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ANNOUNCEMENTS & EVENTS

 
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Board of Directors Agenda

The Board of Directors will be meeting at the KSHSAA office on Friday, May 1. The agenda and topics being discussed at this meeting may be found by clicking the link below.


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Craig Manteuffel to join KSHSAA staff

The Kansas State High School Activities Association announces Craig L. Manteuffel of Hays, Kansas will join its staff on July 1, 2015 as an Assistant Executive Director. Manteuffel was selected in a national search from a field of twenty-one candidates. He will succeed Reggie L. Romine, who is retiring from the KSHSAA staff after ten years of service.


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Jackie Stiles Inducted into the NFHS Hall of Fame

The high school basketball legend from Claflin, Kansas, who is the leading scorer in NCAA women’s basketball history is among 12 individuals selected for the 2015 class of the National High School Hall of Fame.


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Three Kansans Honored with NFHS Citations

Three leaders in high school activity programs in Kansas have been selected to receive National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Citations this year. Cheryl Gleason, Jean Ney, and Darrel Harbaugh join nine other individuals from throughout the nation who will receive their awards this July.


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Official Registration

The KSHSAA is looking for men and women who want to return something to their school and community by becoming a licensed athletic official. Candidates should be in good physical condition and be able to make decisions on their feet and stick to them.

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

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Kansas State High School Activities Association
PO Box 495, Topeka KS 66601
Ph: 785.273.5329  Fax: 785.271.0236
kshsaa@kshsaa.org

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