These forms must be completed and returned prior to the first day of practice.
This form needs to be completed by you and your student’s physician and returned to the coach. A Student Accident Insurance policy is available should you not have the required coverage. This is an excess coverage plan that provides all of the benefits that are required by law as well as additional benefits not usually covered by medical insurance plans, such as dental costs, emergency medical care and ambulance service. If you plan to purchase Student Accident Insurance, please have your student bring the envelope (stamped and ready to mail with your check inside) to the coach so that your purchase can be recorded and mailed.
All students participating in interscholastic sports under the supervision of OUSD are required to have a physical examination each year by a physician licensed to practice in California. Please fill in “Part A” (Page 1) of this form and have your physician fill in “Part B.” Return the completed form to your student’s coach.
This contract MUST be filled out and signed at the beginning of the school year as one of several requirements for student-athletes who wish to receive credit for sports participation. Read about Tech’s Advanced Sports for PE Credit program.
This Code applies to all student-athletes involved in interscholastic sports in California, and requires that participating students demonstrate high standards of ethics and sportsmanship and promote the development of good character and other important life skills. The highest potential of sports is achieved when participants are committed to pursuing victory with honor according to six core principles: trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and good citizenship (the “Six Pillars of Character”).
Please complete and return any applicable forms below to the school nurse.
Asthma (in English)
Asthma (in Spanish)
Please have your child’s doctor/nurse practitioner complete this form if your child has a history of asthma and may need to use an inhaler or other asthma medication. The form must be signed by the health care provider and by the parent/guardian. Your child can carry and take the medication independently if the appropriate boxes are checked by the provider and parent/guardian. Please return the completed form to the school nurse.
This is a medical release form. If you agree to sign it then it gives me and your child’s health care provider permission to exchange medical information. The provider can then fax me completed medical orders, medical management plans, medical histories etc. Signing the form is voluntary. Please return the completed form to the school nurse.
Please have your child’s health care provider fill out this form if s/he has a medical condition that the school needs more information about. Usually the school nurse will direct you to have this form completed and returned to her.
Please have your child’s doctor/nurse practitioner complete this form if your child has a history of a seizure disorder/epilepsy. The form must be signed by the health care provider and by the parent/guardian. Please return the completed form to the school nurse.
This form must be filled out and signed by the student, a parent or guardian, a Tech counselor and a Tech administrator. This OUSD letter explains the Dual Enrollment program.
The host form is for the Oakland Tech host student to fill out. The host student must have his or her teachers sign it before the Shadow Day –– a couple of days to a week is fine.
Peer Tutors are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Their purpose is to provide direct instructional support for students.
If you know of a 9th grader who could benefit from working with a senior mentor –– and is interested in doing so –– please give him/her this (fillable pdf) application to complete and submit to Gynelle McBride.
All committees and groups that plan to conduct meetings on the OT campus MUST complete and submit this form in advance of the scheduled date to ensure availability of the space. Please email it or turn it in to AP Kim Nguyen.
Tech administrators and the PTSA compile this handbook in late summer and some details — particularly calendar events — are subject to change. Nearly all of the information in it can be found on the website, which also has the advantage of being translatable (click “Translate this page” on the bottom of the screen) and instantly updatable.
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Review these guidelines to ensure that your PTSA Check Request form is filled out correctly and contains the necessary documentation.
Check Request Form (fillable pdf)
Complete the Check Request form to be reimbursed by the PTSA for ALL approved expenses. You may forward it to email@example.com or print and place in the PTSA box in the office.
A W9 form must be completed and submitted to the PTSA in advance before any individual can be paid for his/her services. For the protection of the individuals’ personal information, forms may be left in an envelope in the PTSA box in the main office, addressed to PTSA Treasurer, or a password protected document may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. The password should be sent as a separate email.
Use this form to submit cash deposits to the PTSA. Cash must be counted and verified by two adults.
Be sure to review these guidelines when seeking to raise funds for various activities and groups.
Review the guidelines and administration of the PTSAs restricted funds.
Submit hours worked each month to email@example.com.
Forms, procedures, ideas and inspiration for getting things done at Tech, the PTSA Way!