All student-athletes are required to have their medical clearance forms on file before trying out, practicing or competing for any team. This process has two steps:
Please do not use this form for head injuries/concussions. Instead, use the Physician Note to School form under the Concussion section below.
Heads Up: Reducing the risk of head and neck injuries in football
Head Injury Homecare Instructions
CIF Return-to-Learn Protocol
CIF Post-Concussion School Accomodations
CIF Return-to-Play Protocol
CIF Post-Incident Physician Note to School Form
CIF Head Injury/Concussion Information Sheet
CIF Fact Sheet for Student-Athletes
CIF Fact Sheet for Parents
For more information regarding concussions, please visit the CIF's website.
Sudden Cardiac Arrest
For more information on sudden cardiac arrest and AEDs, please visit the CIF's website.
Most on-site athletic events will be covered by an athletic trainer and provided access to water and ice for injuries. These sports include: girls and boys volleyball, girls and boys basketball, football and wrestling. If you would like to arrange for treatment for a student-athlete, please contact the head athletic trainer, Mr. Oscar Melero, ahead of time at 415.775.6626 ext. 788 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Due to the numerous off-campus sites for outdoor sports, an athletic trainer may not be present for all events. These sites have limited or no access to water or ice for injuries, so we strongly suggest visiting teams bring water, injury ice and a first aid kit. Again, if you would like to arrange for treatment for a student-athlete please contact Mr. Oscar Melero ahead of time.