Participation

 

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What the very best classrooms and competitive athletic and activity programs do is challenge students.

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Playing time shouldn’t be earned at younger ages. It should be paid forward to develop a future athlete.

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There may be no better example of the state of play than the growth of the “tournacation,” a term merging “tournament” and “vacation.”

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Here is where education prevails over entertainment in interscholastic athletics.  Here is where philosophy of athletics is more in tune with the mission of the school. 

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If the program has no room for a student today, why would we ever expect that student or his/her parents will support our programs tomorrow?

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The future of our society is in full-service schools developing the whole child in mind, body and spirit . . .

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The scope is just fine for the sports we sponsor. Broadening the scope of whom we serve is a core principle project that deserves our attention.

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“You can’t prime the pump with water that’s already run down creek.”

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