We are excited to announce that we offer the convenience of online registration through FamilyID free to Hightstown and Kreps families. Registering your child is a two part process; 1) Register on FamilyID for the correct season and sport; and 2) make sure your child's "athletic" physical is within one year of the sport's start date. FamilyID is a secure registration platform that provides you with an easy, user-friendly way to register for our programs, and helps us to be more administratively efficient and environmentally responsible. When you register through FamilyID, the system keeps track of your information in your FamilyID profile. You enter your information only once for each family members in Hightstown High School or Melvin H. Kreps Middle School. After completing the online registration process a follow up email will be sent letting you know the status of your child's physical. If your child needs a physical, you will either have to print the physical form or pick up a copy in the health office or athletic training room. The NJSIAA and EWRSD still requires a paper form to be signed by your doctor. The physical form can be found on the FamilyIDwebsite, the athletic trainer's tab and at both the nurse's or athletic trainer's offices. Use this link to print the physical form at home.
* To see this message in a different language, please use the "Select Language" tab at the bottom of the screen. Helpful Forms that you will find below or on the FamilyID website
East Windsor Physical Form- This form must be completed by a licensed physician, APN, or physician assistant (PA) that has completed the Student-Athlete Cardiac Assessment module. This is the most important form for your child to have in order for them participate. The physical is good for 365 days from the date of exam.
Asthma Self-Medicate Permission Form- If your child has asthma, you MUST have this form completed by your physician EVERY school year. Please turn in completed form to the health office.
Allergy Action Plan- If your child has a life threatening allergy, which requires the use of medication or an Epi-pen, you MUST have these forms filled out by the treating physician. This is so we have a guideline on how to proceed in the event that you child is exposed to or has ingested the allergen. This form must be completed EVERY school year. Please turn in completed form to the health office.