Welcome to Sports Medicine

Phone: 972-345-6196

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training (BS) Masters of Sport Administration (M.S.Ed) Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) Licensed Athletic Trainer (LAT)

Elizabeth Stavros

This will be my third year teaching Sports Medicine and working for RISD. I have been a Board Certified and Licensced Athletic Trainer for five years, and am excited to be spending my fifth year in this career at Rockwall High School. I am from Oklahoma and completed my undergraduate degree at the University of Tulsa. I worked the past two years at Robert E. Lee (now known as Tyler Legacy) as an athletic trainer while obtaining my master's degree from the University of Miami. 

 

Athletic training is a deep passion of mine and I am extremely excited to be teaching others about sports medicine and injuries.

  • This is an elective class for students. 

    Sports Medicine is looking at athletics from the side of science. We will cover a multitude of injuries and learn about the diagnoisis and treatment process.

    This differs from the Athletic Training class because no outside hours are required for the class. Although it is a great way to see if becoming a student athletic trainer is for you. 

     

     

     

    Feel free to contact me with any questions/concerns!
    liz.stavros@rockwallisd.org
  • This class is an elective class that can count as an athletic credit the second year. This being said it requires hours outside of school as students are required to be at practices & games.

    The following link describes what it means to be an athletic training students.

    Info Sheet

    As a freshman this class is normally 8th period. After that it is normally 1st period. These coincide with the athletic periods that they work with. Time may still required before school and after school regardless of athletic period.

    If a student is interested in becoming a student athletic trainer they need to complete the following packet and meet with one of the athletic trainers at the high school.

    SAT Application

    Every spring we visit the middle schools to talk to interested students, as the try-out process is normally during spring football in April-May.