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Participants:

  1. Smoking, drinking alcohol, drug abuse, cheating, deceit, inappropriate sexual behavior (05/06), flagrant curfew violations and violations of
    the “off-limits” areas as well as aiding and abetting any of the above will not be permitted during any IASAS event. (4/01)
    When a student commits an infraction relating to alcohol, tobacco, drug abuse, cheating, deceit, disrespect, flagrant curfew / “off limits”
    areas violations, as well as aiding and abetting any of the above, the following shall apply:
    i The student may no longer participate in that convention.
    ii The student will be sent home at his/her parents’ expense if it is feasible to do so.
    iii Upon return to school, the following consequences will apply:
  • Appropriate counseling will be required.
  • The student will be required to spend all free periods and breaks (including lunch breaks) in a supervised
    environment. This consequence will last for 20 school days following the determination of the infraction of the
    IASAS rule.
  • The student must leave campus at the end of the regular school day and may not come to school on
    weekends/holidays for a period of 40 instructional days. Any exceptions must have administrative approval, ie.
    additional study, band concert, curricular trips.
  • The student will be excluded from co-curricular activities for a period of 40 school days following the
    determination of the infraction. The student will be excluded from any IASAS season/activity that begins within
    this 40-day period.
  • Consequences related to third sport season infractions may carry over to the following school year in cases of late
    discovery.
  • Revocation of IASAS Awards: Students will be ineligible for any awards pertaining to the activity.
  • Other Individual School’s Consequences: Depending on the severity and specifics of the infraction, individual
    IASAS schools may levy other consequences as per their school policy/handbooks, e.g. out-of-school suspension,
    exclusion from all IASAS events for one year.

iv. For a second offense, the student will automatically be excluded for one calendar year from all IASAS events, including the same
convention the following year.
v. If at any time a student is suspended from further competition or involvement in an event, then the only results affected will be those
happening after the infraction, and all pre-infraction results will stand.
vi Consequences will be carried over if the student transfers to another IASAS school.

  1. Participants must notify coaches of hosts before leaving tournament/convention sites. Exploration of the local environment will not be
    permitted without the knowledge and consent of the host parent/guardian.
  2. Under no circumstances may housing assignments be changed
  3. All visiting students must return to the host families’ house before curfew-as set by the host school. Telephone calls will be made to each
    student every night to ensure that all students have returned safely and on time. Once a student is in and has answered the curfew call he/she
    may not leave the house. Note, however, that should an event finishes so late that students have less than one hour to make curfew, the
    curfew will be extended so that they have at least one hour to make curfew.
  4. All laws of the host country must be observed. Guidelines are to be provided by host schools as required.
  5. No disciplinary action will be taken by the Tournament/Convention Director without direct communication with the respective
    coach/sponsor or trip Administrator.
  6. The host school will arrange transport to and from the airport as well as the tournament/convention site.
  7. Any problems arising during the convention should be reported immediately to the host school for corrective measures.
  8. Student medical release forms will be available at the convention site each day of the event.
  9. All students must carry their Tournament/Convention Identification Cards with them.

Host Families:

  1. All host families will be provided with complete Tournament/Convention details (schedules, curfews, policies, procedures, emergency
    phone numbers for coaches and important tournament personnel, etc.).
  2. Host parents/guardians will not offer housing unless one of the parents/guardians is present for the duration of the tournament/convention.
  3. Hosts are expected to cooperate with Tournament/Convention Director in ensuring student compliance with all IASAS policies relating to
    participation.
  4. Any student who shows reluctance to fully comply with the above rules and regulations shall be reported to the Tournament/Convention
    Director who will report the matter to the student’s coach and Administrator in charge with the expectation that action will be taken.


Basic Requirements for Host Families:

  1. Accommodation Expectations ● At least one parent must be present for the
    duration of the hosting period, with supervision at the home required nightly.
    ● Minimum 2 students per household.
    ● Basic accommodation required (e.g. one room, mattress on Yloor, etc) ● Towels and
    bedding provided.
    ● Provide a healthy breakfast and dinner, daily.
  2. Transportation
    ● Provide safe transportation to/from event.
    ● Student exploration of the local environment will not be permitted without the
    knowledge and explicit consent of the host parent/guardian.
    ● ISB will arrange transport to and from the airport, and will assist with transport
    to/from the tournament/convention site.
  3. IASAS / ISB Rules and Guidelines for Event Participants (link here) ● Smoking,
    drinking alcohol, drug abuse, cheating, deceit, inappropriate sexual behavior Ylagrant
    curfew violations and violations of the “off-limits” areas as well as aiding and
    abetting any of the above will not be permitted during any IASAS event.
    ● All visiting students and hosting must return to the host families’ house before
    curfew-as set by the host school. Telephone calls will be made to each student
    every night to ensure that all students have returned safely and on time. Once a
    student is in and has answered the curfew call he/she may not leave the house.
    ● All laws of the host country must be observed.
    ● Any problems arising during the convention should be reported immediately to
    the host school for corrective measures.

Procedures for Violations of Policy:

  1. By Athlete
    ● Any student who shows reluctance to fully comply with the stated rules and
    regulations shall be reported to the Tournament/Convention Director who will
    report the matter to the student’s coach and Administrator in charge with the
    expectation that action will be taken.
    Consequences for Infractions of violations are stated in the IASAS Rules and Guidelines.
  2. By Host
    ● Any safeguarding issues should be immediately reported to the coach, Athletic
    Director, or ISB’s administrator-in-charge.

● Any purposeful or blatant failure to support or comply with the rules and
expectations should be immediately reported to the coach, Athletic Director, or
ISB’s administrator-in-charge.
● Incidents will be reported to law enforcement authorities if there is evidence
suggesting that crimes may have been committed.
Any misconduct on the part of the host or failure to comply with the school and/or league
rules may incur consequences that include but are not limited to, removal of the guests
from the home, sanctions on travel for host students within the home, or criminal
investigation.