Sportsmanship Brochures

Downloadable sportsmanship pamphlets now available.

The Maine Principals' Association Sportsmanship Committee has developed several pamphlets that schools may use to promote sportsmanship. The links below are separate pamphlets which are targeted at athletes, students, parents, coaches, cheerleaders, and fans and may be downloaded by schools that wish to hand them out. There is a place on the front of each brochure for a school's name and logo. It is hoped that this resource will be used by schools to help curb some of the unacceptable behaviors that some people exhibit at interscholastic contests. The Sportsmanship Committee welcomes feedback on this endeavor and suggestions for other projects. The contact person for the committee is Gerry Durgin.

Sportsmanship Guide for Cheerleaders

Sportsmanship Guide for Coaches

Sportsmanship Guide for Fans

Sportsmanship Guide for Parents

Sportsmanship Guide for Students

Sportsmanship Guide for Student-Athletes

 

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Administrator Evaluation Model

The Maine Principals' Association's Supervision and Evaluation Committee has taken the initiative to review existing models of administrator evaluation, and to develop a tool that incorporates performance-based standards and a process to ensure professional growth.  Therefore, the committee offers the following Administrator Evaluation Model for use by school administrative units in full or with revisions made at the local level.

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The Maine Principal Study has documented since 1997 how Maine principals experience their work and feel about their effectiveness. The 2011 Maine Principal Study survey was distributed electronically, and several items were dropped because they had not yielded particularly useful information during previous administrations. This latest survey revealed some interesting trends. To view the 2011 survey, click here.