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FinalForms Provides 5 First Year Athletic Directors with Scholarship

By FinalForms Media on May 16, 2019 8:43:21 AM

The FinalForms Scholarship, awarded by WSSAAA, provides financial assistance to first-year athletic administrators for the WSSAAA Annual Conference. FinalForms puts forth funds to allow WSSAAA to select 5 athletic administrators attend the conference or participate in NIAAA leadership training courses.

“We consider it an honor to provide the scholarship. FinalForms’ core values revolve around improving education-based athletics,” states Steve Frucci, “By helping these ADs gain education and exposure to best practices, we’re helping to raise the bar.”

“As a first-year Athletic Director, I have been seeking different opportunities to gain Professional Development experiences. The WSSAAA Conference is just one great way for me to learn and make important contacts and connections,” says last year’s recipient Kristin DiJosie of Lakewood High School, “As a result of earning this scholarship, I was able to enroll in a leadership course that counts for credit toward my Certified Athletic Administrator credentials.”

2019 Recipients:

  • Robert Hill, Yelm High School
  • Stephen Pyeatt, Connell High School
  • Brent Brakke, Lincoln High School
  • Ryan Helms, Riverview High School
  • Megan Smedley, Colville High School

2018 Recipients

  • John Hill, Bellevue City Schools
  • Kristin DiJosie, Lakewood High School
  • Michelle Graffis, Lewis & Clarke HS (Spokane Schools)
  • James Neil,  Tacoma School District
  • Peter Frentzen, Highlands Middle School (Not a member this year)

"FinalForms is a true partner," states WSSAAA Executive Director Dave Tikker, "FinalForms and WSSAAA missions align when opportunities are provided for Athletic Directors to deepen their knowledge and improve education-based athletics."

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What is WSSAAA?
WSSAAA serves roughly 550 Athletic Directors with unique member benefits, continuing education, and networking opportunities. 

What is FinalForms?
FinalForms is an online forms and data management company founded by a coach and his All-American athlete. The FinalForms team, product, and service help schools collect, verify, and distribute data to boost district compliance and student safety while reducing risk, controversy, and liability. FinalForms boasts a flawless client retention record since inception, in 2012. 

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Clay Burnett honored by Ohio Senate for Remarkable Distinction

By FinalForms Media on May 9, 2019 4:51:00 AM

The Quisenberry Service Award, awarded by the Ohio Senate, recognizes special contributions, leadership and service to interscholastic athletics in Ohio as well as the local and state level. It is presented to an individual from outside the profession of athletic administration who has made powerful improvements and offered quality service to interscholastic athletes.

“It’s truly fulfilling to receive the honor. The recognition of FinalForms’ impact on education-based athletics is an unprecedented distinction for our team, product and service,” claims Burnett, “Our commitment to school district compliance and student safety, as well as the integrity of our staff supports our offering, which drives industry standards in education technology.”

Burnett has led the explosive growth of FinalForms while setting new industry standards, annually doubling revenues, and maintaining a flawless client retention record. Today he's fulfilling his vision of building a team, designing a product, and providing a service that dramatically improves both education and athletics.

“You have striven to better the world around you, and your intuitiveness and integrity has earned you the esteem of all who know you. We are certain that you will continue to put forth the same unwavering commitment to excellence for which you have become known, and your accomplishments will encourage your fellow citizens to join together and enact improvement not only for our state’s prosperity but also for the advancement of tomorrow’s leaders,” wrote Senator Larry Obhof, President of the Ohio Senate.

Burnett accepted the award at the Northeast Ohio Interscholastic Athletic Administration Association awards banquet in April.

Photo: Left: Clay Burnett; Right: Kevin Leigh, Athletic Director, Padua Franciscan High School.

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Athletic Directors - Save $12,000.00 THIS YEAR!

By FinalForms Media on Dec 13, 2018 1:42:30 PM


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