The Greater Metro Conference appreciates the many contributions from the quality men and women who dedicate their time as licensed WIAA officials to high school athletics.
I would like to personally welcome you to the GMC website. Being an active sports official myself, I want to provide an area on our conference website that an official could directly get to the most utilized online resources. Please look in the left-hand column for links to the most common websites that I use in my roles as both a Conference Commissioner as well as an active sports official.
The Greater Metro Conference appreciates the many contributions from the quality men and women who dedicate their time as licensed WIAA officials to high school athletics. Quality coaches and officials are the lifeblood of high school sports. Each contribute their valuable time, effort, and expertise to help student-athletes enjoy their chosen sport and develop in a vital part of a well-rounded education. I sincerely appreciate their efforts for all our schools and student-athletes.
There are many rewards in high school athletics, and one of the greatest is working with quality people such as those in the officiating trenches.
With Great Enthusiasm!
Brian A. Henson
Brian A. Henson
Greater Metro Conference Commissioner
P.O. Box 2251
Brookfield, WI 53008-2251
Voice: (414) 525-1028
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GMC Officials Forms
Sports officiating can provide great personal satisfaction and is a rewarding hobby that can provide extra income. As an official you must make instantaneous decisions, resolve conflicts, and deal with stress and pressure. You are in a position to be a positive role model for young adults. Sports officials must be able to bring control to chaos, understand fairness, promote safety, and encourage good sportsmanship. A sports official must have many of the positive characteristics of a police officer, lawyer, judge, accountant, reporter, athlete and diplomat. If you are ready to start enjoying officiating, contact the WIAA office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (715) 344-8580.