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September 29 Memo - Participation on a Non-School Team and Membership Fees

Attached below are two memos from ASAA President George Hoyt and the ASAA Executive Committee. The first memo addresses ASAA’s policy limiting participation on a non-school team during an ASAA Season of Play. The second memo addresses payment of ASAA membership fees.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the ASAA office.

Watch ASAA COVID-19 Town Halls

Thank you to all those who participated in one of the two virtual town halls that we ran on COVID-19 and it’s impact on our schools.

For those of you who were unable to join in, please find below recordings of each webinar.

Registration Open for Curling Provincials

Registration is open for ASAA Curling Provincials happening March 1-3 in St. Albert.

Click here to access the host website for tournament information.

Click here to register for the tournament.

Registration Open for Rural Wrestling

Registration is now open for Rural Wrestling.

If your athletes plan on attending you MUST register them before February 21st at noon.

Please note that while club coaches can attend ASAA wrestling events with high school athletes - athletes and coaches must meet all ASAA eligibility requirements and be registered by their school via the SRS. This includes completion of the online Concussions in Sport and ASAA Bylaws and Policies courses. If you have any questions about this please contact your school athletic director.

Cancellation of Spring Provincial Championships Memo

Dear ASAA Member Schools:

On November 20th, the ASAA Executive Committee, with the support of a majority of the ASAA Zones, approved a modified schedule for 2020/21 ASAA provincial championship dates. Built into that schedule were assessment dates by which the Zones empower the ASAA Executive Committee to determine, based on current circumstances, whether or not running a provincial championship in each sport is viable.

Transfer policy interpretation after 12-months of no participation Memo

Dear ASAA Member Schools:

The ASAA office has received several inquiries from members who are seeking additional clarification on how the pandemic will impact student athletic eligibility. The purpose of this memo is to clarify ASAA transfer policy intent. The following excerpt is found in Section IV - Eligibility, 11. Transfer Policy, B., i., page 49 (2021-21 policy handbook):

Accepted reasons for approving eligibility for transfer students:

In Memory of Michael Vaughan

Saturday afternoon Michael Vaughan passed away. Michael’s generosity and enthusiasm for life will be sorely missed. Michael has been a leader and inspiration within the ASAA community. He is survived by his wife and 2 daughters. Michael and Shauna were inducted into the ASAA Hall of Fame in February 2021.

Michael’s funeral is this Thursday at 11:00 am. It will be live streamed as well. People can go to:

www.mountoliveefc.com/vaughan

to watch the service.

Memo for Cancellation of Cheer and Team Handball

Dear ASAA Member Schools:

On November 20th, the ASAA Executive Committee, with the support of a majority of the ASAA Zones, approved a modified schedule for 2020/21 ASAA provincial championship dates. Built into that schedule were assessment dates by which the Zones empower the ASAA Executive Committee to determine, based on current circumstances, whether or not running a provincial championship in each sport is viable.

Click on the link below to read the full memo.

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Alberta Interscholastic Athletic Administrative Association

Enhancing and preserving the educational value of interscholastic athletics.

Canadian Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association

Member School Sponsorship Templates

Increasing the level of service to our key partners, our member schools.

Member School Sponsorship Templates