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OFSAA Bulletin Magazine Fall 2015

Oct 16, 2015 | Uncategorized

OFSAA’s Bulletin Magazine hits schools across Ontario three times per year. The Fall 2015 issue is headed to a school near you!

Can’t wait for the print edition to reach your school? Download your own copy of the Bulletin by clicking HERE

In this issue;

  • Full 2015-16 schedule of OFSAA Championships
  • Results and photos from OFSAA’s Spring 2015 Championships (congrats!)
  • An introduction to Donna Howard, OFSAA’s new Executive Director
  • Information on OFSAA’s 2016 Women’s Sport School Conference
  • Important updates to sport playing regulations, and participant limits for team sports
  • Badminton and Football contests with OFSAA’s partners
  • Resources for coaches
  • Awards and scholarship info
  • News, articles, and more!

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