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SACRAMENTO, CALIF. — Due to the continued surge in COVID-19 infections, the California Department of Public Health has postponed the issuance of its updated youth sports guidance. The California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) does not expect the CDPH will issue any guidance allowing for schools to return to full practice and competition until after January 1, 2021, at the earliest. Thus, all full practice and competition start dates are officially on hold until updated guidance is issued.
Therefore, to provide the 10 CIF Sections, our 1,605 member schools, and more than 800,000 student-athletes the best opportunity to compete in Season 1 Sports, once allowed by the CDPH and local county offices of public health, the CIF State Office is removing all Regional and State Championship events from the Season 1 Sports calendar. By canceling Regional and State Championship events, more student-athletes will have the opportunity to participate in a longer season, rather than a truncated season with Regional and State post-season play for a limited number of schools.
Additionally, boys volleyball will be moved to Season 2 to avoid the loss of a second full season, and an updated Season 2 calendar to include boys volleyball will be posted in January.
The CIF is confident this decision is a necessary and reasonable action for our member schools, student-athletes, and school communities in light of the current statewide crisis. This revision to the CIF State 2020-21 Season 1 Sports calendar offers our Sections and Leagues the flexibility and needed time to plan for the return to practice and competition once updated guidance is provided by the CDPH.
With COVID-19 still a factor the governing bodies of California Sorts have issued a revised schedule hoping to preserve our 2020-21 seasons and address the health and safety of our student-athletes. The chart below provides a visual of how each season will play out. Some answers to commonly asked questions are included in the FAQ section following the chart. For more detailed information see the attached full press release from the CIF and NCS.
Young people learn a great deal from their participation in interscholastic athletics. Lessons in sportsmanship, teamwork, competition and how to win and lose gracefully are an integral part of each team in our athletic program. Athletics play an important part, too, in helping the individual student develop a healthy self-concept as well as a healthy body. Athletic competition adds to our school spirit and helps all students – spectators as well as participants – develop pride in their school and maximize individual potential.
The MDUSD Governing Board recognizes that the district’s athletic program constitutes an integral component of the educational program and helps to build a positive school climate. The athletic program helps also to promote the physical, social, and emotional well-being and character development of participating students. Within the District's financial and personnel constraints, the athletic program shall be designed to meet students' interests and abilities and shall be varied in scope to ensure wide participation.
Participation is a privilege, not entitlement, and student athletes are expected to represent themselves, their team, school, family and community in a manner that demonstrates the highest standard of conduct, academic achievement and commitment to their fellow students.
Fall Sports-see above all sports.
Football, Boys & Girls Cross Country, Girls Golf, Girls Tennis, Girls Volleyball, Boys & Girls Water Polo, Cheer
Winter Sports-see above all sports.
Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Boys Soccer, Girls Soccer, Wrestling, Cheer
Spring Sports-see above all sports.
Boy & Girls Track & Field , Boys Lacrosse, Girls Lacrosse, Softball, Baseball, Boy & Girls Swimming, Boys Golf, Boys Volleyball, Boys Tennis, Stunt Cheer.
To ensure your ability to tryout all student-athletes should have their online registration completed two weeks prior to the start of the season.
See our registration link at WWW.COLLEGEPARKATHLETICS.COM/CPREGISTRATION
Fall Due Date and Parent Night (Hurtado Gym 7pm): TBD
Winter Due Date and Parent Night (Hurtado Gym 7pm): TBD
Spring Due Date and Parent Night (Hurtado Gym 7pm): TBD
The Mission of College Park Athletics is to provide a fun, challenging, and safe environment, where student athletes may work hand in hand with the coaching staff to learn and achieve their goals in their sport, classroom and in life. With input from coaches, teachers, parents, school staff and the community we will build on College Park’s successes of the past as we strive to produce strong young adults who exhibit character, intelligence, and the ability to contribute to our community now and in the future.
Our Vision for College Park Athletics is to create quality programs for our student-athletes, with knowledgeable, caring coaches and exceptional facilities. Our programs will instill pride in our school, respect within our community, and continue our tradition of Courage, Pride, Honor, and Sacrifice.
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