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Athletic Director Report (by Jerry Snodgrass, OHSAA Assistant Commissioner)

2016-17: Issue 1

"What's Important Now (WIN)"

Competitive Balance Information

   - May 2016: Competitive Balance 101 (overview information

   - Jan. 28, 2016 - Competitive Balance to Begin in 2017-18 (Roster Data Collection Beginning Fall 2016)

   - Also see the Referendum Voting Information from 2014 below.

2016-17 OHSAA Preseason Meeting Information

7th and 8th Grade Eligibility

   - June 13, 2016: Update on 7th and 8th Grade Eligibility

   - Eligibility Index

2016 Referendum Voting Information

   - OHSAA Referendum Update Meetings Schedule

   - Text of High School Referendum Items

   - Text of 7th-8th Grade Referendum Item

   - Athletic Discussion Meetings PowerPoint Presentation: PowerPoint  (680 KB)  |  PDF  (300 KB)

   - May 17: Complete Text and Voting Results of High School Items

   - May 17: Complete Text and Voting Results of 7th-8th Grade Item

2015 OHSAA Meeting PowerPoint Presentations

     New Administrators Workshop (2.4 MB)   |   Regional Update Meetings (1.4 MB) 

OHSAA Communications with Member Schools (PDF)

2015 Referendum Voting Information

   - May 18: RESULTS RELEASE - Membership Approves All Nine Referendum Items

   - Full Text of Voting Results: High School Items  |  7th-8th Grade Items

   - OHSAA Referendum Update Meetings Schedule and Ballot Details

   - Text of High School Referendum Items (9)

   - Text of 7th-8th Grade Referendum Item (1)

     - Athletic Discussion Meetings PowerPoint Presentation  (1 MB)

NFHS Now Offering Rules Books Online As E-Books for $5.99

April 29, 2014 - Schools have safety and security plans from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., but what happens after 3:00 during practice and games? Make sure your school is a "Safe Sport Zone!"

2014 Referendum Voting: Membership Approves 14 Referendum Issues, Including Competitive Balance; One Issue Virtual Tie
May 16, 2014 - OHSAA member high schools passed 14 proposed Constitution and Bylaw revisions, Commissioner Daniel B. Ross, Ph.D., announced Friday following ballot counting. One item, regarding a proposed Constitution revision that would make it mandatory for schools to return a ballot, is a virtual tie and will be recounted next week. After a total of 820 ballots were mailed in late April, 737 were returned for a voter turnout of 90 percent. Only 83 member schools did not return a ballot. Highlighting the referendum voting was approval of a Competitive Balance Plan that makes modifications on how schools are placed in tournament divisions in team sports. Click here for the press release.

     - Complete text and voting results of high school referendum items

     - Complete text and voting results of 7th-8th grade referendum item

     - District Athletic Board election results

     - Northeast District AAA Tie Run-Off Election Result

Competitive Balance Proposal  |  Full Text of High School Referendum Items  |  7th-8th Grade Item

Divisional Placement Worksheet  |  Competitive Balance PowerPoint Presentation  |  Complete Meeting Presentation

April 30 - VIDEOS: Bluffton Town Hall Meeting

Commissioner Ross presents competitive balance proposal  |  Dr. Deborah Moore reviews referendum items

April 28 - VIDEO: Dr. Ross Explains Competitive Balance Proposal

Segment 1 | Segment 2 | Segment 3

March 19 - OHSAA Provides Additional Details on Competitive Balance Plan

March 17 - 2014 Town Hall Meetings Letter and Dates

March 4 - OHSAA Board of Directors Approves Competitive Balance Proposal

2013-14 and 2014-15 OHSAA Preseason Meeting Information

Ohio Auditor of State Issues Bulletin Regarding Tournament Finances
July 1, 2013 - Ohio Auditor of State David Yost has issued a bulletin for OHSAA member schools regarding OHSAA tournament monies that need paid to other funds within the district and to the OHSAA. Click here to ready the bulletin. 

2012 OHSAA Booster Summit Presentations
The OHSAA and the National Booster Club Training Council held a fall booster summit meeting for member schools in November. Click here to view all seven sessions from the presentation.

NFHS News and Resources

“Creating a Safe and Respectful Environment”

In an effort to provide information on hazing, bullying and inappropriate relationships to more high school coaches, school administrators and the general public, the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) is now offering its online course “Creating a Safe and Respectful Environment” for free on the NFHS Coach Education Web site at www.nfhslearn.com

Learning Pro

Simple Ways to Improve Study Habits and Promote Learning, a new suite of online courses designed specifically for students, is now available on the NFHS Coach Education Program website.

NFHS 'Coaching Today'

NFHS Coaching Today is the National Federation of State High School Associations’ new online publication for high school coaches. Features and department articles are updated monthly, with weekly updates of current news, coaching tips and much more.

Free SAT/ACT Prep Courses

The National Federation of State High School Associations and eKnowledge have again partnered to donate SAT and ACT test prep products to students across the country.

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myOHSAA Update- Winter 2012

myOHSAA Update- October 2009

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