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NEW - Policy on Ejected Coaches

At their November 2013 meeting, the Executive Board unanimously approved several new initiatives which are designed to address the ongoing need to recruit, train and retain athletic officials in all sports offered by the Association. One of these initiatives is a requirement for coaches who are ejected from a contest to complete a course provided by the NFHS.



Pre-Participation Physical Evaluation Form

A complete history and physical examination must be performed annually before a student participates in KSHSAA interscholastic athletics/cheerleading. The annual history and the physical examination shall not be taken earlier than May 1 preceding the school year for which it is applicable.



KSHSAA Recommended Concussion & Head Injury Release Form

Based on Kansas law, effective July 1, 2011, any student participating in athletics or spirit MUST have on file with the school a Concussion and Head Injury Information Release Form signed by both a parent/guardian and the student. This form must be on file before the student participates in their first practice of the school year.



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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