For student-athletes, participation in interscholastic athletics is a privilege which comes with great responsibilities. Among these responsibilities is showing respect for opportunities granted and providing service so that others can experience the same opportunities. Giving back to the community is what makes student-athletes heroes in the eyes of those who look up to them.
MIAA member school administrators are encouraged to take advantage of the incredibly strong power of influence that each of their coaches, captains and student-athletes share to help build stronger communities by giving back and proving that helping hands make a huge difference. As the efforts of the MIAA to promote community service continue to grow, so do the hopes and expectations that member school leaders and high school coaches will take the initiative to start their own service projects within their communities to help build atmospheres of respect and camaraderie.
Congratulations to the August through December 2021-2022
Community Service Challenge Award Winners and Runner up!
Chelmsford High School Girls Soccer Team-Winner
Chelmsford Athletics Honors Their Friend & Classmate Emily Myerson
Concord-Carlisle High School & Bedford High School- Runner Ups
Kick for Cancer
Thank you to all the schools who participated! To view all projects that were submitted, click here.
To view the 2021-22 MIAA Community Service-First Half press release, click here.
If you have photos of your student-athletes performing community services, please email the files with a caption to firstname.lastname@example.org.
MIAA/Ron Burton Community Service Award
Please note there will be two cut-off points where winners will be selected: