A Handbook for High School Activity Coordinators
Date of Award
Master of Education (MEd)
Dr. Larry Wald
Congratulations!! You are now the Coordinator of all student activities. Now that the initial shock has subsided, you are probably thinking, "Help! What do I do now?" Whatever the selection process or procedure was for you receiving your position, one thing is probable. In all likelihood, you feel ill-prepared for the position. Don't despair. Very few Activities Coordinators have had formal training to help them feel comfortable about accepting or actively seeking and Activities Coordinator position. However, if you are willing to accept the responsibility and commit yourself to help students, you already meet an essential requirement for being the Activities Coordinator in the Student Activity Program. The purpose of this handbook is to help the new Activities Coordinator identify some key concepts about the position and to point out resources for further assistance.
Helgeson, Douglas, "A Handbook for High School Activity Coordinators" (1990). Master of Education Graduate Projects. 8.