For the 2020-21 school year the Howell MSHSAA eligibility process will move to a completly online format. The new format is aimed at streamlining the process and making it quicker and easier for Howell student-participants involved in a MSHSAA sponsored activity to be cleared and eligibile to participate. This new format will make the entire process "paperless" and will also allow families to carry over information from year to year and across all family members. The new online eligibility website can be found at www.howellvikings.com on the right side of the page by clicking the "MSHSAA Activities/Sports Registration (Eligiblity)" tab. Below you can find a step by step guide that has been established to help Viking families complete the eligibility process.
The Howell Activities Department is encouraging all fall student-participants to go online this week to complete their eligibility profile through the new online registration website. Those that have questions or issues with the online registration process can then get help and have their questions answered on May 27th at 10:00 a.m. virtually by attending the Google Hangout at this link - https://meet.google.com/tcq-uvai-ajb
The process for completing the eligibility process can be found below. The Howell Activities Department is encouraging all fall student-participants to set up their profile this week so that any questions can be answered on May 27th during the Google Hangout.
Getting Cleared For MSHSAA Sponsored Activities/Sports At Howell
A Step-by-Step Guide to Participating in a MSHSAA Sponsored Activity/Sport
The following must be completed ONE WEEK PRIOR to the first day of practice/tryouts:
Special Physical Note:
The school shall require of each student participating in athletics a certificate of an issued physical signed and authorized by a physician, an advanced nurse practitioner in written collaborative practice with a physician, or a certified physician's assistant in collaboration with a sponsoring physician stating that the individual is physically able to participate in athletic practices and contests of his/her school. A student shall not be permitted to practice or compete for a school until a complete, signed certificate is on file at the school.
The medical certificate is valid for two years (730 days) from the date of issue for the purpose of this rule.