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A study of 10 academically-oriented after-school programs in New York City . . . may provide some unintended guidance for interscholastic athletic programs.

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Posted in: Perspective
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We need to model a positive perspective.  Point to it when we see it.  Explain it.  Reward it.

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Posted in: Perspective
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I worry that some of those who are pushing the limits of high school athletics have forgotten where they parked the car. 

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Posted in: Perspective
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For years I’ve concluded most of my correspondence with the phrase, “It’s a privilege to serve you.” I’ve meant it.

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The past 32 years have shaded my hair and softened my waist; and while the years have also toughened my hide, they have not hardened my heart. 

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

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Think you might want to hire a person for a job? Then take that person golfing. Observe. 

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I was once told that “the job is the interruptions” – to look at an interruption not as something that detracts from my work but rather is the work.

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Posted in: Leadership
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From the Director is the official MHSAA Blog which will touch on pertinent school sports topics periodically throughout the school year from various MHSAA Staff.