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Deputy Superintendent is President-Elect of Sec. III Athletics



Joseph DeBarbieri, Deputy Superintendent, has been elected  to the position of president-elect of Section III Athletics for the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA).  Section III Athletics is responsible for organizing and administering the interscholastic athletic programs for member schools of Section III of the NYSPHSAA.  Additionally, Section III Athletics is responsible for interpreting the regulations of the New York State Commissioner of Education and the NYSPHSAA, as well as leading, assisting, and involving all constituents in developing and maintaining consistent, equitable competition.  

DeBarbieri’s election is a six-year commitment to the organization. He will serve two years as president-elect, two years as president, and the final two years as past-president.  As president, he will preside at all Athletic Council, Executive Committee, and Athletic Director meetings.  
  
DeBarbieri is the first president-elect of Section III Athletics that has not served in the athletic director capacity within a Section III school district.  DeBarbieri was nominated for his leadership skills, understanding of NYSPHSAA policies, love for interscholastic athletics, and commitment to creating opportunities, as well as supporting all students to reach their full potential.

Section III Athletics serves 105 school districts in 11 counties and over 23,000 student-athletes.  It is the mission of the organization to govern, administer, facilitate, and strengthen programs and improve athletic opportunities for all students in grades 7-12.

Last updated on 5/15/2018
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