The MHSAA’s fourth health and safety thrust . . . intends to locate the most dangerous plays in each sport and to try to reduce their frequency.
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Here we will be especially interested in finding “double wins,” that is, policies that simultaneously enhance acclimatization and reduce head contact.
The MHSAA Representative Council is scheduled to vote on March 22, 2013, to approve a “Model Policy for Managing Heat and Humidity” . . .
Over the next four years we will be exploring for and implementing what we hope are both effective and practical means of raising expectations for coaches preparedness.
“Four thrusts for four years.” That’s the phrase we’re using to keep us focused and, we hope, effective in addressing some of the most pressing health and safety issues of school sports.
How fatiguing it must be and, ultimately, how futile it is to try to keep secrets.
Eventually, I’ve figured out Dad’s “secret of success.” Dad didn’t coach a sport. He coached people.
"Education is one of the few things that cannot be hurried, although modern techniques may facilitate instruction, for which education is often mistaken . . ."
From the Director is the official MHSAA Blog which will touch on pertinent school sports topics periodically throughout the school year from various MHSAA Staff.