Evaluating the high school athletic program
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Evaluating the high school athletic program

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Statement[prepared by a Task Force set up by the National Council of Secondary School Athletic Directorsand the Division of Men"s Athletics, American Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation].
ContributionsNational Council of Secondary School Athletic Directors., American Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Division of Men"s Athletics.
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Providing an assessment process for coaches at all levels of the school’s athletic program – including middle school coaches, and assistant and head coaches – should connect directly with the purpose and objectives of the athletic program. In his book, Start with Why, Simon Sinek draws the parallel that a clear understanding of the reason. Evaluating the High School Athletic Program. American Association for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, Washington, DC. Div. of Men's Athletics. This evaluation instrument for secondary school physical education programs was developed by a task force after study of many evaluation instruments for schools, colleges, and physical education programs. The Athletics program was evaluated through seven questions: 1. What is the participation rate of students in the various Athletic programs? At both the intermediate and high school level, students may enroll in more than one sport. For example, an intermediate student could be enrolled in volleyball, basketball, and tennis in the same grade level. Program Access & Equity in High School Athletics • Open Communication • Title IX • ADA • Define Skills • Coach, Player, & Parent Communication Guide • Special Needs StudentsHow many AD’s have to report • Program Equal Access – Uniforms & Equipment – Facilities • Locker Room • Weight Room • Athletic Training.

Requirements: (1) All high school athletes are eligible, (2) Show superior athletic ability and performance in one or more sports, (3) Emphasis will be on the total number of sports participated in during the year, (4) Adherence to the Athletic Code, and (5) The winner cannot receive the Senior Athlete Award. We encourage you to evaluate your school’s athletic training program using the following five-step rubric in an effort to assess areas that require improvement within your practice. You may also incorporate any other techniques that you determine necessary to evaluate. clearly defines what the school/program is seeking to achieve and delineates the expectations of the program for student-athletes, coaches, school administration, parents, and the community. The expectations of the athletic program are the fundamental goals by which the school assesses the effectiveness of the athletic program and services File Size: KB. High school coaches are a great resource for college coaches. They’re a valuable and powerful reference that college coaches will want to talk to about your student athlete. They are an excellent source for a positive student athlete recommendation letter.

Athletic Program Evaluation Survey: Bristol Tennessee City Schools requests your help in improving the overall athletic programs of the school system. Please take a few minutes to complete the following survey (All questions pertain to your head coach) Each year, Bristol Tennessee City Schools conducts an athletic program evaluation. NIAAA’s Guide to Interscholastic Athletic Administration presents a wealth of information and insights from experienced athletic directors across the United comprehensive resource covers leadership, operations, financial and facilities management, and other chief administrative responsibilities to help readers better understand the athletic director’s /5(9). An independent-samples t test revealed that more opportunities existed for real-time evaluations in the college or high school athletic training room (t() = .   The body that governs high school athletics here in Southern California (CIF), has a program that recognizes team GPAs each Spring. Some Athletic Directors take the time to complete these reports, to submit the GPAs for their teams, but most do not, sadly.