The NMAA, a member-led organization, provides leadership in interscholastic athletics & activities, promoting equitable participation and character development.
Membership dues/fees, as well as contracts, have been mailed to all schools. Please be sure to submit these to the NMAA by September 15, 2014. If you have not received either of these, or have any questions regarding membership contracts, please contact Alissa Wesbrook at 505-923-3266 or alissa@nmact,org. For questions regarding membership dues and fees, please contact Shari Kessler-Schwaner at 505-923-3279 or email@example.com.
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For all questions related to posting rosters, schedules, results, and team photos on your MaxPreps pages, contact Gerry Valerio (firstname.lastname@example.org) or MaxPreps support at 1-800-329-7324, ext. 1 (or via email at email@example.com).
"Compete with Class" is a New Mexico sportsmanship program designed to help better understand the true value of interscholastic athletics and activities, which is to educate and prepare our youth for the future. It was developed through a collaboration of athletic directors, coaches and school administrators as well as input from student and adult communities with the purpose of restoring the placement of interscholastic activities in an educational perspective and providing NM with a sportsmanship program that would be embraced and called our own.
The NMAA encourages all member schools to utilize "Compete with Class" materials in an effort to promote and establish a strong culture of sportsmanship based on the core values of respect, integrity, and responsibility.
The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) recently launched the new Learning Center website at www.nfhslearn.com. The website has a brand new look and functionality. Please take a moment to read the information from Dan Schuster regarding signing onto the system and registering for and taking courses on the website, such as the required "Concussion in Sports" course.