In response to cutting back on the collection of paperwork, HCPSS has decided to allow families to submit the necessary documents to participate in HS Athletics via HCPSS Connect. Paperwork can still be submitted as we have done for years but we are hoping that many families will take advantage of this online submission process.
Online registration for 2018 athletics will be available beginning June 1 via HCPSS Connect using this link: http://www.hcpss.org/connect/
When attempting to submit online, we have been told to make sure Pop Ups are Allowed and use parents account for Connect
Please, make sure Physicals have all signatures (Parent/Guardian, Athlete, and Physician) before scanning and uploading.
Utility (BGE, Potomac Edison, Sun City,...Water, Cable/Satellite are allowed)
**No Cell Phone Bills will be accepted**
Parents will be able to fill out required forms, upload physicals and proof of residency, and more. For more information, please contact your school’s Athletics and Activities manager.
Helpful How to Guide is available at http://www.hcpss.org/f/connect/hcpss-connect-guide-hs-athletic-registration.pdf
The following information will be helpful for any student who plans to try out for, Cheerleading, Cross Country, Field Hockey, Football, Golf, Boys and Girls Soccer, Volleyball, and Allied Soccer.
a. All incoming freshmen are automatically eligible
Concussion testing is no longer mandatory in order to play a sport, however,
if you are interested in going through the baseline testing, please contact our trainer: Jessica Simeone: Jessica.firstname.lastname@example.org
At all Howard County athletic events, we strive to provide a pleasant and safe environment for all spectators and participants. We ask fans to refrain from:
Admission is a privilege to observe a contest, not a license to display insensitive or offensive behavior. Enjoy the event! Be a fan, not a fanatic!
Student athletic policy agreement form for new student athletes.
Agreement for families that acknowledge HCPSS may administer pre-concussion baseline testing and post-concussion testing after a sports-related injury.
Overview of concussion signs and symptoms that can occur in student athletes.
Physician forms for future student athletes to fill out prior to sport seasons.
Protocols for administration of student medication during school hours along with a medication administration history form for physicians.
Acknowledgement statement and guidelines for identifying and responding to a cardiac arrest scenario.