As fall sports are winding down, our winter sports are gearing up for their 2020-2021 season. Tryout dates and times are posted above for each of our fall sports. Important info regarding physicals, Final Forms, and COVID health screenings is included below. If you have sport specific questions regarding tryouts, please contact our head coaches.
- Each student athlete needs to have a physical evaluation form on file for participation in IHSAA sponsored sports.
- Students will not be able to practice if there is not a physical on file
- If your child participated in sports last year, their physical will remain valid for the 2020-2021 school year as long as there are no changes to their health history
- If your child did not participate last year, they will need to get a physical for the 2020-2021 school year
- Students must submit the Health History Questionnaire to accompany their physical from 2019-2020
- If you answer YES to any of the questions on that sheet, students must get a new physical for 2020-2021
- All Health History Questionnaire forms should be submitted to the Athletic Department Office
- Visit https://southportcardinals.com/finalforms/ for a full list of details on how to extend paperwork from 2019-2020 and how to fill out paperwork for new students
- Parent Forms AND Student Forms must be completed before students are allowed to practice
COVID Health Screenings
- Students are required to wear face coverings anytime they are not actively engaged in physical activity
- This includes, but is not limited to: arriving to practice, walking inside the practice facility, putting on gear for practice, getting dressed after practice, leaving the facility, etc.
- Once a student begins physical activity, their face mask may be removed
- Students will be screened on a daily basis when they arrive to practice with COVID screening questions
- Responses to these questions and attendance will be recorded in Final Forms on a daily basis
- If a student was in person at school, they will still be asked the same questions when they arrive at practice
- Students should bring their own water bottles to practice to minimize the risk of transmission from sharing bottles.