June 13th, 2017
What's New at Hartley
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The Bishop Hartley High School Athletic Association is a volunteer organization comprised of persons who are directly responsible for promoting, maintaining, and operating all activities related the athletic program at Bishop Hartley.
The Athletic Association consists of both Board Members and Parent Representatives. With a few exceptions, meetings take place in the cafeteria on the last Sunday of each month at 5 p.m.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the Bishop Hartley Athletic Association, please click HERE for the application questionnaire and member responsibilities.
Athletic Association Officers
Click HERE to view the Athletic Handbook.
The Ohio High School Athletic Association, the governing body for high school sports, has several excellent resources to help student athletes and their families. Using the links below you can find information about pre-participation physicals and the respective forms, the student athlete eligibility guide, and details about tournaments for their respective sports.
For student athletes hoping to continue to play at the collegiate level, we encourage you to check out the NCAA Eligibility Center as well.
Access the Pre-Participation Physical Form HERE.
Bishop Hartley has the pleasure of having a great medical staff on site to take care of the sports teams here. Jim Peters has been the Head Athletic Trainer at Hartley since 2007, worked with Ortho Neuro from 2007-2015, and has been with OhioHealth from 2015 to present.
The Jim Peters Biography
|Assistant Athletic Trainer at Otterbein College, 1995-2007
BS in Kinesiology from The University of Michigan, 1986-1990
M.Ed., in Secondary Guidance and Counseling from Clemson University, 1991-1993
Associates Degree in Physical Therapy Assistant Technology from Kent State University at Ashtabula, 2015-2016
Ohio Health is the official sports medicine provider for the Bishop Hartley Hawks. Team physician, Dr. Donald LeMay is board-certified in both family medicine and sports medicine. His special interests include treating active patients of all ages and athletes at all levels and sports.
OhioHealth is a family of not-for-profit, faith-based hospitals and healthcare organizations. WE have been serving patients in central Ohio since 1891. As WE grow, so does our belief that people come first. That every patient, no matter who they are and no matter which of our many hospitals or healthcare services they choose, deserves the very best care. WE make this happen by providing that expert, individualized care and sharing the latest knowledge and innovations across the entire OhioHealth system.WE are united. WE are strong.And WE are always moving forward. Join us, and see the difference WE can make.
OrthoNeuro has partnered with Ohio Health to continue to be the official sports medicine provider for the Bishop Hartley Hawks. Team physician, Dr. Michael Cannone, has provided care to Hartley athletes since 1998. Dr. Cannone is an orthopedic surgeon at OrthoNeuro specializing in sports medicine and joint replacement. Jim Peters, AT has been the head athletic trainer at Hartley since 2007. Bishop Hartley student athletes are considered “priority patients” at OrthoNeuro and will be seen by an OrthoNeuro physician within 48 hours of contacting the office for an appointment. For additional information about OrthoNeuro and their services, please visit www.orthoneuro.com or call 614-890-6555.