Athletic Forms

Athletic Forms

2020-21 Student Accident Insurance - Click 'here'

2020 Fall Sports Starting Dates, Impact Concussion and Physical Contact Information - Click 'here'.

2020-21 PHYSICAL INFORMATION

All Middle School & High School students participating in a sport, cheerleading or dance team will need to have completed & passed a physical examination before they begin practicing the activity. The school must have a copy of each student's physical examination before they will be allowed to begin practice. Physical examinations dated prior to April 1st, 2020 will not be valid! Forms are available during the summer at the participating clinics listed below and at the BF School District Central Office. Forms can also be picked up at the Middle School and High School Offices starting August 3rd.

Please click "here" to see the list of providers and the dates they are offering appointments. The providers have made changes in appointment availability. PLEASE DON'T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE TO GET YOUR PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS COMPLETED!

Forms are online (see below) or can be picked up at the School District Central Office, High School (starting August 3rd), Middle School (starting August 3rd), Monument Health Clinic - Belle Fourche, Dr. Johnson's & Dr. Larson's Office.

Activity Tickets

Admission charges and activity tickets for the various activities are listed below. Activity tickets may be purchased at the High School Office starting August 3rd, 2020.

ADMISSION FEES:

K-12 w/ No Activity Ticket

Adult w/ No Activity Ticket

K-12 Season Activity Ticket

Adult Season Activity Ticket

Senior Citizen (Age 55)

Pre-Kindergarten

$3.00

$5.00

$25.00

$35.00

Free w/ Pass from High School

Free

(ACTIVITY TICKETS WILL NOT BE HONORED AT TOURNAMENTS OR PLAYOFF GAMES).

2020 HOMECOMING INFORMATION

NCAA COLLEGE INFORMATION

- Those planning to enroll January 2009 need to request final amateur certification by signing the 10.1 statement at this time.

- Official test scores must be sent from the testing agency using code 9999. Test scores that appear on a high school transcript will not be accepted.

- Those graduating in 2008 who plan to attend an NCAA Division I institution must have 16 core courses.

** For more information on NCAA College Eligibility, please follow this link to the NCAA Eligibility Center.. **