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Athletic Trainers

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SBISD Athletics Web-Site

SBISD Athletic Paperwork

SBISD Sports Medicine

Head Athletic Trainer: Melissa Quigley

melissa.quigley@springbranchisd.com

Office: 713-251-3460

Cell: 850-377-2052

 

Asst.Athletic Trainer: Marianne Landon

marianne.landon@springbranchisd.com

Office: 713-251-3461

Cell: 713-898-2658


SHS Treatment Policy

SHS Ankle Taping Policy

 

SHS ATR rules

SBISD ATR Treatment Policy

 

Schedule

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1st-2nd Period 7:45-9:19

3rd-4th Period 9:25-11:08

5th-6th Period 11:14-12:48

7th-8th Period 1:24-3:00

 

2015-2016 Academic All State

Diane Sosa

Kendall LeMeilleur

2015 Memorial Hermann Senior Sports Medicine Scholarship Winners

Alexis Romero

Sindi Romero

STRATFORD SPARTANS

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SHS Sports Medicine Philosophy-

The combination of sports and academics can be a tremendous experience in a young person’s life. In order to achieve success at any endeavor it takes dedication, hard work, and enthusiasm. To be your best in sports medicine there is no substitute for proper, intelligent practice. As an educator and an athletic trainer, it is our job to push you towards becoming your best. For many, the price of success is too high and they are content to wallow in mediocrity. It is hard to make the necessary sacrifices but it can be done. IT IS HARD TO BE A WINNER, BUT IT IS WORTH THE EFFORT. The most important factor in success besides hard work is the concept of TEAM. An athletic trainer must place the importance of the team over that of the individual. As a player you should never think only in terms of self-goal. Instead, think in terms of team success and you will reach your individual brilliance. All student athletic trainers are vital to the team. As a student athletic trainer, you must accept the role assigned to you by the licensed athletic trainer because this is where they honestly feel you can best contribute to the success of the team. We must start thinking in terms of WE instead of I.

  


WHY SHOULD I BECOME A SPARTAN ATS?

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 Knowledge and application of Hands-on Medical SKILLS

 MEDICAL LEADERS for SHS

Best FREE seat to all SHS Sports Events

SHS Letterman

College SCHOLARSHIPS & College Field Trips

Athletic Training CONVENTIONS

Community SERVICE hours

Universal Job skills:  Professional Networking, Communication Skills, Budgeting, Time Management, Responsibility

LEARN life skills-Work Ethic, Communication and how to build Professional relationships

 

 

It takes more than HARD WORK and DETERMINATION to keep a TEAM together

 

 
 

SHS ATS

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Try-out Guidelines

 

Student Athletic Training

Manual 

 

WANT TO JOIN SHS ATS? CLICK HERE

2016-2017 ATS

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Barnes, Jaden 9th           

Benefield, Kaelen 11th

Campos, Aniesa 9th

Cervantes, Anali 12th

Flores, Rebecca 11th

Galloway, Emily 10th

Galloway, Sophia 10th

Hamdi, Ola 9th

Johnson, Jordan 10th

Jump, MacKenzie 9th

Kirkpatrick, Marquis 12th

Marin, Karolina 10th

McCall, Maegan 10th

Mendoza, Juliana 10th

Mesa, Katherine 11th

Mink, Courtney 11th

Molleda, Oriana 12th

Montanez, Ellie 10th

Noguera, Paula 10th

Pena, Jaelyn 9th

Rincon, Allie 11th 

Rios, Iris 11th

Rodriguez, Makayla 10th

Romero, Abigail 11th

Sanchez, Crystal 11th

Sturgis, Bethany 11th

Vargas, Andrea 11th

Woods, KenAsia 12th

WE ARE THE TEAM BEHIND THE TEAM

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GHATS TOP 4 in QUIZ BOWL

 

AWESOME JOB!!!!!