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JV and Varsity Spring Sports

Practice Starts Monday 4/19.  See the Spring Sports Schedule here. 

High School Spring Sports Clearance

Wildcat Athletics is offering the following HS Sports this Spring:

Baseball, Softball, Golf, Boys Tennis, Boys and Girls Lacrosse, Boys and Girls Track and Field

Sign-up/Submission Information for Spring Sports:

  • If you are interested in signing up for a HS spring sports, please use the link below to submit your application to the nurse for medical clearance by Friday, April 2, 2021. 

Spring Sports Health Clearance

  • The online submission process will be open Monday 3/22/21. You must submit by April 2 to ensure you are cleared to try out April 19th!
  • All practices at WHS begin Monday April 19th, 2021.

Training will be outdoors with some practice time indoors. Appropriate safety measures will prevail: masks, distancing, sanitizing of hands and disinfecting equipment.

 

New Athletic Return to Play Protocol:

If your child is returning to Athletics and has had a recent or past history of a positive COVID test, positive COVID Antibody test or the Department of Health has stated they were presumed positive for COVID, please see the Return to Athletics Protocol for safe transition to competitive sports and bring the attached packet to your health care provider for clearance. 

 Return to Athletics Protocol 

Frequently used Medical Forms related to Sports Clearance can be found here:

Health Forms Required from Nurses Office for Athletic Clearance

 

 

Middle School Spring Sports Clearance

Wildcat Athletics is offering the following Modified Sports this Spring:

Baseball, Softball, Boys & Girls Lacrosse, Boys & Girls Outdoor Track & Field

 

Sign-up/Submission Information for Spring Sports:

  • If you are interested in signing up for a MS spring sport, please use the link below to submit your application to the MS nurse for medical clearance.

Spring Sports Health Clearance

    • The online submission process will be open Monday 3/29/21. You must submit by April 14 to ensure you are cleared to try out April 26th!
  • All practices at WHS begin Monday April 26th, 2021.

Training will be outdoors with some practice time indoors. Appropriate safety measures will prevail: masks, distancing, sanitizing of hands and disinfecting equipment.

 

New Athletic Return to Play Protocol:

If your child is returning to Athletics and has had a recent or past history of a positive COVID test, positive COVID Antibody test or the Department of Health has stated they were presumed positive for COVID, please see the Return to Athletics Protocol for safe transition to competitive sports and bring the attached packet to your health care provider for clearance. 

Return to Athletics Protocol

Frequently used Medical Forms related to Sports Clearance can be found here:

Health Forms Required from Nurses Office for Athletic Clearance

 

Athletics Screening Form

Students, Coaches and Staff: Please fill out this form before coming to practice if you did not already complete one  for the day.

Daily Athletics Form

Visitors

  Please print out this form on the day of the athletic event you are attending, answer the questions and bring it to the gate check-in at Westlake High School. You will be required to submit this form upon entering the campus. Only two family members per athlete are permitted to attend home events.

Print out your Spectator Health Screening Form here.

 

Consent Form for Rapid Covid Testing

Effective the week of November 16, 2020, New York State began to require that schools in designated Yellow Zones that wish to remain open for in-person learning conduct random COVID-19 testing.  Within a given Yellow Zone, it is required that 20% of in-person students, faculty and staff be randomly tested over the two week period immediately following the designation.  The Mount Pleasant Central School District is prepared to offer COVID-19 testing to students, faculty and staff in order to remain open for in-person learning if Hawthorne or Thornwood postal codes are designated a Yellow Zones.  

In order for students to participate in the COVID-19 testing protocol, parental consent is required.  Please complete the linked consent form, which will indicate your preference:

  • Tested without the parent present;
  • Tested with the parent present.

You can return your consent form in one of two ways:

  • Print, sign and scan the form to mtimms@mtplcsd.org
  • Print, sign and place in a sealed envelope and return it to the school nurse clearly labeled on the envelope “Covid-19 Testing Consent Form.”

If you have provided consent to test your child without your presence and your child is randomly selected as part of the 20% in-person population, a parent will be notified via email with specific information on logistics of how the test administration will occur during the school day.  

If you have provided consent to test your child with your presence only and your child is randomly selected as part of the 20% in-person population, a parent will be notified via email with a designated time/location on campus when testing is available outside of school hours.  It will be important that parents adhere to their appointment times and locations so that mandatory social distancing and other health measures may be preserved at all times. 

Following the administration of the test, you will be notified of a positive result only by telephone, no later than the end of the same day.  If you do not receive a phone call by the end of the day which you are tested, you can presume that your child’s test was negative. The results of the rapid antigen test are strictly confidential.  The school district will only report the test results to the New York State Department of Health through the Electronic Clinical Laboratory Reporting System (ECLRS), as required by the state for purposes of documentation of the required testing. 

If you have any questions regarding the district testing process, you should contact Ms. Donna Pirro, Director of Health, Physical Education and Athletics at dpirro@mtplcsd.org.

 

Return to Athletics After Covid Protocol

If your child is returning to Athletics and has had a recent or past history of a positive COVID test, positive COVID Antibody test or the Department of Health has stated they were presumed positive for COVID, please see the Return to Athletics Protocol for safe transition to competitive sports and bring the attached packet to your health care provider for clearance. 

 Return to Play Packet for your Healthcare Provider