YELLOW JACKET ATHLETICS
Greenville Senior High School
SPORTS PHYSICAL ANNOUNCEMENT: Starting April 15, 2022, Greenville High School and Greenville Middle School will no longer accept sports physicals in paper form, only electronic copies uploaded to your FinalForms account will be accepted. Any student wishing to participate in school athletics for the 2022-2023 school year must have a physical dated on or after April 15, 2022 and it must be uploaded to their account in order to be eligible for participation prior to the first day of practice. No school staff member should accept the physical paper form including the offices, coaches, or administration. If you need help registering for a FinalForms account or uploading your physical to your FinalForms account, click here.
All athletes MUST have a valid physical uploaded to their FinalForms account to be eligible to participate in any athletic activity. The MHSAA physical form can be found at the link below or in your FinalForms account.
Concussions occur when there is an injury to the brain. GHS follows a comprehensive concussion protocol that will be facilitated by the athletic trainer. The athletic trainer should be informed immediately if a concussion is suspected and daily communication from the athlete is needed until the athlete is fully cleared to return to participation and has been ran through the gradual return to play. Please refer to the concussion packet for all concussion information including the 5 day gradual return to play protocol.
Athletic trainers are health care professionals who are both nationally certified and state licensed. Find out more about what athletic trainers do at the link below.
SPORTS MEDICINE STAFF
Maggie Ritter – Maggie graduated from Greenville High School in 2005. After that she earned a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Michigan State University and a Master of Science in Athletic Administration from Arkansas State University. Maggie worked 5 years as the athletic trainer/assistant athletic director at Carolina Forest High School in Myrtle Beach, SC and 2 years as an athletic trainer at Rockford High School, Rockford, MI. She came back to GHS in 2017 and since has earned GHS the honor of being awarded the NATA Safe Sports School, 1st team. She is excited to be working in her hometown and bringing the Corewell Health Sports Medicine Outreach program to the Greenville community!
Contact Maggie at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 616-225-1000 ext. 8229
Dr. James Thiel
Orthopedic sports medicine
Office is located at 707 S. Greenville West Dr. Greenville, MI 48838
GHS is proud to partner with Corewell Health and
provide the best medical care to our student-athletes!