ECDAA Constitution

East Central District Athletic Association

CONSTITUTION as of September 2014.

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

NAME

The name of the district is the East Central District Athletic Association. It shall be referred to as the East Central District.

PURPOSE

The purpose of the East Central District is to plan, supervise and administer inter-school athletic activities in the East Central District of Saskatchewan, including play-offs leading to District and Provincial level championships.

GUIDING PRINCIPLES

The guiding principles of the East Central District are:

  1. The aims and objectives shall be in harmony with the goals of education as set out by Saskatchewan Learning the Ministry of Education.
  2. Participation in activities is to be encouraged as these activities are an integral part of the total education process.
  3. All students shall have the opportunity to realize the physical, social and emotional values to be derived from inter-school competition; and
  4. The East Central District is opposed to the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs by players, coaches, officials, supervisors and others connected with athletic competition.
  5. Good sportsmanship and complete participation cannot be legislated but must through education, become the ultimate goals of this association.
  6. Any situation not covered by ECDAA constitution and by laws, refer to SHSAA policies and guidelines.

OBJECTIVES

The objectives of the East Central District are:

  1. To encourage schools to provide a program of athletic activities for students.
  2. To encourage a varied athletic program in schools by restricting play to the recognized school sport   season.
  3. To encourage the development of citizenship, good sportsmanship and athletic skills.
  4. To encourage, plan, supervise and administer inter-school and inter-district competitions.
  5. To encourage participation by students in a wide variety of inter-school athletics.
  6. To encourage the integration of sport activity with other portions of the school program.
  7. To encourage participation by students as representatives of their school.
  8. To encourage training and upgrading for coaches and officials through clinics

DEFINITIONS

SHSAA - the Saskatchewan High Schools Athletic Association

Board of Education - a board of education or conseil scolaire established pursuant to The Education Act, 1995

Independent school - a school in the East Central District registered as an independent school with the Saskatchewan Learning Ministry of Education.

Member - A board as outlined in the Membership section of this constitution.

School - a school conducting classes in the East Central District in grades 7 through 12 or any of these grades

Trustee - an elected member of a board of education, conseil scolaire or governing body of a Member

MEMBERSHIP

Participating Members

The membership of the East Central District shall be open to the following:

  1. Boards of education in the East Central District and conseil scolaire of the province of Saskatchewan
  2. Any independent school registered with Saskatchewan Learning the Ministry of Education.
  3. and which is a body corporate or association and which operates a high school in the East Central District; and
  4. Any Indian Band which operates a high school or school or on whose land a high school or school is operated within East Central District.
  5. Currently the members are: Good Spirit S.D. # 204, Christ the Teacher S.D. # 212

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS

Associate members as outlined in the SHSAA bylaws may send non-voting delegates to general, special general and/or executive meetings of East Central.

MEMBERSHIP DUES

  1. Each Member shall pay dues as set by the East Central District Council at the annual general meeting of the membership.
  2. Membership dues shall be paid to the East Central District as outlined in the Bylaws of the East Central District.
  3. Failure of any Member to submit the assessed dues to the East Central District prior to the date specified in the Bylaws shall entitle the East Central District to ask the SHSAA to apply sanctions against that Member.

ORGANIZATION

DISTRICTS

The East Central District boundaries shall be as determined by the bylaws of the SHSAA. Schools operated by Indian Bands, independent schools and conseil scolaire shall be included in the division within which each school is geographically located.

DISTRICT COUNCIL

  1. East Central District Athletic Council shall be made up of School Representatives and alternates approved by the principal per School in the district.  The School Representative and alternate will be declared at the East Central District Athletic Council Fall Meeting.
  2. East Central District Athletic Council may provide in its bylaws that other persons such as trustees, coaches, officials or others may be voting members of East Central District Athletic Council provided:
  1. that such appointment or election of such persons must be approved by the principal operating the School to be represented
  2. that such person shall not vote to elect the voting delegates to the SHSAA Annual Meeting

The East Central District Council may develop and amend a constitution, and may pass bylaws, develop policy, elect officers, hold meetings, collect district membership fees, collect such other fees as are provided for in the bylaws, and spend such monies as are consistent with the East Central District bylaws and policy.

Prior to any East Central District Council constitution, amendments to the constitution, bylaws, or amendments to the bylaws taking effect, the changes passed by the East Central District Council must be forwarded to the SHSAA for approval by the Executive Council of the SHSAA at its next meeting.

 

EAST CENTRAL DISTRICT EXECUTIVE

At each East Central District Council Annual General Meeting in May the School Representatives and other voting members shall elect the following:

  1. President
  2. Vice President
  3. Official's Commissioner
  4. LEADS member
  5. In-school administrator

F)    One Trustee

G)    Website Liaison

H)    Secretary

I)     Treasurer

  1. Middle Years School Jr. High Co-ordinator

The office of the President is a three-year term (which can be consecutive) . All other officers will hold terms of one year (which can be consecutive).

ANNUAL MEETING

  1. An annual meeting of the East Central District Council shall be held each school year on or before the first Wednesday in May.
  2. Written notice of the annual meeting shall be given to all Members, and to each School in the East Central District, at least two weeks prior to the date set for the meeting.
  3. There shall be three general meetings throughout the school year and they will be called: The Fall Meeting, The Winter Meeting, The Annual Meeting.

SPECIAL GENERAL MEETINGS

  1. A Special General Meeting of the East Central District Council may be called by the President, as and when the President considers it necessary, upon giving two weeks written notice to all Members and to all Schools.
  2. The President shall call a Special General Meeting of the East Central District Executive Council when requested to do so in writing by at least half of the East Central District Executive Council or by at least two of the Members.

VOTING

  1. Each School (offering grades 7 – 12 or any combination thereof) receives one vote.
  2. Voting at any East Central District Council meeting shall be by the approved School Representatives, Executive Members, excluding the President, and by other approved voting delegates.
  3. Motions shall pass if more votes are cast in favour of the motion than those cast against the motion. Abstentions shall not be counted on either side. In the case of a tie the President shall cast the deciding vote.
  4. In the case of amendments the motion must pass with the required percentages of the voting representatives present. In this case abstentions count as a vote against the motion.

VOTING DELEGATES (SHSAA  AGM)

All Members within the district shall form a subdivision of the SHSAA and shall vote at members' meetings of the SHSAA through Voting Delegates to be selected in the following manner:

  1. The School representatives in the East Central District shall attend the East Central District Council Annual General Meeting.  At that meeting representatives of schools which have any grades 9-12 shall elect the seven Voting Delegates for the East Central District. These seven Voting Delegates shall be the Voting Delegates for the East Central District to the SHSAA's Annual General Meeting.
  2. The seven Voting Delegates shall be made up of the following persons:

             1. One Trustee

             2. One School administrator

3. One person who has been elected as a District Officials Commissioner pursuant to the East Central District bylaws or who is a District Officials Clinician/Referee in Chief

4. Three Voting Delegates at large consisting of two persons of one gender and one person of the   opposite gender

             5. One LEADS Representative

  1. The seven Voting Delegates do not have to be School Representatives.
  2. Each Voting Delegate of the district must hold a valid Saskatchewan Teaching Certificate and must be employed by a Member in Saskatchewan at the time of the annual meeting of the SHSAA, except for the delegate appointed as a Trustee who must be a sitting member as a current elected representative of a Member at the time of the annual meeting of the SHSAA.

 

DISCIPLINE OF MEMBERS

The East Central District through the East Central District Executive Council or the East Central District General Meeting shall have the right to impose disciplinary sanctions on Members in the event that a Member or the Member's representative School (s) violate (s) the constitution, bylaws or policies of the East Central District.

Appeals of the discipline of Member (s) shall be directed to the SHSAA Executive Council

BYLAWS

1)  The East Central District Executive may propose bylaws for the East Central District.

Such bylaws shall be brought before the next Annual Meeting of the East Central District Council and shall be voted on by approved voting delegates.

If passed the bylaws shall be forwarded to the SHSAA for approval by the SHSAA Executive Council.

The East Central Executive may pass a temporary amendment to the bylaws. This temporary amendment must be brought to the next East Central District Council Annual Meeting for discussion and a vote.

2) The bylaws of the East Central District may be amended in the following manner:

a) Written notice of proposed amendments to the bylaws shall be forwarded to all Members and all Schools at least two weeks prior to the proposed date of the East Central District Council Annual Meeting.

b) Proposed amendments shall be voted upon at the East Central District Council Annual Meeting.  If passed by a majority of the School representatives, Executive members and approved voting delegates present the approved amendments shall be forwarded to the SHSAA for approval by the SHSAA Executive Council. The bylaw changes will become effective when approved by the SHSAA Executive Council or on the effective date in the bylaw whichever is the later.

3) a) Any proposed amendment which are not forwarded as outlined in 2.a) above will require a 75%    majority of the School representatives, Executive members and approved voting delegates present at the East Central District Council Annual Meeting to become accepted for forwarding to the SHSAA for approval.

    b) Proposed amendments to the bylaws shall be brought to the East Central District Council Annual Meeting only if the amendment has been proposed and/or supported by:

  1. the East Central District Executive, or
  2. a Member of the East Central District

AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION

  1. Written notice of proposed amendments to the East Central District Constitution shall be forwarded to all Members and to all Schools at least two weeks prior to the proposed date of the East Central District Council Annual Meeting.
  2. Proposed constitutional amendments shall be voted on at the East Central District Council Annual Meeting. If passed by a 75% majority of the School Representatives, Executive members and approved voting delegates present the approved amendments shall be forwarded to the SHSAA for approval by the SHSAA Executive Council. If approved by the SHSAA Executive Council the changes shall become effective when approved by the SHSAA Executive Council or on the date specified in the changes, whichever is later.
  3. Any proposed amendment submitted other than as outlined in 1. a) will require a 90% majority of the School Representatives and approved voting delegates present to be forwarded.
  4. Proposed amendments to the Constitution shall be brought to the East Central District Council Annual Meeting only if the amendment has been proposed and/or supported by:

         1. the East Central District Executive, or

         2. at least two Members of the East Central District.

BYLAWS

  1. Responsibilities:

A)    Athletic Directors / School Representatives

  1. Attend or send a representative to all ECDAA meetings.
  2. Register with the President of ECDAA at the Fall meeting.
  3. Submit your Jr. High School Team Entry Form to the ECDAA Treasurer, together with District team fees, by October 15th .
  4. Complete School Team Registration Form (SHSAA Form E-3) online @ www.shsaa.ca as per SHSAA instructions and submit payment by mail for “Amount Due”.  All payments should be mailed to:

SHSAA

#1 – 575 Park Street

Regina, SK

S4N 5B2

Reminder, this form is due on or before September 30th.

  1. Complete School Enrollment Declaration Form (E-10) online @ www.shsaa.ca as per SHSAA instructions during the last week of September and the first week of October.
  2. Send applications for deviation from the normal eligibility and classification rules to the ECDAA or SHSAA in good time for the respective executives to make a decision. Such deviations may include:
  • Co-operating Schools (by SHSAA deadline).
  • Use of students below Grade 9 (by SHSAA deadline).
  • Use of student moving to a new school after September 1 for reason other than family relocation (as soon as possible after the move).

7)   Ensure completion of SHSAA Activity Eligibility Form (E-5) online @ www.shsaa.ca as per SHSAA instruction by the date shown in the SHSAA Calendar.

8)   Distribute the SHSAA Handbook to all the coaches and teacher-supervisors in your school's program.

9)   Ensure that there is a teacher or approved non faculty coach supervising each team from your school whenever you are participating in inter-school competition.

10)  Do whatever is in your power to make sure that all coaches and athletes under your direction conduct themselves in an acceptable manner.

B)    Coach

General

  1. Your Junior team must be entered for ECDAA competition through East Central District Junior Team Fee registration form.  Form and fees are submitted to ECDAA Treasurer by October 15th.  Late fees ($50.00) will be charged for those schools submitting their fees past the deadline.
  2. Ensure that all your athletes are eligible for competition.
  3. Find out who the East Central Commissioner is. They will tell you about the format for your season - especially play-off arrangements.
  4. Ensure completion of SHSAA Activity Eligibility Form (E-5) online @ www.shsaa.ca as per SHSAA instruction by the date shown in the SHSAA Calendar.
  5. For the safety of the competitor and their opponents, all jewelry must be removed for any ECDAA interschool athlete event except golf, cross-country, curling, and track and field. Except pole vaulting and high jump.

Competition

  1. You and your players must be fully conversant with the current rules of your sport and of the league in which you compete. Attendance at Officials' Clinics offered within the District will be beneficial.
  2. The conduct of both you and your players must demonstrate the highest level of sportsmanship and respect for all competitors and officials.
  3. Take responsibility for the behavior of the students in your care and react promptly to conduct that is unacceptable.
  4. When hosting a visiting team, ensure that your guests have all the information and facilities that they need to make their visit pleasant and rewarding. They are to be treated as your guests, not just as your opponents.
  5. When visiting another school, make sure that your athletes are aware of the rules of behaviour of your host school. Ensure that you and your athletes behave as guests, not just as opponents of your hosts. As a courtesy to the hosting school, inform them ahead of a time of your expected time of arrival.
  6. When hosting a game or tournament or when competing out of the District, make sure that results are faxed or phoned (collect) to:

CJGX Radio       783 – 4319         Fax 786 - 6805

FOX Radio        783 – 4319

  1. Any protest regarding the decision of a commissioner, official, coach, team member or team supporter shall:
  • be submitted, in writing, to the ECDAA President with a copy to the Officials Commissioner
  • be submitted within 48 hours of the completion of the contest in question. 
  • be accompanied by a fee of $50 which will be refunded if the protest is upheld
  1. The President shall determine the validity of the protest and shall convene the Protest Committee within 48 hours if the protest is deemed valid.

Once you have entered the District play-off structure make sure that your team or individuals are committed to all subsequent District and post-District dates.  Coaches must declare their athlete’s intention to proceed beyond District Competition prior to the start of the District Competition in the sports of Golf, Cross Country, Badminton and Track and Field (Athletics).

C)    Teacher Supervisor

  1. Teacher-Supervisors are recommended when the coach of a team is not a teacher. The Supervisor represents the authority of the school and the teaching profession.
  2. A teacher-supervisor ensures that the students and coach on a team behave in a way that would be acceptable to a teacher-coach from his school.
  3. In order to carry out his responsibilities a teacher-supervisor should be in close contact with the students - his or her supervision of them should be as effective as that of a coach.
  4. The above items are not intended to remove any responsibility from, or level criticism at, non-teacher coaches but to recognize that a teacher is best suited, by his training and by the ongoing authority given him by his employing Board, to ensure that students behave and are treated in an acceptable manner.
  5. In addition to teachers, individuals outlined in Section II of the SHSAA handbook may be approved as a coach and supervisor of a school team. The school must file annually with the SHSAA using the E-14 form in the handbook.

D)    District Commissioners

  1. Each Commissioner shall check to verify the eligibility of team for the East Central District Championships. A list of eligible schools is available from SHSAA for High School competitions. A list of eligible schools is available from the East Central District Treasurer for Middle Years School competitions.
  2. Following ECDAA Commissioners Package for Jr. and SHSAA handbook for Sr.
  3. Determine play-off format and inform all entered teams. Send a copy to ECDAA President.
  4. Contact the Referee-in-Chief to obtain qualified officials.
  5. Appoint and announce a 3 member protest committee including the district commissioner
  6. Ensure that no ineligible team or athlete takes part in the play-off structure after the eligibility form date.
  7. Inform the media (see Coaches' page) of the District Finals and phone in results promptly.
  8. Promptly forward details of advancing teams or individuals to post-District Commissioners.
  9. Make sure that you charge the current entry fee for spectators (where possible) and forward 100% of the gate to ECDAA Treasurer.
  10. Before final play-offs ensure that you have received District medals from ECDAA Vice-President.
  11. When appropriate, collect fees and arrange for presentation of individual awards.
  12. Complete and submit the Commissioner's Report form to the next ECDAA meeting.
  13. In Cross Country, Golf, and Track and Field, nominate a District Coach for post-District play and forward the appropriate District Team entry forms (from SHSAA Office or Handbook).
  14. Submit legitimate expenses to ECDAA Treasurer.
  15. Send a "Payment of Officials" form to ECDAA Treasurer.
  16. Forward results to the Website Liaison for posting on the ECDAA website.

 

  1.  Officials Commissioner
  1. Attend SHSAA AGM as a voting delegate.
  2. Attend other meetings of the Provincial Officials group.
  3. Appoint the Referees-in-Chief for football, Volleyball, Basketball, and Track and Field.
  4. In co-operation with the Referees-in-Chief and SHSAA maintain a list of all registered officials.
  5. In co-operation with the Referees-in-Chief, arrange for the delivery of Officials' Clinics in Football, Volleyball, Basketball and Track and Field every year.
  6. Recommend District Officials for post-District assignments.
  7. Upon receipt of a protest: of the result of a District Play-off game or competition or of the action of an official or officials, an individual athlete, a team, team supporters, a coach or other team official:

Contact the Commissioner, the Officials concerned and all coaches and principals affected by the protest to obtain all available information and to attempt to have all parties involved agree to a resolution. If the protest can be so resolved within 72 hours then the resolution takes effect and no further action is needed, other than to notify the ECDAA President and all involved parties. If such a resolution is not reached then the President is asked to convene the Protest Committee as soon as the written protest form is received.

  1. Serve on the Protest Committee.
  2. Submit expenses to ECDAA Treasurer.

 

F)      Referee-in-Chief – Basketball, Football, Volleyball
  1. Maintains a list of registered officials and where possible, a record of performance.
  2. In co-operation with the Officials Commissioner arranges for the delivery of Officials' Clinics in your sport.
  3. Assists District Commissioners in providing registered officials for District play-offs.
  4. Provides recommendations for post-District appointments through the Officials Commissioner.
  5. Informs all member schools of any changes in the rules.
  6. Submits expenses to the ECDAA Treasurer.

 

G)     Jr.High School Co-ordinator
  1. Convenes junior scheduling meeting where district commissioners are appointed.
  2. Assists district commissioner in planning and organizing district playoffs
  3. Reports to the East Central District Athletic Association Council
  4. Serve as resource person for Jr. activities.

 

H)     Website Liaison
  1. Receives results from district playoffs from District Commissioners and forwards this information to be placed on the East Central District Athletic Association Website.
  2. Posts tournament and event information on the East Central District Athletic Association Website
  3. Post tournament and event results on the East Central District Athletic Association Website
  4. Posts the minutes of the ECDAA meetings on the ECDAA Website.
  5. Updates Constitution/Bylaw changes on the ECDAA Website
  6. Updates any record performance changes on the ECDAA Website

 

I)       Secretary
  1. Is responsible for the recording of minutes for each meeting.
  2. Forward minutes to the Website Liaison to be posted on the Website

 

J)      Treasurer
  1. Maintains financial records of the District and presents a Financial Statement to the Annual General Meeting in May.
  2. Receives team entry forms and fees and maintains a record of them.
  3. Before October 15 receive the list of Junior Team entries along with fees
  4. Submits the District's assessed fee to SHSAA when requested.
  5. Sends request for School Division assessments to each school division in the District and receives the assessed fees.
  6. Upon receipt of gate, pays officials as requested by District Commissioners
  7. Pays mileage expenses as requested.
  8. Submit and receives SHSAA MAP Grants.
  9. Pays bills submitted by or authorized by ECDAA Commissioners and other officers.
  10. Brings unusual requests for payment to ECDAA meetings for approval.
  11. Ensures the ECDAA Account is audited on an annual basis.

 

K)     Vice President

Assumes the responsibilities of the president if the president is unable to carry out or delegate or when there is a possibility of conflict of interest.

 

Acts as Awards Commissioner and is responsible for:

  1. purchasing of new awards,
  2. maintaining a supply of district medals and ribbons and distributing them to the appropriate commissioners.

 

L)     President
  1. Is the communication link between the District and SHSAA and other agencies.
  2. Prepares agendas for and calls meetings of the District Association in the Fall, Winter and Spring (AGM) according to the constitution.
  3. Ensures that the constitution of the District is followed in all matters.
  4. Represents the District as a delegate at SHSAA Annual Meeting and at the Annual District Presidents Meeting.
  5. Acts as a resource person for all coaches, athletics directors/School representatives and other members of the Association with regard to matters under the jurisdiction of the District.
  6. Calls meetings of the Executive (either in person or by conference call) when need arises for a decision at that level.
  7. Ensures that all District Officers and Commissioners are elected or appointed. Forwards a list to SHSAA in Fall.
  8. Serves as interim Commissioner for any activity for which a commissioner cannot be named at the Fall meeting.
  9. Updates this handbook and sends amendments to Website Liaison to post on the ECDAA website.
  10. Calls meetings of the Protest Committee if a written protest has been received within the allotted 48 hours.
  11. Calls meetings of the Protest Committee when he sees a need for action as a result of unacceptable conduct.
  12. Serves on the Protest Committee.
  13. Ensures that the following positions are filled :

a. LEADS member on Protest Committee

b. Official Commissioner on Protest Committee

c. LEADS member on Executive.

  1. Ensures that delegates to SHSAA AGM are appointed and makes arrangements for their attendance.
  2. Chairs meetings of the District Association, the Executive and the Protest Committee.
  3. Represents the District or appoints a representative whenever there is a need for District representation.

 

2)  Eligibility

Senior Level

SHSAA eligibility regulations as per SHSAA Handbook apply.

 

Junior Level

  1. Age: under 16 as of September 1st of the current school year.
  2. Enrolled in one school and one grade up to grade nine inclusive.
  3. Eligible students may enter both Junior and Senior District Playoffs.

 

3)  Financial Facts and Information

TEAM FEES:

Each School entering teams in SHSAA competition will be responsible to pay a total of $51 per team per sport. The fee is to be paid prior to October 1 of the current school year. The funds shall be sent to the SHSAA with a School Team Entry Form. The portion of the team entry fee to be returned to the East Central District Treasurer is $16.

Junior teams shall be responsible for completion of the ECDAA Junior Team Fee form, payment of $25 per team per sport to the East Central Treasurer and declaration of their intention to participate in the District Competition.

DISTRICT DUES:

Each school division is responsible to pay $1.00 for each student in grades 7 to 12 in the division.

GATE ADMISSION:

Gate shall be collected for any district competition - Adults $5; Grade 7 and up $3; All others free. All (100%) of gates collected shall be sent to the district treasurer. If no gate is received, the responsibility of paying the officiating fees will belong to the school that hosted the competition.

4)  Payment of Officials

East Central pays for officials and their travel in the following cases:

  1. District Final tournament in Volleyball 
  2. District Final tournament Basketball
  3. Final game in 9-man Football Conference (shared with other District involved if necessary).
  4.  6-man Football Final (if available).

Official pay scales: 

      Basketball               40 Minute games SABO member $34/game non-member $20/game

                                               

      Football                  Head Official SAFO member - $42/game      Others - $32/game

                                    Head Official Non-member - $30/game         Others - $25/game

      Volleyball               SVA  members                                       $18/match

      (Best of 2 or 3 games)                       

                                    Not registered with SVA                           $12/match

      Soccer                     Middle SSOA member - $36/game                         Others - $16/game

                                    Middle non-member - $25/game                 Others - $11/game

      Wrestling                One Day - $90                                        Two Day - $180

      Badminton              SBA member - $60/day                            Non-member - $40/day

      Recommended Rates – actual rates will follow the current SHSAA handbook.

      Other Expenses:

      Travel         $0.35/km          

      Meals          $10.00/meal      

      Accommodations       Hotel - $90/night max supported by receipt

            Other - $25/night max

 

5)   SHSAA AGM COSTS

1)   Any member who is being sent as a delegate will receive mileage costs at current ECDAA rates.

2)   East Central District will pay 100% accommodations and 50% delegate fee for those attending the SHSAA Annual General meeting.

They will also buy chicken wings.

SPORT REGULATIONS & RULES

 

DUTIES OF DISTRICT COMMISSONERS

 

  1. Each East Central District championship shall have a District Commissioner.
  2. Each District Commissioner shall follow the appropriate Commissioner’s package.
  3. Each Commissioner shall be responsible for securing the services of registered officials who are required for the competition. The Commissioner should contact the Officials Commissioner to co-ordinate the delegation of officials. In the case that a Sport Referee-in -Chief is available, the scheduling of the officials should be coordinated by the two parties. A list of registered officials is available through the SHSAA web link.
  4. Inform the Media of the District Finals dates. Inform the media with the result of the District Championship.
  5. Forward the details of advancing teams or individuals to Post-District Commissioners. Present the winners with information regarding Provincial Championships.
  6. Forward results of the district playoffs to the Website Liaison and SHSAA to be posted on the respective Websites.
  7. Arrange for the distribution and collection of Official expense claim forms. Officials expense claim forms are to be forwarded to the ECDAA Treasurer.
  8. Before the District Playoffs, the Commissioners shall ensure that all awards are available. Expenses related to the purchase of eligible awards shall be forwarded to the ECDAA Treasurer for payment.
  9. Complete and forward the Commissioners Report to the ECDAA President and Council at the next meeting.
  10. In Cross Country, Golf, Track and Field nominate a District Coach and forward the appropriate District Team entry.

EAST CENTRAL DISTRICT AWARDS

East Central District shall award medals to the top three finishers in any District Competition that completed an elimination process.  Should there be no elimination, there shall be no medals awarded.. Additional medals may be purchased at $5.00 per medal.  Arrangements for the purchase of the medals shall be done between the team and the ECDAA Vice President.

The following are a description of the awards, which are available for the ECDAA Championships.

ECDAA sponsors a championship in the following Sports:

Badminton

Jr. Basketball

Cross Country

Curling

Golf

Track and Field

Jr. Volleyball

 

SENIOR BADMINTON AWARDS

Boys Singles 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place East Central medal

Girls Singles 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place East Central medal

Boys Doubles 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place East Central Medal

Girls Doubles 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place East Central Medal

Mixed 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place East Central Medal

 

Team Plaque

Cost of the award not to exceed $25.00.

 

JUNIOR BADMINTON AWARDS

Boys Singles 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place EAST CENTRAL MEDAL

Girls Singles 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place EAST CENTRAL MEDAL

Boys Doubles 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place EAST CENTRAL MEDAL

Girls Doubles 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place EAST CENTRAL MEDAL

Mixed 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place EAST CENTRAL MEDAL

Team Plaque

Team plaque award is not to exceed $25.00

 

JUNIOR BASKETBALL AWARDS

East Central shall award medals to East Central District Champions.

Additional medals may be purchased at a cost of $5.00 per medal. Arrangements to purchase the medals may be made with the Vice President.

 

Boys 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place 14 East Central Medals

Girls 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place 14 East Central Medals

CURLING

 

SENIOR CURLING AWARDS

 

Boys 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place   6 East Central Medals

Girls 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place   6 East Central Medals

Mixed 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place             7 East Central Medals

 

Additional medals are available at a cost of $5.00 per medal. Arrangements to purchase the additional medal/medals are to be made through the ECDAA Vice President.

 

JUNIOR CURLING AWARDS

 

Boys 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place   6 East Central Medals

Girls 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place   6 East Central Medals

Mixed 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place 6 East Central Medals

 

Additional medals are available at a cost of $5.00 per medal. Arrangements to purchase the additional medal/medals are to be made through the ECDAA Vice President.

 

CROSS COUNTRY

 

East Central will provide the following awards in the sport of Cross Country

 

Boys 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place  EAST CENTRAL MEDAL

Girls 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place   EAST CENTRAL MEDAL

 

There are a total of 7 Medals to be awarded to the Individual Boys Champion and 7 Medals to be awarded to the Individual Girls Champion.

 

In addition to the Medals, which are to be presented, ribbons will be awarded for 2nd-8th place.

 

GOLF

SENIOR GOLF

 

GIRLS 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place            EAST CENTRAL MEDAL

BOYS 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place                         EAST CENTRAL MEDAL

 

TEAM 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place            EAST CENTRAL MEDAL          6 Medals of each

Total of East Central Medals: 8

In addition a team plaque shall be awarded with a value not to exceed $25.00.

JUNIOR GOLF

Awards to be granted on a Grade basis. Medals to be awarded for 7th grade, 8th grade and 9th grade winners.

East Central Medals allocated: 6 of each Gold, Silver and Bronze

Medal allocations per grade

Girls 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place  EAST CENTRAL MEDAL

Boys 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place  EAST CENTRAL MEDAL

 

TRACK AND FIELD

East Central District Champions shall be awarded one East Central Gold medal

Second and Third place finishers receive silver and bronze medals.   Ribbons shall be awarded for 3-6th place

 

Ribbons shall be awarded to the 1-2-3 place finishers of each relay event.

 

A Plaque shall be awarded to each aggregate champion.

 

PEE WEE BOY 1

PEE WEE GIRL 1

 

BANTAM BOY 1

BANTAM GIRL 1

 

MIDGET BOY 1

MIDGET GIRL 1

 

JUNIOR BOY 1

JUNIOR GIRL 1

 

SENIOR BOY 1

SENIOR GIRL 1

 

CATEGORY EAST CENTRAL MEDAL RIBBONS

 

PEE WEE BOYS 11       11x 3rd-6th place

PEE WEE GIRLS 11       11x3rd-6th place

 

BANTAM BOYS 11       11x3rd-6th place

BANTAM GIRLS 11      11x3rd-6th place

 

MIDGET BOYS 14         14x 3rd-6th place

MIDGET GIRLS 14        14x3rd-6th place

 

JUNIOR BOYS 14          14x3rd-6th place

JUNIOR GIRLS 14         14x3rd-6th place

 

SENIOR BOYS 14          14x3rd-6th place

SENIOR GIRLS 14         14x3rd-6th place

 

 

JUNIOR VOLLEYBALL

 

East Central shall award medals to East Central District Champions, 2nd place and 3rd place finishers.

Additional medals may be purchased at a cost of $5.00 per medal. Arrangements to purchase the medals may be made with the Vice President.

 

Boys 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place 14 East Central Medals

Girls 1st place, 2nd place , 3rd place 14 East Central Medals

 

 

 

 

EAST CENTRAL DISTRICT AWARDS ALLOCATIONS

 

 

Senior Badminton                       8 Gold   8 Silver 8 Bronze            1 Agg. Plaque

Junior Badminton                        8 Gold   8 Silver 8 Bronze            1 Agg. Plaque

 

 

Junior Boys Basketball                 14 Gold 14 Silver  14 Bronze                               

Junior Girls Basketball                 14 Gold  14 Silver  14 Bronze

 

Cross Country

1st place                                    20 Gold 20 Silver 20 Bronze

2nd place                                   20 Gold 20 Silver 20 Bronze

3rd place                                    20 Gold 20 Silver 20 Bronze

4th place                                    20 Ribbons

5th place                                    20 Ribbons

6th place                                    20 Ribbons

7th place                                    20 Ribbons

8th place                                    20 Ribbons

 

Senior Boys Curling                    6 Gold  6 Silver  6 Bronze

Senior Girls Curling                    6 Gold  6 Silver  6 Bronze

Senior Mixed Curling                  7 Gold  6 Silver  6 Bronze

 

Junior Boys Curling                    6 Gold  6 Silver  6 Bronze

Junior Girls Curling                     6 Gold  6 Silver  6 Bronze           

Junior Mixed Curling                   7 Gold  6 Silver  6 Bronze

 

 

Senior Golf                                 8 Gold 8 Silver 8 Bronze              1 Agg. Plaque

Junior Golf                                       6 Gold 8 Silver 8 Bronze

 

 

 

Track and Field

 

Pee Wee Boys                            11 Gold  11 Silver  11 Bronze  11x4th-6th     1  Agg. Plaque

Pee Wee Girls                             11 Gold  11 Silver  11 Bronze  11x4th-6th     1  Agg. Plaque

 

Bantam Boys                              11 Gold  11 Silver  11 Bronze  11x4th-6th     1  Agg. Plaque

Bantam Girls                              11 Gold  11 Silver  11 Bronze  11x4th-6th     1  Agg. Plaque

 

Midget Boys                              14 Gold  14 Silver  14 Bronze  14x4th-6th     1  Agg. Plaque

Midget Girls                               14 Gold  14 Silver  14 Bronze  14x4th-6th     1  Agg. Plaque

 

Junior Boys                                14 Gold  14 Silver  14 Bronze  14x4th-6th     1  Agg. Plaque

Junior Girls                                 14 Gold  14 Silver  14 Bronze  14x4th-6th     1  Agg. Plaque

 

Senior Boys                               14 Gold  14 Silver  14 Bronze  14x4th-6th     1  Agg. Plaque

Senior Girls                                14 Gold  14 Silver  14 Bronze  14x4th-6th     1  Agg. Plaque

 

Relay Awards                 Ribbons

Pee Wee Boys                1st2nd3rd

Pee Wee Girls                 1st2nd3rd

Bantam Boys                  1st2nd3rd

Bantam Girls                  1st2nd 3rd

Midget Boys                  1st2nd 3rd

Midget Girls                   1st2nd 3rd

Junior Boys                    1st2nd 3rd

Junior Girls                    1st2nd 3rd

Senior Boys                   1st2nd 3rd

Senior Girls                    1st2nd 3rd

 

Junior Girls V-ball                       14 Gold  14 Silver  14 Bronze

Junior Boys V-Ball                      14 Gold  14 Silver  14 Bronze