School & Sports Physicals
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Indiana High School Activities Association will be waiving the requirement for school and sports physicals in the 2020-2021 school year. If you passed your physical for the 2019-2020 school year, you will not need to receive one this year. Read more on the IHSAA News Release.
Sports and school can be very beneficial for developing children. These activities help children stay physically and mentally active, build social skills, and teach leadership and determination. At Primary Care Partners of South Bend, we highly support children participating in school and sports. However, we want to make sure each child is in good health before they step into the classroom or onto the court or field.
Most youth sports and public schools require a physical exam before children and teens can participate. We offer thorough examinations throughout the year to make sure children are in the right shape to play and learn. Before you come to your sports and school physical, please fill out the attached physical form to ensure a quick and easy check-in process.
Back to School Fall 2020
Going back to school for the 2020-2021 school year will be an unfamiliar process due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For this reason, it is important to stay updated on the rules and guidelines surrounding the return to school in the fall. Also, it is essential to be prepared with a school physical to ensure your child is in good health before the school year and sports begin. Visit the Indiana High School Activities Association website for updates and tips on fall sports and school.
Fall sports will be here before you know it! Fall sports like football, cheerleading, volleyball, swimming, and more may require a physical examination prior to the season. For a full list of sports and their requirements and rules, visit the Indiana High School Activities Association website. To ensure that all kids can participate, schedule your physical today.