The Mandatory Parent/Athlete Meeting is Thursday, March 12th, 2020 @ 6:00 PM in the HS Cafeteria. Team breakout sessions to follow the large group meeting at 6:30.
Before any student can participate in an athletic program at Monument, the following requirements must be met:
• All students MUST have an updated (within 13 months) physical exam on file with the school nurse. Students with expired physicals will not be permitted to participate in practices or contests until a new physical exam has been turned in. Please realize that your physical can expire during the sport season; plan ahead to avoid missing any practices/contests.
- All students must have an up to date impact test. They are valid for 2 years after the test date. This is a cognitive baseline test that the doctor will use as a reference in the event of a concussion.
• Both the student-athlete AND their parent/guardian must complete the NFHS Concussion Education Course prior to the season. The course is good for one year and can be accessed using the link nfhslearn.com. Please complete this course prior to continuing with the registration process.
- PLEASE NOTE: This form constitutes a permission statement that must be signed by a parent or guardian. All of the information on this form is confidential and will be used only for the purpose of evaluating your child's health status, complying with state law, facilitating medical diagnosis, care and/or treatment.
MIAA Statement On Sportsmanship
The MIAA is committed to encouraging and promoting the high ideals of sportsmanship, integrity and ethics, as well as developing a positive environment for athletic events at all levels of interscholastic competition. The goal of interscholastic athletics is to give young people the opportunity to expand their educational horizons by experiencing fair and friendly competition with their peers. Ingrained in this competition is respect for rules, regulations, opponents and officials.