Monmouth Regional High School Athletics Spectator Guidelines
For Attending Indoor Home Athletic Events
The 2021 MRHS Winter Sports Season has begun. The primary focus has and will continue to be providing student-athletes as many opportunities as possible to play the sports they love. While these events are occurring at our facility, we are asking that our spectators allow this to happen by adhering to the following guidelines:
- Governor Phil Murphy established Executive Order No. 220, which enables indoor sporting events to allow parents or guardians to attend competitions.
- Under the executive order, up to two parents or guardians per athlete will be able to attend.
- No other spectators are permitted, and even with the parents or guardians, indoor youth sporting events may never exceed 35% capacity or 150 people. All spectators must follow the Department of Health’s sports activities guidance including mask requirements, social distancing guidelines, and staying home when sick. Spectators will be expected to cooperate with contact-tracing efforts. School districts will retain the ability to impose stricter guidelines and not allow spectators, and also have the discretion on whether and when to implement this policy regarding parents or guardians.
- Spectators will be required to complete a COVID 19 Prescreening Questionnaire prior to admittance to the competition.
- Spectators will be required to be temperate screened after confirmation of the prescreening questionnaire has been completed prior to admittance to the competition.
- Spectators will be required to sit in the designated seating areas.
- Spectators will be required to exit the competition immediately following the conclusion of the event.
- Please be advised these guidelines may change at any time.
- The host sites reserve the right to eject spectators who do not adhere to those guidelines.
Thank you for your anticipated cooperation for a successful season. MRHS Athletic Department
QR Code for Basketball Spectators:
Link for today's game: MRHS Basketball Spectator COVID19 Form
COVID 19 Information
In conforming to the governor’s Executive Order 149 specifies that high school sports activities under the jurisdiction of the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (“NJSIAA”) may resume in accordance with reopening protocols issued by NJSIAA, which shall consider NJ Department of Health (DOH) guidance in issuing these protocols. The following guidelines are for schools wishing to participate in athletic events The accuracy of completing these forms is imperative to the success of the athletic programs at Monmouth Regional High School.
Please choose the daily form for the practice you will be participating in and complete on line on the day of, prior to arriving to school.
Student athletes are not permitted to participate in workouts if there is a "YES" answer on the questionnaires. In this case, the student athlete must be cleared by a doctor before they can participate ( a doctors' note is required). Additional guidelines and specific timing for subsequent phases are pending, and details will be shared no less than two weeks before the next phase begins. NJSIAA continues to emphasize that all dates are subject to revision.
MRHS will be offering physical exams for student athletes on
February 16th A-L, February 19th M-Z
March 1st A-L , March 12th M-Z
Prior to scheduling an appointment all student athletes parents are required to complete the revised Health History Update (Click here for the link): Health History Update and Preparticipation Physical Evaluation form (click here for the link): Preparticipation Physical Evaluation Form
The Health History Update Questionnaire has been updated to include 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) related-questions. Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:40-41.7(b), the Health History Update Questionnaire is to be completed and signed by a student-athlete’s parent or guardian when the student-athlete’s last physical examination was completed more than ninety (90) days prior to the first day of official practice in an athletic season. Once completed, the Health History Update Questionnaire shall be reviewed by the school nurse and, if applicable, the school athletic trainer. Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:40-4, if an answer to a question on the Health History Update Questionnaire is yes, the certified school nurse and school physician (or other designated medical professional) shall determine whether additional medical attention and/or further evaluation is necessary. All student athletes participating in a sport at MRHS are required to complete the Updated Health History Form. All HEALTH HISTORY FORMS and or PRIVATE PHYSICALS MUST BE SUBMITTED AND RECEIVED TO THE HEALTH OFFICE BY HOMEROOM THE DAY BEFORE THE CORRESPONDING PHYSICAL EXAM APPOINTMENT. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Welcome to Monmouth Regional. I have been with the district since January 2000. I have 17 years of Health and Physical Educaiton teaching experience. , I was Assistant Principal for 2 years and currently serving as the Athletic Director and Health & Physical Education supervisor for the past 13 years. I was a former boys and girls soccer coach for 15 years as well as an Alumni from Monmouth Regional.
Mr. Tony DeOrio
Director of Athletics: Supervisor of Health & Physical Education
Phone: 732-542-1170 ext 1104
Athletic Director Secretary:
732-542-1170 ext 1155
Athletic Department Information
Address: 1 Norman J. Field Way, Tinton Falls, NJ 07724
Colors: Black and Gold
Conference: Shore Conference
Division: A- Central - Rumson, Raritan, Holmdel, Manasquan, RBC, Shore, St. Rose
NJSIAA Section: Group II in most sports (subject to change by sport)