Jarett is the Head Athletic Trainer for the East Irondequoit Central School District and is in charge of the prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation for all athletic injuries. This will be the 18th year that Jarett has provided medical coverage for the Eastridge athletic program. “I am very proud to be a member of the Eastridge family,” said Rhoads. “The thing that excites me the most is being able to take an integral role in helping our student athletes become champions in the classroom, in the community and on the athletic field.”
Jarett received his Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science with a specialized concentration in Athletic Training from the University of Buffalo in 2001. He was a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer at North Carolina State University from 2001-2003, and was an Intern Athletic Trainer to the Buffalo Bills in the summer of 2003 before coming to East Irondequoit. Additionally, Jarett graduated in 2007 from SUNY at Brockport with a Master’s of Education in Athletic Administration.
Jarett has been actively involved at the state and national level serving in a multitude of roles for the New York State Athletic Trainers’ Association (NYSATA) and National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA). Currently, Jarett is the Secondary School Committee Chair and Region 6 Representative for NYSATA and is a member of the Secondary School Committee for the NATA. Additionally, Jarett is the Section V Wrestling Weight Consultant for the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) and also serves on the NYSPHSAA Safety Committee.
Under Jarett’s guidance, Eastridge HS has been recognized as a NATA Safe Sports School since 2015. The Safe Sports School Award recognizes secondary schools around the country that take the crucial steps to keep their athletes free from injuries.
In addition, Jarett and Eastridge HS were the 2019 recipient of the Joseph Abraham Award by the New York State Athletic Trainers’ Association that is given annually to the high school that has provided outstanding athletic injury care to the student-athletes of the school.
He resides in Canandaigua with his wife, Jennifer, and daughters, Reann and Landri.