Senate Bill 789: Sports Access for Homeschool Students

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Last Updated: February 13, 2013
Senate Bill 789: Sports Access for Homeschool Students
Sponsors:
Senators Slom and Ihara
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.

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

01/18/2013     Senate     Introduced01/22/2013     Senate     Referred to Senate Committee on Education and Senate Ways and Means Committee.
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.

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