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Fun Times at the OFSAA Women’s Sport School

May 7, 2012 | Uncategorized

From Thursday to Friday, May 3 – 4, nearly 100 female high school teachers, coaches, and athletic directors attended the 2012 OFSAA Women’s Sport School conference at Brock University in St. Catharines.

Over the course of the two-day event, participants had the opportunity to attend teaching sessions led by experienced professionals. The sessions included Zumba, floorball, badminton, yoga, bullying and sensitive issues, low-organized games, TRX training, body weight foundations, battling ropes, mental health, basketball, volleyball, and many others. The interactive sessions united phys-ed teachers across the province and allowed participants to ask questions, network, and discover new/unconventional sports and teaching methods to pass on to their students.

During the conference, OFSAA hosted a tradeshow, which gave sponsors the opportunity to display and sell programs, products and services, while interacting with conference participants. There were a wide variety of booths to visit, as well as many prizes to be won.

Following the tradeshow, a social was held for all conference attendees, which had the ladies mingling, dancing and doing the limbo.

OFSAA would like to thank all organizers, presenters, participants, and tradeshow vendors for making the 2012 Women’s Sport School so much fun and such a great success!

Thank you also to our supporters: Investors Group, Coaching Association of Canada, Marchants School Sport, CAAWS, and Westmont Hospitality Group.

Keep checking our website for information on the 2013 co-ed Coaching Symposium.

Click here to view all the photos!

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