Physicals & Transportation Information
- STUDENT ATHLETE AND PARENT HANDBOOK
- ATHLETIC CLEARANCE PLEASE READ
- 2019-2020 PHYSICALS
- MANDATORY NEW ATHLETE AND PARENT MEETING
- VOLUNTEER PARENT DRIVERS
- TRANSFER ELIGIBILITY
- ATHLETIC SPORTS PARTICIPATION EVALUATION
2/1/18 1:14 PM - Erin Aitken
Any athlete competing in any school sponsored summer athletic program must have an updated physical to participate. A physical is valid from May 1st -April 30 of a calendar year. Also, any returning fall or winter athlete should get their physicals during the scheduled May physicals offered at Lodi High School.
Approximately two-six weeks prior to the season, respective coaches will announce times and places for informational and sign-up meetings in the school bulletin. It is important that prospective athletes attend these meetings and sign-up, so that all paperwork can be verified, and athletic eligibility can be determined prior to the first day of try-outs. It is the responsibility of the student-athlete to complete the on-line clearance per season of sport so that eligibility can be determined and return signed confirmation form, physical form, and copy of medical insurance. Student-athletes who miss scheduled try-outs because of incomplete on-line clearance or lack of physical exam may miss the opportunity to try-out.
All incoming freshmen are automatically eligible to participate at the beginning of Fall Sports. Each subsequent grading period will determine athletic eligibility. All students must maintain a 2.0 Grade Point Average with no more than one F grade in each grading period.
Before starting practices/try-outs ALL NEW ATHLETES must attend the MANDATORY NEW ATHLETE and PARENT meeting. A meeting will be scheduled the WEDNESDAY prior to a sports season beginning. Please check the school bulletin or website for dates and times.
The Athletic Department is anxious that returning and incoming student-athletes get off to a positive start with both their academic and athletic careers. If we can answer any questions, or offer any encouragement, please call us at 331-7666, or drop by our office located in the South Gym and meet us.
Robert Winterhalter, LHS Athletic Director
Stayci Barnhart, Athletic Secretary
Lodi High School is now On-Line for all athletic clearance. Please visit www.AthleticClearance.com to register your athlete for participation in athletics for the 2019-2020 school year.
You will still be required to turn in the following four items to the Athletic Department for FINAL CLEARANCE and upon completion a pink card will be issued to the student.
Confirmation message provided from Athletic Clearance signed by parent and student
Physical form signed by physician dated after May 1, 2019
Copy of medical insurance card
Authorizations for Medical Consent for Services
All Athletes must have a current physical and proof of medical insurance on file with the Athletic Department in order to participate on a sports team.
Per the California Education Code, each student participating in athletic programs must provide proof of medical insurance for accidental injuries. If a student needs coverage to participate, he/she may purchase coverage through Pacific Educators. Parents can log on to http://www.peinsurance.com/signup Students who purchase football coverage only are not covered for other sports. If a student is playing multiple sports it is best to purchase the 24 hour plan. If you have any other questions please call 1-800-722-3365.
LODI HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS
ALL VOLUNTEER DRIVERS FOR SPORTING EVENTS MUST COMPLETE THE VOLUNTEER VEHICLE USAGE FORM PRIOR TO TRANSPORTING ANY STUDENT-ATHLETES. ALL FORMS ARE DUE TO THE ATHLETICS OFFICE AND MUST BE RENEWED EACH YEAR.
Log onto CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Website for additional information regarding Transfer Eligibility www.cifsjs.org
VALID CHANGE OF ADDRESS
A valid change of address from one school attendance area to another school's attendance area by the parents or legal guardians with whom the student is living when the student established residential eligibility at the prior school (Complete Form 206)
CHANGING SCHOOLS/ SOP (Sit out Period)
If you change schools and your parent(s) or legal guardians (with whom residential eligibility was initially established) do not move to the attendance area of your new school, you could have restricted eligibility with a mandated Sit Out Period. (Complete Form 207 and 510)
FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENTS
A foreign exchange student is an international student who attends high school in the United States and is enrolled in a CIF approved foreign exchange program (Complete Forms 510 and Foreign Student Request For Athletic Eligibility)
All new transfer students must check in with the Athletic Director at the beginning of their enrollment.
At the conclusion of your season, please complete the participation evaluation. Thank you!
Click on the link below.