Presentation on theme: "I.D. 6-8 students that have leadership capabilities Application process or AD selects – minimum standards?? Eligibility requirements T-shirts District."— Presentation transcript:
I.D. 6-8 students that have leadership capabilities Application process or AD selects – minimum standards?? Eligibility requirements T-shirts District office support – cheer passes Fun, positive cheers (youtube) Expectations from the beginning; consistent in follow-thru Dakota Ridge H.S. – Matt Heckel
Diversity & Culture in Sportsmanship Superintendent request Office of Diversity and Department of Athletics collaborative effort Objective: Generate inclusive environments to support universal sportsmanship Attempt to see through the cultural lens of a diverse population Principals and ADs Message to other school based administrators Ultimately, an awareness of Jeffcos changing demographics
Sportsmanship Summit Prior to winter sports Every school represented – student driven Mix groups; AD facilitator Agenda Purpose – improving sportsmanship; student impact What is acceptable/unacceptable behaviors Activities before, during, and after contests – themes Brainstorm and share out. PSA to student body (Coaches Choice)
Other: Hosting a contest - Admin team, Game mngrs. CHSAA Game Management & Sportsmanship Expectation Guide Power point to share with administrative team (jump drive) Monthly BOC mtg. – Agenda Item Share out random acts of sportsmanship Sportsmanship Statement: Read and post
SPORTSMANSHIP STATEMENT (Read at each game) Members of the Jefferson County League believe that good sportsmanship is the cornerstone of a quality athletic program. The Jeffco School District expects that all student-athletes, coaches, and spectators will strive to represent the qualities of good sportsmanship. Failure to do so may lead to loss of privilege to attend district sponsored athletic events. (Name of School) requests your cooperation by supporting the participants and officials in a positive manner. Sportsmanship; Its how we play the game! Thank you.