Athletic Training Room

Important Announcement Regarding Preparticipation Physical Exams

The new Scholastic Student-Athlete Safety Act (SS_ASA)(N.J.S.A. 18A:40-41.7) requires that:

1. The Student-Athlete Cardiac Assessment professional development module (PD module) be completed by the physician, advanced practice nurse (APN), or physician assistant (PA) who performs a student-athlete's annual physical examination prior to the student's participation on a school-sponsored interscholastic or intramural athletic team or squad in grades six through 12.

2. Upon performing a physical examination, the physician, APN, or PA shall sign the certification statement on the Preparticipation Physical Evaluation (PPE) form attesting to the completion of the PD module. this certification can be found on page four of the PPE form.

Further information can be found using the following link:

Attention Winter Season Athletes 2021-2022 (Boys/Girls Basketball, Wrestling, Indoor Track, Bowling, Cheerleading)

If you would like to participate in a Winter Season sport, please submit the following paperwork to the nurse.

1. Pre-participation Physical Evaluation Forms - If the student-athlete does not have a valid sports physical on file with the HS nurse (last physical exam on file is prior to November 8, 2020 for Bowling, or prior to November 22, 2020 for Boys/Girls Basketball, Wrestling, Indoor Track & Cheerleading), he/she must submit the Pre-participation Physical Evaluation Forms in the Sport Physical Packet. All incoming 9th grade athletes must submit a new Sport Physical Packet. *Please read the information regarding the Scholastic Student-Athlete Safety Act on this page before seeing your physician for a pre-participation physical evaluation.

2. Health History Update Questionnaire - If the student-athlete has a valid sports physical on file with the HS nurse (a physical exam after November 8, 2020 for Bowling, or after November 22, 2020 for Boys/Girls Basketball, Wrestling, Indoor Track & Cheerleading), he/she must submit a Health History Update Questionnaire.

3. Asthma/Food Allergy Forms - ONLY student-athletes with asthma and/or food allergies must submit these forms. All pages must be filled out properly and signed by the parent/guardian and doctor where indicated, and notarized where needed. These forms only need to be submitted once every school year. *These forms can be found at:

4. Random Drug Testing Form - Form must be signed by the student-athlete and parent/guardian. *This form can be found in the "Sport Physical Packet".

*All appropriate forms must be submitted to the school nurse in order to participate in a Winter Season sport.


Attention All Parents/Guardians: Fort Lee High School now uses an injury tracking software program called SportsWareOnLine. Included in this program are 8 consent forms that need to be electronically signed before your child can participate in his/her sport. Please login to SportsWareOnLine ( and electronically sign the 8 consent forms. If you do not have an account yet, you may download the "SWOL Introduction Letter to Parents" document located at the bottom of this page and register an account for your child.

Injury Protocol

Athletes must report any injury to their coach, athletic trainer, or school nurse. If an athlete sees a doctor for an injury, the athlete must provide written documentation clearing the athlete to return to school and sport activity. This documentation must be handed in to the athletic trainer or school nurse upon the student's return to school. The Student Medical Report can be downloaded below or picked up in the athletic training room or the nurse's office.

Important Announcement Regarding the Student-Athletic Accident Insurance

Please look below to download the document with information regarding the Student-Athletic Insurance Policy that is available in the event of an injury.