Remember, Parents and Student Athletes Must Take Annual Concussion Education Training before Sports Tryouts
All student athletes and their parents or guardians are required to complete an annual Concussion Training session before being allowed to try out for any PWCS interscholastic sport, as mandated by state law.
All middle and high schools have scheduled concussion training sessions for all parents and students beginning in June 2016. Click here to view presentations schedules for the 2017–18 school year. Students and their parent/guardian have two ways to receive this concussion training.
• Middle school parents and students who are trying out for a sport for their first time in middle school or are new to Prince William County Public Schools, must attend a face to face concussion training at their respective school.
• High school parents and students who are entering ninth grade and trying out for a sport for their first time in high school or are new to Prince William County Public schools, must attend a face to face concussion training at their respective school.
Parents and students who have previously participated in face-to-face concussion training are eligible to complete the online training to meet the concussion training requirements.
Visit the PWCS Athletics Page for additional information.Visit the PWCS Athletics Page for additional information.