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Jamestown Athletics Wins NATA Safe Sports School Award for 2nd Time
Congrats to the student-athletes, parents, coaches and our Athletic Trainer (Amanda Miller) for winning the National Athletic Trainer's Association Safe Sports School Award for the second time.  This is a national award that goes to the schools that consistently demonstrate safe practices in dealing with the areas of injury prevention, diagnosis and rehabilitation of injuries.  Please see the statement from the NATA below:  

August 13th, 2021
Amanda Miller
Jamestown High School
Williamsburg, VA 23185
Dear Amanda,
It is with great pleasure that we enclose a certificate of achievement, in recognition of the superior
efforts made by Jamestown High School to protect its young athletes. Your school's Second Team
designation has been renewed because it accomplished all requirements outlined in the Safe Sports
School Award application.
We are proud of the Safe Sports School award and its recipients. It is not an easy award for which to
qualify and you can be deservedly proud.
The National Athletic Trainers’ Association is committed to assuring that young athletes are
protected. This award is bestowed for a 3-year period and will expire on February 18, 2024.
By email, we have provided you with artwork that can be used to raise funds to buy equipment,
supplies or other related purposes, or otherwise recognize your athletic staff and volunteers. Please
note the Terms of Use provided with the artwork. Also, we have prepared a template for a press
release, with which you can announce this achievement to the community.
The school will be listed with other recipients on
Congratulations on your achievement.
Tory Lindley, MA, ATC
NATA President
David Saddler
NATA Executive Director

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