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(Wed) November 18, 2020
: Mitigation Efforts Must Intensify as Winter Sports, Performing Arts Begin
To play or not to play winter high school sports and other activity programs – that is the decision being considered by state high school associations,...
 
(Fri) November 13, 2020
: High School Coaches, Parents Helping Students to the Finish Line
The finish line – a familiar image in high school sports and performing arts. The breaking of the tape in a 100-meter dash...
 
(Thu) November 5, 2020
: Tracking Life-Changing Events That Occur in High School Sports, Performing Arts
Balancing concerns for the physical health of student participants competing in sports and performing arts with the social, emotional and mental health...
 
(Wed) October 28, 2020
: High School Sports Postseason Competition Returns Across Country
“Going to State” is the mantra of high school sports teams as their seasons begin...
 
(Tue) October 27, 2020
NFHS : NFHS Learning Center Releases New Content for Parents, Offers NFHS National Parent Credential
The National Federation of State High School Associations has announced additional parent-centered content on the NFHS Learning Center, along with the NFHS National Parent Credential certification...
 
(Wed) October 21, 2020
: Communities Nationwide Benefit from High School Sports, Performing Arts
What seemed improbable in any state several months ago is closing in on the finish line – the successful implementation of fall sports and activities in high schools across the country...
 
(Wed) August 26, 2020
: From Masks to Transfers Across States, High School Sports Have Different Look
How do we begin to describe the past six months in high school sports and performing arts?...
 
(Mon) August 17, 2020
HHSAA : HHSAA extends “no contact” period for all workouts and practices through Sept. 13
The Hawaii High School Athletic Association executive board unanimously approved the extension of the “no-contact period” for the high school sports calendar through Sunday, Sept. 13...
 
(Wed) August 5, 2020
HHSAA : HHSAA postpones start of moderate and high-risk fall sports
The Hawaii High School Athletic Association executive board approved by majority vote to postpone the start of moderate- and high-risk fall sports to January 2021...
 
(Wed) August 5, 2020
: Students’ Needs for High School Sports, Performing Arts Drives Decisions to Restart Programs
As leaders of state high school associations work with government, education and health leaders on a safe return of sports and other activities, some have questioned why those attempts are being made as the COVID-19 pandemic continues...
 
(Wed) July 29, 2020
: Plans to Preserve High School Sports, Performing Arts Continue Amid Pandemic
The numbers in high school activity programs are staggering – 8 million participants in sports, 4 million students in performing arts, 500,000 coaches and officials and 300 million-plus fans at contests throughout the school year...
 
(Wed) July 22, 2020
: Embracing Change is Crucial in Restarting High School Sports, Performing Arts
Planning high school sports and performing arts programs as the COVID-19 pandemic continues is the biggest challenge any of our leadership has ever faced...
 
(Tue) July 21, 2020
NFHS : ‘First Aid, Health and Safety’ Revisions Provide Updated Content for Learning Center Core Course
Revisions to “First Aid, Health and Safety” have been completed to provide relevant, up-to-date content to the 10-unit course...
 
(Mon) July 20, 2020
: HHSAA institutes “no contact” period for all workouts and practices through Aug. 18
The Hawaii High School Athletic Association executive board by majority vote approved that effective immediately the high school sport calendar shall move into a “no-contact period” through Tuesday, Aug. 18...
 
(Wed) July 15, 2020
: With Safety Measures in Place, Students Need Sports and Performing Arts for Mental and Emotional Wellness
It’s decision time in our nation’s schools. Will the 56 million-plus students in K-12 schools be able to return to the classroom for the first time...
 
(Wed) June 17, 2020
HHSAA : HHSAA extends suspension of interscholastic practices
The HHSAA and its member leagues are extending the suspension of all interscholastic practices until return-to-play guidelines have been adopted for the reopening of facilities and workouts...
 
(Wed) June 17, 2020
NFHS : Mention of ‘Name, Image, Likeness’ Must Not Occur in Recruitment of High School Athletes
Understandably, the COVID-19 pandemic has dominated every facet of our lives the past three months – so much so that the challenges that were our focus earlier this year are distant memories...
 
(Wed) June 10, 2020
NFHS : High School Sports, Performing Arts Essential to Health, Well-being of Students
The question this week has been, “How do we move forward and begin to see our world through a different lens?”...
 
(Tue) June 9, 2020
NFHS : NFHS Releases Guidelines for Return to High School Marching Band Activities
Similar to the guidance released last month for the nationwide reopening of high school athletics and activities, the NFHS has announced suggested procedures for a safe return to high school marching band activities...
 
(Thu) June 4, 2020
NFHS : NFHS to Host First Virtual National Student Leadership Summit
The NFHS hopes to reach thousands of high school students from across the nation July 20-22 with its first virtual National Student Leadership Summit...
 
(Wed) May 27, 2020
: Patience Needed as States Develop Plans for Restarting High School Sports, Performing Arts
For several weeks, Americans have been awaiting answers to several questions. When will restaurants restart dine-in services?...
 
(Mon) May 25, 2020
: 2020 Hall of Honor Class Announcement
The Hawai‘i High School Athletic Association is proud to announce the 2020 Class of Inductees into the Enterprise Rent-a-Car/HHSAA Hall of Honor...
 
(Wed) May 13, 2020
: Trying to Read the Crystal Ball for Re-opening High School Sports, Activities
Re-opening is the key word in sports at all levels right now...
 
(Wed) May 6, 2020
: With Spring Sports/Activities Cancelled, State Leaders Salute Students, Volunteers
On Monday, the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association became the 51st and final NFHS member state high school association to cancel its spring sports championships due to the Coronavirus pandemic...
 
(Fri) May 1, 2020
NFHS GIRLS WATER POLO: High School Water Polo Rules Changes Address Risk Minimization, Pace of Play, More Scoring Options
A total of 16 rules changes were approved in high school water polo for the next two years with a focus on risk minimization, improving the pace of play and providing more scoring options on offense...
 
(Wed) April 29, 2020
: Despite Grounding of Programs, Education Continues in High School Sports, Performing Arts
Watching non-stop coverage of the Coronavirus pandemic on television or checking out every notification sent to your smartphone can lead to a pretty dismal outlook by the end of the day...
 
(Tue) April 28, 2020
NFHS WRESTLING: 2020-21 High School Wrestling Rules Changes Address Weigh-In Procedures, Hair-Length Restrictions
As the result of a concerted effort to accommodate the growing number of female wrestlers, the 2020-21 high school wrestling rules changes are headlined by significant adjustments to weigh-in protocol and appropriate hair-length requirements...
 
(Fri) April 24, 2020
NFHS : NFHS to Halt Printing of Spring Sports Rules Publications; 2020 Rules to be Used in 2021 Season
Due to the cancellation of spring sports at high schools across the country, the National Federation of State High School Associations will not be publishing new rules for 2021 in the sports of baseball, softball, track and field...
 
(Thu) April 23, 2020
: Message from the HHSAA Student Athlete Advisory Council
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted all of our lives, from being normal active high school students to being confined to our homes...
 
(Thu) April 23, 2020
NFHS : NFHS Learning Center Launches Course for Public Address Announcers
The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) has announced its newest addition to the online NFHS Learning Center platform...
 
(Fri) April 17, 2020
: HHSAA cancels spring sports season
After consulting with state leaders, the Hawaii High School Athletic Association and its member leagues have decided to cancel the remainder of the 2020 spring interscholastic sports season due to the ongoing COVID-19 public health threat...
 
(Wed) April 15, 2020
: NFHS, Music Publishers Pave Way for Students to Use Copyrighted Material to Complete Year
Not unlike the process for relaxing the stay-at-home orders and re-opening the economy at the national level, the timing of the return of high school sports and activities may differ from state to state...
 
(Tue) April 14, 2020
NFHS SWIMMING & DIVING: High School Swimming/Diving Rules Changes Clarify Proper Race Finish, Official Timing Procedures
Providing more clarity on a proper race finish and official timing procedures are among the noteworthy high school swimming and diving rules changes for the 2020-21 school year...
 
(Tue) April 14, 2020
NFHS CHEERLEADING: Music Publishers Agree to Allow Educational Use of Copyrighted Music
Several prominent music publishers have temporarily allowed the use of their copyrighted music for educational purposes through an agreement with the NFHS and the National Association for Music Education...
 
(Wed) April 8, 2020
: Let’s Gain New Appreciation for Officials During Down Time
During this shutdown of normal life in our nation, we are learning to deal with a new challenge – how to handle the unexpected time on our hands at home...
 
(Tue) April 7, 2020
NFHS CHEERLEADING: Risk Minimization Remains Theme of 2020-21 High School Spirit Rules Changes
High school spirit rules changes for the 2020-21 school year remain centered on increasing safety for cheerleading and dance teams across the country...
 
(Wed) April 1, 2020
: Shout-out to Health-Care Workers and State High School Associations
We are living in unprecedented times. We are all in this together. We will get through this...
 
(Mon) March 30, 2020
: No changes to moratorium on competition and practices
The HHSAA and its member leagues agreed to maintain its “suspended” status for all interscholastic practices and competition at least through April 30...
 
(Wed) March 25, 2020
NFHS : Officiating Courses Available for Free Through July 1 on the NFHS Learning Center
Current high school sports officials, as well as individuals interested in joining the officiating ranks, will be able to access online education courses on the NFHS Learning Center for free through July 1...
 
(Wed) March 25, 2020
NFHS : Saluting High School Seniors as Spring Sports and Activities Remain on Hold
A visitor to the local high school in late March would normally find boys and girls engaged in track and field, baseball, softball and lacrosse practices...
 
(Mon) March 23, 2020
HIADA: HIADA Cancels State Conference
The Hawaii Interscholastic Athletic Directors Association’s annual conference has been canceled, HIADA Board President Deren Oshiro announced today...
 
(Mon) March 23, 2020
: HHSAA moratorium on competition and practices stands
The Hawaii High School Athletic Association (HHSAA) and its member leagues continue its indefinite suspension of all interscholastic competition and practices...
 
(Mon) March 16, 2020
: HHSAA directive places moratorium on practices effective immediately
COVID-19 public health threat to be evaluated weekly by HHSAA executive board...
 
(Fri) March 13, 2020
: Hawaii interscholastic competition suspended
The Hawaii High School Athletic Association in conjunction with its member leagues – the Big Island Interscholastic Federation, Interscholastic League of Honolulu, Kauai Interscholastic Federation, Maui Interscholastic League, and the Oahu Interscholastic Association – announced that effective Monday, March 16, 2020, all interscholastic competition will be suspended indefinitely based on the evolving COVID-19 public health threat...
 
(Wed) March 11, 2020
: Should Technology Aid Performances in High School Sports?
One of the age-old objectives of the NFHS has been to preserve the records, tradition and heritage of education-based athletics and activities programs in the United States...
 
(Mon) March 9, 2020
HIADA: HIADA Names New Executive Director
Willam “Bill” Villa has been named as the Hawaii Interscholastic Athletic Directors Association’s new Executive Director, HIADA Board President Deren Oshiro announced today...
 
(Sat) February 22, 2020
HHSAA WRESTLING: Kamehameha-Kapalama captures boys wrestling championship title
In the boys wrestling championships on Friday and Saturday at Blaisdell center Arena, Kamehameha-Kapalama boys scored 207.5 and took home their championship title...
 
(Sat) February 22, 2020
HHSAA WRESTLING: Kamehameha-Kapalama takes girls wrestling team championship title
In the 2020 Texaco/HHSAA Wrestling championships at Blaisdell Arena, Kamehameha-Kapalama girls took home the championship title with score of 169.0...
 
(Sat) February 15, 2020
HHSAA DIVISION I BOYS SOCCER: Punahou defeats Mililani, 3-2 for the division I boys soccer championship crown
In the division I boys soccer championship match at the Waipio Peninsula Soccer Complex on Saturday evening, Punahou scored 3-2 against Mililani, capturing the division I boys soccer championship title...
 
(Sat) February 15, 2020
HHSAA DIVISION II BOYS SOCCER: Hawai‘i Prep clenches HHSAA Division II Boys soccer championship title
In the division II boys soccer championship match on Saturday at the Waipio Peninsula Soccer Complex, Hawai‘i Prep defeated Kapa‘a 2-0 for their title...
 
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