October 7, 2015
OSAA Foundation Headlines - 2015-16
September 30, 2015
Huntington High School received a box of clothes from the OSAA Foundation to help out kids in their school. To date the OSAA Foundation has helped out more than 80% of high schools statewide.
September 23, 2015
The 107 students in Gilchrist Middle/High School were given a sling bag, a pair of shorts, and a shirt from the OSAA Foundation and given to challenge for all students to participate in Track and Field this year.
September 18, 2015
Burns Cheerleading and its 16 participants were given gear by the OSAA Foundation. Programs within schools were nominated online through Twitter for extra gear!
September 9, 2015
Thanks to the generosity of OSAA Corporate Partners, the OSAA Foundation was able to distribute boxes of shoes and clothing to 33 member schools across the state.
September 3, 2015
The 2016-17 OSAA Foundation Participation Grant is now posted. If your school could use $10,000 check out the application! Application
September 1, 2015
The OSAA Foundation sent backpacks and clothing to Grant County School District (Grant Union Schools, John Day) to give to students who's homes were effected by the Canyon Creek fire.
July 15, 2015
OSAA Foundation has signed a contract with ImPACT Concussion Management that will significantly reduce the price of the program
for member schools. With the bulk order made by the OSAA Foundation, the cost per test is reduce from $2.25 to $1.25 for pre tests and
from $20 to $7.50 per post test. Check out this link if your school wants to start the program next fall.
Currently, 88 schools are taking advantage of this program through the OSAA Foundation.
About ImPACT: Developed by clinical experts who pioneered the field, ImPACT (Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing) is the most-widely used and most scientifically validated computerized concussion evaluation system. ImPACT provides trained clinicians with neurocognitive assessment tools and services that have been medically accepted as state-of-the-art best practices -- as part of determining safe return to play decisions.
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