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Athletic Training

Athletic Training

Author: Janna Roper
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Denton Guyer High School Student Athletic Trainer By-Laws

Do the right things at the right time for the right reason”

 

The student athletic trainer program is intended to insure the highest quality of care and prevention of student athletes. Student trainers should obtain a knowledge and skill base in order to fulfill these duties in the student athletic trainer program.

 

 

 

  1. GOALS
  1. Supervision of student athletes while assisting head athletic trainers
  2. Utilize the student athletic training program to encourage development of lifetime skills such as management, organization, communication and work ethic.
  3. Growth and development in the health care profession in a variety of settings.

 

  1. STUDENT TRAINER RULES AND REGULATIONS
  1. Act and dress in a professional manner when representing Guyer High School
  2. All students traveling on the bus to games will sit in the front of the bus to and from games.
  3. Commitment to the student athletic training program.
  4. The use of illegal drugs, tobacco or alcohol will not be tolerated.
  5. Be responsible.
  6. Strive to learn and improve in all areas of athletic training.
  7. Be self- motivated and show initiative without being told to do so.
  8. Respect all authority and peers
  9. Serve as a positive role model both on and off the field.
  10. Report any problems to the head athletic trainers immediately.
  11. Maintain confidentiality at all times.
  12. Refrain from gossip, profanity or other derogatory statements or remarks, both written and oral.
  13. Make your grades.
  14. Follow weekly schedule and any schedule changes provided by Coach Roper
  15. Make sure you can provide yourself with transportation to and from activities.
  16. If you are going to be absent you must personally let Coach Roper know in a reasonable amount of time.
  17. Cary a sling or fanny pack with you at all times with supplies.
  18. Do NOT make excuses.

FAILURE TO FOLLOW ANY OF THE ABOVE RULES AND EXPECTATIONS ARE GROUNDS FOR IMMEDIATE DISMISSAL FROM THE STUDENT TRAINER PROGRAM

 

  1. DRESS CODE
  1. No dresses or skirts
  2. No jeans
  3. No low cut shirts
  4. No open toes shoes
  5. Undergarments may not show

EACH STUDENT WILL BE ASSIGNED A LOCKER SO THERE SHOULD BE NO REASON NOT TO BE IN DRESS CODE ON A DAILY BASIS!!

 

 

  1. RESPONSIBILITIES
  1. Equipment
  1. Student trainers are responsible for all equipment such as water coolers, splints, ice chests, medical kits, etc …….. It is your duty to make sure all equipment makes it to and from games and returned to the proper storage facility.
  2. Only authorized students may drive the golf cart. You MUST have permission from a head athletic trainer before driving. The golf cart is for moving equipment to and from the practice/game fields. The golf cart is NOT for personal use at any time. Pay attention when you are driving. You will be held responsible.
  1. Keys
  1. On occasion, a coach or head trainer may give you keys to assist them with daily duties. Upon completion of the task, you MUST IMMEDIATELY return the keys to the appropriate coach or head athletic trainer. DO NOT send someone else to do this for you.
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