Wendy C. Norris, MS LAT, ATC
The athletic trainers at DeMatha are available for the recognition, care, prevention, and rehabilitation of sports-related injuries, basic first-aid procedures and injury evaluation concepts, and procedures in the use of modalities and taping techniques.
Trainers introduce students to the components of physical conditioning as a means to prevent athletic injuries and to promote health and performance. They are available during the school day and at most events. In addition, Ms. Norris teaches two courses: Sports Medicine and Exercise Science.
Training Room: 240-764-2253
Athletic Trainer System (ATS)
We have an exciting new program through the Sports Medicine Department! The ATS online portal will provide an easier method of submitting medical documents, communicating with the athletic training staff, and keeping track of your student-athletes daily progress through injuries.
Each student will be required to have an account through the website below. The account will be interactive with the athletic training staff, parents, coaches and if necessary, teachers. Please follow the directions listed to the right of this information under “ATS” to setup an account for each of your student-athletes.
Four (4) forms need to be printed, completed, and uploaded to the the ATS site PRIOR to the son's participation in tryouts, practices or games:
Health Examination Form
This form needs to be filled out and signed by the son's physician. It must be completed, signed, and dated by the student's doctor after June 1, 2016.
Medical History Form
This form needs to be filled out and signed by the student's parent or guardian.
Student Emergency Form and Safe Sports School Form
These forms need to be filled out and signed by the son's parent or guardian.
Safety Concerns for Parents to Consider
Your son's safety is our number one priority at DeMatha Catholic High School. We have compiled some valuable resources to help YOU keep your son in the game. Please refer to the links below for important information on:
Once you have reviewed the above information, please sign the form included in the health forms packet and upload to ATS.
The Athletic Handbook needs to be reviewed by the athlete and their parent or guardian. Upon the completion of reviewing the handbook, the last page (18) needs to be printed, signed, and turned in along with a $30 check (weight room fee) to your Coach before the below dates:Fall Sports: Aug. 29 (Varsity Football: Aug. 24)
Winter Sports: Nov. 20
Spring Sports: Mar. 1
Athletic Injury Referral
If a student-athlete sees a physician for an injury or illness, a note must be provided to the athletic training staff. Please have the form “ATHLETIC INJURY REFERRAL” completed. This form is located to the right of this information.