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July 2, 2008

Senate Bill 526: Makes Private School Students Eligible for Interscholastic Activities

Author:
Senator Stephen R. Wise

Summary:
Provides that a private school student may participate in interscholastic extracurricular activities at a public school to which the student would normally be assigned. Provides that a private school student may participate in a public school sport if the private school in which the student is enrolled does not offer the interscholastic sport.

Status:

10/16/2007(Senate) Filed
12/13/2007(Senate) Referred to Education Committee
2/27/2008(Senate) In Education Pre-K-12 Appropriation
3/4/2008(Senate) Introduced, referred to Education Pre-K-12, passed 4-0
3/13/2008(Senate) Education Pre-K-12 Appropriations Hearing at 1 p.m., passed
3/27/2008(Senate) Passed the Senate 36-2
4/29/2008(House) Amended
4/30/2008(House) Passed the House 75-41
5/1/2008(Senate) Concurred in amendment, enrolled
6/30/2008 Adopted

HSLDA's Position:
HSLDA is neutral on this bill.

Action Requested:
None requested at this time.

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