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PASA Alpine Hills Registration Form for 2022-2023

Welcome to the PASA Alpine Hills Registration Page

Parent/Guardian Information

At least one parent/guardian registration is required.
New accounts will be sent an email confirmation message with instructions to setup a password.

Please indicate which parents will be volunteering this season. At least one parent/guardian is required to volunteer.

At least one parent/guardian email address must be provided.
Check the boxes to indicate which parent/guardians should receive team-wide emails.

First Name * Last Name * Email Address *
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Athlete Information

Enter the information for each athlete being registered below. At least one Athlete registration is required.

First Name * Preferred Name Middle Initial * Last Name * Competition Category * Birth Date *
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Code of Conduct and Team Guidelines

My swimmer(s) and I have read and agree to the Code of Conduct and Team Guidelines *

Covid Guidelines

My swimmer(s) will not attend practice if they are feeling ill or have been exposed to someone with Covid. My swimmer will not return to the practice until they have tested negative or are at least 5 days from their positive test and aren't showing any symptoms.

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Liability and Waiver


I agree to pay the fees and dues set forth in the swim team packet, and agree to volunteer the appropriate time as required for attending meets. I hereby give permission to a representative of Alpine Hills Tennisand Swimming Club to obtain medical attention for theabovenamed participant(s) in swim team activities and waive any and all rights to claims for loss ordamages caused by the negligence, active or passive, of theAlpine Hills Tennis and Swimming Club, their Directors, Officers, Employees, Coaches, Lifeguards and Trainers, and any individuals supervising such activities or officiating atcompetitions. 

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Alpine Hills Non-Member Policy (Members please acknowledge for registration)

Alpine Hills Non-Member Policy

Non-Alpine Hills Members are guests of Alpine Hills during PASA swim practices. As guests, swimmers may only use the Alpine facilities during PASA practice hours. The Club’s facilities are not available to anyone else except the swimmer, unless you are signed in as a guest and are with a member. If your swimmer changes before or after practice, please make sure to use the girl’s or boy’s locker rooms. Finally, the Hot Tub is off-limits to all PASA swimmers (member or non-member) during PASA practice hours, unless specified otherwise by the club staff.

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Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy


  • All USA Swimming non-athlete members and adult athlete members;
  • Participating non-members (e.g., meet marshals, meet computer operators, timers, etc.);
  • LSC and club adult staff and board members; and
  • Any other adult authorized to have regular contact with or authority over minor athletes.

    Collectively “Applicable Adult(s)”


    USA Swimming member clubs and LSCs are required to implement this Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy in full. The Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy must be reviewed and agreed to in writing by all athletes, parents, coaches and other non-athlete members of member clubs on an annual basis with such written agreement to be retained by the club.


  1. Observable and Interruptible
    One-on-one interactions between a minor athlete and an Applicable Adult (who is not the minor’slegal guardian) must occur at an observable and interruptible distance from another adult unless meeting with a Mental Health Care Professional and/or Health Care Provider (see below) or under emergency circumstances.
  2. Meetings
    1. Meetings between a minor athlete and an Applicable Adult may only occur if another adult is

      present and where interactions can be easily observed and at an interruptible distance from

      another adult, except under emergency circumstances.

    2. If a one-on-one meeting takes place, the door to the room must remain unlocked and open. If

      available, it must occur in a room that has windows, with the windows, blinds, and/or curtains

      remaining open during the meeting.

    3. Meetings must not be conducted in an Applicable Adult or athlete’s hotel room or other

      overnight lodging location during team travel.

  3. Meetings with Mental Health Care Professionals and/or Health Care Providers
    If a Mental Health Care Professional and/or Health Care Provider meets with a minor athlete in conjunction with participation, including at practice or competition sites, a closed-door meeting may be permitted to protect patient privacy provided that:
    1. The door remains unlocked;
    2. Another adult is present at the facility;
    3. The other adult is advised that a closed-door meeting is occurring; and
    4. Written legal guardian consent is obtained in advance by the Mental Health Care

      Professional and/or Health Care Provider, with a copy provided to the club.

  4. Individual Training Sessions [Recommended]
    Individual training sessions outside of the regular course of training and practice between Applicable Adults and minor athletes are permitted if the training session is observable and interruptible by another adult. Legal guardians must be allowed to observe the training session.


  1. Content
    All electronic communication from Applicable Adults to minor athletes must be professional in nature.
  2. Open and Transparent
    Absent emergency circumstances, if an Applicable Adult with authority over minor athletes needs to communicate directly with a minor athlete via electronic communications (including socialmedia), the minor athlete’s legal guardian must be copied. If a minor athlete communicates to the Applicable Adult (with authority over the minor athlete) privately first, said Applicable Adult must


copy the minor athlete’s legal guardian on any electronic communication response to the minorathlete.

When an Applicable Adult with authority over minor athletes communicates electronically to the entire team, said Applicable Adult must copy another adult.

  1. Requests to Discontinue
    Legal guardians may request in writing that their minor athlete not be contacted through any form of electronic communication by the club, LSC or by an Applicable Adult subject to this Policy. The organization must abide by any such request that the minor athlete not be contacted via electronic communication, or included in any social media post, absent emergency circumstances.
  2. Hours
    Electronic communications must only be sent between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m., unless emergency circumstances exist, or during competition travel.
  3. Prohibited Electronic Communication
    Applicable Adults with authority over minor athletes are not permitted to maintain private social media connections with unrelated minor athletes and such Applicable Adults are not permitted to accept new personal page requests on social media platforms from minor athletes, unless the Applicable Adult has a fan page, or the contact is deemed as celebrity contact as opposed to regular contact. Existing social media connections with minor athletes must be discontinued. Minor athletesmay “friend” the club and/or LSC’s official page.

    Applicable Adults with authority over minor athletes must not send private, instant or direct messages to a minor athlete through social media platforms.


  1. Local Travel
    Local travel consists of travel to training, practice and competition that occurs locally and does not include coordinated overnight stay(s).

    Applicable Adults must not ride in a vehicle alone with an unrelated minor athlete, absent emergency circumstances, and must always have at least two minor athletes or another adult in the vehicle, unless otherwise agreed to in writing by the minor athlete’s legal guardian.

    Legal guardians must pick up their minor athlete first and drop off their minor athlete last in any shared or carpool travel arrangement.

  2. Team Travel
    Team travel is travel to a competition or other team activity that the organization plans and supervises.
    1. During team travel, when doing room checks two-deep leadership (two Applicable Adults should be present) and observable and interruptible environments must be maintained.

      When only one Applicable Adult and one minor athlete travel to a competition, the minorathlete’s legal guardian must provide written permission in advance and for each competitionfor the minor athlete to travel alone with said Applicable Adult.

      Team Managers and Chaperones who travel with the club or LSC must be USA Swimming members in good standing.

    2. Unrelated non-athlete Applicable Adults must not share a hotel room, other sleeping arrangement or overnight lodging location with an athlete.


Minor athletes should be paired to share hotel rooms or other sleeping arrangements with other minor athletes of the same gender and of similar age. When a minor athlete and an adult athlete share a hotel room or other sleeping arrangement, the minor athlete’s legalguardian must provide written permission in advance and for each instance for the minor to share a hotel room or other sleeping arrangement with said adult athlete.

c. Meetings during team travel must be conducted consistent with the One-on-One Interactions section of this Policy (i.e., any such meeting must be observable and interruptible). Meetings must not be conducted in an individual’s hotel room or other overnight sleeping location.


  1. Requirement to Use Locker Room or Changing Area
    The designated locker room or changing area must be used when an athlete or Applicable Adult changes, in whole or in part, into or out of a swimsuit when wearing just one suit (e.g., deck changing is prohibited).
  2. Use of Recording DevicesUse of any device’s (including a cell phone’s) recording capabilities, including voice recording, stillcameras and video cameras in locker rooms, changing areas, or similar spaces by a minor athlete or an Applicable Adult is prohibited.
  3. Undress
    An unrelated Applicable Adult must not expose his or her breasts, buttocks, groin or genitals to a minor athlete under any circumstance. An unrelated Applicable Adult must not request an unrelatedminor athlete to expose the minor athlete’s breasts, buttocks, groin or genitals to the unrelated Applicable Adult under any circumstance.
  4. One-on-One Interactions
    Except for athletes on the same team or athletes attending the same competition, at no time are unrelated Applicable Adults permitted to be alone with a minor athlete in a locker room or changing area, except under emergency circumstances. If the organization is using a facility that only has a single locker room or changing area, separate times for use by Applicable Adults must be designated.
  5. Monitoring
    The club must regularly and randomly monitor the use of locker rooms and changing areas to ensure compliance with this Policy. Locker rooms and changing areas may be monitored by use of the following methods:
    1. Conducting a sweep of the locker room or changing area before athletes arrive;
    2. Posting staff directly outside the locker room or changing area during periods of use;
    3. Leaving the doors open when adequate privacy is still possible; and/or
    4. Making occasional sweeps of the locker rooms or changing areas with women checking on

      female locker rooms and men checking on male locker rooms.

    Every effort must be made to recognize when a minor athlete goes to the locker room or changing area during practice and competition, and, if the minor athlete does not return in a timely fashion,to check on the minor athlete’s whereabouts.

  6. Legal Guardians in Locker Rooms or Changing Areas
    Legal guardians are discouraged from entering locker rooms and changing areas. If a legal guardian does enter a locker room or changing area, it must only be a same-sex legal guardian and the legal guardian should notify a coach or administrator in advance.



  1. Definition: In this section, the term “Massage” refers to any massage, rubdown, athletic trainingmodality including physical modalities (e.g., stretching, physical manipulation, injury rehabilitation, etc.) and electronic or instrument assisted modalities (e.g., stim treatment, dry needling, cupping, etc.).
  2. General Requirement
    Any Massage performed on an athlete must be conducted in an open and interruptible location and must be performed by a licensed massage therapist or other certified professional. However, even if a coach is a licensed massage therapist, the coach must not perform a rubdown or massage of an athlete under any circumstance.
  3. Additional Minor Athlete Requirements
    1. Written consent by a legal guardian must be obtained in advance by the licensed massage

      therapist or other certified professional, with a copy provided to the club.

    2. Legal guardians must be allowed to observe the Massage.
    3. Any Massage of a minor athlete must be done with at least one other adult present and must

      never be done with only the minor athlete and the person performing the Massage in the


    4. [Recommended] Any Massage of a minor athlete must only occur after a proper diagnosis

      from a treating physician and be done in the course of care according to the physician’streatment plan.

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PASA Alpine Hills Code of Conduct

Alpine Hills PASA Code of Conduct serves as a guide to achieve success through the swimming experience and our program. It defines the responsibilities of the the swimmer, the family and the coaching staff so that a positive environment encouraging of personal and athletic growth will occur. 

Our Philosophy 

- Swimming is a privilege, not a right 

- Swimmers have the ability to behave appropriately 

- Swimmers accept responsibility for their own actions 

- Good discipline is positive training to help swimmers make appropriate choices 

- Discipline is a shared responsibility between swimmer, teammates, family and coaches 

- Swimming is fun! 

Swimmer Responsibilities 

- Support the team and oneself 

- Follow the standards of behavior set by the staff and the rules of the facility 

- Behave in the pool, on deck and in the locker room without damage or disruption, or interfering with the rights of other swimmers and members of the community

- Attend practice and competitions on time 

- Respect teammates, families, facilities, staff and members of the community 

Family Responsibilities

- Support the swimmer and the staff 

- Be familiar with discipline guidelines 

- Share responsibility for their child’s actions 

- Abide by Alpine Hills policies 

- Share responsibilities with the staff by working together for the entire development of the swimmer as an athlete and as a person 

Coach Responsibilities 

- Support the swimmer and the family

- Provide a positively healthy training and competitive environment with swimmer behavior guided by clearly defined rules, regulations and expectations, consistency of implementation and effective and timely communication.

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