New Lisbon School Athletic Department

Welcome to the New Lisbon School District Athletic Department. We are proud of our strong athletic program under the direction of Athletic Director, Mr. Brad Bever. Coach Bever has served as a coach for many years and instills strong values in his players on and off the field.

Athletic Registration

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Alternative Permit Card

Alternative Year Permit Card

Healthy Roster

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Preparation Physical Evaluation Forms

PPE History Form

PPE - History Form

Physical Examination Form

PPE - Physical Examination

Medical Eligiblity Form

PPE - Medical Eligibility

WIAA Athletic Informational Links




WIAA COVID Information


WIAA Athletic Forms

Emergency Plan

Emergency Plan

What is the Rocket Code of Conduct?

Athletic Code Of Conduct

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The purpose of the New Lisbon Co-Curricular Code of Conduct is to establish clear academic and behavioral expectations for students to follow if they choose to participate in co-curricular activities. Parents/Guardians of students involved in athletic programs are required to attend fall, winter or spring informational meetings.

Co-curricular participation has the following major objectives:

• To teach attitudes of responsibility and cooperation and to help students realize that participation in co-curricular activities is a privilege with accompanying responsibilities.

• To help students learn good habits of health, personal hygiene, and safety.

• To provide activities that help to create school unity.

• To provide activities for learning self-discipline, loyalty, team play, personal pride, pride in the organization, respect for the rights of others, and the will to be successful.

• To provide students with opportunities for competition.

• To provide students with opportunities to place the unit, team, squad, class, and school above personal desires.

Expectations at Team Levels

Junior High School athletics will be for participation and learning. This is a time for young athletes to learn the game and to start to develop an understanding of what is required in being a member of a team. Under the direction of the varsity coaches, who oversee individual programs, fundamentals that enhance the entire program will be stressed. Participation will be encouraged, and to the degree possible, be equal for all. Winning, while a nice reward, is not regarded as a measure of success.

C-squad athletic teams will stress learning, understanding the game, and team play. This is a time for athletes to begin to hone their abilities and skills while at the same time developing an understanding of the levels of competition at the high school where cuts will be made if necessary. Under the direction of the varsity coach, a greater emphasis will be placed on developing the ability of each athlete to contribute to the team as a whole. Participation will be encouraged and used to increase the abilities of both the individual and the team. Winning, again a nice reward, will hold more importance but will not be the most important measure of the success of the team. Coaches will work with their individual athletes to point out areas that should be developed during the off-season so that these young athletes can continue to build skills that will allow them to advance to the next level of competition.

Junior varsity athletic teams will use the skills that have been attained in order to prepare the athletes for varsity level competition. At this level, the importance of the team working together to achieve the goals the coach/team has established will be stressed. Winning will gain in importance as the athletes begin to understand the common goals that bind a team together. The varsity coach will work with the junior varsity coach to assure the athletes are working on skills that will enhance the program’s goals. Once again coaches will work with the individual athletes, pointing out skills that need to continue to be worked on in the offseason so that the opportunity of advancing to the varsity level of competition is there.

Varsity athletic teams are the culmination of any sports program. At this level, the importance of winning instead of participation becomes a significant component of competition. To that end, the varsity coach is entrusted with the responsibility of building a team that performs to the highest level possible. The coach’s responsibility also extends to include making each player understand his/her role on the team and the importance of that role no matter how large or small.


Sport Teams Available for Participation




Boys Basketball