Concussion Info

The Texas Legislature has passed a bill known as Natasha's Law which is not part of the Texas Education Code.  This law has dramatically changed how student athletes, their parents and UIL athletic programs have to treat a concussion.  Below are some educational links for athletes and parents to learn about concussions, and are to be used solely as educational and not as a diagnostic tool.  These informational links do not replace a physician or health care professional as to diagnose a concussion.
 
Among many things, Natasha's Law requires all coaches and athletic trainers to receive training on concussions, how to identify signs and symptoms, and return to play guidelines. In accordance with Texas State Law, all Sharyland High School coaches and athletic trainers have completed the required two hour concussion training certification which is valid for two years. 


Athletes Fact Sheet
Athletes_Fact_Sheet-a.pdf, 53.21 KB (Last Modified on October 7, 2014)

Athletes Fact Sheet - Spanish
Athletes_Fact_Sheet_Spanish-a.pdf, 52.60 KB (Last Modified on October 7, 2014)

Heads Up Fact Sheet
Heads_Up_factsheet_english-a.pdf, 238.56 KB (Last Modified on October 7, 2014)

Heads Up Fact Sheet - Spanish

Heads_Up_factsheet_spanish-a.pdf, 218.36 KB (Last Modified on October 7, 2014)

Parent Fact Sheet
Parents_Fact_Sheet-a.pdf, 59.17 KB (Last Modified on October 7, 2014)

Parent Fact Sheet - Spanish
Parents_Fact_Sheet_Spanish-a.pdf, 59.06 KB (Last Modified on October 7, 2014)

Updated March 28th, 2018