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INTERSCHOLASTIC SPORTS at TVMHS
- FALL: Soccer, Golf
- WINTER: Basketball
- SPRING: Baseball, Softball, Track & Field
- Athletic Digest
- Frequently Asked Questions: For Parents Changes in Health Clearance for School-Aged Sports
- Know the Signs of Concussion
- Concussion Fact Sheet ages 11-13
- Concussion Fact Sheet ages 14 - 18
- CDC Concussion Information - Required for participation in sports; you will sign off that you are familiar with this information on the "Athletic Release Form"
- Time Management for Student Athletes
- NCAA Athletic Eligibility Guidelines
- New Middle and High School Academic Eligibility Requirements
Forms to be returned prior to participating in athletics at TVMHS:
- Athletic Release Form
- Substance and Alcohol Abstention Agreement
please first read: Rules Prohibiting Drug, Alcohol and Tobacco Use
- Well Exam Form
TWIN VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS LETTER TO FAMILIES
If you wish your student to participate in athletic activities sponsored by the school it is necessary that you fill in the attached permission slip, insurance information, and health information. These forms should be returned to the head coach or AD as soon as possible. Students will not be allowed to participate until all of these forms have been returned. Once all paperwork has been signed and returned to the school we assume that your permission has been granted for your child to participate in any school sponsored athletic activity throughout the year, unless otherwise notified in writing.
As most of you know, despite all precautions, injuries occur in athletics. Most of these are minor cuts, bruises, and sprains which result in little or no restrictions on a students ability to attend school, and complete assigned work, or even participate in athletics. True catastrophic injuries are extremely rare especially among students participating in the sports offered at Twin Valley HS. We make every effort to see that coaches and athletes are properly trained and that equipment and facilities are safe.
In spite of our best efforts though, it is possible that serious injury can occur. Broken bones and concussions may happen in contact sports. Although extremely rare and found most often in sports such as football, there are cases of injury that result in paralysis.
Our intent is not to scare you or dissuade you from allowing your child to play sports. We simply want you to make an informed decision in this regard. If you would like further information or would like to discuss this matter further please contact the coach or athletic director.
Prior to participation in interscholastic athletics, each student must have had a Well Exam every year. Well Exams or Physicals are no longer provided by the school. If you are aware of any medical reason that may restrict your child's participation, please do not sign the permission slip. Please call the coach regarding any medical restrictions.
All students participating in athletics must be covered by accident insurance. The opportunity to purchase school group accident insurance is provided. These forms are available from the coach or main office. You may cover your child with your own private accident insurance. Please fill out the information on the attached form indicating which type of insurance your child is covered by.
Every effort is made to supply participants with proper equipment, good uniforms, and qualified coaching. No charge to the student is made for this equipment, however, we do require a uniform deposit. All school issued equipment must be returned within one week after the close of the season or the initial uniform deposit will be kept by the school. Anyone not returning equipment loaned to them will be ineligible for the following season.
Thank you for your cooperation. Have a great experience!