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Parents of Nipomo HS Student-Athletes:

The NHS Family ID clearance registration (click to go to site) for the 2020-21 school year is now available. Instructions for NEW & RETURNING parents are posted below.

If you need assistance with registration at anytime, contact FamilyID at: support@familyid.com or phone (888) 800-5583 x1.


If you are taking your student-athlete to complete a physical for the 2020-21 school year, PRINT OUT the 2020-21 Sports Physical Form (click on link to access). After you print, bring the 2020-21 Physical form with you to your physician for completion. 

 

HOW TO TURN IN YOUR PHYSICALS FOR 2020:

NEW THIS YEAR:  Due to concerns around COVID-19 and the safety of our student-athletes, after your physician completes the form, please scan the form or take clear photos of BOTH SIDES of the physical form and email those images to Assistant Athletic Director Philip Deichler at philip.deichler@lmusd.org


Completed forms must be emailed and verified by the Athletics Department and Family ID must be completed BEFORE participation in any athletic practices or contests.

 

Thank you for the support and Go Titans!

 
UPDATE FOR SUMMER 2020, June 30, 2020
 
NHS/CCNTHS Athletics Families,
 
Please read the message below from our LMUSD Superintendent, Andy Stenson, for explanation as to why our return to practicing plan was denied on Friday at the County Health Department.  Feel free to send me an email with further questions.  Finally, I will continue to message out when I have more information. 
 
Thanks,
 
Russ Edwards
Athletic Director
Nipomo High School 
 
Superintendent Stenson's Message
 
The Lucia Mar Board of Education, District Leadership, and School Site Leadership are unanimous in the desire to return to limited, safe athletic conditioning as soon as possible. We all understand the benefit to our students from being outdoors, exercising, and re-establishing routines and goals. Unfortunately, based on guidance from the California Department of Public Health, the County of San Luis Obispo Public Health Department will not allow a return to athletics to SLO County Schools at this time. We respect their decision, and will continue to be in close contact with their offices with the hope of gaining permission to restart as soon as possible. We understand that some Santa Maria area schools have restarted, however, as they are under a different public agency, they have received different guidance. We appreciate your patience as we continue to plan for, and ultimately implement, a safe and beneficial program for our student athletes.
 
Andy Stenson