This section is dedicated to the parents of all student-athletes at Jarrell HS and MS. In this section we hope to provide information about athletic training room policies and procedures and provide you with the most current and accurate information regarding physicals and other news that may affect your child. Please use the menu to the right to navigate this section.
*Due to practices/games, the athletic training room may be open before and after school during hours that are not listed. In order to assist athletes who are preparing for practices/games, the athletic training room will only be available to those sports who are in preparation for practices/games during those times.
If your son/daughter has sustained an injury that requires treatment, we ask that they make arrangements to be at morning treatment sessions to allow for a sufficient amount of treatment time or for an evaluation. If for some reason they are unable to make morning treatments, we ask that someone please call or email me and let us know so that we may be able to relay that information to their respective coaches.
*Please do not wait until your athletic period to check in. Everyone must do their best to be here before school.
**The Athletic Training Room will be closed during the summer**
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UIL Athletics Manuals
This site contains all athletic manuals icluding sport specific and junior high manuals...
UIL Anabolic Steroid Testing Program
The UIL has been directed to test a statistically significant number of studeent-athletes in grades 9-12 at approximately 30% of UIL member high schools. All testing dates will be unannounced, in keeping with the nature of the random steroid testing process. Please visit the link below for further information on the UIL Anabolic Steroid Testing Program.
UIL Automatic External Defibrillator(AED) Information
Upon recommendation by the UIL Medical Advisory Committee, the UIL Legislative Council passed a rule change to require at least one Automated External Defibrillator(AED) on each UIL member high school campus. This measure took effect on August 1, 2001. At this time, each UIL high school must have at least one AED on campus. Additionally, each school should have a plan for the implementation, coordination, and maintenance of the AED.
Please visit the link below for further information on AED's.
UIL Cold Weather Illness Information
The information in this link gives information regarding cold weather illness that an athlete may encounter while participating in athletics.
UIL Concussions and Concussion Management Protocol
The information provided in this link will update individuals on the UIL requirements for concussion management in student-athletes participating in activities under the jurisdiction of the UIL and will also provide informationon compliance with Chapter 38, Sub Chapter D of the Texas Education Code (TEC) that was amended by the passage of House Bill 2038 during the 82nd legislative session.
UIL Heat Stress and Athletic Participation Information
UIL Information on Staphylococcal Infections for Athletes
This information is provided to assist you in the control and prevention of staphylococcal (commonly called Staph) infections. These infections usually are easy to treat with inexpensive, well-tolerated antibiotics. However, some staph bacteria have developed resistance; that is, the antibiotics can no longer kill the bacteria. Although antibiotic-resistant infections pose a significant health threat, the following measures are effective against many other infectious diseases.
UIL Lightning Safety Information
UIL Parent Information Manual
UIL Recommendations for Hydration
One important factor in the prevention of heat related illness is proper hydration. Please visit the link below for information regarding hydration recommendations for athletes.
UIL Safety Training
The University Interscholastic League requires safety training for all coaches or sponsors of athletic activities, and any marching band directors. This became effective for the 2008-09 school year with the passage of Senate Bill 82. You may find further information and the link to download the Safety Training Presentation at the link below.
UIL Sudden Cardiac Death Information
Although very rare, sudden cardiac death is something that affects 1 out of 100.000 to 1 out of 300.000 high school athletes. For more information on the causes and warning signs of sudden cardiac death please visit the link below.