The NHSBCA recently held our annual congress in Seattle, WA from July 9th through 11th. Forty-nine attendees representing twenty-one states came together for three days of productive dialogue and discussion for the betterment of the game of basketball for high school coaches and student-athletes.
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Below is a list of all NFHS approved June Scholastic Recruiting events.
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NCAA member schools have adopted rules to create an equitable recruiting environment that promotes student-athlete well-being. The rules define who may be involved in the recruiting process, when recruiting may occur and the conditions under which recruiting may be conducted. Recruiting rules seek, as much as possible, to control intrusions into the lives of student-athletes.
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I. PurposeHigh school basketball coaches are typically employed as at-will employees, capable of being dismissed by their employer without cause. The unsecure nature of the employment arrangement creates the potential for the unfair treatment of high school coaches. The following guidelines are intended to supplement employment requirements imposed by state statutes, local regulations and athletic association rules in order to establish a best practices approach to building and maintaining positive and equitable relationships between high school athletic departments and basketball coaches.
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To: High School Basketball Coaches
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The NHSBCA held its annual Summer Congress in Raleigh, North Carolina during the week of July 9-13. Representatives from 23 different states attended this year’s meetings. The meetings began on Tuesday evening with introductions of all attendees and each state sharing accomplishments and progress made by their state association over the past year, as well as issues and concerns that high school coaches face in their respective states. Representatives also received reports on progress made by the NHSBCA in regards to our involvement with the NFHS, the NABC, the WBCA, and USA Basketball.