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Info For Incoming Freshmen


2024 Athletic  Clearance



Athletic Clearance Packets are now online for the 2024-25 season.  All forms must be completed and submitted online through Aktivate (formally Register My Athlete). 


1. You will need to sign up or log in to Aktivate  (NOT ACTIVE). Fall sports including Badminton, Cross Country, Flag Football, Football, Golf, Freshman/Transfer Pom and Cheer, Swim/Dive, Freshman Tennis, Unified Sports, and Girls Volleyball will open on July 5, 2024. Winter Sports including Basketball, Soccer and Wrestling will open September 11, 2024.  Spring Sports including Baseball, Softball, Tennis, Track and Field, Beach Volleyball and Boys Volleyball will open January 8, 2025.

2. AIA Annual Pre-Participation Physical Examination Form (1 page doctor form - must be completed after March 1, 2024).  Note - If you are using Telemed, you still must get a doctor's actual signature or an electronic signature and doctor's office stamp.  Electronic signatures only will not be accepted.

3. AIA Annual Pre-Participation Physical Evaluation Form (5 page parent and doctor form - must be completed after March 1, 2024). Note - If you are using Telemed, you still must get a doctor's actual signature or an electronic signature and doctor's office stamp.  Electronic signatures only will not be accepted. 

4. AIA MTBI/Concussion Form

5. Consent to Treat Form

6. Brainbook Completion Certificate (only needed once during your high school career)

7. Opioid Education Completion Certificate (only needed once during your high school career)

8. All athletes must have medical insurance.  If you do not have personal insurance, you can purchase K & K School Accident Insurance.  Please click here for more information.

9. Unified Sports Participant Release Form (only needed if you are participating in Unified Sports)

10. For 2024-25 Non-cut sports (Cross Country, Football, Wrestling, Track, and Unified Sports) must download their Activity Fee Payment receipt to Register My Athlete.  This can be paid at the Bookstore or through Infinite Campus.  You can also designate this as part of your Arizona Tax Credit to Public Schools. NOTE: Fees will not be refunded if the student decides not to participate or quits the team.

11. Instructions for Activity Fee Payments through Infinite Campus - non cut sports

12. All other sports - Do not pay your fee until after tryouts are complete and the fee is added to your Infinite Campus In Touch Payments.

13. Instructions for Activity Fee Payments through Infinite Campus - cut sports


Athletic Compliance for Incoming Freshmen

For all incoming Freshmen, you will be able to access   soon. You will need to complete this process in order to achieve athletic compliance. Please mark your calendar so you can complete the process as soon as possible once you have access.    

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Frequently Asked Questions


  • At how many levels does Perry have football teams?

Perry primarily competes with teams at the Varsity, Junior Varsity (JV) and Freshman levels.

  • How much does it cost to play football?

The participation fee from CUSD is the only actual fee that will be paid during Puma Days or the first week of school. There are, however,  various camp costs. We have fundraisers in which each player can participate. We also have opportunities for you to donate, including program ads, funds for game day Sports Drinks, and sponsorships.

  • Where can I find important dates/information?

Check our Website, Social Media: Twitter (@perrypumas), Instagram: (@PerryPumaFootball), and Facebook (Perry TD Club).

  • Are there specific items needed for the first day of summer football?
  • Will there be a specific color of cleats for the season?

Uniform information coming soon

  • Do all players participate in 7 on 7 games in summer?

Coaches will advise those details in summer football

  • What can players bring to camp?

Additional details will be given out during summer ball, but a few items of note. Practice clothes, cleats, running shoes, personal items, . cot/air mattress/sleeping bag. Phones are not allowed, your player may bring they phone but it will be lock up with the coaches for the duration of camp.  Any valuables are a player’s responsibility. 

  • Will my player need to complete a physical?

YES! All players will need to complete a clearance process which includes a physical exam. Plan to have this done before the end of June.  Physicals must be done independently and typically cost around $25. The AIA paperwork completed during physicals will be uploaded as you complete the Athletic Clearance process at .

  • Is there spirit wear to purchase for parents, friends, fans, and family?

Absolutely! We call it PUMA WEAR! Follow that link to shop now. During all home games, we have a trailer loaded with items to purchase as well. The trailer will also be open for Camp Kick off (the day players leave for summer football camp)

  • How do I get involved or volunteer my time?

Volunteers are what brings life to the "off field" part of the Perry Football program. With Puma Football teams competing at three different levels, there are MANY different opportunities throughout the season to volunteer. Part of our tradition is for parents/family members of one level to take volunteer opportunities for other levels. For instance, a parent of a Freshman player can work the Puma Trailer at a Varsity or JV game so those parents can watch their player. Of course, the reverse is true for the Varsity parent to serve during a Freshman or JV game.  Please check Volunteers for needs and descriptions.

If you are interested in a specific job please email

  • Will there be a “Team Mom/Dad”?

Yes, each team (Varsity, JV, and Freshman) will have a Team Coordinator to help parents navigate through the season and be a liaison for you. They have the ability to send mass emails to get the information out to their team!

  • Will I need to provide my player with food before a game?

Fortunately, we have a diligent group of parents who find sponsors in the community to provide pre-game meals for our players at every level.

Freshman, JV, and Varsity will be served a pre-game meal after school on game days typically in the cafeteria. 

  • Does it cost money to attend football games?

Yes. There is a per-person cost to attend all level football games. A ticket costs $5 for all games at all levels. You must purchase tickets via Go Fan. Look for more details on this closer to the beginning of the season. Playoff and state games often cost more. Family and Athletic passes are available through the school’s athletic department.

If you have a senior family member (55+), the CUSD offers a free grandparent pass for these members to attend games for FREE! Visit the district office for a pass.

  • When does the season start?

Usually, we kick off the season with “scrimmages” at the beginning of August. Check the Important Dates for your level scrimmage date.

Can’t find the answer to your question?? Please email us at and we will work to find an answer for you!