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South Dakota secondary school state competition the board expenses get a lift

South Dakota secondary school state competition the board expenses get a lift

The South Dakota High School Activities Association achieved one of its objectives by generously collecting the measure of cash it will pay to schools that host state competitions.

The move was made by the SDHSAA Board of Directors at its gathering on Thursday.

‘Before, school locale have raised a few worries about the expense of facilitating a state competition, taking note of that the financing given by SDHSAA can miss the mark concerning the costs that a host school causes. One of the board’s objectives was to examine the issue and raise the expenses paid to schools.

Seeing the greatest leaps in financing were crosscountry and olympic style sports with the expenses paid to have schools hopping by $15,000. Wrestling saw a $13,500 increment.

Dan Swartos

“Those are the most work escalated occasions that we have,” said SDHSAA Executive Director Dan Swartos.

Generally speaking, the affiliation expanded its installments to have schools by $79,000 from $87,000 to $166,000. A new seller contract provided $70,000 of the financing.

The SDHSAA-authorized exercises, the past expense and the new charge incorporate.

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