HEALTH AND WELLNESS
Vermont law requires that students have the following immunizations upon entry to high school: 5 doses of DTP/DTaP) and have a TDaP booster, 4doses of Polio, 3 doses of Hepatitis B, 2 doses of MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) 2 doses of Varicella-Chicken Pox (or documentation of natural disease) and a Meningitis vaccine (strongly recommended for day students, required for boarding students). All immunization dates must be on the student’s record along with copy of their record from the Pediatrician. Students can be excluded from school if they are not adequately immunized. If your child is exempt from immunizations, contact the athletic trainer for an exemption form. Click links to review CDC immunization schedules and Vermont schools immunization information.
BMA HEALTH CENTER
ABBIE MONTGOMERY and BETH WARYAS
BMA follows the State of Vermont Concussion Guidelines, including the Return to Play Protocols. During USSA sanctioned events, USSA Concussion Guidelines and Policy apply. BMA student-athletes and their parents are required to review the Student and Parent Concussion Materials posted here. Copies are also available in the Glover Training Center and Main Office at BMA.
A Parent’s Guide to Concussion in Sports
For more BMA Health and Wellness information, please see the Medical section of the Handbook (download above).
Head Athletic Trainer
802.427.8010 | email@example.com
Sports Performance Mental Wellness Training
In partnership with the Department of Sports and Exercise Psychology at Springfield College, BMA students receive mental wellness training to help optimize ski and academic performance and increase mental health awareness.
The Mental Wellness Training Program provides direct service. It offers student-athletes weekly opportunities for mental performance skills training focusing on personal well-being, including on-campus workshops, lessons, and consulting.