Athletics Documents and Links
- Please click here to view our Athletics 2000 site, which contains sports schedules and results.
If a community member with a disability requires an auxiliary aid or service in order to participate in or attend a school-sponsored event, we ask that they contact the Principal’s office 3 days in advance of the event. Please specify the special assistance or service required.
Athletic Online Registration
Athletes and parents must complete the on-line registration forms in order to tryout for a sport. Please read the Code of Conduct, the IHSA Eligibility Rules, info on banned substances, and the IHSA Concussion Info Sheet before submitting the registration. Within the registration form there is information regarding testing for banned substances and acceptance of that policy. Athletes may not tryout/participate if a physical is older than one year. Make sure physicals are up-to-date and do not expire in the middle of a season.
Summer Camp Information
For more information about Athletic Summer Camp information, visit the following site.
By following this link, you are leaving District 204's website for that of a privately-run entity. The district does not operate, sanction, or receive any funds from the summer camps at the linked site. Because the district does not own or oversee the site, we cannot guarantee the security of the information you enter on such a site.
For more information about Intramural Sports at Metea, visit http://www.mvintramurals.com
NCAA Clearinghouse Information: http://web1.ncaa.org/ECWR2/NCAA_EMS/NCAA.jsp
AthletiCo is proud to be a partner of MVHS
For over 20 years, Athletico Physical Therapy has provided physical therapy, occupational/hand therapy, work rehabilitation, and fitness services throughout Illinois, Milwaukee, and Northwest Indiana. Throughout the past two decades, Athletico has remained active in the high school community, providing athletic training outreach to over 60 high schools throughout Illinois and Milwaukee. We are proud to keep the Metea Valley High School community healthy, active, and able to do what they love to do. We look forward to continuing to support Metea Valley High School!
Alison Fleck, ATC, MS
Alison received her Master’s in Athletic Training from Texas Tech University in 2008. While at Texas Tech, Alison worked with various high schools as well as working with the Texas Tech tennis and softball teams. Upon graduation, Alison completed an internship at Northwestern University, working with the football, men’s and women’s soccer and fencing teams. She has most recently worked with the Great Lakes Volleyball Center for the past two years as a member of Athletico’s team, as well as with the US Soccer. She recently completed her NASM Performance Enhancement Specialization. Alison is based out of the Aurora Clinic.
Joseph Kaufmann, ATC
Joseph received his Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Illinois State University in 2007. While at ISU, he worked with football, baseball, men's basketball, and a full year at the local high schools. Joseph also did an internship with at a sports medicine clinic during the summer of 2007. He has most recently worked at Saint Ignatius College Prep for the past three years and was assisting at a physician’s office prior to coming to Metea Valley. Joseph has worked with US Soccer, McDonalds All Americans and the Chicago Marathon. Joseph is based out of Athletico’s Aurora clinic. If you have any questions or concerns on the well-being of yourself, family and/or friends, please feel free to contact Alison Fleck or Joe Kaufmann at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or in the athletic training room number at 630-375-5900 ext 4397.
What is an Athletic Trainer?
Athletic training is practiced by athletic trainers, health care professionals who collaborate with physicians to optimize activity and participation of patients and clients. Athletic training encompasses the prevention, diagnosis, and intervention of emergency, acute, and chronic medical conditions involving impairment, functional limitations, and disabilities. Students who want to become certified athletic trainers must earn a degree from an accredited athletic training curriculum. Accredited programs include formal instruction in areas such as injury/illness prevention, first aid and emergency care, assessment of injury/illness, human anatomy and physiology, therapeutic modalities, and nutrition. Classroom learning is enhanced through clinical education experiences.
Concussion Management Resources
Athletico's Head Injury and Concussion Management Program benefits individuals suffering from ongoing concussion symptoms. As one of the largest providers of athletic trainers in the United States, Athletico recognizes the importance of providing concussion management training to its athletic trainers, who are often the first to come in contact with athletes who sustain concussions. Read more about Athletico’s Concussion Management Services.
Complimentary Injury Screenings
Athletico offers complimentary injury screenings to all Metea Valley High School students, coaches, teachers, and parents. Complimentary injury screenings are available at all centers. The closest Athletico facility to Metea Valley High School is Athletico Aurora, located at 1137 N. Eola Rd., Ste. 106. For more information or to set-up a screening, call 630.236.6698 or visit www.athletico.com . To ensure priority in scheduling a complimentary injury screen or a physical therapy appointment, we ask that you mention that you are associated with Metea Valley High School.