Please use the menu to the left to navigate to the form section of your choice.
- PDF Document
- Microsoft Word Document
- This document has form fields and can be completed in Microsoft Word, then printed for signing
- Zip file containing multiple documents
BACK TO TOP
New School Enrollment Forms:
Application for non-member schools to become members
Public/Private School District Membership Form:
Form for each WIAA Member School District & Private School to complete annually indicating which schools (high schools, junior highs, and/or middle schools) within the respective district will be WIAA member schools for the upcoming school year. - DUE June 13, 2014
School Board Resolution Form:
Form for each WIAA Member School District & Private School to complete annually which delegates authority to the WIAA for the schools listed in the Public/Private School District Membership Form (see above form). - DUE June 13, 2014
Combined - Co-Op Form:
Application for two or more to enter into a combined or cooperative program. Must be filed with the WIAA by the end of the third week of the season.
Contractual form for two or more schools to agree to a contest. A great way to not overlook a booking or double-book!
Coaches Practice Regulations:
A list of do's and dont's for coaches for during season and out-of-season activities.
WIAA/WSFA Participating School Forensic Tournament Joint Supervision Agreement:
Agreement form for identifying the supervisor for forensics tournament participants when two or more schools to be supervised by a coach from a single school.
Wrestling Weight Permit Form: Middle School Only
The form for individual wrestlers to have filled out by a physician establishing minimum wrestling weight.
Wrestling Weight List for Matches: Middle School Only
Weigh-in form for dual matches with actual weight and Dr. minimum recommendations.
Wrestling Weight Certification Summary Form: Middle School Only
Maintain a list of doctor's minimum recommended weights to protect yourself and your athletes.
Wrestling Participation "W-2" Form:
Senior High summary of season participation identifying certified weight, number of weigh-in at each wrestling weight, and won-loss record. Typically used in preparation for post-season tournaments.
BACK TO TOP
WIAA Clock Hour Program Application:
If you wish to propose a program for WIAA Clock Hours, this is the form that needs to be used. IMPORTANT: Completed applications MUST be received at the WIAA office no less than 14 days prior to the program in order to be approved!
WIAA Amendment Proposal Form:
The form for recommending changed to the WIAA Handbook. Must be submitted by the second Friday in January.
Gareth Giles Nomination Form:
Gareth Giles was a long-standing advocate of scholastic activities in the State of Washington, and this award is to recognize those who hold a similar passion by participation in leadership activities throughout the state. Must be submitted by the second Friday in January.
WIAA Regional/State Site Application:
For schools/facilities interested in hosting a WIAA tournament.
Just Play Fair! Manual, Including Applications:
Just Play Fair! is the WIAA Sportsmanship program. Schools or leagues may apply for the Just Play Fair! program to show their dedication to sportsmanship. (Use the worksheet to help fill out the application).
BACK TO TOP
WIAA Rules Book, WIAA Handbook, and WIAA Directory Order Form:
Schools and individuals can order publications such as rule books, handbooks, and directories. Schools may make purchase via school purchase by going through my.wiaa.com and clicking the link for "Orders Materials." Users must either be a Master user for a school or have online ordering permission to send in order requests for schools using a purchase order.
Non-school personnel and individuals without online ordering credentials can contact Aaron Roetcisoender at firstname.lastname@example.org or (425) 282-5245. The WIAA does not accept credit cards for payment.
BACK TO TOP
Medical Emergency Authorization Form:
This sample form is an outline to assist schools in creating a medical release form.
WIAA Physical Form:
The recommended pre-participation history, physical and authorization form.
WIAA Physical Update:
Once the physical form is on file, only the physical update is needed yearly to maintain a student's physical eligibility to participate.
Wrestling Skin Condition Evaluation Report:
Youth Football Heat Risk Guidelines:
The published guidelines, Youth Football: Heat Stress and Injury Risk, are based on recommendations from a national panel of experts who examined hydration, environment, and other factors which cause players to overheat. The recommendations are designed for coaches, parents, and players to follow during preseason football practices.
Event injury report form to be used at all WIAA state events.
BACK TO TOP
NFHS Fine Arts Sanction:
Required to hold an interstate fine arts activity
BACK TO TOP
2013-14 Guide to Student Athletic Eligibility:
**Please review the Student Eligibility Resource Guide before proceeding with the Student Eligibility Packet.**
Student Eligibility Packet:
A student eligibility packet containing all necessary information. The completed packet needs to be sent to your District Eligibility Chair Person.
Form 5: Previous School Statement
Appeal Forms and Procedure:
Sample Student Residency Contract:
A mock-up of a standard contract between a school and a family unit as related to WIAA eligibility rules.
WIAA Running Start Contract:
An academic plan contract between Running Start students and their home high school to ensure academic eligibility for high school activities.
Home Based Education School Contract:
An academic plan contract between Home Based School students and their home high school to ensure academic eligibility for high school activities.
Alternative Education School Contract:
An academic plan contract between Alternative Education School students and their home high school to ensure academic eligibility for high school activities.
Educational/Cultural Exchange Contract:
School form verifying that all participants in an activity meet all of the criteria for eligibility.
Identifies all of the criteria that each student must meet in order to be eligible, along with a check sheet for validation.
"Protect Your Eligibility":
HIGH SCHOOL VERSION: MIDDLE LEVEL VERSION:
A form for student-athletes reminding them of the responsibilities that they must uphold in order to maintain their athletic eligibility.