HEAD COACHES TESTS
The following are rules test required for all head coaches. These are intended for Head Coaches ONLY. If you are an official, please go to ARBITER OFFICIAL'S ONLINE TESTING AND REGISTRATION. These tests must be passed by the head coach (with an 80% or better), and they must attend a Rules Clinic before they coach their first contest.
If you missed the required WHSAA Rules Clinics, you can watch them at the link below
SOCCER MECHANICS CAMP
RIVERTON BASKETBALL MECHANICS CAMP
SOUTH BASKETBALL MECHANICS CAMP
VOLLEYBALL MECHANICS CAMP
FOOTBALL MECHANICS CAMP
DIVING MECHANICS CAMP
BASKETBALL AND WRESTLING TOURNAMENTS
In an effort to help our schools with the tournament scheduling process for the 2014-15 basketball and wrestling season, we have setup these links that list the Tournaments/Invitationals.
CONCUSSION IN SPORTS – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
In a continued effort to educate our coaches, officials, parents and students, we are pleased to announce a free course dealing with the importance of proper concussion recognition and management in high school sports. With several of our schools not having athletic trainers or proper medical personnel available at all practices and contests, it is imperative that all parties involved are as educated as possible on the signs and symptoms of concussions for the safety of our students. Please click on the link below to register (if you are not a member of the NFHS Learn site, you will need to register to view the course) and take the 20 minute course. It could save a life!
THE ROLE OF THE PARENT IN SPORTS
As a parent of a student who participates in athletics, you make a huge difference in the quality of your child’s sport experience, as well as what is being taught and learned by our youth. Please click on the link below and take a free class being offered by the NFHS to provide information and resources to help educate you on the importance of the role of the parent in school sports. If you are not a member of the NFHS Learn site, you will need to register to view the course.
ADM FIGURES FOR THE 2014-16 RECLASSIFICATION CYCLE
The following numbers will used for the WHSAA reclassification cycle for 2014-16. These figures were obtained from the spring ADM's turned in (WDE600) by each School District to the State Department of Education. The ADM's from grades 7-10 determine the 2014-15 figure and the ADM's from grades 6-9 determine the 2015-16 figure. The average of those two figures will be used for classification purposes.
2013-14 MEDIA INFORMATION
In order to facilitate the disbursement of media passes for all WHSAA sponsored district, regional, and state activities, the WHSAA will be working in conjunction with the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters and the Wyoming Press Association.
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