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Should the school district pay to have athletic trainers at most sporting events?

  1. Yes
  2. No.
  3. Only if donated
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Feb-21-14 7:14 AM

What is done with the "Pay to play" fees? I pay hundreds so my kids can participate.

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Feb-18-14 8:53 PM

obviously these people aren't paying property tax! sorry taxes are high enough. this would be just another reason to up the taxes.

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Feb-18-14 9:37 AM

I know of a PT who would love to have this opportunity, working for the school district AND staying in Warren County with friends and family. Couldn't find a job and now she works and lives in Nevada.

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Feb-18-14 8:34 AM

Have they explored the possibility of Volunteer EMT's/Paramedics, or even offer overtime to the school Nurses who are already on payroll?

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Feb-18-14 8:19 AM

Absolutely, when I was growing up Dr. Ross Bryan was always on the football field with the players- he felt it an honor to be with the kids and helping to keep them safe. It has been embarrassing when someone is hurt at Memorial field and our coaches have had to ask the opposing team if they brought a trainer with them.

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Feb-18-14 7:16 AM

If your sitting in the stands watching some teenager rolling around in pain you would want someone trained in what to do available to help.

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