Athletic Programs (Self-Evaluation)
State law (Chapter 28A.640 and
WAC 392-190-030) requires each school district
to evaluate its recreational and athletic program at least once each year to
ensure that equal opportunities are available to male and female students in
interscholastic, club, or intramural athletics which are operated, sponsored, or
otherwise provided by the school district. Districts are required to submit a
summary of the results from their annual self-evaluation to OSPI via the Equity
Assurance Report on
iGrants (package 447).
We have developed worksheets to support school districts’ efforts with this process. School districts may choose to develop their own forms and methods in collecting data at the team and building level -- as long as all areas of the components are evaluated and documented.
Team Worksheet (Word)
Coaches self-evaluate their team’s opportunities in all categories.
- Accommodation of Interests and Abilities
- Coaching and Tutoring
- Equipment and Supplies
- Medical Services and Training
- Publicity and Awards
- Travel and Per Diem
Building Worksheet (Word)
Assigned person at the building level compiles the self-evaluation data reported by each team.
District Worksheet (Word)
Assigned person at the district level compiles the self-evaluation data reported
by each building.