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  • Treating our children

    Members of the staff and the Board of Education are attempting to make practice and games safer for student athletes by adding another athletic trainer to six of the largest high schools. Currently there’s only one athletic trainer per AAA and AAAA high schools, so many students are not supervised properly during athletic practices and games.

Members of the staff and the Board of Education are attempting to make practice and games safer for student athletes by adding another athletic trainer to six of the largest high schools. Currently there’s only one athletic trainer per AAA and AAAA high schools, so many students are not supervised properly during athletic practices and games. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com
Members of the staff and the Board of Education are attempting to make practice and games safer for student athletes by adding another athletic trainer to six of the largest high schools. Currently there’s only one athletic trainer per AAA and AAAA high schools, so many students are not supervised properly during athletic practices and games. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com

Horry County high school athletic trainers hoping for more help

April 25, 2016 1:00 AM