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2022-23 Athletic Clearance

After the rollover to the new school year in August, athletic clearance for 2022-23 can be completed electronically or in-person. Students will need to complete the online permission forms, then either e-mail the building athletic coordinator their sport of interest while attaching any updated physical, concussion screening, and emergency action plan paperwork (if necessary), or students can bring any updated paperwork to the building athletic coordinator after they complete the online permission forms.

In-Person Spring Clearance Dates/Times:
Feb.9 - Feb. 16: Both lunches, After school until 3:00 PM
Tuesday, Feb. 21: Both lunches, After school until 4:00 PM

Wednesday, Feb. 22: Both lunches, After school until 4:00 PM
Thursday, Feb. 23: After school until 4:00 PM
Friday, Feb. 24: Both lunches, After school until 4:00 PM

Monday, Feb. 27: Both lunches, After school until 4:00 PM
Tuesday, Feb. 28: Both lunches, After school until 4:00 PM
Wednesday, Mar. 1: Both lunches, After school until 4:00 PM

Please do not wait until the last day to complete the clearance process. You may miss practice/tryout time.

Detailed Clearance Process:

In order to participate in athletics at Rogers High School, students are required to complete the athletic clearance process. A student may complete this process by submitting all completed forms to the building athletic coordinator prior to the start of the sport season, either by e-mail or in-person.

1.  In order to participate at a PSD high school, the following requirements must be met:

Complete the online permission forms (found at and then notify the building athletic coordinator that they are completed either by e-mail or in-person.

Submit a current physical examination. The physical must be valid for the entire sport season for the student to be cleared to participate. Send in any new paperwork as an e-mail attachment or bring to school.

Submit a current baseline concussion screening (for Basketball, Football, Soccer, Volleyball, and Wrestling athletes only). The screening must be valid for the entire sport season for the student to be cleared to participate. Send in any new paperwork as an e-mail attachment or bring to school. More information can be found on the PSD website under Programs / Activities & Athletics.

If a student has a life-threatening health condition or needs access to emergency medications, then an Emergency Action Plan or Current Medication Form, signed by a physician, must also be submitted.

Pay the Athletic Fee ($75 per season) and purchase a high school ASB Card ($40). These fees can be paid in person with the school bookkeeper prior to athletic clearance or at TouchBase Signin ( (a convenience fee is charged). In either payment situation, bring your receipts with you to the Athletic Director during clearance. (Students in cut sports—Volleyball, Soccer, Boys Golf, Basketball, Baseball, Fastpitch, and Girls Tennis—are not required to pay the fees until after team selection, but prior to the first contest.)

2.  Scholastic Grade Review:

The Puyallup School District requires that each student pass a minimum of five (5) classes and earn at least a 2.0 Grade Point Average on the previous semester’s report card in order to gain initial athletic eligibility. Students must then maintain these standards throughout the designated sport season.

3.  Residency:

Each athlete is required to reside within the boundary areas of the high school in which they plan to participate. Transfer/Waiver rules will apply in certain situations.

4.  Sport Offerings:

For specific season dates, see the WIAA website at

Fall Season

Winter Season

Spring Season

Boys Football

Boys Basketball

Boys Baseball

Girls Volleyball

Girls Basketball

Girls Fastpitch

Boys Tennis

Boys Wrestling

Boys Soccer

Girls Soccer

Girls Wrestling

Girls Tennis

Boys Cross Country

Boys Swimming

Boys Track

Girls Cross Country

Girls Gymnastics

Girls Track

Girls Golf

Girls Bowling

Boys Golf

Boys Water Polo

Unified Basketball

Girls Water Polo

Girls Swimming

Year-Round Activities

Unified Soccer

Unified Flag Football


Summer Season


Offerings vary each year

Athletes must clear through the building athletic coordinator in order to begin practice. If an athlete practices without going through the clearance process, he or she will be subject to athletic probation and/or suspension. If you have any questions, please contact:

Peter Collins
Athletic Coordinator, CAA
Rogers High School
(253) 841-8717
[email protected]