Equity in Athletics (SB1349/Ed Code 221.9)

2016-2017 End of year data, as required by SB1349 and Ed Code 221.9):

• Total enrollment of the school, classified by gender:
Total enrollment: 677 (Males: 317 / Females: 360)

• Number of students enrolled at the school who participate in competitive athletics, classified by gender:
Students who participated in sports: 489 (Males: 282 / Females: 207)

• Number of boys’ and girls’ teams, classified by sport and competition level:
HHS has 19 boys’ teams and 16 girls’ teams and the breakdown is as follows:

Boys’ Teams:
Wrestling: JV and V
Basketball: F, F/S and V
Soccer: F/S and V
Football: F, F/S, and V
Cross Country: F/S and V
Tennis: V
Golf: JV and V
Baseball: F/S and V
Track: F/S and V 
  Girls’ Teams:
Basketball: F, F/S, and V
Soccer: V
Softball: F/S, and V
Volleyball: F, F/S, and V
Cross Country: F/S and V
Golf: JV and V
Tennis: V
Track: F/S, and V 

KEY:
F = Frosh
F/S = Frosh/Soph
JV = Junior Varsity
V = Varsity



Senate Bill 1349 (Jackson):  The Sex Equity in Education Act requires that elementary and secondary school classes and courses, including nonacademic and elective classes and courses are conducted without regard to the sex of the student.  It also prohibits using public funds in connection with any school district athletic program or student organization athletic program that does not provide equal opportunity to both sexes for participation and use of facilities.

Added Education Code section 221.9 requires, commencing with the 2015‑2016 school year, each public elementary and secondary school in the state that offers competitive athletics, including charter schools, to publicly make available at the end of the school year specific data that reflects the number of players on a team roster on the official first day of competition.  This data includes: 

• total enrollment of the school, classified by gender;
• the number of students enrolled at the school who participate in competitive athletics, classified by gender; and
• the number of boys and girls teams, classified by sport and competition level. 

The school must make the information publicly available on the school’s website, or if the school does not maintain its own website, the school must provide the information to the district or charter operator for posting on the district or charter operator website.  Materials used to obtain the information must be retained for at least three years after the information is posted on the Internet.  “Competitive athletics” includes sports where the activity has coaches, a governing organization, and practices, and competes during a defined season, and has competition as its primary goal.  (Stats. 2014, ch. 258, effective January 1, 2015.)



 
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