Playing Sports at Shawnee High School:
Step 3 of 3: Submit Your Child's Physical Paperwork
All student athletes must submit either proof of a yearly physical exam, or a health history update, prior to the start of the playing season. Physical exams are valid for one year only. Please read below for assistance in determining which form you will need to submit:
If your child's last exam is dated more than 365 days from the first day of practice for the sport which he or she wishes to play, then your child will need to have an updated physical exam and have the following form completed by his or her physician.** Please click the link below to access the Preparticipation Physical Evaluation Form. The link will open to a third party website.
If your child has a valid yearly exam on file, but the exam is dated more than 90 days from the first day of practice for the sport which he or she wishes to play, then you (as the parent/guardian,) must complete the Health History Update questionnare. Please click the link below to access the Health History Update Questionnaire. The link will open to a third party website.
What are the due dates to submit my child's physical paperwork?
For the 2019-2020 school year, please be sure to submit your child's physical paperwork by the due dates below:
Physicals are due to the Athletic Trainer by Wednesday, August 7, 2019.
Swimming and Bowling physicals are due by Monday, November 4, 2019.
Basketball, Wrestling, Indoor Track and Cheer/Dance are due by Monday, November 18, 2019.
Physicals are due to the Athletic Trainer by Monday, March 2, 2020.
Where does my child drop off the physical paperwork?
All paperwork should be dropped off in the main office of Shawnee High School. The Athletic Trainer has a dedicated mail bin located on the counter area in the main office. Paperwork should be left in the bottom bin, and the person dropping off the paperwork should also sign and date the clipboard which is next to the Athletic Trainer's bin.
The physical examination MUST be completed by a health care provider who has completed the Student Athlete Cardiac Assessment Professional Development Module.