PETE BEACH AWARD SELECTION

 

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1.

a) Nominees may be active, retired or deceased teachers-coaches.

b) The selection of a recipient will be rotated amongst the four N.O.S.S.A. Districts according to the order set in the Four Year Calendar.

c) The selection of a recipient will be left to the discretion of the nominating district.

 

2.

a) The district selection committee shall announce the name of the recipient to the April Annual Meeting.

b) The Secretary Treasurer shall inform O.F.S.A.A. of the name of the recipient by May 15.

c) The recipient shall be presented with the award at the annual meeting of the district or at some other suitably arranged time.

 


 

THE PETE BEACH AWARD

The Pete Beach Award is named in honour of Mr. N. A. Pete Beach, a former Executive Director of O.F.S.A.A., who died in 1984. Mr. Beach recognized, early in his career, that school sport possessed a substantial and verifiable trait of the capacity to contribute beyond sport to a young persons's future career and life. For the next fifty years, he devoted his energy to the organizational development of school sport and thus to the service of young people.

In view of the complexity of the developmental process, it is a rare educator indeed who has the capacity to utilize the medium of school sport in such a way as to positively and sufficiently influence students in the remainder of their lives. That educator is one who consistently provides an impression of stability and optimism; one who enjoys the company, and the respect of young people; one who embodies and initiates by example, the highest traditions of the sports person; one who best typifies the true function of the teacher-coach - a source of discipline, a mentor and a friend.

 

CRITERIA

1. During his/her career the nominee has been:
a) Active as a teacher-coach.

b) Active as a convener.

c) Active in the administration of N.O.S.S.A. activities.

d) Influential in the development of their student athletes as a source of discipline, as a mentor and as a friend.

 


 

NOMINEE:

DISTRICT:

1. CONTRIBUTIONS AS A TEACHER-COACH

2. CONTRIBUTIONS IN ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION

3. PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES.

 

 

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