STEVENS POINT, Wis. – The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Control covered an agenda with limited number of action items at its May 20 meeting.
The only action items addressed by the Board were the approval of the April general fund statement and payment as well as the transcript of the 2022 Annual Meeting.
Among the topics shared reported to the Board by the executive staff is an update on the progress of the lacrosse ad hoc committee, which has completed language for season regulations and are continuing to consider co-op program verbiage. Other topics presented included reviews of the Annual Meeting and Scholar-Athlete Awards Reception, continued efforts to recruit and retain licensed officials, preparations for the Spring Tournament Series, implementation of a new phone system in the WIAA office and using rSchool to issue contracts electronically to licensed officials assigned to work WIAA State Tournaments.
The Board received liaison reports from John Ashley of the Wisconsin Association of School Boards, Paul Manriquez of the Department of Public Instruction and Shawn Groshek of the Wisconsin Athletic Directors Association.
The WIAA, as defined by its Constitution, is a voluntary, unincorporated, and nonprofit organization. The membership oversees interscholastic athletic programs for 516 senior high schools and 45 junior high/middle level schools in its membership.
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