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April Legislative Council meeting agenda, proposals and information

On April 17, the Legislative Council will meet in Aurora. Below is information about the meeting, including links to the agenda and proposals that will be considered.

Where: Red Lion Denver Southeast (I-225 & Parker Road, Aurora)

Files

Meeting info

Schedule

Thursday, April 17

  • 7:45-8:30 a.m. - Continental Breakfast
  • 8:30 a.m. - Meeting Convenes (Douglas/Jefferson)
  • 10 a.m. - Coffee/Tea/Soft Drink Break
  • 11:45 a.m. - Lunch (Colorado Room)
  • 1 p.m. - Meeting Reconvenes

Action Items

Note: Constitutional Proposals require 2/3 vote for approval; Administrative and Sport Proposals requires majority vote for approval, unless otherwise noted.

Proposals
Constitutional
  None  
Administrative
ADM-1 Ice Hockey two classes (requires 60%) (Western Slope)
ADM-2 Transfer rule (Board of Directors)
ADM-3 Appeals Procedure (Board of Directors)
Sport
S-1 Field Hockey (Metro and Frontier)
S-2 Lacrosse (Metro and Frontier)
S-3 Soccer (Metro and Frontier)
Activity
ACT-1 Speech Awards (Metro and Frontier)
Policy
  None  

Action items — Committee reports

Note: Require majority vote for approval, unless
otherwise noted. Some committee will report at the April meeting. Those are noted.

Committee Reports
Administrative
ADM-1 Budget Report (Jeff Durbin)
ADM-2 CLOC (January)
ADM-2a Wresting four classification numbers (requires 2/3 vote) (Intermountain, Northern, Colorado Springs metro 4A and 5A)
ADM-2b Montezuma-Cortez girls basketball playdown (Southwestern)
ADM-2c Pueblo Centennial girls basketball playdown (South Central)
ADM-2d Coronado ice hockey playdown (Colorado Springs Metro)
ADM-2e Rampart ice hockey playdown (Colorado Springs Metro)
ADM-3 Coaching Education Registration Advisory (CERAC) (January)
ADM-4 Equity (Ed Hartnett)
ADM-5 Officials' fees (Janury)
ADM-6 Sportsmanship (Carl Lindauer)
ADM-7 Tournament and Playoff Finance (Karen Higel)
Activity
ACT-1 Music (Rick Shaw)
ACT-2 Speech (Christine Jones)
ACT-3 Student Leadership (January)
Sport
S-1 Baseball (January)
S-2 Basketball (Paul Cain)
S-2a 4A basketball teams that qualify to state (Jeffco)
  S-2b 2A basketball (Lower Platte)
S-3 Cross Country (January)
S-4 Field Hockey (January)
S-5 Football (January)
S-5a 5A Football qualifying format (CS Metro, Continental, Jeffco)
S-6 Golf (January)
S-7 Gymnastics (January)
S-8 Ice Hockey (Chad Broer)
S-9 Lacrosse (Boys: Brian Perry; Girls: Carol Degenhart)
S-10 Skiing (Amy Raymond)
S-11 Soccer (January)
S-12 Softball (January)
S-13 Spirit (Diane Shuck)
S-14 Swimming (Dave Malmquist)
S-15 Tennis (January)
S-16 Track and Field Updated April 10 (Nick DeSimone)
S-16a Qualifying meets Updated April 11 (Frontier)
S-17 Volleyball (January
S-18 Wrestling (Ernie Derrera)

About CHSAA

CHSAA
The Colorado High School Activities Association is a voluntary association of 343 member schools that includes public, private and charter schools. CHSAA has been the state’s governing body of high school sports and activities since 1921. Its mission is to serve its membership through the advancement of, and the student's participation in, interscholastic activities, which are an integral component and a complement to the educational goals of its member schools. The CHSAA sponsors championship events in 27 boys’ and girls’ sports and events in student council, music and speech. Over 58% of the state’s students participate in at least one activity sponsored by the CHSAA.

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