Tyler Fox, MS, LAT, ATC
I have been an athletic trainer at Highland Park since 2012. Prior to starting in HPISD I worked primarily with softball and soccer at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. I have been a state licensed and nationally certified athletic trainer since 2009. I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from the University of Kansas and completed a Master of Science in Health and Human Performance from Oklahoma State University.
My wife, Sarah, is a PE teacher at Bradfield Elementary in HPISD. We have three children. Our oldest is starting kindergarten (Bradfield Bold!), our middle is starting pre-k, and our baby was born late last spring.
I begin each morning at HPMS working the injury clinic for 7th and 8th grade students in athletics before spending my days and afternoons helping with all sports at the high school.
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7:30a - 8:45a - HPMS Athletic Training Room
9:00a - 2:30p - Various classrooms in the High School
6th Period - HPHS Gym Athletic Training Room
2:30p - 5:00p - HPHS Gym Athletic Training Room
5:00p - End of practices - Stadium or Gym Athletic Training Room***
*** Hours and location will vary depending on game and practice schedules