WESTLAKE HIGH SCHOOL
ATHLETIC PHYSICAL EXAM DAY
SATURDAY, June 6, 2009
4165 E.Thousand Oaks Blvd., Suite 150
The Westlake High School Athletic Physical Exam Day hosted by Dr. Dwite Dahms M.D. and Dr. Scott Blatt D.C. A.T.C. is being held on Saturday, June 6, 2009. All athletes, including incoming freshmen, are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to complete their physical packet requirement for next year. The cost is $25 per student. Bring cash or check payable to Westlake High School with you to the physical registration area. Funds generated from physicals will be shared with each sport supporting the event. This is a great way to raise funds for your sport. Contact the Athletics Office at (805) 497-6711 if you have any questions.
Please note: The examination process may take up to 1 hour; please plan accordingly.
Examination Times- (Please read carefully)
Begin at 7:30 a.m. and will be on a first come first served basis. Males must be registered by 10:00 a.m.
Female registration begins at 10:00 a.m. Females must be registered by 11:00 a.m. Female exams will begin at 10:15 a.m. or as soon as the male exams are completed.
Athletes are requested to wear shorts. Females are requested to wear sports bras.
The physicals will be at Body Logic and Westlake Sports Therapy (Dr. Scott Blatt’s office) located at 4165 E. T.O. Blvd., Suite 150, Westlake Village (across the street from the Westlake Promenade).
All athletes are required by Education Code Section 32220-24 to carry medical and hospital insurance coverage. If you do not have your own insurance, you may purchase insurance through Myers-Stevens & Toohey & Co., Inc. Forms to purchase insurance are available in the Athletics Office.
All students must have a 2.0 grade point average to participate in co-curricular activities. The grade point average is based upon the previous term grades in all courses, including 8th grade for 9th grade participation. Athletes must maintain a 2.0 grade point average each quarter to remain eligible, in accordance with C.I.F. and Conejo Valley Unified School District rules. The following must be completed prior to participation:
- Athletic information forms, including a physical exam.
- Insurance - C.I.F. or acceptable family health coverage must be documented.
- District transportation fees paid.
- Co-Curricular Code and Contract read and signed.
- ASB card purchased (recommended)
- No athlete may drop one sport and become involved in another without the mutual consent of both coaches.
Participation in Co-Curricular Activities
In order to participate in any athletic or school activity, a student must have attended school four (4) periods that day. Remember this rule applies to dances, proms, participation in drama and/or music productions, as well as athletics. Students must also maintain a 2.0 GPA and adhere to the co-curricular contract.
Co-Curricular Code & Contract
Participation in co-curricular activities is a privilege, not a basic right of all students. The school has the authority to revoke this privilege. Certain rules have been established for all students who become involved in the co-curricular program. The Co-Curricular Code & Contract sets these expectations that include - but are not limited to - grade point eligibility, behavior, and attendance. The Co-Curricular Code & Contract policy of the Conejo Valley Unified School District states that any student violating school rules which results in suspension (including In-House Suspension) faces up to one calendar year removal from further participation in the co-curricular/athletic program.
The principal has the right to review each case on an individual basis taking into consideration the student’s previous disciplinary record, academic achievement, and attendance. Students who are suspended and removed from an activity have the right to appeal to the principal. If probation is granted to continue participation, in addition to refraining from any activity that would result in suspension, the student may be required to perform a designated number of hours of community service, school service and/or attend substance abuse meetings.
- Hours of service shall be determined by the number of days suspended (1 Day Suspension = 8 hours of service) At least half of the service hours must be completed at Westlake High School.
- Students should be aware that an appeal to continue participation in the co-curricular/athletic program will be granted only one time during their high school career.