Participating in High School Sports
NEW this school year: Every student athlete in the state of Alaska, as well as their parent is required to create an account in abiter athlete, here it the link Arbiter Athlete.
High school athletes who wish to participate in ASAA sanctioned events must complete the following forms prior to competition in Arbiter Athlete online.
- Physical Exam form signed by doctor, student and parent/guardian and submitted on file to the schools front office. Health exams are good for 18 months and must be current through the season of the sport. Will need to be uploaded into Arbiter Athlete
- Concussion fact sheet and parent acknowledgement form.
- Sudden cardiac arrest form
- Play for Keeps Acknowledgement Form
- Students must meet the eligibility standards of the Yukon Koyukuk School District and the Alaska School Activities Association to participate in activities. More information about eligibility, conditions of participation and letter award criteria can be found in the YKSD Student Handbook, page 19.
- ASAA eligibility rules can found on the ASAA website.
- The tobacco, alcohol, and controlled substances policy of the ASAA requires students and parents to watch a video and sign an acknowledgement form. Get more information and watch the "Play for Keeps" video
- Review Concussion information for parents and Heads Up Concussion
- Every student athlete in the state of Alaska, as well as their parent is required to create an account in abiter athlete, here it the link Arbiter Athlete
Additional Information & Forms
- YKSD Student Handbook
- 2018-2019 ASAA Calendar of Events
- ASAA Handbook and Forms
- Golden Heart Conference Handbook
- Team Co-op & 8th Grade Waiver Form
- Boarding School Transfer Form
- Transfer Form.
Mandatory Coaching Videos
- Alaska state law requires anyone doing any type of coaching with high school students to complete the "Concussion Training". The training is free and can be accessed on the ASAA site here: http://asaa.org/coaches/
- Sudden Cardiac Arrest. The training is free and can be accessed on the ASAA site here: http://asaa.org/coaches/coaches-education/
The ASAA Coaches’ Education Program requires that all high school level coaches who have direct supervision of students be certified prior to the first competition. Coaches who actually supervise students may include head coaches and assistant coaches at all levels, as well as volunteer coaches and coaches of outsourced school programs. New coaches in the state of Alaska are required to show proof of taking and passing the NFHS courses or an equivalent certification program. The ASAA Executive Director may grant a one season extension of this certification requirement upon receiving an individual member schools’ request. No coach may be granted more than one extension. Please use this form to request an extension. Refer to Article 10 – ASAA Bylaws.
If the coach is going to coach an ASAA Sport and would like to be certified (ie. Wresteling, Running or Basketball) they will need to complete the required courses below (listed on the above link). The coach can be reimbursed by the school. Link to videos below http://asaa.org/coaches/coaches-education/
- NFHS Fundamentals of Coaching $60 (It is good for lifetime)
- First Aid, Health and Safety for Coaches $45 (Good for 3 yrs)
- Sudden Cardiac Arrest (Free)
- Concussion in Sports (Free)