• Sports Physical Form

    by Montana High School Association
    Sports Physicals are required for all participants PRIOR to the start of practice.  No student will be allowed to practice without the completed form being submitted to the head coach.  This file requires Acrobat Reader in order to be views. Acrobat Reader can be downloaded for free at http://www.adobe.com .
    PhysicalForms2014.pdf 77.61 KB (Last Modified on May 28, 2014)
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  • Student/Parent Concussion Information Verificaton

    by Mark McMurray
    Starting in the Fall of 2013 Montana Law requires that, each year, before beginning practice for an organized activity, a student-athlete and the student- athletes parent(s)/legal guardian(s) must be given an information sheet, and both parties must sign and return the form acknowledging receipt of the information to an official designated by the school prior to the student-athletes participation during the designated school year.
     
    This download contains the information sheets and signature pages that all student-athletes and parent/guardians must complete prior to the start of practice.  This MUST be on file with the head coach before the athlete will be allowed to practice.
     
    StudentAthleteParentConcussionStatement.pdf 207.58 KB (Last Modified on June 26, 2013)
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  • Participaton Permission Slip

    by Mark McMurray
    All participants must have permission from their parent(s)/guardian(s) to participate in extra-curricular activities.   This permission slip is specific to the sport or activity and will need to be filled out for each sport/activity in which the student chooses to participate.   This form must be completed and returned to the head coach or director before the athlete will be allowed to start practice. 
    ATHLETIC PARENT PERMISSION FORM.pdf 191.98 KB (Last Modified on August 11, 2014)
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  • Activity Fees for Participation

    by Mark McMurray
    This document contains information on the fees that are required for all students participating in exta curricular sports.  
    Activity Fees.pdf 33.84 KB (Last Modified on September 19, 2013)
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  • Extra-Curricular Activities Handbook

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     This handbook is for coaches, parents, students or anyone else that is involved in extra-curricular activities.  This policy manual will give you the guidelines you need to hand most situations that might arise during the sports season.  Supplemental informational publications may be provided to help clarify the procedures outlined in this manual.
       
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    ExtraCurricularHandbook2014.pdf 68.63 KB (Last Modified on June 8, 2016)
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  • Concussion - Return to Play Procedure

    by Mark McMurray
    This information is intended to help parents of a player that has suffered a concussion.  There are specific steps that must be taken to protect the long term health of the player and to ensure that it is safe for them to return to practice and competitions.
    ConcussionProtocol.pdf 49.94 KB (Last Modified on August 24, 2013)
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  • Training Rules - Signature Sheet

    by Mark McMurray

     

     This document outlines the training rules as they apply to extra-curricular activities.  It has a signature area for both the parent and student and should be returned to the head coach.  I needs to be renewed for every sport/activity in which the student participates.
     
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    TrainingRulesSignature2016.pdf 21.62 KB (Last Modified on June 8, 2016)
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  • Complaint Procedure

    by Mark McMurray
    If you have a complaint involving extra-curricular activities there is a specific procedure that needs to be followed to ensure that it gets addressed in a timely manner.   The attached file is the board policy that outlines in detail the procedures that parents, coaches, and administrators must follow.  These procedures ensure that we meet the requirements of our labor union agreements and board policy. 
     
    Procedure in a nutshell.
     
    1.  Meet with the coach and try to resolve it.
    2.  Put the complaint in writing and appeal it to the Activities Director
    3.  Appeal to the building Principal
    4.  Appeal to the Superintendent
    5.  Appeal to the School Board
     
    If these procedures are not followed then any decisions that are made may be overturned on procedural grounds regardless of the merits of the complaint.
    Uniform_Complaint_Procedure.pdf 23.73 KB (Last Modified on October 18, 2013)
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