The questions and answers below are provided to help further clarify our paperwork procedures. Of course, if you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact your school nurse or the athletic office. We hope this will simplify the paperwork required for sports participation.
Q. What is the Athletic Sports Registration with FamilyID?
A: FamilyID is a secure registration platform that provides you with a user friendly way to register your athlete for our sports programs and helps us to be more efficient and environmentally responsible. When you first register, the system keeps track of your information in your profile. You enter your information only once for each family for multiple uses and multiple programs.
Q: Will one Athletic Registration cover the entire year for all the sports my child wants to participate in?
A: No. You must register your child in FamilyID for each sport.
Q: Can I fax a physical form to the nurse's office?
A: Yes. The Sodus Jr./Sr. High School nurse's fax number 315-483- 6168
Q: What is the difference between the Athletic Registration form in FamilyID and the Physical Exam Form?
A: A physical form is the form your physician uses to record his findings on the student's health. The physician must sign that form. It is valid for one calendar year. The registration form in FamilyID is a testament by the parent that there has been no change in health status and gives us permission for the student to play the sport at the requested level. It must be filled out for each sport season.
Q: My child's physical will expire during the current sport season. Do I need to get a new physical in order to complete the sport?
A: No. If the physical exam is valid on the first day of the sport season, it is valid for the entire season.
Q: My child has medications in the nurse's office, will they have access to it for sports after school?
A: No. This is the responsibility of the parent, child and coach. Health office personnel are not available after school.