Secondary Schools Committee
Brice Anderson received both a Bachelors of Science and Masters of Science degree from Idaho State University, graduating in 2018. He has been employed at the secondary school level through Portneuf Medical Center, primarily working at Pocatello High School. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons, attending sporting events as a spectator and playing golf.
Brice Anderson LAT, ATC
Secondary Schools Committee Chair
Committee Purpose Statement
The Secondary Schools Committee represents the State of Idaho with the district and national committees, as well as helps with sharing information related to this area with the IATA membership.
Secondary School Resources
AT Your Own Risk
AT Your Own Risk is a NATA
sponsored website that provides insight and education on the profession of athletic training. Look to subscribe if you are interested in the blog or click "Hire an Athletic Trainer" if you need help bringing an AT to your location. Full of statistics and information, this website is a great resource for all.
Who is your AT?
Do you want to know if your child's school has an athletic trainer? Use the IHSAA website to search the school and find a directory of personnel, including the athletic trainer. Contact information can often be found as well. If there is not an AT listed, contact the school's Athletic Director.
This NATA award recognizes secondary schools that take proper steps to ensure student athlete safety and protection. Schools have the opportunity to earn a 1st or 2nd Team Award, dependent on the criteria met. Use this link to find a 9 question quiz to see if your school is a candidate.
Idaho High School Athletic Association (IHSAA)
The Idaho High School Athletic Association is a great resource for anything pertaining to Idaho secondary school athletics. Here you can find schedules, scores, awards, rules, and rosters, as well as great information from the Sports Medicine Advisory Committee. Visit the Safety and Wellness sections of the site to gain more education on concussions, nutrition, mental health and more.