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Rules & Regulations
Since the Fall of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts has required that EVERY YEAR all game officials complete a Department of Public Health approved concussion training program and provide independent verification of completion of the training program to schools and school districts upon request. Successful completion of this half-hour on-line course has been approved by the DPH as satisfying the required concussion training component. Take the course, print your certificate, and keep it in your officials bag. Click here for a menu of free and credible concussion education materials and resources. E-mail Jonathan Dias jon. Attend an instructional clinic held annually in January or early February depending on site availability. Become "field certified" by an association trainer this involves working a meet under the supervision of the trainer.
Publisher's Note: The National Federation of State High School Associations is the only source of official high school interpretations. They do.
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Track & Field Rules Information
High school coaches, officials and administrators who have knowledge and experience regarding this particular sport and age group volunteer their time to serve on the rules committee. Member associations of the NFHS independently make decisions regarding compliance with or modification of these playing rules for the student-athletes in their respective states. NFHS rules are used by education-based and non-education-based organizations serving children of varying skill levels who are of high school age and younger. In order to make NFHS rules skill-level and age-level appropriate, the rules may be modified by any orga- nization that chooses to use them. Except as may be specifically noted in this rules book, the NFHS makes no recommendation about the nature or extent of the modifications that may be appropriate for children who are younger or less skilled than high school varsity athletes. Every individual using these rules is responsible for prudent judgment with respect to each contest, athlete and facility, and each athlete is responsible for exercising caution and good sportsmanship. These rules should be interpreted and applied so as to make reasonable accommodations for disabled athletes, coaches and officials.
They do not set aside nor modify any rule. They are made and published by the NFHS in response to situations presented. Karissa L. During distance races, the assistant starter should take a position on the first turn where if a spill occurs, could result in recalling the race. Unless a bell is used, the assistant starter is usually assigned the duty of signaling the beginning of the last lap of individual race of three two laps or more.