First published on 09 August 2017 Posted in CHS Athletics
The HeadStrong Concussion Insurance Program was specifically developed to insure student athletes from the high cost of concussion treatment and neurological follow up. There is no cost to member schools. The premium is paid by the WIAA. The student athlete has ‘first dollar’ coverage (zero deductible) for concussion assessment and treatment. Coverage is secondary/excess to any other valid and collectable insurance but will become the primary payor, if no other insurance is available.
Program Highlights Include:
- $0 deductible and no Co-pays
- Tele-med Services, when needed
- No restrictions on specific doctors
- No referrals needed for treatment
- No internal limits
- No specific procedure maximums
- Neurological follow up care When medically necessary and billed at U&C.
Provide/distribute widely - the WIAA Program Guide and the FAQ’s along with the instruction to see the AD if there’s a need to file a claim or have additional questions. The school may hand out to every youngster/family that brought in their physical card/alternate year card and/or parental permission and code forms.
WIAA Program Guide | WIAA HeadStrong FAQ | Dear Provider Letter | Claim Form | Other Insurance | WIAA HeadStrong Info
Ask your trainer and/or coach to let you know immediately of any instance of possible concussion. When there is a reported injury and the need to file a claim, then get the athlete/family the Dear Provider letter, the HeadStrong Claims form and Alternate Insurance form. In addition, provide the who to contact info and how to file a claim are included on the Program Guide.
None of the forms need to come back to or through the WIAA office. It works directly through school AD/administration(to sign the form) to the family, to the carrier.
The information is on the WIAA web site under AD Resources: https://www.wiaawi.org/Health/Concussions/ConcussionInsurance.aspx
First published on 25 April 2017 Posted in CHS Athletics
Dear Chilton Tiger Backer,
For the past few years the National Football League, in partnership with Ford, sponsors a series entitled Hometown Heros. As a part of Hometown Heros, Hall of Fame members go back to their high school and present them with a plaque in their honor.
I am excited to an announce that on Wednesday, May 3, NFL Hall of Famer and Chilton High School Graduate Dave Casper will be in Chilton as a part of this series. You are welcome to attend this event.
The presentation will take place in the Engler Center, starting promptly at 2:20 and finishing around 2:50.
First published on 22 April 2017 Posted in CHS Athletics
Please consider filling out the 2016-17 Chilton High School Nondiscrimination Survey. Thank you.
First published on 01 June 2016 Posted in CHS Athletics
The CHS pressbox will be scorecasting various baseball and softball games during the 2017 season. Check out the batter by batter updates by using the link to iScore TV or the free iScore Central app.
Feel free to click the game below to check out the game in progress or a quick replay of the finished game. Not guaranteed for accuracy.
First published on 04 August 2014 Posted in CHS Athletics
The 2014-15 Registration, Fee Collection, and Fall Sports sign-up night is on Tuesday, July 22, at Chilton High School. Registration and fees can be taken care of on this day from 10:00am – 6:30pm. At 6:30pm there is a mandatory meeting for all athletes planning on participating in a fall sport. Athletes are required to be in attendance, as well as have one parent with them. There will be a short meeting with all athletes and parents, followed by individual sport meetings hosted by the head coaches.
All athletes are required to take an Impact Concussion Test prior to the start of their sports season. The testing dates are :
July 22 – 2:30 – 5:30pm
July 29 – 9:00am – 12:00pm
August 5 – 9:00am – 12:00pm
August 12 – 9:00am – 12:00pm
Athletes must sign up for a time in the high school office. Tests are administered every 30 minutes.