House Bill 1050 and Senate Bill 789: Sports Access for Homeschool Students

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Last Updated: May 1, 2014
House Bill 1050 and Senate Bill 789: Sports Access for Homeschool Students
House Senate
Sponsors:
Representatives McDermott, Takai, and Fale
Sponsors:
Senators Slom and Ihara
Summary:

House Bill 1050 would allow homeschool students to participate in extracurriculur activities at the public school the child would have attended beginning in the 2014-2015 school year. Homeschool students would have to meet all requirements stated by the Department of Education in implementing the HB 1050. Homeschool students would have to pay all fees that other participants would pay to participate in the activity.

Summary:

Senate Bill 789 would allow homeschool students to participate in extracurriculur activities at the public school the child would have attended. Homeschool students would have to meet all participation requirements, including grade point averages and fees. SB 789 would give the Department of Education authority to adopt the procedures for allowing participation.

Status:

01/24/2013     House     Introduced and passed first reading
01/28/2013     House     Referred to House Education Committee and House Judiciary Committee
12/18/2013     House     Carried over to 20143 Regular Session
05/01/2014     House     Bill died when the legislature adjourned

Status:

01/18/2013     Senate     Introduced
01/22/2013     Senate     Passed first reading and referred to the Senate Committee on Education and Senate Ways and Means
01/25/2013     Senate     The committee on EDU has scheduled a public hearing on 01/30/13 1:20PM in conference room 414
01/30/2013     Senate     Deferred until 02/13/13 1:15 pm in the conference room 414
02/13/2013     Senate     Deferred indefinitely.
12/18/2013     Senate     Carried over to the 2014 Regular Session
05/01/2014     Senate     Bill died when the legislature adjourned

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

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House Bill Text

House Bill History

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Senate Bill Text

Senate Bill History