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Dear Georgia Athletic Directors,

I am looking forward to next year as our association president.  I have some awfully big shoes to fill as Gary Long did an excellent job of leading our association last year.  We saw membership numbers increase to record numbers; we saw more athletic directors taking LTI classes and receiving certification, and we reached out to our retired AD’s to offer them a chance to stay involved with our organization.  We have a very hard working board that serves our association, and I will be leaning on their experience and leadership in the coming year.  I would also like to hear from any member if they have suggestions to improve our association or our conference.  I want to take this opportunity to thank our executive director, Dr. Lucia Norwood, for the long serve she has provided the GADA, and I am looking forward to working with her also in the coming year.  The GADA is headed in the right direction:  I am asking for your prayers, support, and suggestions in making the upcoming year another record breaking year for the GADA.
Sincerely,


Mike Singletary
GADA President

LATEST NEWS

3/31/14

2014 GADA Hall of Fame Inductees



We're proud to announce the GADA 2014 Hall of Fame inductees

Mr. Johnny Seabrooks, Ms. Lynn M. Malloy, Dr. Ralph Searngin, Mr. Ed Pilcher

Please Click HERE to read more about our distinguished 2014 inductees


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4/8/14

2014 GADA Athletic Director Awards Posted

Click HERE to see the 2014 AD Class and Region Award Winners

State Athletic Award Winner will be announced at the 2014 GADA Annual Conference.

2/1/14

Looking to earn your CMAA?


Click the link below to see Tommy Amaroso's (North Springs HS) CMAA project.  Thanks Tommy for providing a great example. 

Click HERE to download Tommy's CMAA project.


1/19/14

NIAAA Online Courses & Webinar Classes

In an effort to meet the needs of individual who desire to enhance their knowledge of interscholastic athletic administration and cannot attend the national conference or state conference, the NIAAA offers selected courses utilizing the internet through webinars. This offers the opportuinity to take Leadership Training courses from the comforts of the office or home and receive the same quality instruction, ability to ask questions and interact with peers as is provided in the classroom setting. The cost for a webinar class is $125 which includes the course manual and a certificate of completion.

It would be suggested to use a computer that is connected to the greatest bandwidth (DSL, Cable or T-1 line) which could be at your school if you do not have high speed at home. Slower speeds take longer to load pictures/power points. Students should also have a sound card, speakers and a microphone (for purposes of asking questions). A chat room is also available so students can ask questions by keystroking questions to the instructor.

The schedule for 2014: (All courses are taught in two hour sessions conducted on two consecutive weeks beginning at 7:30 pm eastern time)

Spring:
501 March 25 & April 1
502 April 8 & April 15
504 March 24 & March 31
506 March 27 & April 3
508 April 10 & April 17
608 April 9 & April 16
700 March 26 & April 2
703 April 7 & April 14

Click HERE for Webinar registration form


On-Line Classes


501, 502, 504, 506 and 508 are available on-line through the University of Maine.

501 and 502 are available on-line through Ohio University.



11/23/13

ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION 101

By Jeff Beggs (CMAA, Past GADA President) has been compiling this document over the years. Appropriately titled.

Click HERE to read the document (also available for download)

11 Attributes of Effective Athletic Directors

By Jeff Janssen, Janssen Sports Leadership Center

As all coaches know, effective athletic administrators can make your job measurably easier and a little less stressful, while poor athletic administrators can be a nightmare to work for and a big reason you leave.

Here are the top 11 attributes coaches respect in an athletic director, listed in reverse order of how frequently the qualities were mentioned in a recent survey I conducted of my newsletter readers:

Click HERE to see the rest of the story (also available for download)


9/1/2013

Please congratulate Carter Wilson (Decatur, HS, GADA President 2009-2010) for being a part of one of the only books to be nationally published for interscholastic athletic administrators. The NIAAA has been working with the publishers for years to finalize this product. Please examine it on Amazon.com or at NIAAA's website.

It might be possible to have these at the conference to sell. I will check with NIAAA.



Thank you Carter for being a leader and representing Georgia so well. Nice job!

Bob Stinchcolmb
GADA President 2011-12
Darlington School


The Georgia Athletic Directors Association is proud to provide a new nonprofit service to assist families in being properly educated about the athletic collegiate recruiting process. The 501(c)(3) nonprofit Recruiting Education Foundation Inc. is providing the GADA with free recruiting webinars for Georgia high school athletes and their families.

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