Participation in High School Athletics requires a lot of information for families to consume at various parts of the season. This page is for Athletes and Parents to consume that information at their convenience.
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Concussions: Sign, Symptoms & CDC Info
NU Health Office Concussion Signs & Symptoms Info Card
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is a non-profit association that regulates athletes of 1,281 institutions, conferences, organizations, and individuals that organizes the athletic programs of many colleges and universities in the United States and Canada. It is headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana.
To be eligible to play sports at a Division 1 and Division 2 college or university, it is required that you register with the NCAA. Division 3 colleges and universities do not require you to be registered with NCAA. However, if there is a remote possibility that you will be playing D1 or D2 sports at a college or university, please register with the NCAA.
For more information and to be sure you are on track with NCAA requirements, please contact Counselor Nicole Scott.
We are always looking to improve our Athletic programs and feedback on your experiences are integral to that improvement. Below is a link to an anonymous evaluation form where you can express your voice on what your experiences were throughout the past season.Responses may be shared with coaches but the names and accounts of those who submit them are not collected.
Please take some time to provide your honest take on how the season progressed through your perspective and experience. Your feedback is very important to NU and the future success of our programs.
Nothing is more important than supporting our young adults as they navigate life. As a parent, there is no greater role in life. These resources were selected to provide you and others with education built around how to best support our hard-working student-athletes.
National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Resources
NFHS Learn Positive Sport Parenting - Free Course - Positive Sport Parenting provides information and resources to help educate you on the importance of proper behavior by parents in school sports and the role you must play to ensure your child has a positive sport experience.
The Parent Seat (6 minutes 30 seconds) - A video from NFHS that explains the role of a parent during game day and provides suggestions on how they can cope with the roller coaster of emotions that they will feel.
Beyond the Scoreboard (4 minutes 50 seconds) - Another NFHS production, this video is designed to help parents understand the benefits of participation in Interscholastic Athletics and Activities. They go farther than wins and losses!
The Second Goal Parent- Positive Coaching Alliance is a great resource for coaches, administrators, athletes and parents. This article identifies the importance on focusing on the big picture of youth sports: helping their child take away the lessons that will help them be successful, contributing members of society.
The Wrong Questions to Ask - Positive Coaching Alliance National Advisory Board Member Carol Dweck is the Lewis and Virginia Eaton Professor of Psychology at Stanford University and author of Mindset: The New Psychology of Success. In this video, Dweck talks about the importance of having a growth mindset instead of focusing on comparing your youth athlete to the other kids and putting pressure on them to be better than everyone else.
45 Resources to Cope - Online MSW Programs is an online Masters program that offers degrees in Social Work from top universities around the country. This article shares support resources along with external organizations to help athletes recognize and overcome mental health issues. Information is broken out to support elite professionals, coaches, youth, secondary, and collegiate level athletes for addressing overall mental wellness both on the field and off.
All students coming to Nevada Union from another school MUST speak with the Athletic Director.
CIF forms, a phone/email/in-person interview with parent(s) or guardian(s), and additional documentation will be required subject to the conditions of the student transfer and that process begins by contacting the Athletic Director.
Please contact Daniel Crossen, at email@example.com, as soon as you can to begin the process.
CIF must approve ALL transfer students for athletic eligibility.