Athlete Health

Be Well. Play Well.

An athlete's health is the root of their success, happiness, and ongoing participation in a sport. As a result, we continuously prioritize the health of our students both on and off the field. Below, you'll find key resources regarding athlete health and wellness.

Key Resources

Sports Physicals

Physical and Consent Forms (Middle and Upper School) - All students entering grades 7 through 12 must complete and return these forms prior to the first day of practice for the 2016-17 school year. Please contact Activities Director Jeff Rohrig if you have questions at jeff.rohrig@brownell.edu/402.556.3772 (ext. 1032).

Physical & Consent Forms (grades 7 through 12) - updated 5/26/2016

Concussion Information

Brownell Talbot follows LB 260, the Concussion Awareness Act, which took effect July 1, 2012, in the state of Nebraska. This act states that all athletes suspected of having sustained a concussion in practice or competition will be removed from play. The athlete’s parents will be notified immediately, and the athlete will be unable to return to play until they are cleared by a licensed medical professional. The licensed medical professional and the parent must complete the Concussion Clearance Form and submit this document to the Activities Director before their child is allowed to participate in any practice or game.

Concussion information links:

Concussion Fact Sheet for Athletes
Concussion Fact Sheet for Parents
Parent's Guide for Concussions
Concussion Clearance Form