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BC SCHOOL SPORTS ‘Sport Specific Education Program’ (Sports Schools) Advisory Committee Committee Co-Chairs Jon Bey Don Moslin Committee Members Bob Peacock – BC School Superintendents Andree Janyk – BC School Trustees Brian Lynch – BCSS, President Committee Members

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BC SCHOOL SPORTS‘Sport SpecificEducation Program’(Sports Schools)Advisory Committee


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Committee Co-Chairs

Jon Bey

Don Moslin


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Committee Members

  • Bob Peacock – BC School Superintendents

  • Andree Janyk – BC School Trustees

  • Brian Lynch – BCSS, President


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Committee Members

  • Vic Bifano – BC Principals and Vice Principals

  • Sue Thorne – Member of Eligibility Appeals

  • Bob Jackson – Member of Eligibility Appeals


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Committee Members

  • Arnie Kidner – BCC Parent Advisory Committee

  • Carl Repp – Student Athlete Achievement

  • Sue Keenan – BCSS, Executive Director



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Rationale Behind the Board’s Decision



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17 a)Any student/athlete participating in a “Sports School” program is ineligible to participate in BCSS competition in the sport in which they are receiving the specialized training.


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17 b)Any student/athlete transferring in to a “Sports School” program is ineligible to participate in any BCSS competition for twelve months from the date the transfer is physically completed.


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17 c) Any student/athlete transferring from a “Sports School” back to their “Home School” is ineligible to compete in that specialized sport for the next BCSS season of play for that sport from the date the transfer is physically completed, but is immediately eligible for all other BCSS competition for which they meet the eligibility requirements.


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“Sports Specific Education Program”

A Sports Specific Education Program combines academic education with specific sport instruction/education for curriculum credit


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Criteria

  • allows for sport specific training, instruction, and/or competition

  • provides sport skills training in a targeted sport

  • provides other training/education such as but not limited to weight training, sport nutrition, or mental training to support the targeted sport.


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Criteria

  • is one where a student is enrolled in a non-catchment school for a program where the student receives 4 or more credits for an educational course or specific sports instruction OR

  • is one where a student is enrolled in a catchment school for a program where the student receives 5 or more credits for educational courses of specific instruction


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Definition Of An Athlete

A student athlete training to compete for their school


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17 a)Any student/athlete participating in a “Sports School” program is ineligible to participate in BCSS competition in the sport in which they are receiving the specialized training.


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Impacts of 17 a

  • Rule changes


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17 b)Any student/athlete transferring in to a “Sports School” program is ineligible to participate in any BCSS competition for twelve months from the date the transfer is physically completed.


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Impacts of 17 b

  • This will impact Grade 8 and 9 students

  • Access to high level coaching does provide transferable athletic skills

  • Transfer of athletes can displace the existing athletes


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Impacts of 17 b

  • Assumption that these students are getting specific training relating to sport that will benefit them in other BCSS sports

  • Concern is for all student/athletes in a school, not just the top ones

  • May eventually need to add another tier to the existing ones


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17 c) Any student/athlete transferring from a “Sports School” back to their “Home School” is ineligible to compete in that specialized sport for the next BCSS season of play for that sport from the date the transfer is physically completed, but is immediately eligible for all other BCSS competition for which they meet the eligibility requirements.


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Impacts of 17 c

  • Effect of all the good athletes in one sport attending the same school

  • Coach attrition should one school become dominant

  • Members want to keep a level playing field


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Impacts of 17 c

  • Communication is essential as students/families may be unaware that there is a time period involved

  • The biggest concern is

    RECRUITMENT


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RECRUITMENT

“Recruiting is defined as a representative of a school, either directly or through another party, encouraging a student to attend a school other than that in whose catchment area he or she resides, for the purpose of being involved in extracurricular sport. The school representative could be a teacher, administrator, school district employee, school employee, student, parent, alumnus, or any person representing themselves as a school contact.”


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“Sports Specific Education Program”

A Sports Specific Education Program combines academic education with specific sport instruction/education for curriculum credit


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Research of Comparator Practices

  • Alberta

  • Ontario

  • Quebec

  • US


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Future Discussions of the Committee

Investigating the impacts of 17a, 17 b, and 17c on BC SCHOOL SPORTS with its existing rules



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Future Meetings

  • Future meetings

    November 28, 2004

    January 8, 2005 (tentative)

  • Recommendations go the the Board of Directors in January 2005

  • May 2005 AGM


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