The following information is provided by the Mansfield Middle School:
To: Parents/Guardians of students entering Grade 7 and Grade 8
Students are eligible to try out for Mansfield Middle School sports teams in 7th and 8th grade.
Students who plan to participate in school sports must have the required forms on file prior to tryouts and practices. If you are unable to schedule a sports physical with your child's physician, CVS Minute Clinic or other local Walk-In centers can complete the exam.
Required Forms Include:
- Sports Permission Form-completed by parent/guardian and must list ALL sports for which your child may tryout throughout the school year.
- Sports Participation Health Record-completed and signed by parent/guardian and student
- Physical Exam-Completed by an MD, PA or APRN. Physicals are valid for 2 calendar years and may expire during the school year.
Tryouts early September
Tryouts in November
Tryouts in March
Boys & Girls Soccer
Boys & Girls Basketball
Boys Baseball & Girls Softball
Boys & Girls Cross Country
Boys and Girls Track & Field
Copies of the required forms are available in the MMS health room or can be downloaded from the MMS website @http://www.mansfieldct.gov/mms, under "Health Services".
Information from these forms will be shared with the appropriate coaches so that they can safely supervise your child. If you have any questions or concerns, please call the school office (429-9341) to speak with Mr. Harris or Mrs. Molloy.
STATE REGULATION FOR SPORTS PARTICIPANTS REGARDING MEDICATION:
Student medications (inhaler or EpiPen) from the health room cannot be shared with coaches for use during interscholastic sports. If your child has an authorization for these medications on file in the health room, an additional inhaler or EpiPen must be provided for use during interscholastic sports.
Stan Harris, Athletic Director Karen Molloy, School Nurse