The NMAA, a member-led organization, provides leadership in interscholastic athletics & activities, promoting equitable participation and character development.
Imagine standing at the plate, looking towards the mound and staring at a 6-6, left-handed pitcher, knowing that the next pitch you will see is a 90-mile an hour fast ball. That’s exactly what hitters see when Trevor Rogers of the Carlsbad Cavemen is on the rubber. Read more...
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Extracurricular activities provide worthwhile contributions to student growth and development. While these activities may have an indirect relation to the school’s curriculum, extracurricular activities do not include direct instruction of the state-required student competencies established in Educational Standards for New Mexico Schools.
All participants (administrators, coaches, student participants, officials, parents, fans, etc.) are expected to: a) conduct themselves in a manner which reflects the NMAA Sportsmanship Initiative – “Compete with Class” core values (Respect, Integrity and Responsibility) and b) hold themselves and other participants accountable for actions that do not reflect those core values. NMAA bylaw 8.1.2