TEXAS MUSIC ADJUDICATORS ASSOCIATION
Jay B. Dunnahoo, Executive Secretary
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|To maintain the important role of evaluation in the performances of UIL participants, members of the Texas Music Adjudicators Association must clearly understand their duties and obligations and must perpetuate the dignity and honor of the association. To ensure that members of the Texas Music Adjudicators Association do establish and maintain their duties, obligations, dignity and honor with respect and equity for all, this TMAA Penalties for Rules & Policies Infractions is established.
Any TMAA member who by any act or omission is in violation of published documents of TMAA may be subject to private or public reprimand. Situations involving repeated or severe infractions may result in loss of TMAA membership. Examples of TMAA published documents include, but are not limited to the TMAA Policies and Ethics for Texas Music Adjudicators.
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