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 In General News, Press Releases

UPCOMING EVENTS:
April 1 – Spring Sports information Due Online
April 1 – Spring Pre-Season Meeting Forms Due
April 1 – Football Officials’ Registrations Due
April 4-6 – Skills USA
April 5-6 – Science Fair
April 5-6 – State Choir
April 12-13 – State Concert Band
April 15-19 – Spring Sports Officials Appreciation Week
April 21 – Tennis Team Rosters Due
April 19-22 – NMAA Office Closed

IN THE NEWS:

2019 STATE SPIRIT CHAMPIONSHIPS
The 2019 NMAA State Spirit Competition presented by Varsity Spirit took place this past weekend at the University of New Mexico’s Dreamstyle Arena the Pit.  Click here to view the finals results and congratulations to all the competitors and winners.

STATE CHOIR AND BAND INFORMATION
The contest guidelines for choir and concert band state music events are posted on the NMAA web site.  For information, please follow the links below. For questions about any of the state music events, please contact Dana Pappas at danamarie@nmact.org.

State Choir Contest (April 5-6,  2019 at Cleveland HS):
Guidelines: http://www.nmact.org/file/2019_state_choir_guidelines_registration.pdf
Schedule: http://www.nmact.org/file/2019_State_Choir_Schedule.pdf

State Concert Band Contest (April 12-13, 2019 at Cleveland HS):
Guidelines: http://www.nmact.org/file/2019_band_guidelines_registration.pdf
Middle School Schedule: www.nmact.org/file/2019_MS_ConcertBand.pdf
High School Schedule: www.nmact.org/file/2019_HS_ConcertBand.pdf

NMAA FOUNDATION GOLF CLASSIC
The 13th Annual NMAA Foundation Golf Classic presented by Gardenswartz Team Sales is Monday, June 3, 2019 at the UNM South Championship Golf Course in Albuquerque. Teams are $500 or $125 for an individual. Hole and team sponsors are still available. Entry fee includes green fees and cart, range balls, and lunch, player gifts and prizes for both the a.m. and p.m. flights. For more information, contact Dusty Young at dusty@nmact.org.

COMPETE WITH CLASS NOMINATIONS
In an effort to establish and sustain the Compete with Class initiative, the NMAA will be highlighting acts of sportsmanship through various awards and recognition programs during the 2018-2019 school year.  In order to do this, our office NEEDS YOUR HELP!  Acts of sportsmanship by individuals, coaches, officials, administrators, spectators, or teams as a whole should be reported to the NMAA office as they occur.  Photos of these acts would also be appreciated.  Send your nominations to J.P. Murrieta at jp@nmact.org.

TWITTER ACCOUNTS & FEATURE ARTICLES
Coaches and athletic directors, we are encouraging all of you to help us spread the positive news about high school athletics.  If you have a Twitter account, please email us with your Twitter handle so we can follow you.  If your school or athletic program doesn’t have a twitter account, I highly recommend signing up for one.  It’s free and real easy to use and it’s become a simple way for keeping in touch with others involved in your program and getting your message out.  You can let us know your social media information by sending us an email to jp@nmact.org.

 

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