Athletics

 

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Prior to participation, students must have:

1) ATHLETIC PASSPORT. The Athletic Passport is a form that students complete to update the Activities Office on their current biographical information. It also includes sport participation, Code of Conduct, Informed Consent COVID document and emergency information. One may be completed in the summer for the entire year or prior to each sport.

ATHLETIC PHYSICAL. State Law requires that participants in Athletic Competition have a current physical. Athletic Physicals are maintained in a computer database at the Activities Office along with a hard copy of the form. Physicals are valid for thirteen (13) months from the date of exam.

Athletic Physical Document

2) CONCUSSION IN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. Each school year, every student (grades 7-12) and their parent/guardian must receive and sign a concussion and brain injury information sheet provided by the Iowa High School Athletic Association, and Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union before the student is able to participate in interscholastic sports, cheerleading, and dance in any way (practice or competition). This information sheet is titled, “Heads Up: Concussion in High School Sports.” This form may be downloaded at

Concussion in High School Sports

YOU WILL NOT PRACTICE / PARTICIPATE IF THESE ITEMS ARE INCOMPLETE

THESE MATERIALS NEED TO BE DELIVERED TO THE ACTIVITIES OFFICE AT HOOVER HIGH SCHOOL. PLEASE DO NOT GIVE THEM TO YOUR COACH/SPONSOR OR LEAVE AT THE MAIN OFFICE AT THE HIGH SCHOOL.

THE ACTIVITIES OFFICE REMAINS OPEN ALL SUMMER. FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL US AT (515) 242-7311.

3) CONCUSSION TESTING. All high school contact athletes will receive a written neurocognitive assessment test that are used by medical doctors, psychologists, athletic trainers, and other licensed healthcare professionals to assist them in determining an athlete’s ability to return to play after suffering a concussion.

FORMS:

Emergency Contact Info

Athletic Physical Document

Code of Conduct DMPS

Concussion in High School Sports

 

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