CADA is in full swing for the school year. Each year we send out a listing of our current affiliate members to the Colorado Athletics Directors to keep on file for all their purchasing needs. Below is the listing that will be emailed out and that is featured on the website of the 2017-2018 current affiliate members to date. If your company is not listed below we have not received your dues for this year.
Matt Heckel Published in the National Federation of High Schools
In a November afternoon, Dakota Ridge High School’s (Littleton, Colorado) girls basketball team held one of its weekly off-season, voluntary open gyms to build skills and to work on conditioning. What made this session unusual compared to the many other days of preparation was the gym was not only filled with three levels of girls working out, but it also had 20 new “members” joining the activity. Running in the drills, extending effort and sweating alongside the girls basketball team was the Dakota Ridge boys baseball team.
Congratulations to all the Athletic Directors and their teams that won a State Championship this past Fall Sports Season.
It takes a certain level of excellence throughout a school and program to win a state championship. Without the hard work, dedication, support, and leadership, of these individuals it wouldn't be possible.
Be sure to check out this years Legislative Council proposals and make your voice heard at the Radisson on January 25th. Some of the big proposals include Football, Baseball, Foundation Game, and Sunday Contact.
Sportsmanship A new survey conducted by the National Association of Sports Officials (NASO) provides a glimpse into the minds of referees and some of the challenges they face on a regular basis. No Cut Policies In October, Coach & Athletic Director asked readers whether high school athletic programs should have no-cut policies. Some schools enforce no-cut policies as a way to increase involvement and assure every student the opportunity to reap the benefits of education-based athletics.
An interview with Ryan Adams, CMAA, coordinator of athletics, physical education and driver education, for the School District of Osceola County in Kissimmee, Florida, and Penny Lane, athletic director of Washburn Rural High School in Topeka, Kansas, regarding the process of hiring coaches in education-based athletics.
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