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Summer Board Meeting Highlights

Schools no longer required to submit sport schedules to the IESA Office.....

Other notes and complete Board meeting minutes

During their June 11, 2004, the IESA Board of Directors approved a recommendation from the By-Laws committee that eliminates the requirement that schools must submit a schedule to the IESA Office prior to their first contest in the sports of girls basketball, boys basketball, girls volleyball, and boys wrestling. Schools are still encouraged to prepare a season schedule for distribution and must adhere to the game limitations, but it is no longer required that the schedule be submitted to the IESA Office. Other highlights from the meeting included:

Accepted the resignation of Dr. Charles Irwin, Division D representative. Dr. Irwin is retiring from Streator Northlawn Jr. High School. Board President Joe Spiezio will appoint a representative from Division D to fill the remaining one year left on Dr. Irwin's term.

Approved Wenona Fieldcrest East as the site for the 2005 7A girls volleyball state tournament and Northern Illinois University as the site for the2005 boys wrestling state finals.

Approved a plan to determine the enrollment number for schools in case the figures are not available from the Illinois State Board of Education.

Accepted a three-year bid from MedalCraft, Green Bay, Wisconsin, for award medals.

Approved a new interpretation of the automatic next game suspension for coaches and players if they are ejected from a contest for unsportsmanlike conduct.

Adjusted the amounts that will be approved for the tournament manager and hospitality expense at the IESA state finals.

Approved a new division for the cheerleading competition. The new division will be called "Novice" and is for squads that want to perform at a contest and be judged but do not want to compete for team awards. Also, a cheerleading rules and safety clinic was approved to be held in September.

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