Senate Bill 177: Allows Alternative Instruction Students to Participate in Interscholastic Programs, Including Sports

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Last Updated: February 6, 2017
Senate Bill 177: Allows Alternative Instruction Students to Participate in Interscholastic Programs, Including Sports
Sponsors:
The Committee on State Affairs, which includes Senators: Bolin, Jim Curd, R. Blake Ewing, Bob (Chair) Heinert, Troy Langer, Kris Maher, Ryan Netherton, Jenna (Vice Chair) Novstrup, Al Sutton, Billie
Summary:

This bill would allow alternative instruction students to enjoy the same eligibility requirements as public school students when participating in interscholastic activity sponsored by the South Dakota High School Activities Association, including sports.

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

02/03/2017 First read in Senate and referred to Senate Education

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