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Absence from the required rules meeting OR FAILURE TO COMPLETE THE ONLINE RULES MEETING by August 22rd will result in the following sanctions:

First Offense in Three-Year Period The head coach will be suspended from coaching in any competition in that activity until

  • (1)

    The head coach COMPLETES THE NSAA’S ONLINE RULES MEETING OFFERED AT THE LATE FEE of $100; and

  • (2)

    The head coach successfully completes the open book test for officials/judges of that activity (70% or higher); and the school’s administration verifies that the coach has read all the supporting NSAA, National Federation, and safety information.

During this regular season suspension period, the head coach may continue to coach the team at practices.

Second and Subsequent Offenses in Three-Year Period The head coach will be suspended from coaching in all NSAA end-of-season play (subdistricts, districts, playoffs, and state competition).

  • (1)

    The head coach COMPLETES THE NSAA’S ONLINE RULES MEETING OFFERED AT THE LATE FEE of $200; and

  • (2)

    The head coach successfully completes the open book test for officials/judges of that activity (70% or higher); and the school’s administration verifies that the coach has read all the supporting NSAA, National Federation, and safety information.

During this regular season suspension period, the head coach may continue to coach the team at practices.

HEAT ACCLIMATIZATION RECOMMENDATIONS

  • 1.

    Days 1 through 5 of the heat-acclimatization period consist of the first 5 days of formal practice. During this time, athletes may not participate in more than 1 practice per day.

  • 2.

    If a practice is interrupted by inclement weather or heat restrictions, the practice should recommence once conditions are deemed safe. Total practice time should not exceed 3 hours in any 1 day.

  • 3.

    A 1-hour maximum walk-through is permitted during days 15 of the heat- acclimatization period. However, a 3-hour recovery period should be inserted between the practice and walk-through (or vice versa). The only pieces of player equipment to be worn by the individuals during the walk-through are shoes and helmets. The only pieces of general equipment to be used during the walk-through are footballs and kicking tees.

  • 4.

    During days 12 of the heat-acclimatization period, in sports requiring helmets or shoulder pads, a helmet should be the only protective equipment permitted (goalies, as

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