In order to participate in athletics at Lewis Mills High School, student athletes must:
1) have an updated physical exam on file with the school nurse and
2) be registered each athletic season on ArbiterSports (formerly FamilyID).
Physical exams must be submitted to the Lewis Mills School Nurse's office prior to participation in a sport (they are not given to the coach). The completed form can be brought to the nurse's office in person or can be uploaded during the registration process.
Physical exams must be current - they are valid for 13 months from the date of the physical - and must be signed by the physician. The form needed can be accessed here.
If the physical examination expires during the course of the season, a new exam must be completed and submitted to the nurse in order to be allowed to continue participating after the expiration date.
Coaches are updated daily on player registration and status of physical examinations. If a player shows up to the first day of tryouts without having submitted a physical to the nurse, or with their physical form in hand, they will NOT be permitted to participate.
Registering Using ArbiterSports (formerly FamilyID)
All Lewis Mills Athletic registration is completed through ArbiterSports. The profile you create keeps track of the information entered so that it is completed only once for multiple uses, multiple family members, and multiple programs. At the beginning of each sport season, you will register your child using the ArbiterSports registration link for that season.
If this is your first time registering with ArbiterSports, it will be helpful to have the following information handy to allow for accurate completion of your online registration:
- Health Insurance information
- Physician's name and phone number
- Name and Phone number of Emergency Contacts
For further assistance using ArbiterSports, click here.