Physicals and Online Eligibility Forms
**All Student-Athletes will need a current physical dated AFTER April 1, 2021 to be eligible for sports for the 2021-22 school year.
2021-22 IHSAA PHYSICAL FORM (4 pages)
Athletic Eligibility Online Form – 2021-2022
Consent to Treat – Parkview Sports Medicine
FOR THE 2021-22 SCHOOL YEAR
Physicals must be obtained AFTER APRIL 1, 2021 to be valid for the 2021-2022 school year.
5TH & 6TH GRADE AND WHITKO JR/SR HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES: YOUR PHYSICAL AND ONLINE PAPERWORK MUST BE COMPLETED BY JULY 6TH TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY SUMMER SPORTS PRACTICES, CONDITIONING, TRYOUTS, ETC.
Whitko High School will NOT be holding a sports physical night this year. Athletes who will be in Grades 6-12 for the 2021-22 school year MUST obtain a physical form from their doctor or a doctor at a medical facility of their choosing. Please be sure to take the IHSAA Physical Evaluation form to your physical appointment. (Print off using link above or pick the physical form up in the athletic office.)
Please be sure to have parent and athlete signatures on Pages 1 and 4 of the physical form and also the insurance information completed.
Questions? Contact the Whitko Athletic Office, 260-723-5146.
To be eligible to participate in practices, conditioning, games, etc., we REQUIRE the following three parts listed below to be completed and the necessary forms on file with the Athletic Office:
- Part I: 2021-22 IHSAA PHYSICAL FORM
This form is to be signed by a PHYSICIAN OR A NURSE PRACTITIONER. Parent and student signatures are also required on this form. This regulation is made by IHSAA. This form is 4 pages in length.(click on IHSAA Physical Form above to see link) Please turn this form into the Athletic Office.
- Part II: Athletic Eligibility Online Form – 2021-22
The athletic eligibility form includes the Code of Conduct, SCA (Sudden Cardiac Arrest), Concussion Information, Pay to Participate form, and Emergency Contacts. Part II (Athletic Eligibility Form) will be submitted electronically only. Electronic version must be submitted in the presence of student athlete(s) AND parent.
- Part III: CONSENT TO TREAT – A Parkview Sports Medicine form which needs to be completed and turned into the Athletic Office. (see above link)