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Athletic Event Digital Ticketing Information


Cuda Nation we have transitioned to digital ticketing via GoFan for all athletic events this year. Due to CDC restrictions, we will be at a 35 percent capacity for all sporting events. Tickets for all athletic events throughout the year can be purchased by visiting or by clicking below on our GoFan ticket link. For home football games, any remaining tickets will be available to purchase on campus the week of the game on Thursday & Friday from 9-11 am at the student entrance between buildings 9 &1. Face coverings must be worn and a temperature screening will occur when you enter campus. On gameday, if there are any remaining tickets, they can be purchased digitally at the game. As usual, there will be a no large bag or backpack policy. Face coverings must be worn upon entry and throughout the event and temperature checks will occur prior to entering the game. Cash will only be accepted for parking. If you have any questions, feel free to email Athletic Director Gerald Fuller, at [email protected]

FALL SPORTS - Summer Conditioning 2020

Fall Sports will begin voluntary conditioning on July 6th. To be eligible to participate each athlete must have their 2020-21 school year athletic registration completed, their new 2020-21 athletic physical turned in, and their COVID-19 waiver signed and completed. All athletic registrations and COVID-19 waivers must be completed electronically on . Physical forms to take to the doctor can also be printed from the family id website. If your physical expires at any point during the fall sports season, you must get a new one that will last all season BEFORE being approved for summer conditioning and workouts. Once all three things are received and processed you will receive an approval email from Mr. Fuller or Mrs. Schwartz. If you have any questions please email Coach Fuller, at [email protected]

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AdventHealth Providing FREE Pre-Participation Sports Physicals for 2020-2021

AdventHealth will perform free physicals for Volusia County Schools student-athletes, grades 6 -12, on July 17 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and July 18 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

These annual pre-participation physicals for student-athletes will include assessments of vitals and functional movement, as well as medical screening.

AdventHealth will perform these sports physicals at the Daytona International Speedway in the Rolex Lounge. To access the Rolex Lounge, participants will enter the stadium property at NASCAR Dr., across from One Daytona. Signage will direct participants to park in front of the Axalta Injector and proceed to the Suite Tower Entrance for a pre-event screening.

Safety measures will be in place. This includes a COVID-19 screening and temperature check for all participants and staff, social distancing throughout the event, masks worn by all participants and staff, frequent sanitizing of all spaces, and limited capacity.

In efforts to control numbers and ensure social distancing, student-athletes are asked to pre-register for the event. Visit to secure your spot!

Please follow the guidelines below for a successful experience:

• Be sure to download, complete and sign all required paperwork before arrival.

• The physical and consent forms must be signed by a parent or guardian in order to receive a physical.

• All athletes must register in advance. There will be 10 appointment slots every 15 minutes.

• All guests must wear a mask at all times per city ordinance.

• To ensure the safety of all participants and providers, a COVID-19 screening and forehead temperature scan will be completed on all guests prior to entering the event

• In order to adhere to CDC social distancing guidelines, please limit one parent or guardian per athlete/family. No additional family members permitted.

To download the form for the annual pre-participation physicals, go to link below. Students must bring this paperwork, completed, and signed by their parents.

These free physicals are provided as part of AdventHealth's historic $2 million, five-year partnership with Volusia County Schools. The partnership strives to address three key issues affecting students: student-athlete health; career development in the healthcare industry; and chronic absenteeism.