All physical examinations must take place after May 1, 2022 for a student-athlete to participate in sports at Forest Park High School for the 2020-2021 school year. The examination results, all information, physician's signature, stamp from physician's office, parent's signature, and athlete's signature must be on this form and submitted to the activities office prior to tryouts as well as out of season conditioning. You can access a copy by clicking the blue link above.
Virginia Code 22.1-271.5 requires all student-athletes and their parent/guardian to complete a concussion education program every year. The PWCS On-Line Concussion Training course is designed to be compliant with Virginia Code 22.1-271.5. It is to be completed with parent/guardian and student TOGETHER. Once complete, print completion certificate, have parent/guardian sign, then turn in hard copy to the activities office. NO electronic submissions will be accepted.
Once completed, parent/guardian must sign the bottom of the form on both sides, then turn in hard copy to the activities office. NO electronic submissions will be accepted. New card must be submitted for each sport.
Below Forms are NOT required but may be needed if applicable
Per PWCS Reg 757-5 A Virginia Asthma Action Plan (VAAP) must be completed each school year. The VAAP permits a student with a diagnosis of asthma to possess and self-administer inhaled asthma medications during the school day, at school-sponsored activities, while on a school bus, during any Prince William County Public Schools extended day or overnight field trip, at school age child care (SACC), or other school property provided the following conditions have been satisfied:
Many parents without insurance coverage worry about protecting their children in the event of an illness or injury. Optional student accident insurance is an inexpensive way to provide medical coverage in such events. Student accident insurance is not just for those without health insurance. Optional student accident insurance is a secondary level of coverage for those students who are already covered under a parent or guardian’s primary insurance plan. In such cases, the optional student accident insurance may cover expenses not paid for by the primary insurance plan such as co-pays and other out-of-pocket expenses.