Your 2018-19 Student Advisory Council welcomes everyone back to a new school year.
Please keep sportsmanship in the forefront as you participate and as a fan at all of our contests.
WRESTLING MECHANIC CAMP
We will be having our clinic on Saturday, November 17, 2018 at Glenrock High School. We will do some classroom instruction and then officiate matches during the Glenrock Middle School Wrestling Tournament.
The Wyoming High School Activities Association (WHSAA) and MaxPreps, the online high school sports leader, have announced a five-year partnership agreement that will enable the WHSAA to provide a customized sports information platform for its member schools.
Coaches exams are now available on the NFHS Exam Site. You must create an account on the exams.nfhs.org site in order to take your coaches rules exam. Please make sure you have taken and passed the test in your sport before you coach your first contest. All head coaches are required to pass their respective tests with an 80% or higher.
The WHSAA is creating the Rules Videos offline and posting them to Youtube. All Rules videos will be avalaible once they are created by clicking this link: WHSAA RULES VIDEOS YOUTUBE PAGE and also at the individual links below. Once you have viewed your Rules Video, fill out this form: RULES VIDEO VIEWER FORM (Google Form). These are for Head Coaches and Officials. If you are an assistant coach, please do not fill out the form.
In June, the WHSAA hosted a Transportation Summit for our member schools. The Summit was the first of its kind, and brought over one hundred Superintendents, Principals, Activities Directors, Business Managers, Transportation Directors, Wyoming Department of Education personnel and School Board members from around the state together to discuss Wyoming K-12 school travel.
Please click on the link below to view all of the information and goals that were established at the Summit. There is also a link for each of the proposals that will be discussed at the upcoming District Meetings of the member schools.
The NFHS and many State Associations, including the WHSAA, support the SAT/ACT Donation Project to assist students, athletes and families with college entrance exam preparation. The SAT/ACT Donation Project has already helped over a quarter MILLION students. For more information, please click the following links:
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. 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!
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 2018-20 RECLASSIFICATION CYCLES
The following numbers
will used for the WHSAA reclassification cycle for 2018-20.
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 2018-19 figure and the ADM's
from grades 6-9 determine the 2019-20 figure. The average of those
two figures will be used for classification purposes.
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