Athletics

SUMMIT MIDDLE SCHOOL ATHLETICS

Please click here for the Middle School Return to Play (three phases).

Updated Information Regarding Physicals and Participation

1. If you were in 6th - 7th grade during 2019-20 and had a compliant physical on file: THE 2020-21 IHSAA HEALTH HISTORY UPDATE QUESTIONNAIRE MUST BE COMPLETED (Sheets A & B in the packet.) If any question is answered “YES”, a NEW 2020-21 Physical must be performed additionally and submitted to the Athletic Office (page 3 of 5 within the IHSAA PreParticipation Forms). Students must also fill out an updated Concussion and Sudden Cardiac Arrest Form. CLICK HERE to access the Packet for Students with a Valid Physical.

2. If you are new student at the middle school or didn't have a physical on file for 2019-20, a complete physical packet must be completed (pages 1, 2, 3 & 5 of the IHSAA PreParticipation Forms, and Concussion and Sudden Cardiac Arrest Form). CLICK HERE to access the Packet for New Students or those without a Valid Physical.

Submission Procedure for All Forms:
1. Deliver to the Athletic Office. Call 431-2701 (Woodside)
or 431-2501 (Summit) for office hours.

2. Scan and email to kjaurigue@sacs.k12.in.us (Woodside)
or lmiddleton@sacs.k12.in.us (Summit).

3. Submit to coach directly.


** Forms must be filled out in their entirety and noted by the coach or Athletic Department before any athletic participation can occur **

REMEMBER:
Physicals must be performed after 4/1/20.  Make sure to fill out every page completely - including parent/student signatures, insurance provider and member/policy ID#, and student info. The medical professional who performs the physical must also sign the form (stamps are not allowed) and include their address, phone, license # AND date of exam. 


IHSAA Rule 3-10 requires that "Between April 1 and student’s first Practice in preparation for interschool athletic participation, the student shall have a physical examination by, or shall provide certification from, a physician holding an unlimited license to practice medicine, a nurse practitioner or a physician assistant, who shall clear the student for athletic participation using the current IHSAA Preā€Participation Evaluation form."


Walk-in physicals are available at the MinuteClinic inside CVS at Getz and Illinois Road.

  • The physician's (PA or LPN) signature must be hand-written. NO signature stamps will be accepted!
  • The physician's (PA or LPN) signature AND license number must be on page 2.
  • If we receive an IHSAA physical with a stamped doctor's signature, it will not be accepted and considered invalid.

Parents and students must sign at the bottom of page 1 and on page 4 of the physical.