Resources

Most of our forms and materials are now online and distributed through your Hanalani Account at https://hanalani.myschoolapp.com/. This is an effort to go paperless, improve efficiency, and give you an easy method to submit forms to us. Paper forms are available by request from the Athletic Office- athletics@hanalani.org

Please review the following Student-Athlete Handbook and submit the required Athletic Physical.

Student-Athlete Handbook 2018-19

Athletic Physical Form (Grades 7-12)

CSAL

The CSAL student waiver must be on file in the Athletic Office before any student in grades 4-6 may participate in tryouts or practice for an elementary sports team. Forms will be distributed through your Hanalani Account at https://hanalani.myschoolapp.com/. After you signup your child for an elementary sport, we will send out the CSAL Waivers. We do NOT require a physical for Elementary Sports.
 
Christian School Athletic League Handbook

Health & Safety

List of 2 items.

  • Concussions

    In accordance with the Hawaii Concussion Law (Act 262), parents and student athletes are required to receive annual concussion education and awareness training. Both parents and student athletes must complete concussion education program (BrainSpace) provided by the Hawaii Concussion Awareness Management Program (HCAMP).

    Concussion Education for Parents 

    Concussion Education for Middle School (Grades 6-8)

    Concussion Education of High School (Grades 9-12)

    Concussion Management Program

  • Medical Action Plans

    Student-athletes who have been diagnosed with medical conditions that may affect or may be exacerbated by physical activity should have a medical action plan on file in the Athletic Office. These plans are especially useful if athletes must self-administer prescription medication (such as a rescue inhaler or an epinepherine autoinjector) regularly or in case of emergency. Please note that antibiotics, analgesics, and other over-the-counter medications will not be administered by any members of the Athletic Department staff. It is highly recommended that parents and athletes consult their pediatrician or medical specialist when creating a medical action plan.

    • Anaphylaxis Action Plan (American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology)
    • Asthma Action Plan (American Lung Association)
    • Diabetes Medical Management Plan (American Diabetes Association)
    • Epilepsy Action Plan (Epilepsy Foundation)
    • Food Allergy Action Plan (Food Allergy Research & Education)