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|Tools of the Trade: Feb. 22, 2017 - Issue 1018|
High School News
Legislators Want Oversight
A Washington senator has introduced a bill that would put the state high school athletic association under the oversight of the state legislature.
Coaches and athletic directors know that what gets heard is equally as important as what gets seen at any big game or event. The ability to play high quality sound at an event can create an intense and enjoyable environment for students, athletes, and fans alike.
Combine Serves as Fundraiser
The Marshall University Sports Medicine Institute recently held a sports combine as a fundraiser to help local schools get AEDs.
A Texas school district is looking at changing its crowd management policy to impose more severe penalties for unruly fans.
"Excellence in Innovations"
MomentumMedia, publishers of Athletic Management, Training & Conditioning and Coaching Management, has launched the "Excellence in Innovations" Awards Program to honor products that are game-changes for college and high school athletic departments/teams, sports medicine and strength/conditioning professionals, and coaches. The awards selections are being conducted by reader polling. To view the products nominated in each of the various categories, go to:
Complaint Spurs Upgrades
In Oregon, a Title IX complaint in the Scappoose School District has led to discussion on how to upgrade the high school's softball field.
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