December 5, 2023
OSAA Endowment Games
The OSAA and its member schools believe in the fundamental values associated with participation in high school activities and want to work together to ensure the future of high school activities in the state of Oregon. The establishment of the OSAA Foundation will help us realize our goal. Endowment Games are a way for member schools and local communities to be active participants in growing the OSAA Foundation.
Endowment Games Board Policy
B. Endowment Games shall not count toward a schoolís or an individual studentís season participation limitations for each activity. Daily and weekly individual participation limitations still apply. Schools should ensure that participants meet all OSAA eligibility requirements prior to competing in an Endowment Game.
C. Endowment Games tickets will be $8 for adults and $5 for students. No passes shall be accepted except for the OSAA Media Pass.
D. Upon completion of an Endowment Game/Contest/Event, the host school is responsible for submitting the necessary financial report form and 100% of the gate receipts to the OSAA Foundation for all activities except golf and tennis. The OSAA Foundation will return 30% of the gross gate receipts to the host school within five business days after receiving the check for gross gate receipts (except for golf and tennis). Operating expenses for Endowment Games are to be drawn from the 30% of the gross gates receipts returned to the host school. Financial agreements, if any, between the two participating schools are at the discretion of the schools.
E. For golf and tennis: due to the nature of the activity and the history of gates not being charged, schools shall remit $250 to the OSAA Foundation to participate in an endowment contest.
F. Endowment Games are allowed at the varsity level only in the following activities:
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