Presentation on theme: "INTRODUCTION Gary Pigott, Senior Director of Athletics Harvard Jones, Assistant Director of Athletics FHSAA Administrators."— Presentation transcript:
INTRODUCTION Gary Pigott, Senior Director of Athletics Harvard Jones, Assistant Director of Athletics FHSAA Administrators
Coaches Advisory Committee Section 1 Kelly Beckham Juliet Sargent Section 2 Reggie Kohn Cris Clarke Section 3 Bob Madden Karrmayne King Section 4 Claude Grubair Carla Harris-Curry FACA Representatives Scott Williams Marcia Pinder http://www.fhsaa.org/gov/basketball-advisory-committee
State Series Updates Regional Finals Girls: 1A-4A on Friday 2/14/14 5A-8A Saturday 2/15/14 Boys: 1A-4A on Friday 2/21/14 5A-8A Saturday 2/22/14 Finals Girls: 2/18/14-2/22/14 Boys: 2/25/14-3/1/14 *Limit on coaches will be enforced for all rounds of State Series
A.Discover excellence B.Stimulate improvement C.Give officials accurate data for reflection D.Ascertain weaknesses 1.Give measures for improvement E.Create an additional tool for future assignments THE PURPOSE OF AN EVALUATION PROGRAM
THE GOALS OF AN EVALUATION PROGRAM 1.To improve individual officials 2.To rank individual officials 3.To give coaches an opportunity for their voices to be heard. 4.To be consistent 5.Stop the biasness of the observers
FHSAA Online Officials Evaluation
Don’t let one play decide an entire Evaluation!
Take Part. Get Set For Life.™ National Federation of State High School Associations NFHS Basketball 2013-14 Rules Changes
Electronic Devices (1-19 New) The use of electronic devices is permitted during the game.
A Team Shall Not: (10-1-3) Use a megaphone or any electronic communication device at courtside, or electronic equipment for voice communication with players on the court. Use electronic audio and /or video devices to review a decision of the contest officials.
Visible Manufacturer’s Logo/Trademark/Reference 3-4-2a A single visible manufacturer's logo/trademark/reference is permitted on the team jersey, not to exceed 2 1/4 square inches with no dimension more than 2 1/4 inches. The manufacturer's logo may be located no more than 5 inches below the shoulder seam on the front of the jersey, or 2 inches from the neckline on the back of the jersey; or in either side insert.
Leg Compression Sleeve Rquirement (3-5-3) The specifications for leg compression sleeves were added because of the frequent use of these sleeves for non-medical reasons. The specifications match those of arm compression sleeve. They must be white, beige, or a single solid school color. The sleeve must be the same color for each team member and have only a single manufacturer's logo that does not exceed 2 1/4 square inches. The sleeve must be worn for medical reasons only.