:) Welcome to Peninsula High School Spring Sports 2020 Registration!
**ALERT- FAMILY ID WILL CLOSE TO ALLOW FOR CLEARING ON FEBRUARY 27TH THE PROGRAM WILL RE-OPEN FOR LATE REGISTRATIONS IN NON-CUT SPORTS AT 8:00am IN Unified Soccer, Girls Lacrosse, Track & Field, Girls Tennis, Boys Golf, Girls Golf & Girls Water Polo.
*Please Note that Cheer Tryout registrations are included in this registration cycle!
*Tryout Info: Dates: Monday March 9th - Thursday March 12th 5-7PM in the main gym (Potential cheerleaders MUST have a physical good through Cheer state tournament (approx 2/13/21) to be cleared for tryouts!)
Athletes must be cleared to practice on the 1st day. If you have questions please call the Athletic Office.)
What do you need to be cleared?
* ALL FEES AND FINES PAID (includes PAY TO PLAY FOR NON-CUT SPORTS AND ASB all sports)
* PHYSICAL GOOD THROUGH STATE TOURNAMENT OF YOUR SPORT (Not negotiable) (Check state dates here: http://www.wiaa.com/)
* ANY MEDICAL FORMS FROM DOCTOR (Asthma/Epi-Pen etc.) please locate blank forms on the landing page of Family ID on the right side under "Links" or on sscathletics.org on the Peninsula page on the .
*Click SUBMIT at the end of registration!!!
Sports with cuts possible will not be eligible for payment prior to cuts being made. These sports include Baseball, Fastpitch, Boys Soccer & Boys Golf. Please plan to have Pay to Play and ASB fees paid by the first day of participation or have arrangements made with the bookkeeper for non-cut sports. Parents indicating a need for assistance with PTP or ASB, you must go to sscathletics.org or the home page for Family ID and print the InvestEd Scholarship application. Complete the application and return it to the Bookkeeper or Athletics promptly to have your student cleared.
*Parents Please ensure we have correct email and phone contacts for you. This is our only means of connecting with you when we need to.
To be eligible to participate in Sports and/or Activities at Peninsula:
-Student had a 2.0 GPA or above on the last grading period transcript and failed no more than one class. Failure to comply with this will result in a 5 week probation in all sports per WIAA rules.
-Student must reside with parent(s) or legal guardians in this high school attendance area.
-Student must be enrolled in a school program and in regular attendance the first 15 days of the current term.
-Student MUST pass a physical exam during the last 24 months. A copy must be on file in the Athletic Office.
The physical on file cannot expire during the duration of the sport season. Parents can request a copy from the middle school or doctors office. The athletic office cannot do this due to HIPAA laws.PARENTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ENSURING A GOOD PHYSICAL IS ON FILE. Check with your doctors office if you are in doubt TO CLARIFY: The Physical on file must be good through the championships of the sport season or your students registration will not be cleared until such time as a physical is provided that will be good through the championships. This is not open for debate.
-Medical Insurance MUST be maintained throughout all sports participation. If you intend to purchase accident insurance through school insurance provider Myers, Stevens and Toohey, please write MST Insurance in the spaces below. Verification of policy activation will be required. (A copy of the acceptance email once enrolled, copy of provided cards etc.) These will need to be provided before participation is allowed.
** Medical conditions such as asthma and allergies that require an Epi-pen are the number one reason that registrations get held up. Please make sure you have all the proper paperwork on file with the nurse so that your student athlete can begin practice with everyone else. All Forms can be found on the Family ID home page.
Below, please answer all eligibility questions accurately. Falsifying information can result in a suspension from the sports program. Parents MUST sign off on all agreements/policies at the bottom of this registration. This cannot be completed by the student athlete even if the student is 18 or older. Failure to comply with this section will constitute falsification and can cost the athlete suspension for the entire season.