Nurse's Office

Read both the Participation in Sports Letter
(The sign off sheet is due to the health office prior to the first official practice session of the athletic season and annually thereafter).
Click link for the  Sports Physical Form
 (Example, if your child got a physical on September 1, 2016, the physical is good until August 31, 2017 - Physicals are valid for 365 days).
 (Example, if your child got a physical on September 1, 2016 and wants to play a sport/intramural on or after November 30th (90 days from the date of the physical) the parent must fill out a Health History Update Form and if the child wants to play another sport/intramural on or after March 1st, the parent must fill out ANOTHER Health History Update Form (because it has been another 90 days since the last form was turned in.)
From the State of NJ

Student Athlete Forms

The following documents are to be distributed annually to every student-athlete and cheerleader in any grade level, prior to participation in an athletic activity, in each school district and nonpublic school that participates in an interscholastic sports, intramural sports, or cheerleading program:

  • Sports-Related Concussion and Head Injury Fact Sheet and Parent/Guardian Sign-Off Form(N.J.S.A. 18A:40-41.2(c)) (English | En Español)

Please note the documents above which require a parent/guardian sign-off form. These forms, whether personally distributed or electronically uploaded, must be individually signed and returned. One generic signature for all documents is unacceptable.

If your child has been diagnosed with a
please click here for Physicians forms that must be completed by doctor before your child may return to school.
(If your child has Asthma you must complete the Asthma Treatment Plan and Questionnaire. If your child has an EpiPen, you must complete the Anaphylaxis Emergency Care Plan - see below before trying out for ANY Interscholastic Sport or Intramural)
Below is a link to the District Website where we have health related videos for parents.
Many of the videos may answer questions you have on various topics, but as always if you have further questions please feel free to call your school's nurse for further assistance.