SWEETWATER District Athletics Update

Sweetwater Union High School District Update April 19, 2021

Christopher Alvarez
Assistant Principal of Student Activities

Tyler Arciaga
Athletic Director

George LaFiguera
Athletic Trainer

2020 – 21 Coach Contact List

2016 Cheerleaders at a home varsity football game (southwestern College)

Athletic Clearance Information

Athletics Related Information

BVHS Athletics Spring 2021
  • Must be cleared by the ASB
  • Hand your clearance receipt and negative COVID test (dated no earlier than Feb 1) to your coach on the first day of workouts/practice
  • Clearance instructions can be found on BVHS Athletics website:

Please contact your specific coach for information:

•Start Dates:
  • Softball: March 3 @ 3:30PM (tryouts March 13)
  • Baseball: March 1 @ 3PM (tryouts March 13)
  • Girls Lax: March 1 @ 3:30PM (tryouts March 13)
  • Boys Lax: March 13th @ 11AM
  • Girls Soccer: March 10th @ 3:30PM @ BVM
  • Boys Soccer: March 8th @ 3PM @ BVM
  • Field Hockey: March 1 @ 4:30PM
  • Football: March 2nd @ 3:30PM
  • Cheer: TBA

  • Driver Information Form – Athletics – use this form to obtain clearance to drive students, other than your own child, to and from athletic events
  • Walk-in Physicals Information – List of locations where you can get a last minute physical without an appointment
Name of Physician and Contact Info Cost and Availability
1628 Palm Avenue
San Diego, CA 92154
(619) 591-9999
$25 CASH


Saturday & Sunday

2437 Fenton Street
Chula Vista, CA 91914
(619) 397-0866
$25 CASH


Concussion Protocol

The Sweetwater Union High School District places student safety as our number one priority. In the unfortunate situation when a student suffers a concussion we immediately implement our Return to Learn Protocol in the classroom and our Return to Play Protocol if a student is involved in our athletic programs. Parents need to communicate with their student’s coach, nurse, athletic trainer, and counselor after meeting with the doctor. A doctor’s note will assist in guiding us in accommodating your student’s needs. The nurse and counselor will then inform your students teachers and begin to monitor your student’s progress as established by our Return to Learn Protocol. Teachers will work with your student and make accommodations based upon his/her progress. If symptoms have a prolonged effect on your student’s classroom performance, a student study team may be necessary.

  • Concussion Protocol Paperwork – *MANDATORY*
    • Page 1 – Top 2/3 of page to be completed by coach; bottom 1/3 to be completed by Physician
    • Page 2 and 3 – In addition to the bottom of page 1, these pages need to be completed by the physician at the INITIAL examination and returned to school nurse
  • Concussion Q & A for Parents
    • A summary of common questions and answers for parents regarding concussions