Athletic Participation and Registration Checklist
- PARENT/STUDENT MUST COMPLETE REGISTRATION AT FAMILYID.COM
The parents/guardians are responsible for filling out this form completely and ensuring that any and all medical information concerning your child’s health, medical concerns, injuries, medications and allergies are reported to the athletic department & coaches.
- FULL PHYSICAL (REQUIRED EVERY TWO YEARS BY THE WIAA).
An updated physical is required if the student-athlete’s health condition involves further medical evaluation/clearance within the two year period. Click here for the SPORTS PHYSICAL FORM.
- ATHLETIC FEE OF $150 PER SEASON
You may pay via PayPal, or deliver payment to the front office of the school.
Academic Eligibility for Co-Curricular Activities
To be eligible to participate in interscholastic athletics, school plays or musicals, Student Government, or any other co-curricular activities, students must maintain a GPA of 2.0 or better, with no “F” grades. In order to run for Governing Board (ASB Officers and Class Officers), a student must have at least a 2.7 GPA for each of the three previous quarters.
Grade checks will be made at three-week intervals throughout the school year. Dates will be posted. In the event that a team reaches the playoffs, grade checks will be made weekly for that team. Students who receive a Warning of failing any class at grade check will be on probation. This probation will begin on the school day following notification. While still failing, the student will be held out of games, shows, banquets, competitions and/or conferences until passing in all classes. The student will become eligible immediately after bringing a passing grade report to the athletic director for all classes on the Grade Clearance form. The Grade Clearance form will be required for each event until the following official grade check shows passing all classes.
Semester failures will allow students to participate in turnouts/practices but will hold them out of games, events, shows, banquets, conferences and/or competitions for a period of two (2) weeks for one (1) failure, four (4) weeks for two (2) failures and five (5) weeks for three (3) failures. If the student is passing all classes, he/she will be eligible on either the 3rd, 5th or 6th week of the new semester.
Any questions about our athletics program can be directed to:
Mr. Anthony Herness