Concussion Baseline Testing Information - PLEASE READ!!!

ALL INCOMING FRESHMEN AND JUNIORS, as well as any other HHS athletes that have not completed a concussion baseline test are required to do so prior to the start of their sports' tryouts/practices beginning the week of August 6.  Concussion testing will be done at the times listed with this post.  There is no paperwork to fill out, as that will be taken care of when you register your child for participation on 8to18.  The testing will take place in the computer labs in the central part of the building at HHS - rooms C2120 and C2122.  The testing will take approximately 30 minutes to complete.  Parents may wait in the hall for thir child to finish if they wish, or can wait in the parking lot as well.  If you have any questions or need any further information, please contact Assistant Athletic Director Chris Maxedon at chmaxedon@district158.org or call the HHS Athletic Office at (847) 659-6518.

Times for testing:

Tuesday, July 31 - 10am-12pm (last test must be started by 11:30)

Wednesday, August 1 - 10am-12pm (last test must be started by 11:30)

Monday, August 6 - 10am-12pm (last test must be started by 11:30)

Tuesday, August 7 - 10am-12pm (last test must be started by 11:30)

 

AGAIN - THIS TESTING MUST BE DONE BEFORE YOUR CHILD STARTS TRYOUTS/PRACTICE!!!

 

If these times don't work for you, please contact HHS Athletic Trainer Kelsey Wedwick at kwedwick@district158.org or call Centegra at (815) 759-4342.

 

Thanks - The HHS Athletic Department

8/8/2018 3:26 PM

Mission Statement

Huntley High School athletic programs are provided as a privilege to those students having the desire to compete and to enhance their overall abilities.  Students who choose to participate are considered “representatives” of Huntley High School and are expected to demonstrate good character, high morals, and an attitude of giving their best. In addition, “representatives” of Huntley High School are expected to demonstrate good sportsmanship and self-discipline.  Because the Board of Education, administration, and staff expect these attributes, the Huntley High School Athletic Code of Conduct is used to ensure that these qualities are demonstrated by all participants.

 

The objectives of the athletic programs at Huntley High School are to:

  1.    Provide a highly competitive experience grounded in sound educational practice.
  2.    Assist in the safe and healthy development of the participant.
  3.    Create an enjoyable experience for the participants, student body, fans, and community by promoting sportsmanship, morale, and school spirit.
  4.    Instill qualities such as teamwork, pride, work ethic, personal responsibility, and self-discipline in its participants.
  5.   Promote the education and development of students through high school athletic participation.