New Hampshire Athletic Directors Association (NHADA) - 2022 Annual NHADA Spring Conference - New Hampshire Athletic Directors Association (NHADA) - 2022 Annual NHADA Spring Conference
New Hampshire Athletic Directors Association



2022 Annual NHADA Spring Conference



Conference registration opens on Wednesday March 9, 2022.

    NHADA Spring Conference              

Sheraton Portsmouth Harborside - Portsmouth, NH

May 25 – 27, 2022

Registration is online for ADs and Vendors thanks to our partner Final Forms.

  Click here to register for LTC, Hotel, Conference 

Click here for NHADA Conference Agenda

High School and Middle School ADs may also access the schedule and vendor information through the NHADA app.

LTC courses offered are listed below.  Registration closes for LTC classes on April 20, 2022.

Member cost:  $125 for one course                           
                        $225 for two courses

Non-member cost: $155 for one course                                                    
                               $275 for two courses

All courses include lunch and refreshments

Wednesday May 25, 2022    8:00AM-12:00PM

LTC 716 Athletic Administration: Partnering With Parents Building a Positive Culture in Education-Based Athletics

This course will aid athletic administrators by teaching them how to develop and train coaches to foster positive interactions, develop and sustain quality relationships, and collaborate with parents. A common goal for parents and coaches should be for student athletes to have a transformational experience while participating in education-based athletic programs. Therefore, a focus will be placed on maintaining proper perspective, proactive action plans, and best practices. Emphasis will also be placed on communication practices and how to avoid disconnect between coaches and parents that contribute to strained relationships. The ultimate goal is for parents to feel they are a valuable member of the team culture and community.

Wednesday May 25, 2022    1:00PM-5:00PM

LTC 630 Athletic Administration: Interscholastic Contest Management – Planning, Preparation and Methods

This course examines the historic foundations and precedents for contest management as an extension of educationally sound sports programs. Planning methods for contest management are examined including selection of supervisory personnel, suggested need assessment tools, and checklists for the development of supervision plans and policies. In addition, an overview of methods is suggested for creation of an educationally sound competition environment among players, coaches, students, and other spectators. The course emphasizes the need for flexible plans and responses to various contest situations and contingencies.

Wednesday May 25, 2022    1:00PM-5:00PM

LTC 700 Athletic Administration: Administration of Middle School Athletic Programs

This course provides insights and strategies for the leadership of developmentally sound educationally compatible middle school athletic programs. Middle school philosophy is discussed along with the relationship it has to the psychological and physical development of the middle school child. This course also focuses on concerns and/or challenges raised about the value of middle school sports programs in today’s educational setting. Required for RMSAA.