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Athletic Clearance for 2021-2022

All Athletic Clearance forms must be done on SportsNet, and please remember to upload the physical and immunization record, too. 

Students must be cleared before they can try out or compete for a team. Deadlines to submit are found below. Contact the varsity head coach of the sport you're interested in to find out exact try-out dates. Please allow 5 business days for full processing and clearance.  
Fall Sports:
Clearance due no later than 7/30/21
Tryouts begin:  8/6/21
Winter Sports:
Due 10/25/21
Tryouts begin: 11/1/21
Spring Sports:
Due 1/24/22
Tryouts begin: 1/31/22
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If you just need the medical form for your doctor, click here for just a pdf of the medical form.
Now online! Stanford Weight Control Program for Teens!

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Now online! Stanford Weight Control Program for Teens!

Spaces Still Available for Fall Groups    
English Groups 
Mondays --- 6:00pm to 7:00pm
Spanish Groups 
Wednesdays --- 7:15pm to 8:15pm

Please take a look and share our 
program flyer in English and Spanish

Please Call (650) 725-4424  
Top Five Things To Know About The Delta Variant

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Top Five Things To Know About The Delta Variant

Delta Variant Info
1.  Getting vaccinated prevents severe illness, hospitalization, and death; it also helps reduce the spread of the virus in communities.
  • Unvaccinated individuals should get vaccinated and continue masking until they are fully vaccinated.
  • With the Delta variant, this is more urgent than ever. The highest spread of cases and severe outcomes is happening in places with low vaccination rates
2.  Data shows the Delta variant is different than past versions of the virus; it is much more contagious.
  • Some vaccinated people can get Delta in a breakthrough infection and may be contagious.
  • Even so, vaccinated individuals represent a very small amount of transmission occurring around the country.
  • Virtually all hospitalizations and deaths continue to be among the unvaccinated.
3.  In areas with substantial and high transmission, CDC recommends that everyone (including fully vaccinated individuals) wear a mask in public indoor settings to help prevent the spread of Delta and protect others.
4.  CDC recommends that community leaders encourage vaccination and masking to prevent further outbreaks in areas of substantial and high transmission.
5.  CDC recommends universal indoor masking for all teachers, staff, students, and visitors to K-12 schools, regardless of vaccination status. Children should return to full-time in-person learning in the fall with layered prevention strategies in place.''

COVID-19 Virus Information

Menlo-Atherton and SUHSD are doing everything in their power to stay informed and ahead of the Covid-19 virus.
Here is our latest statement from the district, county, and other helpful information:
Covid Vaccine Diagram
Health Office

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Tanya Edington, School Nurse
Tonya Edgington, Health Clerk
(650) 322-5311 ext.50129
Contact me for:
Immunization/Vaccine Questions
Health Insurance Information
Questions/Concerns Regarding Health Absences
Vision/Hearing Concerns
Verification of Health Absences (Doctor's Notes)
  Sports Clearances - Page 5 of the Sports Packet (Doctor approval)
For access to resources in our area please click on the following links below:  
REMINDER: Medications of any kind, including Tylenol, Aspirin, cough drops, and Motrin, etc. are not permitted on campus without written consent from a physician and parent in the Health Office.

Please follow this link for medical forms and vaccination information.
Kristin Coronado, RN, BSN, PHN
District Nurse
Menlo-Atherton High School, 650-322-5311 x50159

On site at Menlo-Atherton every Thursday and Friday to provide the following:
Health assessments on students who are ill
Consult with families about students needing health care
Assist with questions about special education, accommodations in the classroom for students with chronic Illness, home teaching and medical resources
Health counseling
Hearing and Vision Screenings