10/03/16 – Bowling Rules Clinic is Now Available Online
The mandatory online KHSAA Rules Clinic for the sport-activity of Bowling is available beginning today, October 3, 2016. Below is additional information:
- October 3 to December 12 (Coaches) – the Bowling Clinic will be online only and may be viewed at no charge during this period.
- December 13 to January 8 (Coaches) – the Bowling Clinic will be online only and may be viewed for the makeup fee ($100) during this period.
- January 9 to January 22 (Coaches) – the Bowling Clinic will be online only and may be viewed for the makeup fee ($200) per the Bylaw 27 schedule during this period. After this time, postseason penalties per Bylaw 27 will apply.
The presentation can be viewed on most PC or Mac desktops and laptops, along with many HTML5 enabled mobile devices and tablets (to view system requirements click on the Resources tab from within the clinic once the clinic has started).
Once you advance to the last slide of the presentation, you will be returned to the KHSAA website and will receive credit for the clinic (there are no “certificates” for completed online rules clinics). If the presentation is not completed, and you are not taken back to the KHSAA website at the end, you will not receive credit.
Each person that views the clinic must be logged into their account in order to get credit. If taken using anyone else’s e-mail address other than your own (including your administrator’s), you will have to re-take the clinic.
For member schools, the clinics are located on the School Log-in Page. To access the clinic, go to http://schools.khsaa.org — under the section entitled Rules Clinics — click on the link that says “View Online Rules Clinics“.
If you have trouble logging into the system, contact the KHSAA offices.
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