• Students at Reading Fleming Intermediate School are encouraged to participate in a variety of staff-supervised extracurricular activities throughout the school year.  Enrollment for winter activities begins on Monday, November 22, 2021.

    Winter extracurricular activities begin the week of January 10, 2022.  Click here for a list of scheduled clubs. If for any reason a club meeting is canceled, the advisor should notify parents by email.

    Attention 6th Grade Students!

    6th grade students are required to turn in medical forms in order to participate in intramural basketball and soccer. Please follow the instructions below for required medical documentation. Click here for all required forms found on the district website under Health Services/Forms.

     1. Pre-Participation Sport Physical Evaluation: (English | En Español)

    Forms are to be fully completed.  Sections for vision, BP and pulse, height and weight must be completed by examining licensed provider within 365 days prior to the first practice session.  If vision is corrected, primary provider needs to screen vision with lenses.   If the student sees an eye doctor, results of recent eye exam must be attached.  Stating “sees eye doctor” is not acceptable. Physical examinations are good for one calendar year.   

    Click here for all required forms found on the district website under Health Services/Forms.

    * Please review the following documents. Parents must acknowledge receipt via the Parent Portal prior to student participation in either sport.


    Sudden Cardiac Death

    Opioid Use & Misuse

    Concussion Fact Sheet

    Sports Related Eye Injuries

    2.  Health History Update Questionnaire: (English | En Español)

    Form is to be completed by parent or guardian.  This form is required for each sport season.  Health History Update Questionnaire  must be signed and dated within 90 days prior to the first practice session. 

    3.  Asthma / Allergy Forms:

    If it is indicated on the Health History Form that a student has asthma (Asthma Treatment Plan), allergies (Allergy-Anaphylaxis Action Plan ) or daily medications (Daily Medications), the appropriate forms must be submitted to the Health Office.  Forms may be accessed at the RFIS website:  Health Forms

    Please contact the RFIS Health Office with any questions at 908-284-7512.



Last Modified on January 11, 2022