UIL Rules
01/10/2019 1:01:36 PM
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I have been informed by my track coach that if my kids and I run in a track meet or road race during the season that it counts as one of their meets EVEN IF it is not a UIL sanctioned event and is done without the school. I'm almost certain he's completely wrong but I'd just like someone to confirm for me.
I have been informed by my track coach that if my kids and I run in a track meet or road race during the season that it counts as one of their meets EVEN IF it is not a UIL sanctioned event and is done without the school.

I'm almost certain he's completely wrong but I'd just like someone to confirm for me.
01/10/2019 2:21:48 PM
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If you are directing them at the meet or transporting them it does count. (m) INVITATIONAL TRACK AND FIELD MEETS. (1) Number of Meets. No student representing a member school shall participate in more than eight meets during the school year, excluding one district meet, the area meet, the regional meet, a regional qualifiers meet and the state meet. Meets which are limited to three or fewer schools, do not count as a meet for participants, provided there is no loss of school time. Each meet a school enters counts as one meet for each participating individual. Students are considered to be representing their school if they are wearing and/or using school equipment or being directed or transported by a school employee
If you are directing them at the meet or transporting them it does count.

(m) INVITATIONAL TRACK AND FIELD MEETS.
(1) Number of Meets. No student representing a member school shall participate in more than eight meets during the school
year, excluding one district meet, the area meet, the regional meet, a regional qualifiers meet and the state meet. Meets
which are limited to three or fewer schools, do not count as a meet for participants, provided there is no loss of school time.
Each meet a school enters counts as one meet for each participating individual. Students are considered to be representing
their school if they are wearing and/or using school equipment or being directed or transported by a school employee
01/10/2019 2:23:40 PM
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@morgazac thanks, that's what I thought
@morgazac thanks, that's what I thought

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