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Meet Piper Reasoner (Thompson), Head AT at Legend High School

How many years have you been at your DCSD school?   



Where did you go to school? 

University of Northern Colorado


What is your favorite thing about working at your school?

I love working with my coaches, staff and students. Our jobs can be very hard at times but it is always the people that make it worthwhile.


What is your best memory while working at your DCSD school?

Too many to name!! From our spirit weeks to playoffs to the ATSA student challenges.


What are some other professional experiences you have had?

I have served as the Vice President of the Colorado Athletic Trainers Association


What is the biggest proof that you are good at what you do?

When I can convince a teenager to do somehting they didn't think they were capable of and when my athletes come back to say hello after graduating.


What is your biggest accomplishment?

Creating and maintaining lasting relationships.


What would you do even if you didn’t get paid to do it?

Watch high school SPORTS! I really do enjoy watching my athletes compete.


Family details:

Married to an amazing guy and expecting our first child in September! The mom to 3 fur babies (2 cats and a dog).



April 12, 2018 | By CSilberman | Category: Athletics and Activities

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