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Activities & Athletics

Welcome to the Lombardi Middle School Athletics and Activities page!

Message from the Athletics and Activities Director Amy Hogan:

The Lombardi Athletics and Activities Department believes that extracurricular activities provide our students with educational opportunities beyond the classroom. Participants compete and train in a manner that encourage personal growth. We support them by promoting health and fitness, fostering teamwork, and teaching important life skills necessary for becoming valued members of society. 

In an effort to keep our students and families connected with athletics and activities, we encourage you to use this site to find information, view schedules and communicate with our various coaches and advisors.

If you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions feel free to email me or call me at (920) 492-2734.

Thank you,
Amy Hogan
Lombardi Athletics/Activities Director

Additional Information

Board Policy

Board Policy 370 - Co-Curricular Activities (to view the policy, please visit BoardDocs and search for the policy)

Co-Curricular Code of Conduct

The Green Bay Area Public Schools Code of Conduct is used with all clubs and activities as well as athletics. To review the Code of Conduct, please visit the Expectations & Code of Conduct page on the District website.

Activities Eligibility Form

Students must fill out the Activities Eligibility form to participate in activities and athletics. To find the Middle School Activities Eligibility form, please visit the Forms page on the District website.

Athletics and Activities Calendar

Visit the Athletics and Activities calendar to view scheduled activities for Lombardi. You can sign up to receive automatic text and e-mail notifications for schedule changes and reminders for those activities you want to track.

Need a Ride?

Is it difficult to have your child in after school activities because they need a ride home after? We can help! If students are out for after-school activities, and a free ride on a city bus would help them get home, all they need is their ID card.  Students can ride the city bus for free by showing their ID card. For additional information, please call Green Bay Metro at (920) 448-3450 or visit the website.

Green Bay Metro Website

“The Green Bay Area Public School District maintains an overall policy of assisting in the development of community groups and recognizes a broad spectrum of student groups. However, it does not necessarily endorse the views of groups whose materials are distributed or posted.”