Power Outage Cancels Longfellow Literacy Boost on July 18
Power Outage Cancels Longfellow Literacy Boost on July 18

Due to an electrical outage at Longfellow Elementary School, Literacy Boost at Longfellow is canceled for Thursday, July 18 only. There will be no busing from Longfellow to the Boys and Girls Club and YMCA. There will also be no breakfast or lunch served at Longfellow. The program, busing and meals will resume at Longfellow on Monday, July 22 as scheduled.  

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Eligibility Requirements
According to the Eau Claire Area School District Middle School Athletic Policy, THE FOLLOWING OBLIGATIONS MUST BE TAKEN CARE OF BEFORE ATHLETES ARE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE OR PLAY.  All participants must register through the Northstar Middle School Athletic Office prior to the beginning of each season.
The following eligibility requirements are mandatory of all athletes.
 
  1.  Athletes must have a current green Physical Card on file with the Northstar Athletic Director’s Office.  This card is available at Northstar or at your local doctor’s office.  This card must have the date of your physical examination (must be within the last two years) and it must have the signature of the health care provider who performed the exam, and the signature of your parent/guardian.  No student will be allowed to practice or participate in any Middle School Athletic Activity until this card is properly filled-out and returned to the Athletic Director!
 **The signatures on this card also indicate that parent and athlete have seen, read, understand, and will comply with the provisions of the Eau Claire School District Middle School Athletic Code.  If you plan to play any sport at Northstar, be sure to read the Athletic Code, and share it with your parents/guardians.  The Athletic Code is linked on our school web page under Athletics or a copy is available upon request.
According to the Eau Claire Area School District Middle School Athletic Policy, THE FOLLOWING OBLIGATIONS MUST BE TAKEN CARE OF BEFORE ATHLETES ARE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE OR PLAY.  All participants must register through the Northstar Middle School Athletic Office prior to the beginning of each season.

The following eligibility requirements are mandatory of all athletes.
 
  1.  Athletes must have a current green Physical Card on file with the Northstar Athletic Director’s Office.  This card is available at Northstar or at your local doctor’s office.  This card must have the date of your physical examination (must be within the last two years) and it must have the signature of the health care provider who performed the exam, and the signature of your parent/guardian.  No student will be allowed to practice or participate in any Middle School Athletic Activity until this card is properly filled-out and returned to the Athletic Director!
 **The signatures on this card also indicate that parent and athlete have seen, read, understand, and will comply with the provisions of the Eau Claire School District Middle School Athletic Code.  If you plan to play any sport at Northstar, be sure to read the Athletic Code, and share it with your parents/guardians.  The Athletic Code is linked on our school web page under Athletics or a copy is available upon request.Parent-Athlete-Agreement.pdf
 
  1. Athletes must complete a Concussion Acknowledgement form.  No student will be allowed to practice or participate in any Middle School Athletic Activity until this form is properly filled-out and returned to the Athletic Director!                                                               
  2. Athletes must complete an Emergency Travel Form.  These forms are available at Northstar and will require your medical insurance information and the athlete and parent/guardian signatures.                                                                                                   
  3. Athletes must complete a Fee Payment form and make the required payment.  You can pay each season or for your convenience you can pay for all seasons at one time.
  4.  ImPACT (Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing) is the most-widely used and most scientifically validated computerized concussion evaluation system.  ImPACT provides trained clinicians with neurocognitive assessment tools and services that have been medically accepted as state-of-the-art best practices -- as part of determining safe return to play decisions.
Athletes have the option to complete a “video game” like computerized exam early in the season.  This exam provides a baseline to the athletes brain which is invaluable to medical professionals should a concussion occur.
ImPACT-Consent-Form.pdf