Rules Meeting Schedule | Michigan High Schools Athletic Association

By the action of the representative council:

ARTICLE 8(B) – Each head coach of a varsity team in a sport under MHSAA jurisdiction must complete (in person or online) MHSAA rules meetings for that sport for the current school year by the deadline if meetings are scheduled and attendance is required. If the head coach does not complete a rules meeting by the deadline, that coach will be prohibited from coaching in that season’s MHSAA tournament for the relevant sport and will not be present at the facility where the MHSAA tournament involving this coach’s team. . See Regulation II, Section 15(H)4. An administrator or designated faculty member of that school must be present with supervisory capacity over the school’s competitors. Not receiving reminder notifications (email or otherwise) does not change the requirement of this section.

SECTION 8(C) – Schools must certify that all assistant and varsity coaches have completed an MHSAA rules meeting (online or in-person) for that sport for the current school year by the deadline. Assistant or varsity coaches who coach more than one sport in a school year must meet the requirement each season unless the sport is the same and the coach has completed meeting the rules specific to the school year. MHSAA sport earlier in the school year for that sport (e.g. Boys JV and Girls JV Football Coach). It is expected that schools will impose the Section 8(B) sanction on assistant or varsity coaches who do not meet this requirement by the deadline.

SECTION 3(B) – High schools must certify by the established deadline for each season that all varsity, varsity junior and 9th grade head coaches of each high school team have valid certification in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). This will ensure that each team usually has a coach present who is CPR certified. The established deadline for all high school head coaches (regardless of level) will be the last date set for completion of the MHSAA rules meeting for the sport. A person who is the head coach of more than one sport during the school year must meet the deadline for the first of these sports. It is expected that schools will impose the Section 8(B) sanction on varsity, JV, and grade 9 head coaches who fail to meet this requirement.

ARTICLE 3 (C) – Every varsity team head coach in an MHSAA tournament sport first hired as a varsity head coach at an MHSAA member high school after July 31, 2016 must have completed Level 1 or Level 2 of the MHSAA Coaching Advancement Program (PAC). If the head coach does not complete CAP Level 1 or 2 by the established deadline, that coach will be prohibited from coaching in that season’s MHSAA tournament for the relevant sport and will not be present at the facility. where the MHSAA tournament involving that coach’s team is being held. See Regulation II, Section 15(H)4. An administrator or designated faculty member of that school must be present with supervisory capacity over the school’s competitors. Not receiving reminder notifications (email or otherwise) does not change the requirement of this section. MHSAA may substitute an alternate coach education program for late hires that will meet the requirement on a temporary basis.

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