Lee Green discusses two cases involving the Establishment Clause and how it impacts school employees and students.
Rich Barton explains that one of the most important responsibilities of an administrator is to coach your coaches to be educational leaders. This involves preparing, training, and especially mentoring your coaches.
NEWS RELEASE NATIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATORS ASSOCIATION 9100 Keystone Crossing, Suite 650, Indianapolis, IN 46240 317-587-1450, FAX 317.587.1451/www.niaaa.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Mike Blackburn, NIAAA NIAAA Award of Merit Phil Rison, CMAA Indianapolis, Indiana Phil […]
By: Carter Wilson, CMAA – Georgia PROBLEMS Today, challenges and problems in athletics seemingly occur in almost every program and almost on a daily basis. These challenges and problems can involve any number of individuals […]
By: Nate Andrews, CAA – Washington We’ve all sat in our office feeling like we are on a deserted island, right? When something comes up in our day it’s often difficult to find someone in […]
Dr. Joseph Hoedel discusses the influences and impact that administrators and coaches have on student-athletes. The lessons that you teach and the relationships that you build can last a lifetime.
Jeffrey Sitz discusses and recommends social networking guidelines for coaches and administrators.
Bruce Brown discusses the importance of giving and getting feedback in a successful athletic culture. As an Athletic Director, it is essential that your coaching staff be receptive to feedback as this is critical in […]
Don Bales explains how knowledge is power and you as an AD need to know this in order to grow. Understanding the opportunities and possibilities are important but the key is knowing the people that […]
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By: Dennis Walton, CMAA from Biddeford, Maine Athletic administrators across the country face the dilemma of attempting to run effective athletic programs with less funding as school districts battle budget restraints in a struggling economy. […]
Meagan Frank explains three options if you are in a toxic situation with a parent: wither, withstand, or become a change agent. Meagan recommends being an agent of change and discusses some of the methods […]
Dr. Green discusses a court ruling involving a high school cheerleader and her use of inappropriate posting on social media. The case deals with the school’s sanctions and the court’s action based on freedom of […]
Darryl Nance discusses developing staff culture at the district level. You have to decide which culture you want, define it, and then figure out how to spread the message. Culture is critical; it is an […]
Marc Haught discusses branding and what makes it effective. The definition of your brand is basically your thumb print; it represents who you are, who you want to be, and how you are perceived by […]
By: Steve Timko, Executive Director, NJSIAA I was filled with pride watching 17-year-old high school student Sydney McLaughlin compete in the Rio Olympics, and I thoroughly enjoy whenever a high school athlete signs a letter […]
In an effort to bring national recognition to a deserving NIAAA member in each state, the NIAAA offers the State Award of Merit. While each state athletic administrator association determines its own selection process, as […]
NEWS RELEASE NATIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATORS ASSOCIATION 9100 Keystone Crossing, Suite 650, Indianapolis, IN 46240 317-587-1450, FAX 317.587.1451/www.niaaa.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Mike Blackburn, NIAAA NIAAA Frank Kovaleski Professional Development Award Gary Stevens, CMAA Saco, […]
This worksheet is based on the Strength and Conditioning Professional Standards and Guidelines, and is intended to be used to review current practices followed by high school strength and conditioning professionals or athletic directors in […]
Rob Miller explains how it is important that Athletic Directors and Coaches have a strong philosophy. It is acceptable, especially for the athletes, to have changes and tweaks in a plan, but problems occur when […]
Bob Colgate reviews statistics of concussions by sport and presents a comparison of competition vs practice concussion statistics. 63% of all concussion are competition related but he feels that these numbers have peaked and will […]
By: John Evers, CMAA I was lucky enough to have several jobs in interscholastic athletics throughout my career. My first job was coaching junior high football and track athletes. I then progressed to coaching and […]
Year after year, at the conclusion of the December National Athletic Directors Conference, each post-conference survey is diagnosed for demographics, current interests and needs, conference strengths and weaknesses; the response that traditionally remains consistent with […]
The National Athletic Directors Conference will be the backdrop for the 43rd Annual NIAAA Meetings in National Harbor, Maryland. Throughout the 5 days there will be 60 NIAAA meetings held at the national conference, in […]
Michael Duffy discusses improving the performance of your athletic teams by having a vision of what you want to achieve and what you want the program to be. A thorough analysis and review is essential […]
Michael Hughes explains how sometimes managing the egos of parents is harder than those of the student-athletes. Communication and leadership with parents is essential when the waters are not so smooth. The goal is to […]
Kevin Leigh explains that administrators, coaches, and players must all understand and accept that no individual is bigger than the program. The student-athletes are encouraged to understand and embrace the program’s history and to work […]
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Rob Miller discusses how important it is for a student athlete to trust their coach. It’s not easy for an athlete to be willing to fail for your coaches – they want to stay inside […]