Just Play Fair! Resources

PROGRAM CRITERIA
POLICIES & PROCEDURES
PROGRAM TIMETABLE
CODES OF CONDUCT
SUGGESTED CODE OF ETHICS
PROMOTING SPORTSMANSHIP
CROWD CONTROL PLANNING
PROMOTIONAL TIPS
JUST PLAY FAIR! HOME


Forms

Program Timetable


August/September

  • Discuss the value of sportsmanship and citizenship with fall coaches and athletes.
  • Create a committee consisting of school administrators, coaches, students/athletes, parents, etc., to develop a mission for the school that ties to the school district mission and discuss how to monitor the sportsmanship and citizenship efforts in your school
  • Sponsor an evening assembly for fans of fall sports teams, using school team members, coaches and local officials, to emphasize the rule interpretations and changes for the coming season.
  • Talk with your event security staff and public address announcers about their role during contests.
  • Send the sportsmanship and citizenship plan to the WIAA office.
  • Distribute the brochures and display posters promoting sportsmanship and citizenship.
  • Hang the Just Play Fair! banner.
  • Send press releases announcing school's involvement in the Just Play Fair! Program.
  • Send public service announcements to local radio stations and newspapers.
  • Address sportsmanship and citizenship at league meetings.


September/October/November

  • Plan a competition between student organizations that promotes sportsmanship and citizenship (poster contest, etc.).
  • As fall contests approach, emphasize good sportsmanship and citizenship in school announcements and publications.
  • Discuss the value of sportsmanship and citizenship with winter coaches and athletes.
  • Develop an editorial for the school newsletter to the public that discusses positive sportsmanship and citizenship efforts (adults or students).
  • Sponsor an evening assembly for fans of winter sports teams, using school team members, coaches, and local officials, to emphasize rule interpretations and changes for the coming season.

December/January

  • Send out winter public service announcements to local radio stations and newspapers
  • Evaluate sportsmanship and citizenship efforts for fall sports.
  • As winter contests approach, emphasize good sportsmanship and citizenship in school announcements, assemblies and publications.

January/February/March

  • Contact an editor of a local newspaper or host of a local radio or television talk show about an editorial or special program on sportsmanship and citizenship; discuss your school's role in promoting sportsmanship and citizenship.
  • Discuss the value of sportsmanship and citizenship with spring sponsors, contestants and parents.
  • Sponsor an evening assembly for fans of spring teams, using school team members, coaches and local officials, to emphasize rule changes for the coming season.
  • Evaluate sportsmanship and citizenship efforts for winter sports. (See Evaluation Form pg. 10)
    April/May
  • Send out spring public service announcements to local radio stations.
  • Present your sportsmanship and citizenship evaluation program to the community through letters and newsletters that will reach into the home.
  • As spring contests approach, emphasize good sportsmanship and citizenship in school announcements and publications.
  • Conduct a follow-up sportsmanship and citizenship meeting, evaluating efforts made during the past year and setting goals for the coming year.
Baden Sports
Dairy Farmers of Washington
Les Schwab Tires
Milgard School of Business
New Balance
Snap Raise
Spalding
Local Ford Stores
Washington Army National Guard
Washington State Patrol
Sports Authority
RushTeamApparel
ATI Physical Therapy
Brooks
Northwest Sports Photography
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