‘Think Head First’ baseline testing
Park City High School (PCHS) and Think Head First are offering school athletes and their parents the opportunity to sign up for concussion education (parents and athletes) and baseline testing (athletes) at the PCHS counseling office at either 1 p.m. or 2:30 p.m. on Monday, July 30, or Tuesday, July 31, according to Karen Wellman of Think Head First
In the hour-long program:
All freshmen athletes and other new players are encouraged to attend, along with other players who tested more than a year ago. If you’re not sure if the previous athlete’s previous results are still valid, you can contact Wellman at email@example.com.
To sign up, e-mail Wellman and include the session you’d like to attend, the name and age of your child. You will receive an email confirmation and online payment information. The cost is $30 per athlete.
Information is also available from the Park City Football Task Force, http://www.pcfootballfamily.com.
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