The Monday Minute - Ohio High School Athletic Association

April 6, 2015
The Monday Minute
A Weekly Update from the Ohio High School Athletic Association
Greetings from the OHSAA! Please see below for a snapshot of recent memos, important reminders, a spotlight
article, tournament updates and highlights from the OHSAA’s Twitter feed.
Lightning and Inclement Weather Reminder
With spring sports in full swing, coaches, administrators and officials are reminded to know the OHSAA’s lightning and
inclement weather policy. Please review it here:
Recent Memos and Announcements Sent to Member Schools
Note: These and other items emailed to schools are posted on the front page of within the “bulletin board” section
March 24 – Six Spring Athletic Discussion Meetings Planned
March 5 – Reminder to High Schools to Rate and Vote for Winter Officials
March 2 – Junior High Update Memo
Feb. 9 – OHSAA Scholar-Athlete Information Sent to Principals
Feb. 9 – Update on Start of 2015 Soccer Season
Jan. 23 - Bylaw 1-6-4 Exception – Combining 7th and 8th grade programs from schools under your jurisdiction
Referendum Voting Period is May 1-15
Six athletic discussion meetings have been planned for April around Ohio to review the 2015 referendum issues and for the
OHSAA staff to talk about topics of current interest. The meetings last approximately two hours and there is no cost to attend.
The meetings are intended for superintendents, high school principals, high school athletic administrators, 7th‐8th grade
principals, city supervisors and board presidents. Media members are also welcome to attend. Attendance by at least one
school administrator is highly encouraged, and a maximum of four administrators from one school is permitted. More
information and the registration link:
Spring Sports Manuals
Track & Field:
Boys Tennis:
Recent Twitter Bytes from @OHSAASports
April 6: #OHSAA and @ohioiaaa recognize Ohio interscholastic coaches earning recent national coaching
April 6: It's spring time! The 2015 #OHSAA Baseball Regional and State Tournament draw is now posted:
April 3: RT @Jerry_Snodgrass Now that the AAU season is in full swing, here's solid advice on OHSAA regulations for
players, coaches and teams:
April 2: Article from @NFHS_Org, "Focus On Health of Pitchers Continues in High School Baseball"
April 1: Welcome to April! #OHSAA printable calendar: … More calendars: …
April 1: Great story from Texas - basketball team has its fans cheer FOR opponent, a juvenile correction facility team:
April 1: The late Persh Rohrer honored at last week's state tournament. Rohrer spent 63 years as sportswriter
@RecordPub -
April 1: Did You Know? Bat warmers are not permitted in #OHSAA baseball & softball games.
Did You Know?
Only a majority vote by the member schools can change OHSAA bylaws or the constitution. The annual referendum voting
period is May 1-15. Each school’s head principal is sent one ballot.
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