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Title: 2014-2015 FHSAA Student-Athlete Advisory Committee


1
2014-2015 FHSAA Student-Athlete Advisory Committee
  • Spring Meeting
  • Friday, March 13, 2015

2
Welcome!
  • Section 3 Representatives
  • Kellisha Bellamy, Booker (Sarasota)
  • Tyler Lopes, Seacrest Country Day (Naples)
  • Elizabeth Roux, Gulf Coast (Naples)
  • Matthew Walker, George Jenkins (Lakeland)
  • Section 4 Representatives
  • Kendra Guerrero, Archimedean (Miami)
  • Sydney Konrath, Marathon
  • Antonio Menarde, Archimedean (Miami)
  • Sima Vazquez, Carrollwood (Miami)
  • Section 1 Representatives
  • Jurian Edelenbos, Fleming Island
  • Ryan Fournier, Escambia
  • Katie Ringdahl, Oak Hall (Gainesville)
  • Daniel Veillux, St. Francis Catholic
    (Gainesville)
  • Section 2 Representatives
  • Andrew Cacciatore Holy Trinity (Melbourne)
  • Caroline Gibbs, Lake Brantley (Altamonte Springs)
  • Alexandra Romanello, Nease (Ponte Vedra)
  • William Thomas, Dunnellon

3
Icebreaker
  • Who Am I? Rules
  • Who Am I? is a guessing game where you use the
    traits and characteristics of famous, historical,
    or company figures to break the ice with each
    other. Any sized group can play you are only
    limited by your own imagination! Materials
    required are sticky nametags and a marker.
    Self-adhesive white Avery labels work great.
    This game works well for medium to extra large
    sized groups.
  • Setup for the Who Am I Game
  • Before your group arrives, prepare sticky
    nametags with the names of famous people (or any
    other people that EVERYONE in the group will
    know). For example, you can write
  • SUPERMAN, INDIANA JONES, HARRY POTTER, BATMAN,
    PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, BRITNEY SPEARS or
    MICKEY MOUSE
  • And so on. If you like, you could also stick
    labels on each persons forehead instead of their
    back.
  • Playing Who Am I?
  • Place one of the nametags on the upper back of
    each player. Once everyone has a nametag on
    their back, explain the rules to everyone each
    person must try to figure out which famous person
    that they are, only asking Yes or No
    questions to gain clues about the name that is on
    their back.
  • For example, a player can ask questions like Am
    I an athlete? Am I a female? Am I a young
    person? and so on.

4
SAAC Mission Statement
  • We work to represent the best interests of all
    student-athletes by presenting their concerns to
    the FHSAA, thereby developing initiatives for
    future improvement. Our goal is to promote the
    advancement of sportsmanship and integrity by
    fostering an ethical, safe, competitive
    environment on and off the field.

5
2014-2015 SAAC Initiatives
  • Promoting sportsmanship through the Sunshine
    State Spirit Showdown
  • Creating guidelines for school level student
    leadership/advisory groups that serves to address
    concerns of their own student-athletes, not
    limited to but including college prep,
    sportsmanship, community service, inclusion of
    ALL sports and safety of student-athletes

6
Todays Agenda Goals
  • Selection of the Sunshine State Spirit Showdown
    Winner
  • Creation of a PowerPoint Presentation about
    forming leadership groups at the local level

7
Facilitative Leadership Working as a Group
  • Everyone needs to be heard
  • Respect all other opinions
  • Agree to Disagree
  • Reach your objectives
  • Work with timelines
  • Bring a problem, bring a solution

8
Sunshine State Spirit Showdown Selecting a
Winner!
  • Discussion led by Quinten Ershock
  • Objective Watch and review video submissions to
    decide on a winner of the first ever Sunshine
    State Spirit Showdown

9
Sunshine State Spirit ShowdownOverview
  • Videos must be between 90 seconds and 3 minutes
  • Must also include at least 30 seconds of
    discussion about why school should be winner
  • Cheers must be positive
  • Sportsmanship is the overall goal for this
    program
  • Submission videos were sent to FHSAA by February
    2 and YouTube playlist is created with all of the
    submissions
  • Videos that meet the requirements will be
    uploaded to FHSAA social media.
  • Fans will be encouraged to watch all videos and
    vote on favorites using Survey Monkey link on
    social media sites

10
Sunshine State Spirit ShowdownChoosing a Winner
  • Fans will be encouraged to watch all videos and
    vote on favorites using Survey Monkey link on
    social media sites
  • Fan votes will be divided by school population to
    keep competition fair amongst large schools and
    small schools
  • SAAC makes final decision on winner which will be
    determined based on the following criteria
  • Positive sportsmanship
  • Student body community participation
  • School spirit
  • Originality of cheers
  • Organization of the group and student body
  • Overall fun
  • How well did the school follow guidelines
  • Social media votes

11
Sunshine State Spirit Showdown
  • Second Annual School Spirit Competition
  • Nine Entries
  • Go Crusaders by Bishop Kenny (Jacksonville)
  • Clay Crazies Part 2 by Clay (Green Cove
    Springs)
  • Chiles (Tallahassee)
  • Fort Walton Beach
  • Mosley (Lynn Haven)
  • Knightmares by Oakleaf (Orange Park)
  • One School, One Family Palmetto Ridge (Naples)
  • Robinson Knightmare by Robinson (Tampa)
  • Seabreeze (Daytona Beach)

12
Sunshine State Spirit ShowdownYour Task
Selecting a Winner
  • Rate videos in each distinct category on a 1 5
    rating scale
  • 1 being low, 5 being high
  • To keep the contest fair between large schools
    and small schools, fan votes will be divided by
    school population and only used to enhance the
    score provided by the SAAC evaluation
  • Fan vote formula
  • Social Media Fan votes divided by 2013-2014
    School Population then multiplied by 100
  • Fan vote will be added to the SAAC overall score
  • Winner will receive banner and plaque from FHSAA
    at a pep rally hosted by winning school

13
Sunshine State Spirit ShowdownWatch Rate Videos
2015 Sunshine State Spirit Showdown And the
winner is.
14
Forming a Student Leadership Group at the Local
Level
  • Discussion led by Sean Berger
  • Objectives Create PowerPoint Presentation for
    member schools to utilize when forming their own
    student leadership groups

15
General Discussion
  • What is a student leadership group?
  • Group Composition
  • Selection Process
  • Meetings

16
Topics for Discussion
  • Topics to address with Student Leadership Group
  • College Prep
  • Sportsmanship
  • Community Involvement
  • Inclusion of All Sports
  • Student-Athlete Safety

17
Thank you for participating in the 2014-2015 SAAC!
  • Congratulations to all the graduating seniors!
  • Juniors get ready for next year!
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