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School officials say new process for student-athletes violations is fairer, more efficient (with video)

9:14 PM, Aug. 16, 2013
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Wausau School District administrators say a new process of disciplining athletes who break the district's activity code is both saving them time and is fairer for students.

Last school year, they unveiled the Activity Council, a judging body consisting of the principals of the Wausau West and Wausau East high schools, the schools' activities directors and members of their coaching staffs. During the school year, the Activity Council has a standing weekly meeting at which it collectively spends hours determining whether students have violated the district's code and how to ...

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