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We Are High School. As coaches, administrators and educators, we hope to instill in our students the desire to act with character, not just because they believe it is expected but because they believe it is right. --Robert Kanaby , NFHS Executive Director

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we are high school
We Are High School

As coaches, administrators and educators,

we hope to instill in our students the desire

to act with character, not just because they

believe it is expected but because they

believe it is right. --Robert Kanaby, NFHS Executive Director

Jim Tenopir, NFHS President

SPORTSMANSHIP IS OUR BUSINESS

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Winning at the high school level should be a pleasant outcome to fulfilling the TRUE PURPOSE of sport in school…which is to serve the complete educational needs of those who choose to participate.

The PREEMINENT PURPOSE of sports and activities is not to teach someone how hit a three-pointer or to throw a curve ball but how to harness the discipline, desire and commitment that come from striving to achieve these goals and then channeling those traits into overcoming the challenges of everyday life.-Robert F. Kanaby, Former NFHS Exec. Dir.

true purpose
TRUEPURPOSE

Educate & Inspire Lifelong Values!

RESPECT, HONESTY, INTEGRITY, LEADERSHIP,

PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY, TEAMWORK

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Education-Based

Whether in the classroom, auditorium, gymnasium, or on the field of play –

WE ARE EDUCATORS FIRST!

Our primary purpose remains the same…

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Teach what matters most!

Character Counts

…for a lifetime

raise the bar
Raise the Bar

STATEWIDE SPORTSMANSHIP PROGRAM

Sportsmanship Matters!

“No collection of individuals, no matter how good,

can be successful unless they form a TEAM!”

-Former Senator Bill Bradley

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PROGRAM GOALS:

  • 1. To promote the mission of education-based activities:
  • - Unique learning labs --An extension of School Day
  • -Life lessons, character development, universal values , Respect, Honesty, Integrity, Personal Responsibility, Leadership, Teamwork
  • 2. Teach, Enforce, Award, Model Sportsmanship (TEAM-up)
  • Provide a positive climate at our high school events
  • Implement a school sportsmanship program
  • Host first statewide student leadership conference
uhsaa initiatives
UHSAA Initiatives

1.DO ROWDY RIGHT! – Cheer FOR your team & not against your opponent.

2. WE WILL – Sportsmanship Pledge

3. LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE-Dare to Lead (June 23, 2012)

4. PROMOTE POSITIVE PARTICIPATION

Best Practices, Stories of Remarkable Individuals,

Exemplary Sportsmanship, Random Acts of Kindness

5. SCHOOL SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD PROGRAM

“Raise the Bar, Earn Your Star!”

t e a m
T E A M

Sportsmanship Matters – DO YOUR PART!

  • TEACH students, fans & spectators what is expected
  • ENFORCE the expectations for appropriate behavior
  • AWARD those that display exemplary sportsmanship
  • MODEL the values of education-based activities

TEACH we all have a CHOICE

what will you choose
Honorable Behavior vs. Inappropriate Behavior

Respectful of Others vs. Disrespectful Behavior

Polite, Courteous vs. Trash Talking, Bullying

Set Good Example vs. Looking for Attention

Self-Control vs. Profanity, Arguing, Fighting

Positive Attitude vs. Complaining, Negative

Responsible, Accountable vs. Blaming Others

The Team Comes First vs. What’s In It For Me

Playing Hard, Clean vs. Looking for Short Cuts

Fair Play vs. Cheating, Win at All Costs

What will you CHOOSE?

Teach the importance of choosing wisely

coaches
First and foremost you are a TEACHER

Make sportsmanship your #1 priority!

Set a good example for players & fans

Be a model of self-control and respect to all

Treat game officials with respect at all times

Must exemplify the highest moral character, behavior and leadership possible

Teach/model/promote values & life skills daily

Zero tolerance for disrespectful behavior

COACHES
athletes
Representing your school is a privilege

Respect the game, respect the participants

Accept responsibility as a role model

Learn the rules & explain them to others

Treat your opponents with respect

Refrain from taunting, trash talking or making any kind of derogatory remarks to your opponents or officials

Respect the judgment of the game officials, no matter how much you may disagree

ATHLETES
parents
Be a positive example of support

It’s important to praise & not criticize

Show appreciation for all outstanding plays

Respect opposing players, coaches & fans

Recognize the service that officials provide

Treat game officials with respect

Remember that a ticket to a high school athletic event is not a license to verbally assault others (officials, coaches, players, opponents)

PARENTS
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FANS

Good sporting conduct is an integral partof

interscholastic athletics. Any type of cheering, yelling or others

actions which are done in a manner to disconcert, be derogatory

or taunting toward anyone involved in the contest is considered

inappropriate.

Cheering and other support should be POSITIVE.

Inappropriate behavior allows for a loss of respect for the game

and the players. DO ROWDY RIGHT!

CHEER for your team, not against the opponent!

do rowdy right
DO ROWDY RIGHT!

UHSAA Policy for Positive Participation

Make SPORTSMANSHIP & POSITIVE SCHOOL SPIRIT a priority at your school.

Students need to understand the meaning and importance of sportsmanship. Sportsmanship is conducting oneself with respect and dignity.

Teach it, Enforce It, Award it and Model it (TEAM)!

  • Derogatory and demeaning cheers or conduct are considered detrimental to the orderly and positive conduct of education-based interscholastic activities.

Extracurricular activities are an extension of the school day, providing unique and valuable opportunities for further enrichment, growth and personal development. Everyone is a winner if administrators, athletic directors, coaches, staff, players, students, parents, spectators and fans TEAM-up to support appropriate behavior at all of our high school activities.

do rowdy right1
DO ROWDY RIGHT!

UHSAA Policy for Positive Participation

  • Provide clear expectations & proper supervision at games & contests
    • Post a Code-of-Conduct or Sportsmanship Policy
    • Provide UHSAA Sportsmanship Pre-Game Announcement and PSAs
  • Cheer FOR Your Team & not against your opponent. No negative cheering.
  • Respect the game; respect the participants
  • Treat the contest as a game not a war
  • “Humble in Victory, Gracious in Defeat”
we will s portsmanship pledge
“WE WILL” -Sportsmanship Pledge

FIND WAYS FOR THE STUDENTS & STAFF TO SHARE THIS PLEDGE

Examples: create a “We Will" DVD, have players read prior to game

WE WILL play fair and play by the rules

Represent our schools with integrity

WE WILL treat our opponents with the dignity they have earned

And respect coaches and officials

WE WILL value our opportunity to compete

And thank those who support us

WE WILL always do our best to achieve what we can achieve

Individually and more importantly—as a team

And when the game is over,

WE WILL shake hands—win or lose

It’s the right thing to do

uhsaa uiaaa student leadership conference
UHSAA-UIAAA Student Leadership Conference
  • Approximately 250 students
  • Representation from all member schools
  • Invite 2 students from each school
  • INFORMATION will be emailed in OCTOBER

“Dare to Lead”

Saturday, June 23, 2012

award criteria raise the bar earn a star
AWARD CRITERIA Raise-the-Bar, Earn-a-Star!

School Sportsmanship

To qualify schools must meet the criteria outlined on the UHSAA School Sportsmanship Award Application on the Sportsmanship page @ uhsaa.org

2011

uhsaa education based activities
UHSAA Education-Based Activities

Coaches are one of the most influential people in the lives of their athletes. They have the opportunity and the responsibility to teach valuable lessons that can impact the development of a child… for a lifetime.