Registration for the Winter 2020-21 season is now open in the Genesis Parent Portal. Please remember to review what medical forms you need to submit.
Specific information on winter sports forthcoming.
- Only Tenafly fans w/ spectator cards will be admitted.
- Two (2) family members of each Guest team player will be permitted entry to game.
- Absolutely NO walkups.
** GEISSINGER TRACK IS CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR PUBLIC USE DUE TO THE CLOSURE OF MUNICIPAL RECREATIONAL FACILITIES WITHIN THE BOROUGH OF TENAFLY **
Anticipated Hours for Geissinger Track:
Monday - Friday: Closed from 7:30 am – approximately 8:30 pm (unless still in use for HS games). Public use allowed before & after.
Saturday: Closed from 7:30 am – approximately 1:30 pm (unless still in use for HS games). Public use allowed before & after.
Sunday: Open for use from Dawn – Dusk (not currently scheduled for HS events on Sundays) *
* Any Sunday use of area by Tenafly High School will be communicated and announced via the Tenafly Athletics Twitter account @GoTigersTHS. Please follow us for updated information.
Only spectators who have been issued sport-specific cards will be admitted into our athletic events. Absolutely no walk-ups will be admitted as we continue strict adherence to COVID 19 protection protocls.
Visitors must check in at the visitor gate, face coverings must be worn, and social distancing must be observed at all times.
Thank you for your continued cooperation.
Tenafly Middle School will host a Fall 2020 Cross Country team. Practices will begin on Tuesday, October 6 and continue into November. Student-athletes who attend the in-school cohort will participate in practices the day they are in school. If a student is virtual, Coach Andrew DeJoseph will assign them to a practice cohort to join. The medical clearance proceess will be the same as it normally is, with PPE and the COVID 19 HHQ needing to be submitted to the TMS School Nurse and then being reviewed by the school Athletic Trainer and School Physician. Please direct all inquiries to Coach Andrew DeJospeh and/or TMS School Nurse, Kathleen Russenberger.