Welcome to the 2018-19 Ooltewah High School Swim Season!
At least one parent/guardian registration is required.
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Volunteer Opt Out
If you do not wish
to parent volunteer for any of our needed jobs, you may opt out of this
by paying an additional $75 per family.
I already bought Pancake Breakfast Tickets on my Middle Schooler's registration.
The team requires that you purchase 12 tickets at $5 each. You may sell these if you wish. We ask that you let us know how many you anticipate being used.
Are you a member of the 2018-19 Ooltewah Swim Club Year Round Swim Team?
Are you a member of a 2018-19 USA Year Round Swim Team, other than OSC?
Do you already have a current Fit One Membership? Or are you part of a USA team not utilizing Fit One workouts?
Athlete/Parent/Guardian Sudden Cardiac Arrest Symptoms and Warning
Signs Information Sheet and Acknowledgement of Receipt and Review
What is sudden cardiac arrest?
Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is when the heart stops beating, suddenly
and unexpectedly. When this happens, blood stops flowing to the brain
and other vital organs. SCA doesn’t just happen to adults; it takes
the lives of students, too. However, the causes of sudden cardiac
arrest in students and adults can be different. A youth athlete’s
SCA will likely result from an inherited condition, while an adult’s
SCA may be caused by either inherited or lifestyle issues. SCA is
NOT a heart attack. A heart attack may cause SCA, but they are not
the same. A heart attack is caused by a blockage that stops the flow
of blood to the heart. SCA is a malfunction in the heart’s
electrical system, causing the heart to suddenly stop beating.
How common is sudden cardiac arrest in the United States?
SCA is the #1 cause of death for adults in this country. There are
about 300,000 cardiac arrests outside hospitals each year. About
2,000 patients under 25 die of SCA each year. It is the #1 cause of
death for student athletes.
Are there warning signs?
Although SCA happens unexpectedly, some people may have signs or
symptoms, such as:
These symptoms can be unclear in athletes, since people often confuse
these warning signs with physical exhaustion. SCA can be prevented if
the underlying causes can be diagnosed and treated.
What are the risks of practicing or playing after experiencing
these symptoms? There are risks associated with continuing to
practice or play after experiencing these symptoms. When the heart
stops, so does the blood that flows to the brain and other vital
organs. Death or permanent brain damage can occur in just a few
minutes. Most people who experience SCA die from it.
Public Chapter 325 – the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Prevention Act
The act is intended to keep youth athletes safe while practicing or
playing. The requirements of the act are:
Adapted fromPA Department of
Health: Sudden Cardiac Arrest Symptoms and Warning Signs Information
Acknowledgement of Receipt and
Review Form. 7/2013
I have reviewed
and understand the symptoms and warning signs of SCA.
RELEASE AND WAIVER OF
LIABILITY, ASSUMPTION OF RISK, AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT (“AGREEMENT”)
In consideration of
participating in the Ooltewah Swim Center I represent that I
understand the nature of this Activity and that I am qualified, in
good health, and in proper physical condition to participate in such
Activity. I acknowledge that if I believe event conditions are
unsafe, I will immediately discontinue in the Activity.
I fully understand that
this Activity involves risks of serious bodily injury, including
permanent disability, paralysis and death, which may be caused by my
own actions, or inactions, those of the others participating in the
event, the conditions in which the event takes place, or the
negligence of the “releasees” named below; and that there may be
other risks either not known to me or not readily foreseeable at this
time; and I fully accept and assume all such risks and all
responsibility for losses, cost, and damages I incur as a result in
my participation in the Activity.
I hereby release,
discharge, and covenant no to sue the Ooltewah / East Hamilton Swim
Center, its respective administrators, directors, agents, officers,
volunteers, and employees, other participants, any sponsors,
advertisers, and if applicable, owners and lessors of premises on
which the Activity takes place, (each considered one of the
“RELEASEES” herein) from all liability, claims, demands, losses,
or damages, on my account caused or alleged to be caused in whole or
in part by the negligence of the “releasees” or otherwise,
including negligent rescue operations and future agree that if,
despite this release, waiver of liability, and assumption of risk I,
or anyone on my behalf, makes a claim against any of the Releasees, I
will indemnify, save, and hold harmless each of the Releasees from
any loss, liability, damage, or cost, which any may incur as the
result of such claim.
I have read the RELEASE
AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY, ASSUMPTION OF RISK, AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT,
understand that I have given up substantial rights by signing it and
have signed it freely and without any inducement or assurance of any
nature and intend it to be complete and unconditional release of all
liability to the greatest extent allowed by law and agree that if any
portion of this agreement is held to be invalid the balance,
notwithstanding, shall continue in full force and effect.
The Ooltewah / East Hamilton Swim Club Handbook can be found on the Links page of this website.
signing here, I am acknowledging that I have read,
understand, and will abide by the rules and regulations of Ooltewah /
East Hamilton High School Swim Club as described in the Handbook.