Health care providers in the state are experiencing changing demands to deal with COVID-19. These changes are causing them to postpone most, if not all, non-essential wellness and maintenance visits. Most of them are planning changes to last until July.
The NSAA SMAC unanimously recommended to the NSAA board that Pre-Participation Physical Examinations (PPE) for the 2019-2020 school year be acceptable for the 2020-2021 seasons. This recommendation would be for a one-year exemption only and would not include incoming freshmen. They continue to recommend that students visit their primary care providers for the PPE.
You can read the entire article here.
What does this mean?
Incoming Sophomore-Senors do not need a physical form for this incoming 2020-2021 school year (only if you had one completed last year).
Incoming Freshmen, 7th Graders, and new incoming students: you will need an NSAA Activity Physical signed and returned to school before August 10.
Print the NSAA Consent and Physical forms here.