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  1. NYSPHSAA Robert Zayas Executive Director

  2. San Antonio, TX

  3. Albuquerque, New Mexico

  4. NYSPHSAA does not seek to prepare students for the next level of competition, but the next level of life.

  5. Goals • Promote the value of high school sport participation • Increase participation opportunities • Ensure health and safety of students • Highlight students • Enhance educational experience

  6. Initiatives

  7. Coaching certification • Implementation Summer 2015 • NYSPHSAA & NYSAAA • Alternative option • Online courses (NFHS) • $200 vs. $1200 • 120 seat hours

  8. Ball adoption • NYSPHSAA & Section • “Why are we all not playing with the same ball? • Dec. 1, 2014- RFP (11 Sections) • Feb. 12, 2015- Selection

  9. Ball adoption • Spalding • Consistency for Students& ADs • Revenue share • Everyone benefits • April 24th deadline • !!2016-2017!!

  10. Spalding agreement • Takes effect 2016-2017 • 2015-2016 • Soccer- Brine • Volleyball- Molten • Football- Rawlings • Basketball- Wilson • Baseball- Rawlings • Softball- Spalding

  11. website

  12. C.a. - Football contact limitations

  13. Full contact proposal- may 1 • No more than two “Full-Contact practices” per week during the season; with no “Full-Contact” session to exceed 90 minutes. • “Full-contact” means a practice where drills or live action is conducted that involves collisions at game speed, where players execute tackles and other activity that is typical of an actual tackle football game. • Note: Limitation of “Full-Contact practices” would begin with the 13th day (high school) and 14th day (modified).

  14. Uniformed Calendar • All weeks start with Sunday and end with Saturday. • Week No. 1 is always the first full week in July, Sunday through Saturday. • Thanksgiving always falls on Thursday in Week 21.

  15. Fall 2015 Week 7- Fall Start Date * Week 18- Tennis Week 19- G/B Soccer, Field Hockey & Winter Start Date Week 20- VB, G Swim Week 21- Football

  16. 2025 Fall Start Date 2025 Football Finals

  17. 2032 Fall Start Date 2032 Football Finals

  18. Softball- Week #49 • 2025-2026 • June 13, 2026

  19. Transfer rule • 3 “eligibility” Revisions • Take effect Fall 2015

  20. Article 78 proceeding • Academic Advantage • XC wrongful death • Wrestling skin affections x 2 • Football wrongful death

  21. Academic advantage • Eliminated “academic advantage” • Continue to have: • District of Residence • Financial • Health & Safety • Documentation!!

  22. Separated parentstransfer Exemption • 4) A student from divorced or separated parents who moves into a new school district with one of the aforementioned parents. Such a transfer is allowed once every six months. • 4) A student from divorced or 'legally' separated parents who moves into a new school district with one of the aforementioned parents. Such transfer is allowed once every six months. The legal separation agreement must address custody, child support, spouses support and distribution of assets and be filed with the County Clerk or issued by a Judge.

  23. Transfer ruleathletic shopping A student in grades 9-12 who transfers, with a corresponding change in residence of his/her parents (or other person with whom the student has resided for at least six months) shall become eligible after starting regular attendance in the second school. A residence change must involve a move from one school district to another. For athletic eligibility a residency is changed when one is abandoned by the immediate family and another residency established through action and intent. Residency requires one’s physical presence as an inhabitant and the intent to remain indefinitely.

  24. Maximum contests • A method to balance the “maximum number of varsity/JV contests” based on the actual length of the three (3) respective sports seasons.

  25. Fall (15 Weeks) • 9 Contests- Football • 16 Contests- FH, Soccer, G Swim, Tennis, XC • 20 Contests- *Volleyball • Winter (22 Weeks) • 16 Contests- Ski, B Swim, T&F • 20 Contests- BB, Bowl, Ice H, Wresting (20 Pts.) • Spring (15 Weeks) • 16 Contests- Golf, LAX, T&F, Tennis • 20 Contests- *Baseball, *Softball * Permitted to play 2 contests in a day

  26. Concussion Prevention Products • No product has provided statistically significant evidence of reducing the likelihood of receiving a concussion.

  27. Jewelry Rule

  28. Duration of competition • Extension of eligibility (5th year) • Illness, accident or “other similar circumstances beyond the control of the student” which requires additional semesters to graduate • January Regents Meeting

  29. Duration of competition • Extension of eligibility (5th year) • Illness, accident or “other similar circumstances beyond the control of the student” which requires additional semesters to graduate • January Regents Meeting

  30. Athletic placement process • Selection Classification = APP • Fall 2015 • 4 Major items • Lack of waivers • Administrative approval • Medical Clearance/ Physical size • Presidential Fitness Test (85%)

  31. Waivers There are no waivers. A student must meet the appropriate standards of physical and emotional maturity, size, fitness, and skill, in order to qualify. If a student does not meet the maturation or physical fitness test, the process stops; the student cannot go any further.

  32. Administrator approval The athletic administrator should confirm that the student is suitable for consideration, which includes the likelihood that the student would play in at least 50% of the games. If the student is not academically or socially ready, the student should not proceed through the APP.

  33. Medical clearance District medical director will determine a student’s physical maturity level, andcompare the physical size of the student in relation to that of the students against whom the student wishes to compete.

  34. Physical fitness test The President’s Physical Fitness Test has been selected as the test for this process (there is no longer sport specific test components), and the student must meet the 85th percentile level for their age in 4 out of 5 test components. If the student does not meet 4 of 5, the student cannot apply for a waiver.

  35. NYSED • Darryl Daily • Associate in Physical Education • New York State Education Department • Office of Curriculum and Instruction

  36. Thank You Robert Zayas 518.925.6631 (cell) 518.690.0071 (work) rzayas@nysphsaa.org