Developing Relationships Between Academics and Athletics

Thursday, June 25 | 2:30-3:15pm

  • Athletics

The purpose of this workshop is to provide helpful tips on developing sound, productive, working relationships between teachers, administration, and athletic staff/coaches. It is hopefully the consensus that the goal of the learning environment is to provide programming that addresses each student in a holistic manner. Whether athletics is considered co-curricular or extra-curricular, it is important that all parties involved in the process have open dialogue and cooperative approach in order to provide the best possible experience.

Anthony Davis

Coach Davis currently serves as the Athletic Director at Providence Classical School in Spring, Texas. Providence Classical School is a PreK-12 school that uses the classical model to train its students to impact their culture for Christ. Over the past 20 years, Anthony has labored in the field of academics – as a coach, teacher, and administrator in a variety of environments including both public and private, early childhood to secondary school. Anthony and his wife Lisa have been married for 26 years. They have two adult children and 4 grandchildren. Anthony’s primary passion is to guide children in the way they should go and in so doing, bring honor and glory to God the Father.