• INFORMATION FOR PHYSICALS

    Returning athletes (boys and girls):

    If you are a returning athlete with a completed physical from last year you DO NOT have to submit a new physical this year.

    New athletes (boys and girls):

    If you are an incoming 7th grade athlete OR a new 7th/8th grade athlete to Woodlake Hills you ARE required to submit a physical to your coach.

    Physicals may be picked up from the front office or coaches office.

    Physicals must be completed BEFORE participating in any practice or competition.

    All athletes MUST complete the forms on Rank One Sports before participating in any practice or competition 

    Go to: https://judsonisd.rankonesport.com

    Click on Electronic Participation Forms, then Athletics Participation Forms

    Fill out First name, Last Name, ID Number exactly as it is listed with the registrar

    Fill out - All information requested

    Do not leave blanks (use n/a if needed)

    Missing information will be highlighted in red

    Electronically sign the documents

    Be sure to scroll down and complete the COVID 19 form

    Enter your email address and submit

    A pre-participation form must also be on file prior to participation in athletics. This may only be turned into one of the Staff Athletic Trainers.

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  • Athletic Coordinators

    Coach Bass (Boys Athletic Coordinator) dbass@judsonisd.org

    Coach Tamez (Girls Athletic Coordinator) dtamez@judsonisd.org

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  • JISD Middle School Athletics Statement to the Community

    The Covid-19 pandemic has caused the CDC, UIL, school officials, and communities at-large to completely change athletics during 2020 and beyond. With this in mind, the coaching staff and campus administrators are working collaboratively within the Judson Independent School District to create a plan for athletes to return to in-person athletics. This plan is being written based on the current CDC informed UIL guidelines and regulations which have been released about governing safe and healthy operations as school districts and other organizations work to return to activities based on what is known to date about the coronavirus (Covid-19) and how to mitigate the spread of this virus. Our first priority is the health and safety of our athletes and staff, as well as any other individuals that are essential to the facilitation of training our athletes. This includes the continued education of staff and athletes about the current health and safety guidelines for individuals and groups and those that will likely change during the weeks of our return. Our next goal is to develop a design to provide our student athletes with quality, face-to-face athletics. Our expectation is that this plan will be strategic, appropriate, respectful to participants, respectful to health and safety regulations, and an energizing catalyst of hope as we transition from digital instruction and training back into our physical school community one cautious step at a time.