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Welcome to IESA FanZone!

The Illinois Elementary School Association (IESA) is proud to serve the junior high school community. The IESA sponsors 30 state tournament series in 14 activities. Over 750 member schools and more than 150,000 individuals will compete during the coming school year. The IESA is the eighth largest state athletic and activities association in the nation.

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What's in the FanZone?

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The FanZone is designed to provide information about each of the 2020-2021 Illinois Elementary School Association (IESA) State Finals that will make your trip to the event fun and even memorable. After reviewing the information we have put together for a respective state final event, please email us at general@iesa.org with any remaining questions.

About Good Sportsmanship

Good Sportsmanship is one of the primary purposes of the junior high school interscholastic activities program. All participants in the IESA are responsible for promoting, teaching, enforcing and recognizing the highest standard of sportsmanship. Students, coaches, administrators and fans representing IESA member schools are expected to demonstrate the highest level of sportsmanship and respect for others. Sportsmanship is everyone's responsibility.

The IESA and its member schools ask that those attending IESA State Series Events follow the Expectations of Behavior outlined in the Sportsmanship Manual on the IESA website.

Expectations of Behavior of the Spectators

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