Sports Clearance Process

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New online sports registration starts August 14

Registering students for athletics is now easier than ever. The Olympia School District has partnered with FamilyID, a secure online registration platform that is a user-friendly way to register students for middle and high school sports.

Fall 2019 sports clearance starts online for all middle and high school students on Wednesday, August 14.

When a family registers through FamilyID, the system keeps track of the information in a FamilyID profile. This allows information to be entered one time for multiple seasons, multiple family members and multiple programs.

Athletic clearance forms in Spanish will continue to be available on this webpage.

To register for fall sports, please visit the Sports Clearance Process webpage on each of the four middle school and two comprehensive high school websites. Direct links to those pages, including instructions for completing the online sports clearance process, are below:

 


If unable to complete the online sports registration process, please download, fill out, sign and return the sports clearance forms below to your child's school office/athletic office.


For translation into other languages (not listed below) please contact your school office.


Physical Exam: REQUIRED ANNUALLY

Physical examinations are required for all interscholastic sports participants, including the activities of drill/dance/cheer squads. Verification of a physical examination must be submitted, at the time of clearance, on a form provided by the District and signed by a medical professional licensed to perform physical examinations. Certification for participation will be valid for a 13-month period from the date of the examination.

 


 

Sports-Specific Safety Guidelines (New form required for each sport)

 

 


 

Supplemental Forms

 

Transportation Forms

At times, school district transportation may not be available. In these cases, parents may choose to allow their child to drive or a parent can drive.

 

  • Volunteer Driver Acknowledgement Form (English) (Spanish) (To be completed if a parent or student will be a volunteer driver for students).
  • Athletic Event Transportation Passenger Form (English) (Spanish) To be completed and signed by parents of students who will be transported by a volunteer driver)

 

To be considered as a volunteer driver of students, this form must be completed and accepted by the school each season.

Transferring Students

After registering with and/or attending a middle or high school, students changing enrollment from one school district to another school district or from one high school to another within the same district are, by WIAA rule, a transfer student. In order to become eligible for varsity competition, transferring students must complete the following form and meet the all WIAA and OSD residence requirements.

Transfer Student Athlete (English) (Spanish) (To be completed by students who are or have transferred to Capital or Olympia High School within the last year)

 

WIAA Eligibility Forms

Students who access Home-Based Instruction, Running Start at the community colleges or Alternative Education programs may find themselves on a different academic calendar from their public school counterparts for WIAA academic eligibility. The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) has provided the following forms for students applying for WIAA eligibility. 

 

Home-Based Instruction 

Running Start 

Alternative Education programs