Athletic Participation Forms
Athletic paperwork and fee must be turned in to the Athletics and Activities office before a student-athlete is cleared to participate in sports. (The office is open from 7am-3:30pm Monday through Friday.) All paperwork and fee must be turned in prior to the first day of practice. Once all paperwork and fee are turned in, student-atheltes will receive a PRACTICE PERMIT that is to be given to the coach on the first day of practice/tryouts. Students may not practice/tryout unless they give this permit to their coach.
¡ Boys'/Girls' Track & Field – March 4th
¡ Softball – March 11th
¡ Girls' Soccer – March 18th
¡ Boys’ Golf – March 25th
¡ Boys’ Tennis – March 25th
¡ Baseball – May 15th
Request and Release for Private Transportation Form:
Download this form to transport your student to or from events attended with the team. This form must be given to the coach before one leaves or arrives to a competition not on district provided transportation. This is a revised form and does not need an administrative signature .
WIAA Physical or Alternate Year Card:
The WIAA requires every student-athlete to obtain a sports physical every other school year. On alternate years an alternate year card is to be filled out by the parent/guardian. This form (either Physical or Alternate) will be turned in ONCE per school year. Please note that the WIAA physical year begins on April 1st. Any physicals after April 1st are valid through the entire following school year.
Athletic and Activity Handbook- Code of Conduct:
The Athetic/Activity Handbook is a parent and participant agreement. Please read and sign the last page. This form is required ONCE per school year.
Emergency Information Form:
The Emergency Information Form will provide necessary information to the athetic office and coaches in the event a student-athlete is injured while participating in athletics. This form is required for EVERY SPORT a student-athlete participates in.
Student-Athlete and Parent Concussion Management Plan Agreement Form:
The Athlete and Parent Concussion Management Plan Agreement Form states that both student-athlete and parent-guardian have read the Franklin Public Schools Concussion Management Plan and have been informed of the signs, symptoms, and risks of a sport-related concussion. This form is required for EVERY SPORT a student-athlete participates in.
Athletic Participation Fees:
2012-2013 School Year
Athletics - $50
Activities - $35
Please note there is a $100 individual and $150 family fee cap per school year. Please contact the Athletic & Activities Office if you feel your family has reached the cap.