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August 22, 2005
Arizona

Senate Bill 1355: Participation in Interscholastic Activities

Sponsor:
Senators - Bee, Jarrett, Waring, Harper, Hellon and Verschoor.

Summary:
This bill is dead as the Arizona Legislature adjourned sine die on May 13, 2005.

Senate Bill 1355 would have enabled homeschool students to try out for interscholastic activities at a private school. The homeschool student would not have been required to reside in the school district in order to be able to try out for interscholastic activities. Under this bill a homeschool student would simply have been required to meet the basic eligibility requirements in that particular activity. The homeschool parent also would have been required to submit written verification that the student is receiving a passing grade in each course they are being taught and that they are maintaining satisfactory progress towards advancement or promotion.

Status:

02/01/05Introduced
02/01/05Read the second time
01/27/05Assigned to Committees on K-12 Education and Rules

Arizona Legislature adjourned sine die on May 13, 2005.

HSLDA's Position:
Neutral.
Action Requested:
None at this time.

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