About the Lacrosse League Program
Lacrosse is open to children who are currently in grades 3-8. Separate Leagues are created for boys' and girls' lacrosse.
This program is a great way for children to develop their social, mental and physical strength and character through teamwork and active participation while learning how to play lacrosse. Every child plays, as there are no tryouts or cuts.
Fall 2012 Registration and Procedures Timeline
Each team will practice one evening a week, usually at one of the district's elementary schools. Practices begin the week of September 17. Games begin September 23, and the season will run 6-8 weeks.
Participants not residing within the Ann Arbor Public School District are considered non-resident and must pay the respective non-resident fee.
Priority Registration (register until August 10 at 4:30 p.m.)
Primary Registration (after August 10at 4:30 p.m.)
After August 14th players will only be assigned to teams with an unfilled roster.
We accept VISA, MasterCard, and American Express credit cards. Please make all checks payable to Ann Arbor Public Schools or AAPS. Payments can be made in cash at the Rec & Ed office.
Fee waivers are available to residents of the Ann Arbor School District in need of financial assistance. A current approved scholarship must be on file for your child’s registration to be processed. Please apply at least two weeks prior to the registration period to avoid delays as scholarship applications take 5 – 7 days to process. For information click here or contact the Rec & Ed office at 734-994-2300.
For complete information on the Rec & Ed refund policy please visit: www.aaps.k12.mi.us/reced.catalog/refund_policies
You can complete registration online at www.aareced.com until the end of the Primary registration period. If you do not have a Rec & Ed account, you will be guided to create your account as part of your registration procedure.
Download a registration form to mail in or drop-off. Mail-in or drop-off your completed registration form to the Rec & Ed office at 1515 South Seventh Street. We have a drop-off box in the Rec & Ed office foyer available 24/7.
Registrations received during the priority registration period
➢ qualify for early registration fees,
➢ are automatically assigned into teams,
➢ and are given equal priority.
Team assignments are completed according to a child’s respective school attendance area and the time his or her registration is received.
➢ All registration forms must be in the office by closing time to qualify for early registration fees.
➢ Registrations received by mail or in the drop box before 4:30 p.m. will be marked for priority. Fees for registration after August 10 change to primary registration rates.
➢ Changes also apply to on-line registration.
Registration with August 10 postmarks cannot be honored as priority registrations.
Primary Registration Deadline
All registrations received after 4:30 pm August 14th will be held until teams are formed. Players will only be assigned to teams with an unfilled roster.
Every attempt will be made to place kids whose registration form is received after the deadline; however, players are not guaranteed team placement.
Players will be notified of their team assignment via email or phone from the head coach by September 10th. Players who have not heard from a coach on September 11th should contact the Red & Ed office at 734-994-2300 ext. 53214.
Participants are assigned to school teams based on their public school attendance areas. Consult for detailed information.
Team rosters are limited to 12-14 players, although occasionally a team’s coach may request more players for his or her team. If two teams are formed for the same grade from the same school, coaches and Rec & Ed staff will assign players to teams in accordance with departmental guidelines to ensure equally-balanced teams.
In case of limited space, participants may be assigned to teams with participants from different attendance areas. It is not rare for combo teams, or teams with participants from two or more different schools, to be formed. If your child’s school has filled its primary team roster, a combo team will be formed. Players whose registrations are received during the priority registration period are placed on the primary school team first.
If you have any special requests you would like us to consider, for example, to have your child assigned with a specific coach or teammate, you must fill out the Special Request question when registering online or on the registration form. We regret that we cannot guarantee special requests placed after the priority registration period.
Charter, Parochial, Private, and Out-of-District Public Schools
Charter, parochial, private, and out-of-district public school teams can be formed if all grade requirements standards are satisfied and registration deadlines met. Registration must be open for all students that attend these schools. We require a minimum of eight players be registered for a team to be formed.
Teams are coached and assisted by volunteers, many of whom are parents. Coaches and team parents are always needed! If you would like to volunteer, please fill out the volunteer question when registering online or the Adult Volunteer section of the registration form.
During games and practices, all jewelry, such as rings, watches, bracelets (including friendship), earrings of any kind (including starters), chains or necklaces are illegal. Any player who fails to remove his or her jewelry may not participate until it is removed.