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HOST SITE DIRECTOR DUTIES

  • Each game shall be administered by a Host Site Director appointed by the NSAA Executive Director, and his/her duties shall include:

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      Sending out advance information bulletins to participating schools and coaches. Suggested items to be included, if applicable, are:

      • List of available housing in area.

      • List of restaurants, to include those which will provide team meals.

      • Location of playing site (address, etc.).

      • Location of dressing rooms.

      • Any parking instructions.

      • Team roster form, team information form, and other necessary forms.

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        Making arrangements for concessions.

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        Arranging for preparation and sale of programs, if applicable.

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        Arranging for ticket sellers and ticket takers.

        • Seeing that ticket price signs are made and posted outside ticket windows.

  • Arranging for ushers, especially if reserved sections are used.

  • Arranging for a public address announcer and making sure that he/she is properly informed.

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        The public address announcer is not to do live play-by-play announcing during the game.

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        There is to be no announcing while a play is in progress.

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        The announcer should be done announcing when the teams break the huddle and come to the line of scrimmage, and should not announce again until the play is concluded.

  • Arranging for a timer, scoreboard operator, two chain officials, and down box official, with distinctive colored vests.

  • Arranging to have medical assistance present for the game.

  • Arranging for traffic control, if needed.

  • Knowing where a telephone is located, in case of emergency.

  • Arranging for parking attendants, if needed.

  • Reserving parking spaces for team buses and officials.

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        Notifying game officials and teams of parking locations and dressing facilities.

  • Making arrangements with performing bands and other half-time performing groups.

  • Arranging for a band to play the "Star-Spangled Banner."

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        Providing a flag. 52

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