Health & Safety
Appryse Athletic Software
The La Salle College High School Athletic Office began using Appryse athletic software prior to the 2015-2016 school year.
Appryse is a web-based replacement to the paper-based system previously used to track medical history, contact information and physical forms for all student athletes.
Parents are now able to enter all information online, as well as upload the physician physical forms. Information can easily be updated throughout the year if it changes. Coaches and trainers have instant and secure access to athlete information through their smartphones.
In the event of an injury, trainers and coaches can notify parents immediately through phone, email and text message regarding the injury, symptoms and care provided. This should make tracking information easier for parents and coaches, and more importantly, increase the safety of our students.
Parents are asked to enroll in Appryse at their earliest convenience. If physical forms have already been turned in, parents should still create an account in Appryse. Any questions can be directed to Mr. Jason Eisele, Assistant Athletic Director at EiseleJ@lschs.org or Mrs. Eileen Campbell, Administrative Assistant, at CampbellE@lschs.org.
Enroll at: https://app.appryse.com/enroll/AYUCSC25
All coaches at La Salle College High School are required to complete the ConcussionWise Certification for Coaches. Through this certification, coaches learn about concussions, as well as steps to prevent and properly care for concussions when they occur.
All student-athletes participate in the ImPACT Testing. ImPACT provides computerized neurocognitive assessment tools and services that are used by medical doctors, psychologists, athletic trainers, and other licensed healthcare professionals to assist them in determining an athlete's ability to return to play after suffering a concussion.
Parents of our student-athletes are also encouraged to enroll in the free ConcussionWise Course for Parents. It is important that Parents also understand concussion basics, as well as steps to prevent and properly care for concussions when they occur.
Bullying & Hazing Policy
The La Salle community is diverse. It is a community of brotherhood and acceptance where students are asked to embrace each other’s uniqueness and differences. No student should at any time be made to feel uncomfortable about himself. La Salle students are expected and encouraged to form meaningful relationships with their Lasallian brothers. This is a vital part of the Lasallian community. Teasing, harassment, bullying, hazing and other disrespectful behavior in any form and by way of any medium are completely unacceptable. Fighting and physical violence of any kind are strictly forbidden. The administration will work to safeguard the spiritual, physical, mental, and emotional well-begin of every student. All students are expected to support and assist in efforts which promote the acceptance of others. At a minimum, students should report an instance of teasing, harassment, bullying, or hazing observed or suspected to the Dean of Students, counselor, teacher, coach or administrator.
For more information, visit our Bullying & Hazing Policy page.