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We are partnering with Exer Urgent Care once again for free health screenings for your Athletic Clearance.  Please scan the QR code in the attached flyer to schedule your appointment.  Physicals will be available June 5 - June 16, 2023.

Exer Urgent Care free physicals

Girls Volleyball Flyer - 7/17-7/25 Big Gym
Boys Basketball Flyer - 6/12-6/30 Big Gym
Boys and Girls Wrestling - 6/19-6/29 & 7/17-8/10 Wrestling Room
Girls Basketball Flyer - June 13-16 Big Gym

Athletic Clearance must be complete to participate in all sports

Clearance Process steps:

  1. Get a Physical from a Doctor (see below for Free Physical option)
  2. Complete your updated information on the
    Athletic Clearance Website (HomeCampus)
  3. Upload your Physical, Insurance Card, and Confirmation page to your HomeCampus Account.
  4. If you don't have Insurance, Myers-Stevens & Toohey Co, Inc offers a low price for basic coverage.  
    1. Myers-Stevens & Toohey Co, Inc Forms - English
    2. Myers-Stevens & Toohey Co, Inc Forms  - Spanish

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The mission of the CMHS athletics program is to enrich the mental, physical, emotional, spiritual, and social well-being of all student athletes by providing cooperative and competitive opportunities which foster the development of lifelong values of sportsmanship commitment, integrity, teamwork, individual effort, and good citizenship.


  • Students are our highest priority
  • Participation in high school interscholastic athletics is an important part of a student’s overall education experience and is a privilege, not a right.
  • Student athletes have an inherent responsibility to conduct themselves in a manner that reflects the values of the CIF as well as the school, district, league, and community that they represent.
  • Open an honest communication and mutual respect among coaches, parents and athletes provide the foundation of a successful athletic program.  Positive parental support and involvement enhance student growth and program quality.
  • All stakeholders involved, including members of athletic teams, pep and/or cheer squads, coaches, faculty members, parents, booster club members, spectators, and volunteers have a duty to assure their sports programs impart important life skills and promote the development of sportsmanship, good character, and pursuing victory with honor.

Communication Protocol for Conflict Resolution

For communication not specific to an individual coach, the first contact for concerns about any phase of the athletic program is the Athletic Director.  This may be done either verbally or in writing. 

Communication concerning District athletic programs and personnel are welcomed when motivated by a sincere desire to improve the quality of an athletic program and/or an athlete’s participation therein.  Please adhere to the following district athletic communication protocol:

  1. Player-coach (to empower our athletes to learn responsibility, they must communicate their concerns/questions directly to their coach before having someone else do this for them.  Every effort should be made to resolve the problem at this level.)
  2. Player-coach-parent (if an issue still needs to be resolved after step 1, the player and coach should set up a meeting which will include the parent(s) or legal guardian(s) of the player.  Communication with a coach regarding a concern should never take place at or immediately after a game or event.)
  3. Player-coach-parent-Athletic Director (If an issue still needs to be resolved after step 2, the Athletic Director will set up a meeting with all those involved.)

Please note that since the player and coach are the only two people who work together on a daily basis, both should be included in all communications.  Remember that playing time and level or position placement are the sole responsibility and discretion of the coach.

After following steps 1-3, any unresolved issues can be referred to the school’s administrator in charge of Athletics by submitting a written, signed “statement of concern” (S.O.C.).  This S.O.C. must include the following:  Name of coach, specific sport and level of competition, general athletic concern involved, and brief but specific summary of the nature of the issue and the facts surrounding same.  Once the signed, completed S.O.C. is received by the administrator in charge of athletics, a meeting including all parties involved will be scheduled for this purpose of resolving the issue.

Reprisals will not be taken against any parent or student athlete for expressing their concerns or for participating in the conflict resolution process.

Participation in Athletic Competition (AR 6145.2)

The District’s athletic program shall be free from discrimination and discriminatory practices in accordance with state and federal law. The Superintendent or designee shall ensure that equivalent athletic opportunities are provided for both sexes.

Interscholastic, intramural, and/or club athletics participation is open to all persons, without regard to race, color, ancestry, national origin, immigration status, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression or the perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or a group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

Administrative Regulation (AR) 6145.2 – Athletic Competition outlines the considerations to determine whether equivalent opportunities are available to both sexes, as well as the criteria used to ensure the District’s athletic program effectively accommodates the interests and abilities of both sexes in athletics.

Any complaint alleging unlawful discrimination within the district’s athletic program shall be filed in accordance with the District’s BP 1312.3 – Uniform Complaint Procedures.

A copy of AR 6145.2 – Athletic Competition is available on the District Website.