Jets Football Program

The Jets Football program is open to upcoming 6th, 7th, & 8th graders who want to participate in a tackle football league.  The league does not encourage the "winning is everything" or "win at all costs" philosophy.  This level of competition is intended to be a safe & fun experience for the players and coaches.  All reasonable effort are made by the coaches to include all players in each game.

2020 Jets Football Player Registration Packets will be available in early April at Little Chute Park & Rec or it can be downloaded by clicking HERE (link available soon).  Registration packet contains important information and forms that must be completed and returned prior to the registration deadline.  There is a $60 per resident and $70 per non-resident player registration fee for Jets Football.  

All players and parents are required to attend the 2020 Jets Meeting with Coaches on Sunday, May 3 at 7:00pm in the Little Chute High School Auditorium.  Prior to the start of the meeting, parents can turn in completed registration paperwork with payment.  All players will be required to turn in their current physical paperwork to the Park & Rec (starting in 2020 the Park & Rec will now keep all player physical forms and alternate year cards in their office).  Physical forms and alternate year cards will be available at the May meeting.  

The 2020 Jets Football season begins on Monday, August 12 with a parent/player meeting.  Practices start on Tuesday, August 13 and end in mid October.  Practices are held at Van Lieshout Park, and home games are played at the Little Chute High School (1402 Freedom Road).  If you have any questions regarding the Jets Football Program, please call the Park & Rec Dept at 423-3869.

Select link below to access information.
  • 2020 JETS FOOTBALL REGISTRATION PACKET (available in April)
  • 2020 JETS FOOTBALL SCHEDULE (available in May)

Baseline ImPACT Testing Information for Little Chute Jets Players:
  • 2020 link to schedule testing date
All jets football players will be required to have a Baseline ImPACT test prior to the start of playing season if they were not tested last year.  Test is computerized and takes about 25 minutes to complete.  Head injuries are on the rise for athletes at all levels of play. It is estimated that between 1.6 and 3.8 million concussions occur in the USA per year during competitive sports and recreational activities; however, as many as 50% of concussions may go unreported.  Testing must be done before a concussion occurs in order to establish a baseline “or normal” cognitive score. Baseline tests are suggested every two years. If a concussion is suspected, the baseline report will serve as a comparison to a repeat ImPACT test, which professionals can use to assess potential changes or damage caused by a concussion.  If a concussion is suspected, please contact an Ascension provider who is clinically trained in concussion management and ImPACT. A complete list can be found by contacting Nurse Direct at 1-800-362-9900.

  League Director - Jason Wegand (
  8th Grade Head Coach Austin Krueger (
  7th Grade Head Coach Jesse Hietpas  920-851-2483
  6th Grade Head Coach Alex Van Groll  (
  Little Chute Park & Rec Dept  920-423-3869 (