SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Co-Chairs 

Mitch Smelis, AT, ATC

Meaghan Rourke, AT, ATC

mats.ssatc@gmail.com

The Michigan Athletic Trainers’ Society Secondary School Athletic Training Committee is committed to promote the role and function of the Licensed Athletic Trainer in the secondary school setting as it pertains to student-athlete health and safety.

Committee Members:

Mitchell Smelis, Fenton HS – Committee co -chair

Meaghan Rourke, Allen Park HS - Committee co-chair

Jesse Brinks, Northview HS

Lorin Cartwright, retired

John Ciecko III, Bloomfield Hills HS - Ex Officio

Nicole Coleman, Marquette HS

Kevin Fleming, Hanover Horton HS

L. Richard Kieft, Lansing Christian HS

Paige Mielke, Novi HS

Martha Munsell, Fowlerville HS

Anthony Polazzo

Amy Ream, Traverse City Central HS

Brianna Taylor

Kelly Salter, Birmingham Groves HS

ATLAS Survey will be closed June 1 - August 1

2019-20 NATA/KSI ATLAS Secondary School survey is open...Click Here. If you work in the secondary school setting, please take a few minutes and complete this years survey! Even if you have completed it in years past, please take a few minutes to take it again for this school year. The survey changes annually to help collect updated AT contact information, as well as other information about your school/program.

 

If you don't work in the secondary school setting, but have colleagues that do, please spread the word and encourage them to take the survey as well. The more info we can collect, the better we can map and understand this setting across Michigan!

 

 

 

QUICK LINKS

MHSAA HNC FAQ  GO HERE

 

MHSAA Wresling Officials "Blue Book" GO HERE

 

MATS ATLAS Initiative  GO HERE

 

MHSAA Concussion Care Insurance Benefit  GO HERE

 

MATS Safe Sports School Winners  GO HERE

 

NATA Safe Sports School Application GO HERE

 

NEED AN AT?  GO HERE

NEWS

Secondary Schools with low availability of athletic trainers may be at higher risk of repeat concussion. READ HERE

 

MHSAA Concussion Care Insurance Benefit

Continuing in the 2018-19 school year, the MHSAA is providing supplemental insurance for the payment of medical expenses related to concussions.  The injury must have occurred during a MHSAA activity of a member school.  The policy limit is $25000.00 for each occurrence.

 

The program intends to assure that member MHSAA student athletes revived prompt and professional medical services for head injury even if the athlete is uninsured or under-insured.

 

The insurance offered by MHSAA through K and K company is a secondary carrier.  This means when the primary insurance is used then the school's athletic insurance (if a coverage is provided) is used then and only then the MHSAA policy used to pay remaining costs.

So in fact you could have 3 insurances paying for costs related to concussion injury.

 

See your Athletic Director or Athletic Trainer for additional information about the program.

 

Forms and other information GO HERE

Secondary School Position Improvement Guide GO HERE

Consensus Statement on Best Practices for Sports Medicine Management for Secondary Schools GO HERE

Stay Tuned!

The MATS Secondary School AT Committee is working to make the MI AT Helmet Sticker Project available to you in the near future!

We were glad to see the interest when we started this project at the MHSAA Football Finals held at Ford Field Nov 23-24.

We will post further information once it is available, we still have a few details to finalize first.

THANKS to the MHSAA for partnering with us and allowing us to roll out this initiative at Ford Field this November!

NATA Safe School Recipients

as of 8/2018

 
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The Michigan Athletic Trainer’s Society is a professional membership organization for Athletic Trainers (AT), Athletic Training students, and others who seek to advance the profession of Athletic Training in the State of Michigan. Athletic Trainers are recognized as allied health care professionals who collaborate with physicians to optimize activity and participation of patients and clients. Athletic training encompasses the prevention, clinical evaluation and assessment, and intervention of emergency, acute, and chronic medical conditions involving impairment, functional limitations, and disabilities.   

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