Per Senate Bill 38 all students are now required to complete the NFHS Concussion for Students course. This can be accessed from the NFHS Learn website by Clicking Here.
A sport season is defined as the time when the sport is played from the first day of practice to the end of the state tournament, or when a team/individual does not qualify for or is eliminated from post-season competition (playoffs, district, and/or state tournaments). During District Tournament week, or once seeding and selection for state tournament play has taken place, no regular season games/matches/events can be scheduled/played. At the sub-varsity level, the season concludes at the end of regular season competition. NMAA bylaw 7.2
The eKnowledge Donation Project with New Mexico Activities Association enters its 13th year assisting Students and Families. The Project waives the complete $350 course price for the SAT or ACT Prep Programs. The Program works on all devices and computers: iOS, Android, Google, Apple, and PC. For more Information Click Here.
On May 18, 2016 an amendment to the state’s concussion law took effect. The law now requires non-scholastic entities who use school district facilities to submit to superintendents a certification form acknowledging that their group will follow state statute, their coaches have received concussion training and their athletes and parents have signed and submitted the concussion education form. For more information click here.