to District One of the National Athletic Trainers' Association.
District One is the home of over
2000 certified athletic trainers who are committed to quality health care throughout New England.
Attention Secondary School ATs
District One is accepting applications from ATs in any state in the District for District One Safe Sports School Award Grants. The extended deadline for grants that were earmarked for each of the six states in the District closed on March 15. Funds remain for three more grants, which will be awarded on a first come, first served basis to ATs from any state. Click here for the grant application. Contact D1 Secondary School AT Committee Chair Denise Alosa with questions.
District 1 has a long history of leading the country with our legislative and governmental affairs efforts.There is no greater honor than to recognize our own for their great work, and the Dan Campbell and Bill Griffin awards have the unique distinction of honoring efforts in the areas of governmental affairs. All nominations must be submitted online by 5:00 pm on March 31, 2017. Click here for the call for nominations and award criteria. Contact District One GAC Chair Jamie Musler with any questions.
Congrats to District One NATA Award Winners
We are excited to congratulate Laura DeCoster, ATC of the New Hampshire Musculoskeletal Institute, and Tom McCarthy, MS, LAT, ATC of Central Connecticut State University on their 2017 NATA Athletic Trainer Service Awards. The ATSA recognizes contributions to the profession at the state and local level.
EATA Student Grassroots Contest
Students have the opportunity to create a video that educates their peers about the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Political Action Committee (NATAPAC).
The contest is open to any student or student club/association in an undergraduate or entry-level master's of athletic training program within the EATA. The deadline for submissions is March 10, 2017. Click here for complete information.
District One is saddened to learn of the passing of Dan Canney, former Head AT for the Boston Bruins from 1962-1985.
Click here for his obituary and complete information on services.
Congratulations to: Lexie Watkins, ATC at Whitman Hanson Regional H.S. (MA) 1st Team award. Lexie received a District One SSSA Grant.
Emma Buckley, ATC at Rice Memorial H.S. (VT)
1st Team award. Emma received a District One SSSA Grant
Arthur Cheeks, ATC at Groton School (MA)
Jessie Hobgood, ATC at Sanford H.S. (ME)
Congratulations to Kearsarge Regional H.S. (North Sutton, NH) & Molly Quigley, ATC on their 1st Team Safe Sports School Award! Quigley received a District One Safe Sports School Award Grant to fund the application.
Barrington High School Repeats as 1st Team Safe Sports School
to Barrington High School (R.I.) Athletic Trainer Whitney Howe, ATC and
Athletic Director George Finn, ATC on their second Safe Sports School
Award. Barrington was the first school in Rhode Island to receive the
award three years ago, and was recognized again this week. Great job!
Congratulations to Mount Abraham Union Middle/High School (Bristol, VT) and Megan Quiet, ATC on their 1st Team Safe Sports School Award. Quiet received a District One SSSA grant to fund the application for the award.
District One SSSA Grant Recipient
Congratulations to Plymouth Regional High School (NH) and John Brule, ATC on their Safe Sports School Award. Brule received a District One grant to fund the application for the award.
Congratulations go out to four District One schools who have received 1st Team Safe Sports School Awards!
Wilton H.S. (Wilton, CT)
3 More Safe Sports Schools in District One!
District One is proud to congratulate our latest Safe Sports School Award recipients:
Lawrence Academy (Groton, MA)
St. Andrews School (Barrington, RI)
Mt. Hope High School (Bristol, RI)