The NMAA, a member-led organization, provides leadership in interscholastic athletics & activities, promoting equitable participation and character development.
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October is National High School Activities Month. It is a time to celebrate the contributions and benefits young people experience by participation in sports and activities. NMAA member high schools are encouraged to promote the values inherent in interscholastic athletics and activities.
Each week during October will have a different focus. October 24-31 is National Community Service/Youth Awareness Week. It is a time to promote giving back to our communities and youth sports involvement.
Koqua Louis, a senior at Navajo Pine High School takes great pride in her community. In fact, she hopes to one day come back to Navajo, N.M., following college and become a prominent figure in the small western border town. Read more...
Student recognition and Compete With Class Recognition: Consider reporting positive acts of sportsmanship by coaches, student-athletes, fans and officials to the NMAA for recognition. In addition make it a point to submit at least one outstanding student-athlete to Tyler Dunkel, NMAA Sports Information Director, per athletic season for feature article recognition.
For all questions related to posting rosters, schedules, results, and team photos on your MaxPreps pages, contact Gerry Valerio (email@example.com) or MaxPreps support at 1-800-329-7324 FREE, ext. 1 (or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org).
Nominations are currently being accepted for positions on the NMAA Board of Directors and the NMAA Commission. Nomination forms, along with requirements and a listing of schools in each area, are available on the Board of Directors page and on the Commission page. Please contact Bill Cleland at email@example.com with any questions about the nomination process or requirements for these positions. Nominations are due by 4 p.m. on Thursday, October 27th.