• Conestoga High School Athletics 
     
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    Athletic Director: Kevin Pechin 
    Assistant Athletic Director/Athletic Trainer: Jess McCloskey 
    Athletic Trainer: Justin Bruckner
    Athletic Trainer: Olivia DeFusco
    Athletic Secretary: Debbie Chiarello 
    Office: (610) 240-1000 ext. 10516
    Athletic Training Room: (610) 240-1000 ext. 10526

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    Friday (Feb. 23rd):

    Boys and Girls Swimming- District 1 Champ York PA

    Boys Basketball at Bensalem 7:00 PM  

    https://www.youtube.com/bhsathletics

    Saturday (Feb 24th):

    Boys and Girls Swimming- District 1 Champ York PA

    Track State Champ at Penn State

    Girls Basketball District Quarter-finals- vs Garnet Valley at Conestoga 1:00 PM

    LINK FOR TICKETS:

    Upcoming Events | PIAA District 1 Box Office (hometownticketing.com)

    Wrestling District Champ at Perk Valley- All Day

     

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    Please Complete PIAA Forms In PowerSchool

    **Spring Sports begin March 4, 2024**

    **Spring sports paperwork will be accepted IN POWERSCHOOL

    starting January 22, 2024**

    *Complete sections 1-6, 10 and 11 for first sport*

    *Complete Sections 1 and 7 for second sport*

    http://powerschool.tesd.net 

    ***Physical (section 6) must be dated June 1st or after***

    Link to section 6 physical form:

    https://www.tesd.net/cms/lib/PA01001259/Centricity/Domain/16/PIAA_Section_6_20230523.pdf

     

    DIRECTIONS FOR PIAA PAPERWORK

     

      

     
     

    All athletes – Please join the Athletics Schoology site using the access code below.

    WXMWC-82QSP

     CHS along with other Pennsylvania schools continue to monitor information provided by the PIAA, Governor Wolf, the Department of Health and the Department of Education as it relates to Interscholastic Athletics for the Sports Season. 

      


     

    Digital Sports has been updated with the current game/event schedules for the Spring 2023-24 season.

    All practice schedules will be communicated through the respective coaches. 

     


    Paperwork Directive: The 2023-24 PIAA Sports Forms packet consists of the PIAA Comprehensive Initial Pre-Participation Physical Evaluation (CIPPE) paperwork, an updated Assumption of Risk & Parent/Student Guidelines form, and the ImPact Consent forms.  Submissions must include a CIPPE Section 6 (Physician Certification) dated after June 1, 2023

    • SPRING 2024: submit in PowerSchool CIPPE Sections 1,2,3,4,5,6, the Risk & Guidelines (10) and the ImPact Consent forms (11).

     FIRST sport WINTER or SPRING 23-24: submit CIPPE Sections 1,2,3,4,5,6, the Risk & Guidelines (10) and the ImPact Consent (11) forms. See dates below.  

    • Injuries: If an athlete was injured and unable to participate since last certified by a physician, a CIPPE Section 8 will also be required.

    If you have any questions about paperwork, please contact Debbie Chiarello. Previous versions of this paperwork will not be accepted.

     

    Options/procedures for submitting the 2023-24 PIAA Complete Sports Forms :

     PIAA PAPERWORK WILL BE COMPLETED IN POWERSCHOOL. SPRING PAPERWORK CAN BE SUBMITTED IN POWERSCHOOL, STARTING JANUARY 22, 2024.

     


     

    Impact Testing: Students will be informed via TESD EMAIL if an ImPact baseline test is required after Complete Sports Forms are submitted and reviewed. ImPact baseline tests will be administered at home for the foreseeable future. Please direct any ImPact questions to Justin Bruckner  or impacttest@tesd.net.  

     


      

    NAME, IMAGE, AND LIKENESS (NIL) AMENDMENT

     

    As you may be aware, on December 7, 2022, the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) passed a Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) amendment to its bylaws, Article II, Section 3(J), which permits your student-athlete/you to receive consideration for the use of your student-athlete’s/your name, image and likeness, and more specifically, the value that your student-athlete/you may bring to a particular business, service, activity, etc.

     

    While this amendment provides new opportunities for your student-athlete/you, it also places specific prohibitions on the type of NIL engagements that you may agree to, and failure to comply with the requirements below could result in your student-athlete’s/your forfeiture of amateur status, and thereby, the ability to compete in interscholastic events on behalf of the Tredyffrin/Easttown School District. Below is a list of NIL parameters that have been established by the PIAA:

     

    • Your student-athlete’s/Your acceptance of consideration (both monetary and “in-kind,” which includes, but is not limited to, free or discounted equipment, clothing, or training sessions, etc.) may not be contingent on enrollment in or transfer to a particular PIAA school;

     

    • When engaging in NIL appearances, social media posts, advertisements and the like, your student-athlete/you may not wear clothing or items referencing the: PIAA, PIAA District I, Central Athletic League, Tredyffrin/Easttown School District or any District schools, your student-athlete’s/your team name, team nickname, team uniforms or related clothing, team or school logos, or terms which your student-athlete’s/your team name is commonly referred to (for example, filming an NIL advertisement while wearing a sweatshirt that says “Stoga Athletics”);

     

    • Your student-athlete/You may not make NIL promotions or endorsements during team/school activities;

     

    • Your student-athlete/you may not wear apparel or display a logo, insignia, or identifying mark of an NIL partner during school/team athletic activities unless it is part of the standard school uniform for that sport;

     

    • Your student-athlete/you may not engage in any NIL activities involving, displaying, or endorsing the following categories of products and services:
      1. Adult entertainment products and services;
      2. Alcohol products;
      3. Casinos and gambling, including sports betting, the lottery, and betting in connection with video games, on-line games, and mobile devices;
      4. Tobacco and electronic smoking products and devices;
      5. Opioids and prescription pharmaceuticals;
      6. Controlled dangerous substances;
      7. Weapons, firearms, and ammunition.

     

    • Your student-athlete/you must provide a copy of any NIL agreement to their school’s athletic director prior to signing so the terms can be reviewed for compliance.