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Team Up for Sportsmanship
Team Up for Sportsmanship
Designed to heighten the awareness of sportsmanship at high school events. It emphasizes respect. It also communicates a set of statewide behavior expectations that were distilled at a sportsmanship summit that included over 90 students from around the state.

Working Together to get it Right
This video addresses the importance of sportsmanship from the official's perspective. This message is simple - official's are human and will make mistakes, but never on purpose. They work hard to get it right!!

Here's what people say about


"The TeamUp program developed by the MSHSL is a user friendly program and a great resource for Minnesota high schools. We use many of the materials for parent meetings and health classes. We've also created a TeamUp student group that works to promote positive character and chemical free lifestyles."

Les Zellmann, Activities Administrator, St. James High School










 


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