Current Student Athletes
Sports Sign-Up Requirements
Students interested in playing school sports are required to sign-up in the school health office.
Students will need a current physical examination and the Interval Health History for Athletics form. This form should be handed in within 30 days of each sport season. The physical examination form must be handed in before tryouts/practice starts.
Students who do not follow this process and have not been approved by the health office will be considered ineligible for sports until they are cleared by nursing staff.
Student must have a physical within 12 months of the beginning of the sport season he/she wishes to play. Students may visit the school nurse's office to see if they have a valid physical on file. If a physical is on file, students will become eligible for a sport once they return the Interval Health History for Athletics form and emergency athletic form with a parents signature—provided all injuries have been cleared by a physician.
Physicals can be performed by a student's family doctor. The physical must be reviewed by the school nurse before a student can attend a tryout or practice. Students also have the option of having a sports physical performed by the school district physician. Students who need a sports physical may make an appointment at the school nurse's office.
If a student has an injury which impacts his/her participation in interscholastic athletics or phsyical education, the parent/guardian should notify the school nurse. Upon his/her return from an injury, the student must have either a written release or restriction from the attending physician, which should be given to the school nurse for review. The PE teacher and coach will be notified.