The following sections are from the ASAA Handbook that governs all 9th-12th students that participate in ASAA sanctioned activities.NWABSD Student Handbook (Page 30)AR 5131.6 Participants in Activity Programs at NWABSD is considered a privilege earned by observing activities regulations, training rules, and all travel rules. Positive co-curricular environments require students to follow District level and Site specific regulations, as well as criminal laws of the State. Activity Program Rules are enforced from the first day program member(s) meet; all Training Rules are enforced from the first day of a season as determined by ASAA calendars.ARTICLE 12 (Page 38)
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR ENROLLED AND ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
The member schools of the Association have adopted through their elected representatives an essential inter-related group of minimum eligibility requirements which establish the threshold for participation for all students within the interscholastic program and which work together to define and preserve the fundamental nature of the program.
Unless expressly limited, the following rules are intended to be minimum requirements for student eligibility to participate in all sanctioned interscholastic activities and do not preclude a school, a school district, or a regional association from imposing additional rules that are reasonable, prudent and not in conflict with those of the Association.