In an effort to enhance student health and safety, the Board of Trustees of Uinta County School District Number One has established a policy that all students participating in interscholastic athletic activities must first pass and have on record with the District, a current physical examination. The examination must be completed prior to the student participating in formal practice or competition. The earliest acceptable date of a current physical examination is June 1 of any given year, preceding the specified interscholastic activity in which the student is participating and must be administered in compliance with all Wyoming High School Activity Association regulations.
Activities requiring yearly physical examinations are basketball, cheerleading, drill team, cross country, football, golf, gymnastics, skiing, soccer, swimming, tennis, track, volleyball and wrestling.
The actual physical examination must be administered by persons approved and licensed by the Wyoming State Board of Medical Examiners. In the event physical examinations are being administered in District facilities, the examiner must be provided with a statement signed by the parent/legal guardian of the student authorizing the designated examiner to perform the physical examination.
The results of all student physical examinations must be reported on forms approved by the District and shall be signed by the examiner.