Concussion Procedure Appendix A and C

To ensure the safety of all students, the District has approved a Concussion Administrative Procedure that includes education and a clear protocol to manage situations in which a person is suspected of having a concussion. Part of this protocol requires every school to receive parent permission for their son/daughter/ward to participate fully in all school activities that have identified concussion risks. 

We are requesting that all families:
1. Read Appendix A (Letter to Parents - attached) and, 
2. Sign and Submit Appendix C (Permission and Acknowledgement of Risk - attached) before the student participates in PE, physical activity options (like hockey or rec), or extra-curricular sports. 

These forms are in your registration package.

Concussion Procedure is attached here



During the lunch break, students have the opportunity to participate in many sports, regardless of their sporting abilities.  This develops a sense of leadership and encourages a positive school spirit.

Competitive Sports Teams

School teams exist in many athletic areas. Students are encouraged to try out for the teams and to develop their athletic skills to a greater degree through practice and game opportunities. Junior High teams compete against other Junior High Schools in the Sturgeon area. Traveling to other schools is required in team sports. Families are expected to cover the costs for this extra-curricular opportunity.

Legal School offers a number of extracurricular sports teams.  Our Titans compete against other schools in Sturgeon County.  We have senior and junior teams in Volleyball, Basketball, Cross-Country running, Badminton, & Track and Field.  We also compete in the Edmonton Journal Indoor Games.

Terry Fox Letter

Please find a letter addressed to Mr. Paik and Legal School thanking us for our involvement in the Terry Fox Foundation. You can read the letter by clicking here