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or agility-type exercises shall not be considered to be involved in an organized conditioning program.

        • 3.2.8.6

          Summertime Regulations for Athletes and Coaches. From the Tuesday following Memorial Day or final day of school (whichever is later) until July 31, there shall be no restrictions on the contact between students and high school coaches, provided no support is received from the school district.

        • 3.2.8.8

          Member schools may permit the use of their facilities in accordance with the school board rental policy.

NSAA ATHLETIC BYLAWS 3.3 GENERAL REGULATIONS GOVERNING COMPETITION

        • 3.3.7

          State Contests. The Board of Directors shall have charge of all state interscholastic contests in activities sponsored by the Association. The Executive Director shall be the director of all such contests. He/she may delegate the details to someone else and have such other help as he/she deems necessary. APPROVED RULINGS AND INTERPRETATIONS FOR 3.3.7 Eligibility for District/State Competition

    • 1.

      In all athletic activities, teams wishing to enter a subdistrict, district, or state contest shall have participated in a minimum of five interschool varsity contests prior to the subdistrict, district, or state contest.

      • a.

        Exceptions to the requirements for a team that has not participated in at least five interschool varsity contests would be considered if the team was unable to participate if weather conditions forced a cancellation of scheduled contests. Other extenuating circumstances would be considered by the Executive Director on a case-by-case basis.

    • 2.

      In order to participate in a district or state tournament, a student is required to have been a member of the school’s team for at least twenty school days prior to the first day of the subdistrict, district, or state tournament.

      • a.

        Exceptions to the requirements for a student who is not a member of the school team for twenty school days would be considered if an individual was unable to participate because of illness, injury, or transfer from another high school. School, team, or game suspensions, regardless of the underlying cause, shall not be considered as exceptions to this participation rule.

    • 3.

      In all athletic activities, students wishing to enter a subdistrict, district, or state contest shall have been available to participate in at least 30% of the school’s varsity interschool contests prior to the subdistrict, district, or state contest.

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