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Title: NFHS Spirit Rules 200910


1
NFHS Spirit Rules2009-10
  • Rule Interpreter Meeting
  • August 18, 2009
  • Take Part. Get Set For Life!

2
Questions on Rules
If you have questions on the legality of a move,
or the meaning of a rule, contact Linda
Schrage (920) 277-1599 Cell (920) 832-1131
Home (920) 788-7940 ext.350 Work schrage_cheer_at_yah
oo.com
3
NFHS Mission
  • The National Federation of State High School
    Associations serves its members, related
    professional organizations and students by
    providing leadership for the administration of
    education-based interscholastic activities, which
    support academic achievement, good citizenship
    and equitable opportunities.

4
Meeting Agenda
  • NFHS Spirit Rules Book
  • 2009 - 2010 Changes
  • Points of Emphasis
  • NFHS Services and Initiatives
  • Frequently Asked Questions

5
  • NFHS Spirit Rules Book
  • Quick reference to rules changes
  • Points of emphasis for the season
  • Table of contents
  • Index p.7
  • Philosophy
  • Rules - Three Parts
  • Rule 1 Definitions
  • Rule 2 General Risk Management
  • Rule 3 Dance/Drill/Pom Risk Management
  • - Each Rules has sections and articles
  • - Rule 2 3 sections and articles typically have
    a situational ruling
  • (look for the )
  • - The back of the book has photographs
    covering some rules/sections/articles
  • (look for the P)

6
2009-10 NFHS Spirit Rules Book
  • Philosophy
  • Maintain sound traditions
  • Encourage sportsmanship
  • Minimize risk
  • Education-based
  • Reasonable rules

7
2009-10 NFHS Rules Process
  • Rule writing process
  • Rule changes are submitted to NFHS from state
    offices in November
  • Spirit Rules Committee reviews recommendations
    for changes in January
  • NFHS administrative staff reviews changes
  • NFHS Board of Directors approves changes
  • NFHS rules books are reviewed and edited for
    publication in April
  • Rules are in place for the start of the school
    season

8
2009 NFHS Survey
  • According to a recent NFHS survey there are over
    400,000 individuals participating in high school
    cheerleading.

9
2009-10 NFHS Spirit Rules Changes
  • 2-4-7 h Swedish Fall
  • 2-6-2 b Cradle Dismounts
  • 2-6-7 Twist Cradles
  • 2-10-5 Toe/Leg Pitch

10
Rule 2 4 7 h Spotting
  • Triple-Base Swedish Fall was added to the list
    of exceptions in rule 2-4-7 which requires a
    spotter for all stunts in which the supporting
    arm(s) of the base(s) is(are) fully extended
    above the head.

11
Rule 2 4 7 h Spotting
  • Exception A triple base Swedish fall provided
    all three bases face the flyer.
  • Rationale When all three bases face the flyer,
    the front base is in a better position of safety
    to protect the flyer if assistance is needed.

12
Rule 2 6 2 b Dismounts
  • New Rule For all cradle dismounts. The flyer
    must not hold props (signs, etc.) that are made
    of solid material and have corners or sharp
    edges.

13
Rule 2 6 2 b Dismounts
  • Rationale Holding hard objects while
    performing cradle dismounts can interfere with
    the safe execution of the cradle.
  • Signs are defined as solid material poms, cloth
    banners, etc are not defined as solid material

14
Rule 2 - 6 - 7 Dismounts
  • New Rule A twist to a cradle involving more
    than one rotation is permitted only on
    appropriate mats, grass, rubberized and
    soft-yielding surfaces.

15
I added this picture to illustrate the 1 ¼
rotation with a side facing stunt
16
Rule 2 - 6 7 Dismounts
  • Interpretation As with basket tosses, the
    double twist to a cradle cannot be done on a
    basketball court, unless the stunt is done on an
    appropriate mat.

17
Rule 2 - 6 7 Dismounts
  • Rationale This change reflects the skill level
    in high school cheerleading and is consistent
    with the NFHS focus on risk management. NOTE
    Non-twisting or single-twist cradles are
    permitted on any appropriate surface.

18
Rule 2 10 5 Tosses
  • New Rule Toe/leg pitches to a jump or tumbling
    skill are illegal.
  • I added these two photos from last year to better
    illustrate that this is allowed from a forward
    suspended roll
  • \

19
Rule 2 10 5 Tosses
  • Rationale This clarifies the intent of last
    years rule change permitting a forward suspended
    roll from the performing surface.

20
NFHS Spirit Rules Book Points of Emphasis
  • Coaches Responsibilities
  • Event Security
  • Spring Floors

21
NFHS Spirit Rules Book Points of Emphasis
  • 1. Coaches Responsibilities
  • Professionalism
  • NFHS Spirit Rules Book
  • Sportsmanship
  • Minimize Risk

22
NFHS Spirit Rules Book Points of Emphasis
  • Professionalism
  • Read the rule book rules 1, 2, 3 situations
  • Comprehend rules to safely and correctly teach
    appropriate skill
  • Follow rules and their intent
  • Do not avoid the notes and comments section
  • Ensure your participants are following the rules
  • Be a role model
  • Be an advocate for sportsmanship

23
Sportsmanship
  • Spirit Leaders should center on leading or
    directing the crowd. Positive personal
    behavior and squad cohesiveness demonstrates
    these standards.

24
NFHS Spirit Rules Book Points of Emphasis
  • Security page 3
  • Practice plan
  • Event plan
  • School policy
  • Administration crisis plan
  • (Emergencies, weather alerts, fire, power
    outages, hostile crowds, transportation,
    evacuation)

25
NFHS Spirit Rules Book Points of Emphasis
  • Spring Floors
  • School teams are reminded that they are not
    allowed to compete on spring floors

26
NFHS Initiatives for 2009
  • RIO Report Injury Online
  • NFHS partnership with Dr. Dawn Comstock Ohio
    Stat University

27
NFHS Coach Education
  • www.nfhslearn.com
  • Fundamentals of Coaching
  • Sport Specific Courses
  • Engaging Effectively with Parents
  • NFHS First Aid for Coaches

28
Concussion Safety
  • NFHS Sports Medicine Advisory Committee
  • http//www.nfhs.org/web/2006/08/sports_medicine.as
    px

29
Heat and Hydration
  • Sports Medicine Information
  • Gatorade Hydration Video "Fueling Sports
    Performance"

30
Weather
  • Lightning Disturbances
  • Assign a staff member to monitor
  • Develop an evacuation plan
  • 30/30/30 plan
  • 30 seconds, 30 minutes, 30 minutes

31
NFHS Spirit Rules Frequently Asked Questions
  • Dance
  • Drill
  • Flags
  • Pom
  • Cheer
  • Coaching
  • Administration

32
Dance, Drill, Poms and Flags
  • Inverted Flyer Questions
  • Tumbling Questions
  • Movement Questions
  • Costume Questions
  • Shoes

33
NFHS Spirit Rules Frequently Asked
Dance/Drill/Poms and Flags Questions
  • Q - Can teams flip one team member over another
    team members back?
  • A - YES This is LEGAL as long as the flyer does
    not become inverted.
  • Inverted flyers must have direct body-to-floor
    contact with the ground, otherwise the move is
    ILLEGAL.
  • Page 23, Rule 2, Section 8, Article 2

34
NFHS Spirit Rules Frequently Asked
Dance/Drill/Poms and Flags Questions
  • Q - Can teams perform a cartwheel over a
    partners thigh?
  • A - NO This is ILLEGAL because the flyer in a
    partner stunt cannot become inverted.
  • Page 23, Rule 2, Section 8, Article 2

35
NFHS Spirit Rules Frequently Asked
Dance/Drill/Poms and Flags Questions
  • Q - Can teams have a base on her back and support
    a Dancer on her feet
  • A YES this is legal
  • The dancer begins the stall from a weight-bearing
    inverted position on the performance surface.
    Then returns from the direction she began to a
    non-inverted position.

36
NFHS Spirit Rules Frequently Asked
Dance/Drill/Poms and Flags Questions
  • Q - Can teams do a handstand?
  • A - YES This is LEGAL as long it is done with
    bare hands to the ground or with non-skid gloves.
  • Handstands on a prop are considered ILLEGAL.
  • Page 39, Rule 3, Section 1, Article 5
  • Page 41, Rule 3, Section 5, Article 5

37
NFHS Spirit Rules Frequently Asked
Dance/Drill/Poms and Flags Questions
  • Q - Can teams do a hand stand or cartwheel with
    poms in our hands?
  • A - NO Tumbling with a prop in the hand is
    ILLEGAL.
  • A forward roll is the only form of tumbling that
    may be done while holding poms.
  • Page 36, Rule 3, Section 5, Article 1
  • Situation Ruling on Page 39, 3.5.1

38
NFHS Spirit Rules Frequently Asked
Dance/Drill/Poms and Flags Questions
  • Q - Can teams hold poms in our hands while up in
    a lift?
  • A - YES This is LEGAL because a flyer can hold
    objects in their hands as a load-in-toss
    exception.
  • Page 25, Rule 2, Section 10, Article 1e
  • Situation Ruling on Page 36, 2.10.1.C

39
NFHS Spirit Rules Frequently Asked
Dance/Drill/Poms and Flags Questions
  • Q - Can Dance/Drill/Pom and Flag Teams wear a
    belt with a hard latch/buckle?
  • A - YES This is LEGAL as long as the belt is
    securely affixed to the costume.
  • Page 34, Rule 3, Section 1, Article

40
NFHS Spirit Rules Frequently Asked
Dance/Drill/Poms and Flags Questions
  • Q - Can Dance/Drill/Pom and Flag Teams wear
    pedini shoes?
  • A YES This is LEGAL because the heel of the
    shoe raises the bottom of the foot off the floor
  • Page 34, Rule 3, Section 1, Article 6
  • Situational Ruling on Page 38, 3.1.6

41
NFHS Spirit Rules Frequently Asked
Dance/Drill/Poms and Flags Questions
  • Making rule interpretations
  • Q Is this legal
  • A ?
  • Yes, a dancer is allowed to lean back and control
    themselves to a balanced position. As long as
    they are not inverted, and their feet are on the
    performing surface.

42
Cheer
  • Three high mounts
  • Inverted stunts
  • Loss of Contact
  • Significantly increasing height
  • Bracers

43
NFHS Spirit Rules Frequently Asked Cheer
Questions
  • Q - Is this pyramid legal
  • A No
  • This is not a Swedish fall
  • This is three high

44
NFHS Spirit Rules Frequently Asked Cheer
Questions
  • Q - Is this stunt legal
  • A Yes
  • This inverted flyer begins on the performing
    surface

45
NFHS Spirit Rules Frequently Asked Cheer
Questions
  • Q - Is this stunt legal
  • A Yes, however when the extension prep has
    their back to the audience (IF) they
    significantly increase the height of the flier
    which may be called for a penalty

46
NFHS Spirit Rules Frequently Asked Cheer Questions
  • Q Why did I get a deduction?
  • A. Flier has contact with the fliers not the
    bases in a split transitional stunt

47
NFHS Spirit Rules Meeting Summary
  • NFHS Spirit Rules Book
  • 2009 - 2010 Changes
  • Points of Emphasis
  • NFHS Services and Initiatives
  • Frequently Asked Questions

48
Questions?
  • Trends
  • Future
  • Concerns

49
NFHS Spirit Rules2009-10
  • Rule Interpreter Meeting
  • August 18, 2009
  • Take Part. Get Set For Life!

50
RULE-INTERP QUIZ
  • Directions for the online quiz process

51
Rule Interp Quiz
  • Getting Startedfinding the quiz
  • Linked at www.wacpc.com
  • Go to the Education link, then the District/Rules
    Meeting link
  • OR
  • Go to Quiz Star web site at http//quizstar.4teac
    hers.org/indexs.jsp

52
Rule Interp Quiz
  • Getting Startedsigning in
  • The following screen should appear

Choose the SIGN UP arrow to register. If you
have already registered and are returning to the
site, just LOGIN.
53
Rule Interp Quiz
  • Getting Startedregistering
  • The following screen should appear

-Enter your first and last name -Select a user
name that identifies your school and level.
Example schragefreedom -Create a
password -Click on REGISTER when complete
54
Rule Interp Quiz
  • Getting Startedregistering
  • The following screen should appear

Click on SEARCH to search for the quiz
55
Rule Interp Quiz
  • Getting Startedregistering
  • The following screen should appear

Under QUIZ SEARCH, chose QUIZ TITLE from the pull
down menu, and type in WACPC Choose KEYWORD
SEARCH when complete
56
Rule Interp Quiz
  • Getting Startedregistering
  • The following screen should appear

Select your test and select REGISTER
57
Rule Interp Quiz
  • Getting Startedaccessing the quiz
  • If the following screen appears, you have
    successfully registered for the test!

Select CLASSES to access the quiz
58
Rule Interp Quiz
  • Getting Startedaccessing the quiz
  • The following screen should appear

Choose UNTAKEN QUIZZES if it is your first time
otherwise, choose appropriately.
59
Rule Interp Quiz
  • Getting Startedaccessing the quiz
  • The following screen should appear

Select the appropriate option. You can TAKE or
REVIEW your quiz. You are allowed to review the
quiz once you have officially submitted it.
60
Rule Interp Quiz
  • Getting Startedtaking the quiz
  • When you choose to TAKE the quiz, the following
    screen should appear.

Click START QUIZ to begin or CANCEL to quit
61
Rule Interp Quiz
  • Getting Startedtaking the quiz
  • When you select START QUIZ, the following screen
    should appear.

After carefully reading the instructions, select
START QUIZ to begin.
10
62
Rule Interp Quiz
  • Taking the Quiz
  • When you select START QUIZ, the following screen
    should appear.

Proceed with the quiz selecting your answer for
each question.
63
Rule Interp Quiz
  • Taking the Quiz
  • When you have completed the quiz, a screen will
    appear with a summary of your answers.

You may choose CHANGE ANSWER by any answer(s) you
would like to modify.
64
Rule Interp Quiz
  • Taking the Quiz

When you have reviewed the answers to your
satisfaction, choose SUBMIT QUIZ at the bottom of
your answer summary.
65
Rule Interp Quiz
  • Reviewing the Quiz
  • After you choose SUBMIT QUIZ, the following
    screen should appear indicating your score. To
    pass the quiz, you must receive a score of 80 or
    better.

You can choose to REVIEW the results, to compare
your answers to the correct answers, and to print
out your results.
66
Rule Interp Quiz
  • Reviewing the Quiz
  • After you choose REVIEW, the following screen
    should appear.

The printout indicates your answers as well as
the correct answer.
Print out a copy for your records, or if you need
to retake the quiz to receive a passing score.
67
Rule Interp Quiz
  • Reviewing the Quiz
  • After you review your quiz, or return to the
    CLASS PAGE, the following screen should appear.

You can TAKE the quiz again to improve your
score, or REVIEW an already completed quiz.
68
Rule Interp Quiz
  • Important Reminders!
  • You CANNOT return to a partially completed quiz.
  • When you retake the quiz, or enter the quiz on a
    subsequent attempt, the questions will be in a
    different order, and your prior answers will be
    erased.
  • You have 10 attempts to receive a passing score
    of 85.
  • We encourage you to retake the quiz to achieve a
    perfect score.
  • If you have questions about the quiz contact
    Linda Schrage at schrage_cheer_at_yahoo.com.

69
RULE-INTERP QUIZ
  • Directions for the online quiz process

Questions Comments?
Linda Schrage at schrage_cheer_at_yahoo.com.
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