At the end of the quarter or semester we follow the 1 week or 15 day scenario. A.: In a word - Yes. The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) is the governing body of athletics and activities for secondary education schools in the state of Washington.As of February 2011, the private, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization consists of nearly 800 member high schools and middle/junior high schools, both public and private.

We have a kid who is coming back for a 5th year. Transportation problems are foreseeable, as are instances of difficulty because of weather or changes in car pools. This is no longer considered appro- priate or accurate. ability?

• Under no circumstances will it be considered acceptable to single out any individual youth/middle level student athlete separate from or disproportionate to the remainder of the team. Or is this going over the line, or at least on thin ice? Do I understand correctly that the five days may include players that will be entering 9th-12th grade, and not just limited to a "varsity" team? In a camp situation, HS players may be clinicians. Though it appears under a section identified as "a school shall not participate in..." - reading the actual text reveals that contests on Sunday are not prohib- ited by the Association – so long as local governing boards/Board of Ed – are aware and approve.

3-28-08 Is this a rule violation? A.: Current 8th graders would be allowed to participate in this course. This individual is also interested in being an unpaid volunteer assistant next fall for the high school team which will have a few of the same girls on it. Q.: I was just curious about a girl wanting to play middle school basketball. Have not heard or read recently about the product - at one time it was my understanding that they sold one product line to NCAA - that was creatine-free, in order to allow col- lege strength coaches to 'endorse/promote'...and to conform to NCAA rules – And that the high school product line they market - did in fact, contain creatine. So that may be a guide.   Must be part of unrestricted days otherwise, camps/clinics are 100 percent responsibility of student and family.

During the cross country season, this rule applies to all cross country athletes. My question is: Can he participate in the football pro-

Is anything being considered regarding this?

Her teacher states that will be impossible, no matter how hard she tries. One of the better ways of doing this sort of thing w/in the rules, is to make it available to students at A, B, C, D high schools. I am the girls head basket- ball coach and I realize I get five days to work with my girls; however, am I allowed to supervise the open gyms during the summer? Q.: Our local recreation department is starting a men's softball league this summer and the director contacted me with a question. (Go to our website (www.wiaawi.org), pull down on the "Regulations Tab" and click on "WIAA Rules Overview" for the Rules at a Glance.)

A.: You are correct. A.: WIAA rules require a valid physical on file before the start of the official school interscholastic season. A.: You can check the National Federation Playing Rules books for the sport specific requirements with respect to medical alert information.

What restrictions are there for players to work out/train with our club team in the winter and can they also practice with us during the high school season and/or participate in a spring week- end tourney? Schools may provide transportation, instruction, etc.

See the complete realignment by clicking here. But that is for more than one "F." Then, by our rule they still need to sit one contest, but do they also A.: The assertions you raise are significant and if accurate would be in violation of WIAA membership provisions, and we feel our member school's administration would desire to be made aware, immediately. (Registration, facility usage, etc) A member school can certainly accept gifts. Subsequently, students may voluntarily assemble at any time without school and/or school coach involvement. Examples would be the Legion baseball team or the Recreation Department or the Aquatic Center, etc. BUT – non-school funds might be found..and league play and/or tournament entry fees are viewed as costs associated with 'competition,' and so long as opportunity is vol- untary and available for any/all kids interested, no problem with amateur status (see III-F, in Rules At A Glance). Essentially, WIAA requirements for competing with a "non-school/club team" are that: Their team is comprised of "age appropriate" participants. (You are allowed five, between the end of school and July 31) and all the rest of the days in the summer – from end of school to start of school in the fall – where baseball and soft- ball coaches (and swim, dive, track, gymnastics and golf and tennis coaches - and more recently, wrestling coaches) have ALWAYS been allowed unlimited contact/in the summer/in non-school sponsored pro- grams.

You can find a volume of this on our website: Under the Regulations icon, click on Eligibility Q/A.

A.: You're going about it the proper way. So can he attend one school and play on a hockey team in another district without actually attending school there? Eligibility is defined as: A school may use on its interscholastic teams only its full-time students enrolled in grades affiliated with WIAA membership.


Red flags just went up when they told me.
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At the end of the quarter or semester we follow the 1 week or 15 day scenario. A.: In a word - Yes. The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) is the governing body of athletics and activities for secondary education schools in the state of Washington.As of February 2011, the private, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization consists of nearly 800 member high schools and middle/junior high schools, both public and private.

We have a kid who is coming back for a 5th year. Transportation problems are foreseeable, as are instances of difficulty because of weather or changes in car pools. This is no longer considered appro- priate or accurate. ability?

• Under no circumstances will it be considered acceptable to single out any individual youth/middle level student athlete separate from or disproportionate to the remainder of the team. Or is this going over the line, or at least on thin ice? Do I understand correctly that the five days may include players that will be entering 9th-12th grade, and not just limited to a "varsity" team? In a camp situation, HS players may be clinicians. Though it appears under a section identified as "a school shall not participate in..." - reading the actual text reveals that contests on Sunday are not prohib- ited by the Association – so long as local governing boards/Board of Ed – are aware and approve.

3-28-08 Is this a rule violation? A.: Current 8th graders would be allowed to participate in this course. This individual is also interested in being an unpaid volunteer assistant next fall for the high school team which will have a few of the same girls on it. Q.: I was just curious about a girl wanting to play middle school basketball. Have not heard or read recently about the product - at one time it was my understanding that they sold one product line to NCAA - that was creatine-free, in order to allow col- lege strength coaches to 'endorse/promote'...and to conform to NCAA rules – And that the high school product line they market - did in fact, contain creatine. So that may be a guide.   Must be part of unrestricted days otherwise, camps/clinics are 100 percent responsibility of student and family.

During the cross country season, this rule applies to all cross country athletes. My question is: Can he participate in the football pro-

Is anything being considered regarding this?

Her teacher states that will be impossible, no matter how hard she tries. One of the better ways of doing this sort of thing w/in the rules, is to make it available to students at A, B, C, D high schools. I am the girls head basket- ball coach and I realize I get five days to work with my girls; however, am I allowed to supervise the open gyms during the summer? Q.: Our local recreation department is starting a men's softball league this summer and the director contacted me with a question. (Go to our website (www.wiaawi.org), pull down on the "Regulations Tab" and click on "WIAA Rules Overview" for the Rules at a Glance.)

A.: You are correct. A.: WIAA rules require a valid physical on file before the start of the official school interscholastic season. A.: You can check the National Federation Playing Rules books for the sport specific requirements with respect to medical alert information.

What restrictions are there for players to work out/train with our club team in the winter and can they also practice with us during the high school season and/or participate in a spring week- end tourney? Schools may provide transportation, instruction, etc.

See the complete realignment by clicking here. But that is for more than one "F." Then, by our rule they still need to sit one contest, but do they also A.: The assertions you raise are significant and if accurate would be in violation of WIAA membership provisions, and we feel our member school's administration would desire to be made aware, immediately. (Registration, facility usage, etc) A member school can certainly accept gifts. Subsequently, students may voluntarily assemble at any time without school and/or school coach involvement. Examples would be the Legion baseball team or the Recreation Department or the Aquatic Center, etc. BUT – non-school funds might be found..and league play and/or tournament entry fees are viewed as costs associated with 'competition,' and so long as opportunity is vol- untary and available for any/all kids interested, no problem with amateur status (see III-F, in Rules At A Glance). Essentially, WIAA requirements for competing with a "non-school/club team" are that: Their team is comprised of "age appropriate" participants. (You are allowed five, between the end of school and July 31) and all the rest of the days in the summer – from end of school to start of school in the fall – where baseball and soft- ball coaches (and swim, dive, track, gymnastics and golf and tennis coaches - and more recently, wrestling coaches) have ALWAYS been allowed unlimited contact/in the summer/in non-school sponsored pro- grams.

You can find a volume of this on our website: Under the Regulations icon, click on Eligibility Q/A.

A.: You're going about it the proper way. So can he attend one school and play on a hockey team in another district without actually attending school there? Eligibility is defined as: A school may use on its interscholastic teams only its full-time students enrolled in grades affiliated with WIAA membership.


Red flags just went up when they told me.
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Related narrative and interpretation of the rule can be found in Article II-I of Rules At A Glance.

HOWEVER – it has only been in the past 2-3 years that member's are now allowed to provide/sponsor sport instruc- tion opportunities to H.S. I found where it talks about summer contact having to be open to other schools but nothing about during the season.

Is it possible to have, five different dates of eligibility based on what one-third of a season is? They have a picture of a football player with a WIAA high school jersey with a number in the commercial. He was given a position through the Park and Rec Dept.

EXPENSES – TRAINING AND COMPETING – 1) The WIAA recognizes a distinction between training and competing. Second, your AD is correct in that if a student who has violated your code is allowed to play – with a status of ineligibility, which you have already determined by your pronouncement – then that contest would be seen as a forfeit.

A.: Assuming the coach has not coached any incoming frosh, he could be employed as 9th grade coach or middle level.

Understand that with a No-F policy, you could return the ath- lete in less then the WIAA's prescribed timelines and periods. Q.: Our football booster group would like to sponsor a bus to transport players to a football camp. I would encourage you to continue this conversation with your school's AD, just so he/she isn't taken by surprise. A student can participate in two non-school competitions and a skills contest.

This boy has been wrestling varsity for the team last year and this year and will be very disappointed to miss participating with his team only because of his age.

12-1-04 Camps and clinics must be paid in full by the student and/or family. A.: Yes.

There would be no money involved, just meeting at the school's on a rotating schedule. I have workers and refs scheduled. Now we have a new computer network grading program that does not allow these phrases to be used. My question is if we invite other schools and they have teams made up of off-season and/or in-season athletes will that conflict with WIAA rules? Can they help out?

Boys and girls partici- pating in both fall and spring school soccer seasons, technically, would exhaust their eligibility in two years. A.: No. It would be best to have some discussion with the administration and determine what you will allow at your school. Along with them, three other players from our team are also playing on the same fall team. 12-06-07 Therefore, an 8th grader is not eligible at a school which has a 9-12 enrollment. We will be getting consents of any minors (see attached form) and they will not receive any type of financial reimbursement or remuneration. They are 8th graders from our district practicing with our varsity.

3) Coaches may supervise open gyms, but they may not instruct, organize drills, etc. If a member's AD has questions, we are ready to respond – they know how to reach us and in accordance with participation in this membership, a school's administration is responsible for the compliance of its school's programs, as well as the programs eligibil- ity for involvement in the WIAA's tournament series. A student may not receive such merchandise items as shirts, jackets, sweaters, sweatshirts, jerseys, warm-ups, equipment, balls, duffel bags, backpacks, watches, rings, billfolds, coupons, gift certificates, e.g., regardless of their value. Article I of the Rules At A Glance addresses coaching contact. A.: July 31 may be used - as the last contact day of summer. that he might wish to make with his clients must be made away from WIAA practices and competitions. Is this a violation of the open gym policy? This includes but is not limited to: receiving free and/or reduced rates on equipment, apparel, camps/clinics/instruction and competitive opportunities that are not identical for all other participants.

There are several ways you can step on a land mine and blow up.

2) We also have a student who will be attending the tech school full-time in the fall through youth options. 2) A student may be reimbursed actual and necessary costs associated with competing.
You can find our "Position Statement" in our Medical Policies and Procedures manual - on our website/ Left Margin - HEALTH, p.25 (we sup- port and have adopted the National Federations position). So the answer to your question is yes - so long as the same opportunity to have club fees paid are available to any/all kids interested in playing club (an athlete may not receive benefit that is not available to all students). A.: No.

At the end of the quarter or semester we follow the 1 week or 15 day scenario. A.: In a word - Yes. The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) is the governing body of athletics and activities for secondary education schools in the state of Washington.As of February 2011, the private, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization consists of nearly 800 member high schools and middle/junior high schools, both public and private.

We have a kid who is coming back for a 5th year. Transportation problems are foreseeable, as are instances of difficulty because of weather or changes in car pools. This is no longer considered appro- priate or accurate. ability?

• Under no circumstances will it be considered acceptable to single out any individual youth/middle level student athlete separate from or disproportionate to the remainder of the team. Or is this going over the line, or at least on thin ice? Do I understand correctly that the five days may include players that will be entering 9th-12th grade, and not just limited to a "varsity" team? In a camp situation, HS players may be clinicians. Though it appears under a section identified as "a school shall not participate in..." - reading the actual text reveals that contests on Sunday are not prohib- ited by the Association – so long as local governing boards/Board of Ed – are aware and approve.

3-28-08 Is this a rule violation? A.: Current 8th graders would be allowed to participate in this course. This individual is also interested in being an unpaid volunteer assistant next fall for the high school team which will have a few of the same girls on it. Q.: I was just curious about a girl wanting to play middle school basketball. Have not heard or read recently about the product - at one time it was my understanding that they sold one product line to NCAA - that was creatine-free, in order to allow col- lege strength coaches to 'endorse/promote'...and to conform to NCAA rules – And that the high school product line they market - did in fact, contain creatine. So that may be a guide.   Must be part of unrestricted days otherwise, camps/clinics are 100 percent responsibility of student and family.

During the cross country season, this rule applies to all cross country athletes. My question is: Can he participate in the football pro-

Is anything being considered regarding this?

Her teacher states that will be impossible, no matter how hard she tries. One of the better ways of doing this sort of thing w/in the rules, is to make it available to students at A, B, C, D high schools. I am the girls head basket- ball coach and I realize I get five days to work with my girls; however, am I allowed to supervise the open gyms during the summer? Q.: Our local recreation department is starting a men's softball league this summer and the director contacted me with a question. (Go to our website (www.wiaawi.org), pull down on the "Regulations Tab" and click on "WIAA Rules Overview" for the Rules at a Glance.)

A.: You are correct. A.: WIAA rules require a valid physical on file before the start of the official school interscholastic season. A.: You can check the National Federation Playing Rules books for the sport specific requirements with respect to medical alert information.

What restrictions are there for players to work out/train with our club team in the winter and can they also practice with us during the high school season and/or participate in a spring week- end tourney? Schools may provide transportation, instruction, etc.

See the complete realignment by clicking here. But that is for more than one "F." Then, by our rule they still need to sit one contest, but do they also A.: The assertions you raise are significant and if accurate would be in violation of WIAA membership provisions, and we feel our member school's administration would desire to be made aware, immediately. (Registration, facility usage, etc) A member school can certainly accept gifts. Subsequently, students may voluntarily assemble at any time without school and/or school coach involvement. Examples would be the Legion baseball team or the Recreation Department or the Aquatic Center, etc. BUT – non-school funds might be found..and league play and/or tournament entry fees are viewed as costs associated with 'competition,' and so long as opportunity is vol- untary and available for any/all kids interested, no problem with amateur status (see III-F, in Rules At A Glance). Essentially, WIAA requirements for competing with a "non-school/club team" are that: Their team is comprised of "age appropriate" participants. (You are allowed five, between the end of school and July 31) and all the rest of the days in the summer – from end of school to start of school in the fall – where baseball and soft- ball coaches (and swim, dive, track, gymnastics and golf and tennis coaches - and more recently, wrestling coaches) have ALWAYS been allowed unlimited contact/in the summer/in non-school sponsored pro- grams.

You can find a volume of this on our website: Under the Regulations icon, click on Eligibility Q/A.

A.: You're going about it the proper way. So can he attend one school and play on a hockey team in another district without actually attending school there? Eligibility is defined as: A school may use on its interscholastic teams only its full-time students enrolled in grades affiliated with WIAA membership.


Red flags just went up when they told me.

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