Please circle FOOTBALL on the medical permission form. The physical/ permission form must be dated after June 1st and signed by a physician, parent/guardian, and student. Return your completed medical to the nurse as soon as you go to the doctor.
* In order to participate in Summer Workouts Medical Forms should be completed and turned in by July 4th.
*Completed medical card should be turned into school nurse by August 1st to be cleared by our start date of August 21st.
The nurse will clear you and add you to the FOOTBALL CLEARED LIST. If your name is not on the list, you will not be permitted to participate. If there is a problem with your medical, the medical office will contact you. You must make the proper adjustments or changes determined by the St. Francis Prep Nurse immediately to avoid any delays. Medical documents MUST be completed, turned into the SFP Medical Office prior to being cleared. (Same day Clearence is not likely)
Medical forms will not be accepted by any Football Coaches or moderators.
Parents please be sure you sign the parental permission form if you will not be with your child.
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R.E.A.L. Man Program
The R.E.A.L. Man Program is a Team Culture and Core Value driven program that arms our players with tools to set them up for success as young men within the Prep community and in their future as they go through life.
R - RESPECT ALL PEOPLE
E - ESPECIALLY WOMEN
A - ALWAYS DO THE RIGHT THING
L - LIVE A LIFE THAT MATTERS
The FOOTBALL STUDYHALL PROGRAM is part of our Team Culture Development. In-Season Studyhall takes place Monday thru Thursday at 3pm in an assigned classroom. It is an opportunity for our players to tackle their written homework, get tutored in challenging subjects and attend extra help with their specific subject teachers. This is a valuble opportunity for our players to maintain a higher academic standard and accomplish a good portion of their school homework before the fatigue of our tough practice sessions.