Athletic Announcements – CLICK HERE

5.21.20 *NEW* – Navigating Social Media – https://www.incourage.com/hubs/athletes/?active_tab=http://leadership#select-a-topic
 
5.21.20 *NEW* – Overspecialization in Sports Does Not Help You Become a Better Athlete – https://www.incourage.com/hubs/athletes/?active_tab=http://leadership#select-a-topic
 
5.21.20 *NEW* –  Attention – Important Information regarding SP spring web-stores (Baseball & Golf).  See the statement below from PTS regarding the continued delay of our team stores as a result of the Coronavirus.

We are still not fully operational at this time. We are doing our very best, however, some of the delay is due to the vendors not being able to ship us the product within the normal time frame. After looking into both of these orders, it looks as though both stores are due to be produced this week. However, we only have 1 person going in to ship twice a week given that production is still playing catch up with the time missed. I am hopeful that these orders will ship by the latest next week. I hope this is helpful. I truly appreciate your patience. Please let me know if there is anything more I can do to help.  Thank you, Nicole Tardiff – 978-688-3300 ext. 157

 
5.7.20 – Announcement to Spring Student Athletes

5.3.20 – CT celebs including St. Paul’s Byron Jones ‘10 offer congratulations to CT Scholar-Athletes. If you missed the Virtual Scholar-Athlete Banquet or just want to see if again! Click here – http://casci.ac/5571

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.28.20 – Sunday’s virtual banquet will feature all 358 Scholar Athlete names displayed, keynote remarks from @AmityHighSchool principal and former Olympian Anna Mahon, congratulations from recognizable CT sports faces, scholar athlete features and more. Casci.ac/5555

4.27.20 – CIAC will hold virtual Scholar-Athlete Banquet on Sunday, May 3

CAS-CIAC Holding Virtual Scholar-Athlete Banquet

4.27.20 – Check out our Lady Falcons Softball Team playing virtually! #ctwillplayagain – Nice job ladies!

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1fpXE80kWPSxuXuur_JrVCod3vXWOziil/view?usp=sharing

 

4.24.20 – Please CLICK HERE for a statement from the CIAC following their Board of Control meeting on Thursday.  Although the CIAC has decided to cancel spring state tournaments based on the limited time the calendar would provide, they have left open the possibility of league play in June (the NVL athletic directors are busy working on scenarios for league play if we are able to return to school).  Keep doing your part by working diligently in the classroom and following all coronavirus guidelines.  Stay safe and healthy.

Mr. Dennehy

 

4.9.20 – CIAC Announcement regarding Spring Sports  http://ciacsports.com/site/?p=14310

 

See what student-athletes from all over CT have to say about flattening the curve!

Make sure to look for our very own Julian Thayer ’20

Thank you for this PSA!

 

CIAC Spring Sports Update Regarding COVID – 19
Release from CIAC – March 18, 2020
CHESHIRE, Conn. – Following an online meeting with nearly 70 school, athletic and governmental leaders CIAC reached a consensus that canceling the entirety of the spring sports season is premature at this time. There is a strong desire to provide student athletes some spring athletic experience if possible. Any plan for spring sports will need to adhere to the guidelines from the Governor’s office, Department of Education and health experts regarding the potential reopening of schools to establish a specific time frame.
“These are unprecedented challenges for our schools, and it is of the utmost importance that we provide answers and a structure to support our membership and maintain the possibility of a spring sports experience for our student-athletes,” CAS-CIAC Executive Director Glenn Lungarini stated. “CIAC understands the value of providing students a spring sports experience, if possible. However, the health and safety of our communities must remain at the center of our decision making.”
The online meeting discussion emphasized that while student-athletes may want to begin preparations for a potential season that respecting the recommendations for social distancing and avoiding group activities prior to the approved time will aid in keeping athletes safe and allow for the season to begin in a timely manner if approved. The uncertainty of the timeline for school openings requires the understanding that any plans to begin spring sports will be fluid and should have the ability to reflect the different needs of different school communities.