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.
CADA will be hosting a class (LTI 502) for ADs on November 1st at the CHSAA office.
To register, please send Karen Higel an email. Be sure to bring $70 to class to cover cost.
Sportsmanship is key, even on social media
Sometimes it’s the little things: Helping an opponent up after a hard tackle, standing in line to shake hands at the end of the game, thanking the referees for their work.
But sometimes, sportsmanship extends far beyond the playing field.
“Football is a vehicle to teach young men how to be good young men,” said Matt Dennison, president of the Ohio High School Football Coaches Association. “Sportsmanship is paramount in everything that we do as football coaches.”
LA school threatens punishment for athletes who don't stand for National Anthem
A Louisiana school on Thursday dispatched a memo to student-athletes and parents, threatening punishment for athletes who do not stand for the National Anthem.
Bossier Schools Superintendent Scott Smith released a statement Wednesday, saying that the district expects student-athletes to stand in solidarity and honor the sacrifices of men and women in the military. Parkway High School, one of five high schools in the Bossier district, issued a memo informing athletes that failure to stand in a respectful manner during the National Anthem would result in loss of playing time or participation “as directed by the head coach and principal.” Continued failure to comply would result in removal from the team, the letter continued.
Dare To Chill? Re-Think Sports Parent Behavior On The Sideline Many sports parents do whatever they think it will take to help their kids succeed. However, as this video points out, the best way for that to happen is counterintuitive: kids enjoy sports more, play longer, and even perform better when their parents relax and let youth sports be their kids’ thing.