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Ticket Information

 Varsity Freshman/JV  Jr. High
Adults: $4.00 Adults: $3.00Adults: $2.00
Students: $2.00Students: $2.00Students: $1.00

Huffman ISD Home Game Passes Accepted: District 22-3A, THSCA, THGCA, Senior Citizen,
HISD Employee Only Pass(allows immediate Family ONLY), Junior High/High School Athletic Passes (pass must be present and allows Athlete ONLY)


Booster Club

2012-2013 Athletic Booster Officers  

President- Donya Pendergrass
dpendergrass@huffmanisd.net

Vice President- Jennifer Henton
jrhenton@verizon.net

Treasurer-Pauline Drvenkar
nvrv@aol.com

Secretary-Terry Moore
tmoore@galenaparkisd.com

 

For Reserved Football Seating Contact Donya Pendergrass at 281-324-7632

Booster Club forms for Membership & Program Ads are listed below




Athletic Training Information

Certified athletic trainers are medical experts in preventing, recognizing, managing and rehabilitating injuries that result from physical activity. Athletic trainers can help you avoid unneccessary medical treatment and disruption of normal daily life; if you're injured, they can get you on the mend and keep you on the move. Athletic training is recognized by American Medical Association as an allied health care profession, and the AMA recommends certified athletic trainers in every high school to keep America's youth safe and healthy. The certified athletic trainer specializes in six practice areas or domains:
 
  • Prevention
  • Clinical evaluation and diagnosis
  • Immediate care
  • Treatment, rehabilitation and reconditioning
  • Organization and administration
  • Professional responsibility
As part of a complete health care team, the certified athletic trainer works under the direction of a licensed physician and in cooperation with other health care professionals, athletic administrators, coaches and parents. The certified athletic trainer gets to know each athlete/patient individually and can treat injuries more effectively because of that. A certified athletic trainer's day may include tasks:
  • Prepare athletes for practice or competition, including taping, bandaging and bracing
  • Evaluate injuries to determine their management and possible referral
  • Develop conditioning programs
  • Implement treatment and rehabilitation programs
These duties require extensive knowledge and strong decision-making skills obtained through the certified athletic trainer's experience and education.
 
 

Board of Certification for Athletic Trainer

Greater Houston Athletic Trainer's

National Athletic Trainer's Association

Texas State Athletic Trainer's Association

 

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