Concussion Information

Groesbeck Athletics

Concussion Management

Please refer to the following guidelines on the UIL website:


Groesbeck ISD takes head injuries and concussions very seriously. If you suspect your child has sustained a concussion and has not been seen by the athletic trainer or a doctor, please have them come to our office before school at 7:45 a.m. We have take home handouts and information that we can send with your athlete to better inform each and every athlete and parent.

Any athlete who exhibits signs or symptoms of a concussion, or has abnormal cognitive testing, will be removed from participation and will not be allowed to return to play. “When in doubt, hold them out!”

The following are observed & reported signs of a concussion:

Observed Signs (by athletic trainer or coach)

1. Dazed or stunned appearance

2. Confusion about assignment, play, score

3. Memory loss

4. Altered coordination

5. Balance problems

6. Personality changes

7. Responds slowly to questions

8. Forgets events either prior to hit or post hit

9. Loss of consciousness (any duration)

Reported Symptoms (by athlete)

1. Headache

2. Fatigue

3. Nausea or vomiting

4. Double or blurry vision

5. Sensitivity to light or noise

6. Feels “sluggish” or “foggy”

7. Problems concentrating

8. Problems remembering

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