Presentation on theme: "NSAA Mission By stressing the educational values of leadership, teamwork, sportsmanship and fair play, the Nebraska School Activities Association and."— Presentation transcript:
NSAA Mission By stressing the educational values of leadership, teamwork, sportsmanship and fair play, the Nebraska School Activities Association and its member schools shall develop policies and procedures to regulate and promote interscholastic activities of the highest quality for its fans, coaches, officials and participants.
NSAA History The Nebraska School Activities Association is a voluntary, not-for-profit corporation of the public and non-public high schools in Nebraska. Currently 310 (3) Member Schools Over 125,000 Student Participants
NSAA History In 1898, the concept of a state-wide activities organization was first developed by high school administrators. In 1910, the Nebraska High School Athletic Association was organized. In 1935, the membership voted to place all interschool activities under the control of the Association, and the name was changed to Nebraska School Activities Association (NSAA).
NSAA Office Location Moved to Haymarket Park - 2008 North of softball field on 500 Charleston Street
Joining NSAA: Nebraska High School Sports Hall of Fame Nebraska Coaches Association
What Does the NSAA Do? Sponsor District and State Championship Events –24 Activities –21 State Championships –24 Individual Sports – 5 Fine Art Activities Three Championship Seasons –Fall –Winter –Spring
NSAA Duties – Train Officials Rule Meetings Conduct Clinics Evaluate Officials Select Officials for District & State Championship Events
NSAA Duties – Awards Programs District & State Championship Trophies & Medals U.S. Cellular Cup –All-Activities Championship NCPA Academic All- State Farmers Sportsmanship Program
NSAA Duties – Awards Programs Believer & Achievers 48 Students are Selected Honored at State Championship Events June Banquet 8 Scholarship Winners chosen by U.S. Bank
NSAA Duties – Enforce Rules Game rules from National Federation NSAA Rules –Eligibility –Academic –Domicile –Transfer
Legislative Process Six NSAA Legislative Districts District Managing Committee (Board Member, Chair, Vice Chair and Secretary) One representative per district on NSAA Board of Directors with Districts 1 & 2 having an additional representative due to population
Legislative Process Schools submit proposals to November District Meetings Simple majority to pass a proposal. Proposal sent to all six districts for consideration at January District Meetings. Passes three districts, proposal moves to April Board of Directors & Representative Assembly. Approved Rulings from Activity Manuals voted on by the Board of Directors. Proposals dealing with NSAA Constitution & Bylaws go to Representative Assembly.
2010-11 Participation 6 & 8 Man Football – 3,207 students (150) 11 Man Football – 10,291 students (390) Volleyball – 7,226 students (246) Softball – 2,415 students (96) Boys & Girls Cross Country – 4,669 students (91) Boys Tennis – 1,011students (18) Girls Golf – 1,305 students (67)
2010-11 Participation Wrestling – 4,506 students + 64 Female (80) Swimming & Diving – 1,843 students (36) Girls Basketball – 6,456 students (79) Boys Basketball – 7,526 students (256) Baseball – 2,189 students (4) Soccer – 5,002 students (2) Boys Track & Field - 8,750 students (41) Girls Track & Field - 7,169 students (56)
2010-11 Participation Girls Tennis – 1,480 students (20) Boys Golf – 2,705 students (168) Speech – 8,316 students (73) Debate – 639 students (61) Play Production – 8,362 students (16) Journalism – 2,128 students (89) Music – 29,139 students (274)
Issues of Concern for 2011-12 Restructuring, Governance and Representation –Class Only Proposals –Boundaries of Districts Middle School Students & Activities – NDE & NSAA Concussion & Re-entry Protocol – LB 260 Selection of State Tournament Officials Time Away From School for Activities
Issues of Concern for 2011-12 Bids for State Championship Activities –Baseball –Cross Country –Golf –Soccer –Swimming –Tennis –Track –Dual Wrestling Sportsmanship – Athletes & Spectators Declining Enrollments & Its Effects –Less individual schools – more mergers & co-ops