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Fall 2014 Season
Heat & Hydration Resources for Parents and Staff
Keeping student athletes safe as they begin fall sports practices is the district’s top priority. Please take time to review some of the information provided by the Kansas State High School Activities Association.
KSHSAA Heat & Hydration information. Compiled with the assistance of the Kansas Athletic Trainers Society, here you will find a heat index chart, recommended activity modifications based on the heat index, signs and symptoms of heat illness, and proper hydration recommendations.
Heat Index Lookup. This is a simple tool to find the heat index in any area. This tool is used as a guide by the athletic director and coaches.
Play it Safe in the Heat. Compiled by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, this is another great resource containing tips for prevention of heat illness.
Last modified: 10/20/2014 01:41 pm
This Week’s Schedule
|10/20||V Golf - Girls vs. State Tournament||08:00 AM|
|10/20||V Soccer - Boys vs. Blue Valley SW High School (JV)||04:30 PM|
|10/20||V Soccer - Boys vs. Blue Valley SW High School||06:00 PM|
|10/21||V Soccer - Boys vs. DeSoto High School (JV)||04:30 PM|
|10/21||V Soccer - Boys vs. DeSoto High School (Senior/Parent Night)||06:00 PM|
|10/21||Volleyball - Girls vs. Paola High School||06:30 PM|
|10/24||V Football vs. Sumner Academy||07:00 PM|
|10/25||Volleyball - Girls vs. Sub State|
|10/25||V Cross Country vs. Regional Meet||02:00 AM|
The SHHS Activities Handbook contains the policies and procedures by which Spring Hill High School will conduct its interscholastic activities. Click on Handbook.
Need to find your way to an away event? Find directions here!
All student-athletes that are planning to participate to sports are required by KSHSAA to be completed and returned to the school's office. For more information about immunization requirements, please visit the immunization web page.