Athletics Information

Athletic Schedules

NOTE: Athletic Schedules are available at this link:


Physicals and Athletics Info

Sports and Yellow Card Requirements

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If you already have an account, please DO NOT create another account. See Below

If you have an incoming 7th grader who has an older sibling and an account was created, go to that account and you can add a new student to the account.

You may use the information you submitted in previous seasons to save time with future registrations.

Please use the following steps:

  1. Click on the Current Season registration form on your school's FamilyID Landing page.

  2. Login using the e-mail address and password you created previously (do not create a new account)

  3. Choose the sport.

  4. Click on "Add Participant Below or Click to Select" and pick your child's name.

  5. Update health and demographic information, if necessary.

  6. Sign-off on seasonal agreements.

  7. Save and Submit

Physical examinations are required yearly for those students playing sports. The procedure regarding participation in interscholastic sports is as follows:

  1. Physical Form May be done by the school physician or the students own doctor. Sports physicals are valid for 12 months. If the student will have the physical done elsewhere the school form must be used starting in the 2018-2019 school year. The doctor must specify that the student is cleared to participate in sports. Any restrictions required must be listed

  2. Health Assessment Form; Parent/Athlete Info Sheet-concussion: The Health Assessment form provides an in-depth look at the student's health and the concussion form provides parents/student with information regarding signs/symptoms of concussion. Both forms are included in the FamilyID website and are filled out there.

Once the above criteria for sports participation have been met coaches will be notified via the FamilyID site that a student is eligible for participation.

If an injury, operation, or illness lasting more than five days occurs, the student is automatically removed from sports. A written release from the student's doctor is needed prior to returning to sports. If an injury occurs and your student seeks medical attention, a physician's note is required to return to play. If they were not held out of sports there still needs to be a note to state that. The school physician will also review and re-approve the student for participation in sports.

Selective Classification

7th and 8th grade players can be notified by their coach for the possibility of playing at a higher level of skill other then modified sports. In order to be Selectively Classified, you must be notified by a coach and 3 steps are required:

  1. Parental Permission must be obtained in order for the process to start. Permission forms will be emailed via the FamilyID website once coaches have informed Janice Dascher who they would like to have classified. If your student has classified for another sport they will not have to take the physical fitness test again. If the sport they are playing THIS season is one they have not participated in yet but have passed the physical fitness test for a different sport, only the parent permission portion is needed for the new sport.

  2. Medical clearance must be performed by our school physician.

  3. Once medically cleared a physical fitness test must be passed. This test is performed by the athletic director.

Physical Form

Concussion Protocal / Return to Play Policy
(BOE District Policy Manual - Section 7522)

Student Accident Claim Form

Code of Conduct

Dominic Murray Sudden Cardiac Arrest Prevention Act