Note to Middle School Athletes Preparing for Participation
The following 3 steps must be completed in order to be eligible to participate in Middle School Football.
- Register online at FamilyID.com (Click Here) Athletes will need to register thru FamilyID online at FamilyID.com for all sports. Current FamilyID account holders can log into their account and click on the Register for Sports link. New members must create an account on Family ID before they can register.
- Current Physical - A physical is considered "current" if it is within 2 years of the current season. Example: If an athlete comes out for a fall sport in 2017 and the physical date is 9/13/15, that athlete will need an updated form. If the physical is dated 11/15/17 the athlete will not be required to produce a current physical for football, but will need one if they want to play a winter sport. With the exception of the physical form, all forms are now submitted online at FamilyID. Physical Form - Most physician offices will use their own electronic form. The form must state the patient is cleared for sports and have a physician's signature. You can download our PHYSICAL FORM if your doctor cannot provide one. Physical forms can be returned to the High School Athletic Office by fax, 603-371-0393 or brought to the Athletic Department.
- Current Baseline ImPact test - An ImPact Test is considered "current" if it is within 2 years of the current season. See Example for Current Physical above for clarification as the policy for Current Physical is the same for the ImPact Test.
There is no fee for this test. Test is administered during the week of the designated First Practice Day of each season. ImPact testing and Athlete Registration will be the day before the first practice. Specific time and date is listed on the Middle School Football home page under the fall sports section on the convalathletics website. All Middle Schoolers interested in playing MS Football need to register on the posted date and time. Make-up times are limited. For more information about the ImPact Test (Click Here).