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Coaching out of season is NOT allowed during the school year. Unrestricted and unlimited apply only during the summer. All sport coaches have five days of unrestricted school coaching contact opportunity during the summer, between the end of school and July 31; the days do not need to be consecutive.
Unrestricted school opportunities allow you to use school support and facilities as you would during the season.
The 5 contact days must be the same for all levels within a sport program. Unrestricted school contact days are open to any and all interested students in your school from the last day of school to July They are not allowed during the school year.
Unrestricted school football coaching contact must end on July 22 in order to meet the dead week rule. Football must follow the acclimatization plan if school resources are used.
Use of school support and facilities must be done in the same manner as any other non-school group such as 4-H, boy scouts, or local rotary. Unlimited contact is open to any and all interested students in your community and other communities along with being voluntary.
During the summer and school year out of season, athletes may assemble in any manner they wish without school or coach involvement other than the five contact days.
The booster club is considered non-school. Unlimited Non-School Contact all sports except football Open to any and all interested students in your community and other communities.
School facilities must be contracted for in accordance with your school district policies. There are no restrictions as to the number of athletes from the same school allowed on a given team.
Using Athletes As Clinicians During the school year, you may only use your athletes as clinicians during the sport season.
In the summertime, a school may conduct a clinic for students in grade 8 and below, where high school varsity and junior varsity coaches may use some or all of their athletes as clinicians.
Individual students may be used as clinicians a maximum of 6 days during the summer when school is not in session. Using students as clinicians in such a manner must conclude no later than July 31 except FB must comply with the dead period.
Unfortunately, familiarity with the concept of these endorsements and those hoping to capitalize on the notoriety of high school athletes are all too frequently adopted by local or regional businesses and organizations. School administrators, coaches, parents, student-athletes, businesses and organizations must all be aware of amateur status provisions and its impact on high school students' athletic eligibility.
The member schools of the WIAA have approved the amateur status provisions listed in its Rules of Eligibility, which are made available to schools in the membership Handbook and the Rules at a Glance information provided each year, as well as to anyone who has access to the Internet on the WIAA Web site www.
It also states all students shall become ineligible for all further participation in the school's interscholastic program for violation of any of the amateur status provisions.
With high school career-ending ramifications, amateur status regulations must be understood and carefully monitored. Amateur status penalties may be reduced upon request of a school on the basis of documented extenuating circumstances, when accompanied by evidence of complete restitution made by the athlete if the circumstance is applicable.
The three most common considerations of a student having been identified as a student-athlete are by text or spoken word, by apparel and by props. The advice and best practice the Executive Staff can offer is to use young adults such as recent graduates who have no high school eligibility remaining.
Another best practice recommendation is to simply use actors; students who are not athletes at all.
That provides far greater liberties.The term "Student-Athlete" was created by the NCAA to get out of paying worker's compensation benefits to injured players. Inside NU a Northwestern Wildcats "Student-athletes are not.
The problem of corrupting the integrity of athletics and athletic programs is spreading because of the degree of competitive activities of the major sports. Leaders and rule makers have attempted to establish rules and regulations that clearly define the boundaries of the NCAA, and establish controls that are functional.
(MLW). In a surprise development at its annual convention, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) approved new legislation allowing athletes to work part-time jobs during the school year.
Student-athletes at work: . NCAA policy chief proposes dropping "student-athlete" term.
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