Athletic – Parent Presentation
Concussion Education and Consent Form
Covid-19 Update 2.11.22
Team Apparel Stores – open now for some Winter 2022 teams
Game Travel Release Form – The St. Paul Athletic Department requires that all athletes travel to and from all athletic contests on the team bus. However, we do realize there maybe family emergencies and situations when an exception might need to be made. In this case, this permission form must be completed and handed into the coach AND athletic director at least 24 hours in advance of the game.
According to CT state law, as a requirement for entrance to Grade11, students are required to have a physical examination in either Grade 9 or 10. Juniors will not be allowed to attend school without a physical form on file. students who wish to participate in sports must ave a sports physical done yearly and is valid for 13 months. Athletes will not be allowed to practice unless a current physical examination form is on file. The Bristol/Burlington Board of Health physical form is enclosed and can also be downloaded from the St. Paul website under the athletics tab and the parents tab.
The link below will take you to a one-hour webinar conducted by the NCAA Eligibility Center. In this webinar, NCAA staff discuss requirements student-athletes must know to be eligible to play Division I or II sports. A question-and-answer session was held at the end of the event, with Eligibility Center staff on hand to answer submitted questions.
Click the link to watch – http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/
Article from: High School Today – Parents Play a Crucial Role in Helping Students Achieve Success.
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Wrestling skin issues information. The following is information on the NFHS webinar. Visit www.nfhs.org, click on Activities and Sports and then click on Wrestling. Go to Wrestling Resources and then open the NWCA Skin Infection Webinar.