- Chemical/Mental Health Information
- General Information
- Out of Season Uniform Check Out
- Social Media
- Sports Photographer
- National Letter of Intent Ceremony
- Vaping Tool Kit
- Partnership for Drug Free Kids
- Substance Abuse Mental Health Administration
- National Institute on Drug Abuse for Parents/Teachers
- National Alliance on Mental Illnesses
- Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation (online bookstore included)
- Al-Anon Information Services in Minnesota
- Substance Use Resource Center - American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
- Learn About Marijuana
- Drug Rehab.com guide for parents
- Drug Rehab.com guide for teens
- Alcohol Treatment Programs for Teens
- Practicing Mindfulness in Addiction Recovery
- Addiction in Children: Are there early warning signs?
If your student needs a uniform for photos taken outside of their season, please follow the process below:
- Contact the equipment manager via email, Bill.Waite@wayzataschools.org or Kari.Rohrich@wayzataschools.org
- Bring a check for $150 to the Activities Office to check out the uniform. Check will be returned when the uniform is returned.
Please give our office 3-4 days lead time.
Uniforms and equipment cannot be used for non MSHSL-sponsored activities outside of your season.
We do our best to post the following items to our social media accounts. If you would like more detailed items posted for your team, it is recommended that you have a team social media channel.
- Upcoming Competitions
- Results of Competitions
- Articles posted in the StarTribune
- CCX Media Stories/Broadcasts
- Special Events
The official sports team photographer for Wayzata Athletics is Kemmetmueller Photography. Please contact them for photo packages and/or photos needed throughout your season. Photographs will not be shared via the Activities Office.
About the National Letter of Intent
The NCAA manages the daily operations of the NLI program while the Collegiate Commissioners Association (CCA) provides governance oversight of the program. Started in 1964 with seven conferences and eight independent institutions, the program now includes 652 Division I and Division II participating institutions.
The NLI is a voluntary program with regard to both institutions and student-athletes. No prospective student-athlete or parent is required to sign the NLI and no institution is required to join the program.
The NLI is a binding agreement between a prospective student-athlete and an NLI member institution.
- A prospective student-athlete agrees to attend the institution full-time for one academic year (two semesters or three quarters).
- The institution agrees to provide athletics financial aid for one academic year (two semesters or three quarters).
The penalty for not fulfilling the NLI agreement: A student-athlete has to serve one year in residence (full-time, two semesters or three quarters) at the next NLI member institution and lose one season of competition in all sports.
An important provision of the NLI program is a recruiting prohibition applied after a prospective student-athlete signs the NLI. This prohibition requires member institutions to cease recruitment of a prospective student-athlete once an NLI is signed with another institution. - http://www.nationalletter.org/
Under the terms of the National Letter of Intent Program, an institution is strictly prohibited from allowing the recruit to sign a National Letter of Intent if they are a walk-on. In order for a National Letter of Intent to be considered valid, the National Letter of Intent must be accompanied by an athletic financial award letter which lists the terms and conditions of the award, including the amount and duration of the financial aid. Simply put, there has to be a financial award including athletics aid for there to be a valid National Letter of Intentt. We will also recognize Ivy League schools and service academies.