Nashoba Regional High School is pleased to offer co-ed Unified Basketball.
REQUIREMENTS NECESSARY FOR PARTICIPATION IN ATHLETICS
A student must be declared eligible by the Athletic Director according to the standards listed in this section before he/she will be allowed to try out for a team.
1. Athletics Participation Permission Form – Online Registration
For each season of participation, a student must submit and complete an online participation form through Family ID prior to his/her first practice session. The consent portion of the form MUST be completed by a parent/guardian. The link to the online registration can be found on the Nashoba Athletics website (contact the Athletic Director if you do not have access to a computer). By registering online, parents and students provide your consent to participate in athletics, your acknowledgement of the student-athlete handbook, transportation permission, and your acknowledgement that you have been provided concussion education materials. This online form must be completed for each athletic season of involvement.
2. Athletic User Fee
The Nashoba Regional School Committee has authorized the Department of Athletics to collect an Athletic Fee from each student-athlete. There is a NEW user fee structure for the 2019-2020 school year (click here for more information). The new fee structure per student-athlete is $175 for the first sport, $150 for the second sport, and $125 for the third sport. There is a family cap of $900 for high school student-athletes. There will be an additional fee for boys' ice hockey, girls' ice hockey, swimming, and ski participants. The additional fees are excluded from the family cap. Financial assistance guidelines can be found on the high school athletics web page.
NEW User Fee Information & Fee Structure - click here
Please pay through the district ONLINE PAYMENT SYSTEM: http://www.nrsd.net/families/o...
OR make checks payable to NASHOBA REGIONAL HS ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT. Please include your child's name and sport on the memo part of the check.
3. Physical Examinations
All students who plan to participate in athletics must submit written proof of a current physical exam to the athletic director or school nurse prior to the start of the sport season. Physical examinations must be performed by a duly registered physician, physician's assistant, or nurse practitioner. Per DPH and MIAA regulations, physical exams are valid for 13 months to the day. A student athlete will NOT be allowed to participate once an exam has expired (new physical regulations). Athletes will NOT be allowed to participate without the completion of a physical exam and a completed online registration.
4. Student Emergency and Health Record (Online System)
NRHS will be using an online student registration/data validation system. This online form will replace the old “blue form.” All families will receive a letter/email from the high school during the summer with instructions on how to access the system for your student. The online form only needs to be updated once per academic year.
5. Head Injury, Concussion, and Substance-Abuse Education (included in online registration form)
All student-athletes and their parents must learn about the consequences of head injuries, concussions, and substance-abuse through training programs and written materials. Information regarding concussion and substance-abuse education can be found on the Athletics website.