Student Accident Coverage

15
May

9 “Egg”cellent ways to recognize Concussions

Physical Signs of a Concussion “That’s un-egg-ceptable!” Highschool athlete H. Dumpty just fell off the bleachers and cracked his crown. Ew! He folded like an omelet! Well, his memory is a little scrambled, so we think he may have a concussion. And we’re worried that this is a hump that he won’t get over easy. Come to think of it,

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15
May

Don’t be a Potato Head, Learn More about Concussions

7 Effects of Head Injuries in Sports and Other Recreational Activities “Oops, it looks like Mr. Potato Head just got Played!” Okay, so here’s the whole Toy Story of how he got a concussion playing a game of high school hot potato. In fact, he was so mashed up that his entire face got rearranged. Now, until he gets himself

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16
Apr

Catastrophic Student Athletic Coverage Pays out BIGTIME!

Don’t rob your district to pay for sports injuries… Protect your school with Student Athletic and Catastrophic Insurance “Hey Robin, are you back in the ‘Hood?” We heard that Little John is pretty peeved that instead of going on your usual heists, you decided to join the school archery team. Well, can you blame him? You two have been tight

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27
Nov

Student Athletes Dance with Academic Pressures

The Challenges That Make High School Athletes’ Face an Educational “Dip” “Let’s get ready to Rumba!” Alright, it’s time to tune in to “Dancing with the Students!” A cast of high school athletes are hittin’ the ballroom floor to compete for a shot at athletic success. We’re cool with that, as long as coaches, parents and athletic directors don’t cha-cha-cha

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14
Nov

Student Athlete Transfers Is a Challenging Game to Win

Is Student Athlete Transferring Specifically For Their Sport Getting Worse? “Oooh, you wouldn’t like him when he’s angry!” Watch out! Bruce Banner has lost his cool again. This time he turned green and busted the stitches in his clothes. Whoa! Can someone get him a needle and thread, then find out what made him go berserk? Well, when he heard

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27
Oct

What is House Bill 639 About?

Texas Schools Can Acquire Insurance for Students, Athletes, and Career & Technology programs “ALVINNN!” Are you goofing around on stage? Look, we understand that it’s just a school talent show, but be glad you got a gig and check your rock star ego at the door. And as a bonus, because your school adheres to the requirements of House Bill 639,

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24
Oct

How Offensive Tweets Can Be Painful to a Student Athlete

The Dos and Don’ts that Student Athletes Should Follow if They Choose to Engage on Twitter  “Sufferin’ Succotash!!” Sylvester are you at it again? A little Tweety Bird told us that you stopped chasing canaries and now you’re trolling online. Man, you never quit! We were hoping that you cut out the high jinks, since you joined the high school

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9
Oct

Safety Tips for Teen Student Athletes to Avoid Injury

Hey Little Boy Blue! Uh, don’t you mean little boy black and blue? This kid finally decided to stop sleeping on the job and join the football team. Yup! He’s been blowing his horn about it all over the prairie. But, the other day he almost had a cow when his coach tried to give him some sports safety tips.

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11
Jul

10 Reasons Athletic Trainers are Important for a School Staff

Athletic Trainer Expertise Prevents Injuries and Saves Lives “D’oh!” Okay, Simpsons, don’t have a cow, but prankster Bart has finally pulled back on the shenanigans with that hot mess of a bar owner Moe. Yup, Bart has gotten older, matured a little and joined the high school baseball team. This is for real; we’re not Krusty the Clown-ing around; Bart

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10
May

How Counselors Help With Athletic and Academic Students Bound For College

“O Counselor, Counselor. Wherefore art thou O Counselor?” Cool, Romeo and Juliet worked out that whole Montague and Capulet dispute. Yup, those family street brawls are squashed for good. Well, actually, the two clans got their tights all twisted after they were feud shamed on Twitter, so that was that. At least “Romiet” can focus on getting a counselor to

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