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The South Dakota High School Activities Association Survey

The South Dakota High School Activities Association Survey

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The South Dakota High School Activities Association is seeking input relative to SDHSAA state athletic and fine arts tournament locations and amenities.

A quantitative survey has been developed to allow us to receive feedback on a variety of issues related to SDHSAA State athletic and fine art events. We are encouraging all students, parents, coaches and administrators from across the state to participate. The survey can be accessed via an online entry link or by placing a call to: 1-605-373-3088 to request a hard copy if internet access is unavailable.

The online link is on the SDHSAA website, www.sdhsaa.com or can be accessed by clicking on: http://sdhsaa.questionpro.com. Please see the attached flyer for information pertaining to the survey, and for details on how to win an iPad Mini.

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