Ms. Tribley is the Barnegat High School athletic trainer. She has been the athletic trainer here at Barnegat since November 2014. She holds a BS in athletic training from William Paterson University since 2013 and is a BOC certified and New Jersey licensed athletic trainer. As an athletic trainer she strives to provide the best possible care to all athletes, as she is their first line of defense. She encourages all athletes to seek out her help when needed. As a former athlete, Ms. Tribley understands the struggles that athletes go through and empathizes with them. Aside from high school athletes, she has also provided care to middle school athletes, the marching band, and coaches. Ms. Tribley is a person who loves what she does, and strives to provide the best care possible. She is currently taking online classes to obtain a master's degree in Sports Science and Rehabilitation from Logan University.
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Attention incoming freshmen, Juniors, and Transfers
Any incoming freshmen, Juniors or Transfers planing to try out for a fall, winter or spring sport must take the Baseline Impact Test. The Baseline Impact Test is valid for 2 years. Below is a link to directions on how to take the Baseline Impact Test at home.
Directions for Baseline Impact Test:
Baseline Impact Testing Directions
Please email me at email@example.com once you have completed the Baseline Impact Test. In that email include your Full Name, Grade, and Sport you took the test for.
The Baseline Impact Test is required for all Barnegat High School sports except: Golf, Bowling, Dance, Marching Band, ColorGuard
The Baseline Impact Test is also required for the following Brackman Middle School sports: Football and Wrestling
Healthy Roster is an online injury tracking system used by the athletic trainer to document the injuries of student athletes. Healthy Roster provides parents/guardians with an easy, user-friendly way to keep up with their child's athletic injuries via a FREE mobile app or website registration platform which helps make the process more administratively efficient and environmentally responsible. Healthy Roster is HIPAA Compliant which means all personal health information (PHI) is stored securely. It is mandatory that an account be made for all Barnegat High School student athletes. The Healthy Roster App can be found in both the Apple and Google Play stores.
How to Request Invitation:
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and include the following information:
- Parent/Guardian Email
- Parent Name
- Student-Athlete Name
- Student-Athlete Date of Birth
- Graduation Year
- Student-Athlete Choice of Sports
Please note that it may take up to Five business days before you receive the email invite.
HOW TO REGISTER YOUR CHILD IN HEALTHY ROSTER:
- Parents/guardians of student-athletes will receive an email INVITATION (email@example.com) from the Athletic Trainer, Ms. Lauren Tribley, to sign up for a Healthy Roster account.
- Complete ALL the information in your student's Healthy Roster profile (address, emergency info, etc.).
- COMPLETE & UPLOAD medical history directly to your student's Healthy Roster account profile (or hand in to athletic department staff via your physical paperwork).
Link to Healthy Roster parent/athlete intro video: https://whttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_XB1sFDRBsww.youtube.com/watch?v=0_XB1sFDRBs
Link to Healthy Roster parent/athlete walthrough video: https://healthhttps://healthyroster.helpdocs.io/article/tj1xavvkj5-parent-athlete-walkthroughyroster.helpdocs.io/article/tj1xavvkj5-parent-athlete-walkthrough
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS BY PARENTS REGARDING PRIVACY
What is Healthy Roster? - Healthy Roster is an app used by Certified Athletic Trainers to log, track, and communicate athlete injuries.
Healthy Roster is HIPPA Compliant. - This means ALL Personal Health Information (PHI) is stored securely.
Who has access to my child's profile? - Until a parent signs up for Healthy Roster, only the Certified Athletic Trainer has access to the athlete's profile.
What happens when a parent signs up? - After a parent/guardian signs up to Healthy Roster, they have control of who else can access the athlete's profile. A parent/guardian can allow coaches access to injury information (recommended) and invite other medical providers such as their primary care physician.
Can users of Healthy Roster share my child's injury information with recruiters or other people who do not have access? - Absolutely not! You control who has access to your child's information.
What happens to my child's information when they graduate or no longer play sports? - The athlete's information is archived and the medical record is kept on a secure server.