Physical Exam Permit
A student may not participate in interscholastic athletics (practice or competition) until the school has a W.I.A.A. Examination or Alternate Year Permit Card that attests to the student’s physical fitness (as determined by a licensed physician). All Freshmen and Juniors MUST have a physical exam before participating in a sport at WAUNAKEE HIGH SCHOOL. Any Sophomore or Senior without a physical card on file will also need a physical. If a W.I.A.A. physical card is on file from their previous year (Freshmen or Junior), the W.I.A.A. Parent Permission Card needs to be filled out and signed by a parent or guardian.
A physical examination taken April 1 and thereafter is valid for the following two school years; a physical examination taken before April 1 is only valid for the remainder of that school year and the following school year.
a. The student may get a W.I.A.A. Physical Examination Permit card for a coach or the activity director’s office, or at the Waunakee medical clinics.
b. Complete the physical exam and return the card to the activity director’s office with all of the information properly filled in and signed by your parent or guardian.