Fall Sports REGISTRATION IS OPEN on July 5th

Do Not Wait - Register now before it closes for the season!

 

Helpful Hints For Registering Your Child

 

  • If this is your first time registering for a sport, choose the “New Users-Create an Account” option.
  • When entering the student name, it must be entered as it appears in Genesis.
  • When creating a new account, if the student’s name is hyphenated, just leave a space between the names instead of using a hyphen.
  • If you have previously used this site to register for a sport, choose “Returning Users-Login Here".
  • Once logged in, complete the required fields. The system will let you know if you’ve missed anything. Once the registration form is completed continue to the next page where (if you are a new user) you will create your login and password for your family account.
Through this family account, you can upload your medical form and will always have access to them.   You will also receive your child's clearance through the family account.
 
Contacts for questions about the registration process:
 
Click the icon below to register for High School or Middle School activity
 

 

 State Requirement

All Athletes must read and sign off on the Opioid Use and Misuse Educational Fact Sheet.  Please print both forms & return the mandatory student-Athlete and Parent/Guardian sign off sheet to the athletic department.

  • Opiod Use and Misuse Educational Fact sheet, please click HERE
  • Use and Misuse of Opiod Drugs student Sign off Form, please click HERE

Physical Examinations All Health Forms must be submitted as a hard copy.  

Students registering for Athletics must have a current physical examination on file in the athletic department's office before the student is authorized to participate in practice/tryouts.  Sports physicals are good for 365 days******.

 To ensure clearance for participation, physicals should be completed and turned in by August 1st for Fall, November 12 for Winter and February 26th for Spring.

  • Physicals are valid for 1 year from date of the last exam. Download your Pre-Participation Physical Form HERE.  Return completed physical paperwork to the school which will be viewed and signed off by the district's doctor.

  • If the athlete has a current physical on file in the athletic department's office, you DO NOT need a new physical you will just need to complete the registration.

  • If the athlete has Asthma and uses an inhaler, please click HERE.

  • In the case of accident or serious illness, all reasonable efforts will be made to contact the parent/guardian.  If parent/guardian is unavailable the students emergency contact person will be contacted.

*Please note:

  • Final clearance will NOT be granted until both the online registration process and original Physical Form is completed and have been received by the athletic department and our school physician signs off. 

  • If your child has Asthma, you must also turn in a new Asthma Treatment Plan and Self Medication Permission form.  This is required on a yearly basis. Along with this, if your child needs an Epi-Pen, please complete the Self Medication Form and return it to the nurses office.  

  • All athletes, parents and/or guardians must follow the process below to register for sports participation. 

Electronic Signature (ES) Needed  (Create account & sign off on all forms) Click on Blue Registration symbol, fill in all mandatory information that has an asterik, and go to "next" screen. 

1. Athletic Participation Agreement Sign-off (ES needed)
2. Sports Related Concussion Sign Off (ES needed)
3. NJSIAA Written Clearance/Return to Play Form
4. Consent to Random Drug & Steroid Testing / Policy & List of Banned Substances Sign-off - (ES needed)
5. Emergency Sports Injury Form (ES needed)
6. Sports-Related Eye Injuries (ES needed)
7.  Health History Update Form (ES needed)
8 Emergency Form (ES needed)
9 Sudden Cardiac Death Pamplet and Sign Off (ES needed)
 
The registration is complete when you type in athlete's name and parent's name on the last screen.
 
Click on Calendar on Left task bar to access team schedules & sign up for game changes.

 


If you have questions or need assistance with the registration, please contact:

helpdesk@rschooltoday.com 

 

 

IMPACT TESTING

Dear Parent/Guardian,

Cinnaminson High School will be participating in a computerized concussion test this upcoming school year.  This program will assist our team physicians/athletic trainers in evaluating and treating head injuries (e.g., concussion).  Our ultimate goal is to help maintain our student athletes' health throughout their season. Though some sports are more physically taxing than others, we feel it is important that all of our student athletes participate in this opportunity.  In order to better manage concussions sustained by our student-athletes, we have acquired a software tool called ImPACT (Immediate Post Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing).  ImPACT is a computerized exam utilized in many professional, collegiate, and high school sports programs across the country to successfully diagnose and manage concussions.  If an athlete is believed to have suffered a head injury during competition, ImPACT is used to help determine the severity of head injury and when the injury has fully healed.   

The computerized exam is given to athletes before beginning sport practice or competition.  All athletes MUST take the test prior to the start of the season.  The coaches will contact the athletes with dates and times the test will be given. This non-invasive test is set up in “video-game” type format and takes about 15-20 minutes to complete.  It is simple, and actually I have found many athletes enjoy the challenge of taking the test. Essentially, the ImPACT test is a preseason physical of the brain.  It tracks information such as memory, reaction time, speed, and concentration.  It, however, is not an IQ test.

If at any point during the season a concussion is suspected, the athlete will be required to retake the test.  Both the preseason and post-injury test data is given to a local doctor, to help evaluate the injury.  The information gathered can also be shared with your family doctor.  The test data will enable these health professionals to determine when return-to-play is appropriate and safe for the injured athlete.  If an injury of this nature occurs to your child, you will be promptly contacted with all the details.

I want to stress that the ImPACT testing procedures are non-invasive, and they pose no risks to your student-athlete.  We are excited to implement this program given that it provides us the best available information for managing concussions and preventing potential brain damage that can occur with multiple concussions. The Cinnaminson Athletic Training Staff is striving to keep your child’s health and safety at the forefront of the student athletic experience. 

All results are completely confidential and unable to be viewed by anyone other than the Certified Athletic Trainers. If you have questions about the program visit the ImPACT website at www.impacttest.com. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns you might have. Travis Igboin, our athletic trainer,  can be reached at igboint@cinnaminson.com or I can be reached at wilkinsonb@cinnaminson.com or contact the main office and they will connect you. 

 

 

Contact list of Athletic Directors

CHS CMS
Mr. Brian Wilkinson Mr. Jay Meile
Phone: 856 829-7770 Ext 3883 Phone: 856-786-8012 
wilkinsonb@cinnaminson.com meilej@cinnaminson.com
 
Mrs. Karen Haddon - HS Athletic Department
Phone: 856-829-7770 Ext. 3883
 
Mrs. Rosita Adams - MS Athletic Department
Phone: 856-786-8012 Ext. 4865
 
Mr. Bret Jenkins - HS Assistant Athletic Director
Phone: 856-829-7770 Ext. 3883
 
Mr. Travis Igboin – HS Athletic Trainer
Phone: 856-829-7770 Ext. 3883