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Instructions on How to Join a Sport

In order to participate in any interscholastic sport at CRHS, the following requirements must be met prior to your child beginning try-outs or practices for each individual sport:
1. Completion of Family ID Registration for SPRING 2021-2022 Interscholastic Athletics at
Please use the following link if you are looking to register for Unified Sports. 
Please use the following links if you are looking to register for Bike Club.  Family ID Bike Club Registration 
2. The Region 13 Board of Education will not be charging student-athletes an activity fee for the 2021-2022 School year.   If you have an outstanding balance from previous years, this past due amount will remain in your account and must be paid in full.  
3. A Sports Health Assessment Record (Physical Examination) completed by the Physician and Parent/Guardian must be submitted directly to the Coginchaug nurse, Pam Branciforte. For the Spring of 2022, the CIAC has extended the dates of the physical examination to 15 months, this is for the Spring season only. You must submit a copy of your latest health physical if it is not current.  No exceptions can be made.
4. Regional School District 13 has provided its Athletic program access to a concussion management system called Impact.  All CRHS student-athletes must have completed a baseline ImPact test within the past two years with school personnel.  This must be completed prior to the first date of the competition. The baseline test is re-administered every other year. This information will be used in the event a student-athlete sustains a concussion throughout the school year.
5. All eligibility requirements set by the CIAC must be satisfied must be met in order to play a sport in Regional School District 13.    (Please Refer to Student-Athlete handbook).

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the Athletic Department at 860-349-7215.  


Todd Petronio 
Athletic Director
Regional School District 13