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2015 May Newsletter


Priority Information
NEW AD Fall Workshops Registration
NEW WIAA Membership Form, School Board Resolution (DUE 6/12)
NEW Smart Choices Scholarship Winners
NEW Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (Drones) Policy
2015 Proposed Amendments (VOTING PERIOD 4/29-5/8)
Participation Survey (DUE 5/8)
Middle Level Sportsmanship Award Criteria (DUE 5/29)
LEAP Committee Application Due May 31
NEW AD Eligibility Online Rules Clinic (AVAILABLE 6/1)
NEW Basketball Floor MUST Have Coaches Box Marked
If refinishing or repainting floor over the summer keep this in mind.

Coaches Resources
NEW Cheer Stunt Certification
Registration now open for: 
   Coaches School Express (Puyallup) (6/6)
   Coaches School (7/31-8/1)
MaxPreps Partnership  |  Register
NFHS Learning Center

School Highlights & Resources
NEW Spring Academic State Champions
NEW WIAA LEAP Committee Blog
League Standings
Scholastic Cup Standings
Snap Raise Fundraising
PlayOn! Sports - School Broadcasting
Unified Sports

Additional Information
NEW WIAA Full-Time Paid Internship
Ordering Uniforms Memo
Just Play Fair! Sportsmanship PA Scripts
Rules Updates
 NEW NFHS 2015-16 Rules Changes:
Track & Field Discus Rule 6-5-9c Reviewed
Boys Soccer Ejection Policy

State Championship Information
NEW State Music Results
NEW 2015 New Balance High School Tennis Championship
NEW State B Basketball Reunion
2014-16 Spring Allocations
Spring Tournament Central
Baseball Regional Sites
Track & Field Pole Vault Weight Form
Track & Field Qualifying Standards
Bound for State Regulations:
Baseball | Golf | Soccer | Softball | Tennis | Track
Update Rosters & Team Photos
State Tournament Dates: 2014-15  |  2015-16
Purchase State Championship: Photos | Programs | Merchandise | DVDs

WINForum Sports Nutrition (winforum.org)
Tip of the Month  |  By Emily Edison, Sports Nutritionist

Coaches, help your athletes stay healthy and fit this off-season by encouraging them to follow these top 2 performance nutrition tips:
1.  Don't skip meals. Skipping “real-food” meals leads to eating more junk food and increasing potential for late night binge eating.  Encourage them to eat regular food at regular times.
2.  Drink lots of water.  Staying hydrated with water helps athletes avoid soda and energy drinks.  Remind them to carry a water bottle and flavor water with fruit, or drink sparkling water.

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