Online Sports Registration for Grades 6 - 8
ATHLETIC RESPONSIBILITY AND REGISTRATION 2019/2020
Available sports for 6th Grade: Wrestling & Track
Available sports for 7th and 8th Grade: Football, Boys and Girls Basketball, Girls Volley Ball,
Wrestling and Boys and Girls Track

A STUDENT SHALL NOT PARTICIPATE IN ANY PRACTICE SESSION OR CONTEST UNTIL THIS ONLINE REGISTRATION FORM HAS BEEN COMPLETED. YOUR ATHLETE MUST ALSO PROVIDE A VALID SPORTS PHYSICAL AND HEALTH APPRASIAL dated on or after April 15, 2019 with physician's stamp and signature.

ATHLETE MUST GIVE THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS TO THE COACH AT THE FIRST PRACTICE.

If you have more than one child participating in athletics you are required to register each child separately.

It is only necessary to register your athlete once per school year.

The Clarkston School District has instituted a pay-to-participate fee for athletics. The fee for the 2019/2020 school year for grades 6th through 8th is $200.

Parents/Guardians of the student-athlete: You can pay your student's pay to participate fee on-line through EFunds at the end of this registration form. Please print a copy of your EFund receipt and turn into the coach for payment verification. This fee may also be paid with a check/money order made payable to Clarkston Community Schools and given directly to the coach.

EFund payment site can also be found on the Clarkston Community Schools Athletics website.

I understand that the fee I am paying does not guarantee playing time or control over any conditions of the team, and is not refundable unless an injury takes place which disallows participation. A doctor’s authorization letter must be submitted with a request for refund. If the injury takes place after the midpoint of the scheduled season, no refund will be granted. I also understand that paying a fee does not alter Clarkston Board of Education Student Policies, Michigan High School Athletic Association regulations, the District Athletic Code, and individual team rules.

ATTENTION: If your athlete registered a sports physical and health appraisal during the summer of 2019 with Community Ed to participate in Cheer, Chiefs, Cross Country, Football camp or Lacrosse it is your responsibility to obtain copies and present to the appropriate interscholastic Clarkston Community Schools athletic coach. Fees paid to Community Ed for these programs do not apply to Clarkston Community School’s interscholastic sports teams.
For NON-TRYOUT Sports: Football, Wrestling, Track
Due at first day of conditioning:

Sports physicals and health appraisal should be given directly to the coach. If the athlete does not have it, they will not be able to practice.

Completion of the online registration form with all of the required signatures from the parent/guardian/athlete.
$200 for 6, 7 and 8th grade yearly pay-to-participate fee. Payment options include: online Efund, check or money order made payable to: Clarkston Schools. Checks should be given to the coach on the first day of practice.

For TRYOUT Sports: Basketball, Volleyball
Due on first day of practice/tryouts:

Sports physicals and health appraisal should be given directly to the coach. If the athlete does not have it, they will not be able to practice and/or tryout.

Completion of the online registration form with all of the required signatures from parent/guardian/athlete.

DUE FIRST DAY AFTER TEAM IS CHOSEN:
$200 for 6, 7 and 8th grade yearly pay-to-participate fee. Payment options include: online Efund, check or money order made payable to: Clarkston Community Schools. This should be given to the coach on the first day of practice after team selection has been completed.
CONSENT FOR TRANSPORTATION
I hereby give my son/daughter, permission to:

Be transported by bus to games, tournaments and competitions when possible.
Leave from athletic contests with a parent, relative, or authorized adult.
Accompany the team as a member on its out-of-town trips.
This authorization is in effect for the entire school year.

I understand that the ability of coaches and other school officials to properly supervise students may be impaired when students are not under their direct control. I agree that coaches should not be held accountable when students who are authorized to use alternative means of transportation do so. I understand that coaches reserve their right to refuse requests by players to leave their teams if, in the coaches’ opinion, it serves the best interest of the individual or the program. I agree to release the Clarkston School District, its employees, and officers from all liability with reference to the above stated transportation.
EQUIPMENT FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Each athlete in the Clarkston Community Schools is responsible for the athletic equipment issued to them by the Athletic Department. This equipment is to be worn only for practice, coach designated demonstration, or school competitions in the sport for which it was issued. It is not to be worn at other times.

This equipment represents a large expenditure of money by the Athletic Department and is to be returned to the coach upon completion of the sport season (within one week). If the equipment is LOST, STOLEN OR NOT RETURNED, the athlete will be held responsible for the replacement cost of the equipment.
ATHLETIC CODE OF CONDUCT
Clarkston Community Schools firmly believes that, in order to have a successful athletic program, rules must be established that will allow athletes to perform to the best of their ability. Therefore, please review with your son/daughter our Athletic Code of Conduct.
The Athletic Code of Conduct is available in the Athletic Office and at: www.clarkston.k12.mi.us (Go to Schools; Clarkston High School; Athletics; Athletic Code of Conduct). By electronically signing this online registration form, parents/guardians and students are acknowledging that they have read the Athletic Code of Conduct.
NCAA CLEARINGHOUSE
It is the responsibility of the athlete and his/her parents/guardians to register with the NCAA Clearinghouse if he/she plans to play collegiate sports at the Division I or II level. The athlete and his/her parents/guardians is also responsible for ensuring that he/she meets the eligibility requirements for Division I or II participation. Register at www.eligibilitycenter.org .
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