Rural Schools, Medical Facilities Partner for Athletic Training Services
Athletic trainer Jodie Smith has logged more than 2,500 miles in a single month, traveling between eight schools in and around Billings, Mont. Seven of those schools are K-12 facilities, with the number of high school students at each one ranging from 21 to almost 300. ...
Demand to Close Gap Between Public, Non-Public Schools Increases
High school sports in Tennessee reached a milestone in 2012, marking 15 years of separate postseason tournaments for public and non-public schools.
School Board Member Paul Butler Talks About Ending Football
When Paul Butler called it a moral imperative for fellow members of the Dover, N.H., school board to at least consider discontinuing football in light of mounting research on long-term brain injuries, he did so during a meeting largely attended by empty chairs.
Biomass Projects Help Parks Departments Save Money, Environment
When budgets need cutting, park maintenance and landscaping often take the hit before more public-centered programming, a decision that can end up costing more in the long run.
Parks Departments Regulate Private Fitness Classes
Santa Monica's Palisades Park is one of the city's most popular green spaces. Perhaps a little too popular. Stretching along the California coast, the park is an excellent place for a jog or leisurely stroll or just to relax and enjoy the ocean view. ...
More Recreation Programs Using Tablet Devices
Last fall, Bobby Brown, a graduate assistant with the University of South Florida's recreation facilities department, started reaching out to other collegiate recreation professionals to ask about their experiences implementing iPads ...