Athletic Health and Medical
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Kasey has been the Athletic Trainer at Mercy High School for 6 years. She received her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from SUNY Cortland. As the Athletic Trainer, Kasey provides medical coverage for home athletic contests and oversees and treats any injuries that occur to the athletes here. She is available weekdays after school to facilitate injury treatments, give students medical advice, and instill the importance of being a healthy athlete. In addition to working at Mercy, Kasey has served as an athletic trainer for several other organizations including the Bolshoi Ballet Academy, ESPN Wide World of Sports, and Varsity Cheer and Dance. She has also had the opportunity to work alongside the U.S.A. Gymnastics Medical Staff for several elite gymnastics competitions including the U.S. Championships, the AT&T American Cup, and the 2012 Post-Olympic Kellogg's Tour of Gymnastics. Kasey was a gymnast most of her life and competed at the collegiate level all four years. In 2008, she was named All-American with a 7th place finish on uneven bars at the NCGA National Championships. Some of her other hobbies include jamming on the alto saxophone, dancing and training for triathlons.
Athletic Forms are to be completed online and are required to try-out for any sport. Please follow the directions listed below:
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Your signature will be recorded online. The forms are listed below for your convenience in keeping a copy for your files.
Concussion Education Plan
The following resources are provided to help better educate student-athletes and parents on the recognition and management of concussions. The information in these articles and video will be discussed at the Sports Information Night for parents at the beginning of the school year and at a mandatory sports meeting for student-athletes during their season. Any parent or student-athlete who is unable to attend these meetings MUST review these materials as part of the Mercy Concussion Education Plan.
- Heads Up Concussion Information Sheet
- NFHS - A Parent's Guide to Concussion
- Connecticut Concussion Task Force Video
If your daughter is referred to a physician for any reason (injury/illness, etc.), a clearance note from that physician must be provided to return to sports/gym. Your daughter will NOT be able to participate in any athletic activity without permission from the treating physician.
Sports Physical Information
In addition to the athletic forms, each student-athlete must have a current physical on file with the nurse. Sports physical information can be found here.