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MHSAA conducts workshop for superintendents

The annual MHSAA Superintendents Workshop was held on September 19 at the MHSAA office in Clinton, MS. Approximately forty-five superintendents, principals and athletic directors were in attendance to hear the outstanding presentations of various school personnel, MHSAA coordinators of events and the MHSAA staff.

The workshop began at 8:30 am and ended at 1:00 pm. Lunch was provided by Dickey’s Barbecue.

Workshop topics and presentations included:

  • Safety, Care, and Prevention of Serious Injury to Students and Student-Athletes
  • School Catastrophic Insurance Coverage for Students
  • MHSAA Sports Medicine Advisory Committee Update of Important Guidelines to Follow
  • Certification of Coaches and Paraprofessionals: CPR, First-Aid, Concussions, STAR Sportsmanship
  • Pre-Season Meeting Information and Required Forms for Student and Parents
  • MHSAA Handbook / Sports Information Manual Update
  • MHSAA Sports and Activities Calendars Discussed
  • Superintendent’s Perspective of Athletics and Activities
  • Mississippi Association of Coaches (MAC) Update
  • Mississippi Athletic Administrators Association (MAAA) Report
  • MHSAA C2C Eligibility and Forms Reporting Process
  • NFHS Network, Playon Sports and NFHS Student Broadcast Program
  • MaxPreps Game Score and Statistics Reporting
  • Arbiter-Officials Scheduling and Verification of Games
  • School Required Security Plans, Emergency Action Plans (EAP), Game Management
  • MHSAA Eligibility Requirements for Academics, Residence and Student Transfe

Workshop presenters included:

  • MHSAA Staff
  • Mike Wilkinson, ATC, Mississippi Sports Medicine
  • Lisa Hull, Superintendent of Philadelphia School District
  • Ray Morgigno, Superintendent of Pearl School District
  • Johnny Mims, Executive Director, Mississippi Association of Coaches (MAC)
  • Woody Barnett, Director, Mississippi Athletic Administrators Association (MAAA)
  • Annie Constable, Sportswriter, Jackson Clarion Ledger News
  • Amy Champion, Hellas Construction, Tracks and Turf Fields

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