Should this happen at ANY event for our kids?

How Do Courageous Leaders Demonstrate Sportsmanship?

Click here to learn about this year’s
Student Sportsmanship Essay/Multimedia Contest

Entry Deadline: October 11

Sportsmanship Public Address Announcements

Click here for sample messages to share with event spectators.
Entry Deadline:
October 11

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October is National Principals Month

Congratulations Cooper Berube – Grafton High School

A Sit Down with Executive Director Robert Baldwin

Wachusett RHS Student Remy St. Germain Honored at Gillette Stadium

The MIAA recently honored Wachusett Reg. HS sophomore soccer player Remy St. Germain.  The Holden, MA resident rode his bicycle from his hometown to Gillette Stadium and raised over $11,000 as part of the New England Revolution’s “Fight Childhood Cancer Night.”  Remy rode in honor of his cousin Sophia, who died of leukemia at 4 years old a decade ago.

Should this happen at ANY event for our kids?

How Do Courageous Leaders Demonstrate Sportsmanship?

Click here to learn about this year’s
Student Sportsmanship Essay/Multimedia Contest

Entry Deadline: October 11

Sportsmanship Public Address Announcements

Click here for sample messages to share with event spectators.

Franklin High School Unified Basketball

    The Franklin High School Unified Basketball Team won the High School Interscholastic Division Gold Medal at the Special Olympics USA Games this past June. Coaches and team members shared their USA Games experience with the MIAA Board of Directors last week. To learn more about the exciting buzzer beater shot that won the gold medal game please CLICK HERE

 

 

Creating A
Positive Athletic Experience for All

The start of the school year and fall athletic season brings tremendous excitement to school campuses and communities. Being proactive, and consistently promoting sportsmanship expectations to spectators, students, and the school community can go a long way in creating a positive athletic environment. Click the photo to view a recent story about the impact of spectator behavior on game officials. 

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