Programming: High School
School Removes P.E. Swim Curriculum After Drowning
by Michael Popke — AB Managing Editor November 2012
Manchester (Conn.) High School's pool has been shut down and its physical education swimming unit removed indefinitely, following the Nov. 21 drowning of a freshman boy.
Demand to Close Gap Between Public, Non-Public Schools Increases
by Michael Popke November 2012
High school sports in Tennessee reached a milestone in 2012, marking 15 years of separate postseason tournaments for public and non-public schools.
Healthier Concessions Menus Present New Booster Club Challenges
by Michael Popke September 2012
Fans attending high school football games this fall in Portland, Maine, were in for a surprise - especially the ones craving a tray of warm nachos and a cold Mountain Dew.
PEP Grant Winners Announced; $27M to 56 Winning Groups
by Michael Popke — AB Managing Editor August 2012
The U.S. Department of Education has announced the 2013 recipients of more than $27 million in Carol M. White Physical Education Program (PEP) grants. New PEP grants will be distributed to 56 school districts and community-based organizations across the country, including the Yukon-Koyukuk School District in Fairbanks, Alaska, the YMCA of Southern Indiana and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County, Va.
Sponsor-Supported Video Boards Make Impact at High School Level
by Michael Popke July 2012
For Mike Gosz and Jaime Sherwood, being a high school athletic director requires a lot more versatility than it did even a few years ago.
Former Wrestler Hudson Taylor Champions Tolerance
by Paul Steinbach March 2012
As a member of the nation's top-ranked high school wrestling team, Hudson Taylor was subjected to homophobic taunts as a teen.
How to Weed Out Trouble-Making High School Sports Fans
by Michael Popke March 2012
In a brief but volatile confrontation with a referee officiating his daughter's basketball game at Albuquerque, N.M.'s Volcano Vista High School in January, Paul Alfaro flung a vulgarity the official's way.
High School Sports Teams Stretch Out with Yoga
by Michael Popke February 2012
When baseball practice begins next month at Jeffersonville (Ind.) High School, Matt Rigsby will find out whether the optional once-a-week yoga classes he has been offering his players since September have paid off.
How High School ADs Can Rein in Questionable Coaching Behavior
by Michael Popke December 2011
The final months of 2011 brought almost weekly stories of high school coaches misbehaving.
Schools Struggle to Find Where Fitness Fits
by Michael Popke November 2011
If you want to know just how desperately educators in New York City are trying to make fitness a priority for their students, look no further than Public School 197 in Queens.