph when the best effort has been given.
7. The game should be won or lost. A “no protest” policy will be enforced.
1.To provide an opportunity of healthy interschool competition to complement the intramural and sports program provided by the Department of Physical Education and Recreation of the LDCSB.
2. To aid in developing a sense of responsibility, belonging, and respect for oneself, one’s team, and one’s school.
3. To furnish an atmosphere where a student and coach can develop an understanding an appreciation for fair play and sportsmanship.
4. To provide a school team experience for those who otherwise would not have that team experience.
5. To arrange an opportunity for those students who welcome a competitive team atmosphere. This philosophical base proceeds from the assumption that we are dealing with students and as such, no athletic program will make demands which interfere with the academic responsibilities and success of students.
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