The Survey Says . . .
Results of the 2009 Update Meeting Opinion Poll indicate attendees prefer the status quo over any “tweaks” in basketball seasons, but prefer a later start for spring sports.
- 71.7% of 709 respondents oppose reversing the current basketball schedule to have the boys season start and end one week before the girls season.
- 76.3% of 709 respondents oppose lengthening the one-week offset of girls and boys seasons to two, three or four weeks.
- 69.3% of 709 respondents favor a one-week delay for the start of spring sports practices.
Survey participants consist primarily of athletic directors, then principals, then superintendents and a handful of other constituents. Results provide guidance to the Representative Council but are not “binding” in the way all-school mailed ballots might be viewed.
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