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February 2016 Sideline Report

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Musco Sports Lighting
National Flag Football
National Sports M.A.P., LLC
Neff Company
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University of Denver
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 CHSAA Upcoming Events:
Dec. 1 - Winter Participation Fees Due to CHSAA

CADA Calendar
Dec. 1 - First Contest Winter Sports
Dec. 5 - CHSAA Legislative Council proposals are due
Dec. 12-15 - NIAAA National Conference
Jan. 27 - CHSAA Hall of Fame Dinner
Jan. 29 - Legislative Council Meeting
April 30 - May 3 - CADA Conference Breckenridge, CO

 News and Notes from your CADA
Create a Culture of Greatness
Posted by Jon Gordon

To build a winning team and a successful organization you must create a culture of greatness.

It's the most important thing a leader can do because culture drives behavior, behavior drives habits and habits create the future. As the leaders at Apple say, "Culture beats strategy all day long."

 Featured Articles
Kailyn Forsberg returns to slopes for first time since April crash
Young skier gets back on snow, this time in an unfamiliar way
By Jason Blevins - Denver Post

On a windy and cold morning in the mountains, family and friends gathered for a ski day that could have gone two ways for Kailyn Forsberg's return to the snow.

If the falls proved too plentiful and painful to body and ego, she might have shed her lifelong identity as a skier. Or, if the turns rekindled a dormant but unextinguished flame, the soon-too-be 16-year-old would reconnect with the sport she loves even though it robbed her of so much.

Congratulations to all the schools who won state championships for the fall season!

Use the databases below to search through Colorado high school sports' championship history.

Go to:
All-time champions

Championships by school

Championships by sport

Exciting News...

Kyle Winkler graduated in 2015 from Chatfield High School.He is currently attending Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Miami University is considered one of the original "Public Ivy" schools, and is listed in the top 30 public schools from U.S. News and World Report. Kyle is pursuing a business degree and is playing baseball for the Redhawks.

Kyle is extremely grateful for the support and encouragement from his high school coaches, teachers and CADA. Without this help much of what he has accomplished would not have been possible. Miami University is a great fit for him and he is excited about his future.

NIAAA Certification Process
The Certification Process

Complete a program application found on the “NIAAA Forms” page under the “Resources” home page tab of the website or by clicking here. Complete the one page form and return by mail or email (cvanparis@niaaa.org) at the NIAAA office.

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Buena Vista High School Plants the Seed for Future Game Officials
By: Troy Baker, Buena Vista High School

Buena Vista High School involved high school football players this past fall in officiating their middle school football games.  The goal and reasoning behind this was to expose the athletes to the demands placed on officials and to instill respect for game officials, and to further help our kids honor the game.  We did pay the student officials, not as a motivator to help, but rather to understand that this is something they could do in the future to earn extra money, contribute to the success of kids and support their community.

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