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Junior High—Athletics Update (Updated January 4th, 2021)
Athletics in the Junior High Nisqually League will follow a model similar to that which the WIAA lays out for high school athletics this year. We are planning to offer as many of our traditional sports seasons as possible. Currently, the earliest that JH sports might begin is February 1st. We are awaiting further guidance from the Washington State Department of Health and the WIAA between now and then. The JH Nisqually League will be waiting until all of the necessary information is available to make the best possible decisions for our student-athletes as we hope to compete this year.
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CCJH Athletics Update July 14, 2020
The WIAA has announced a delay to the start of the fall seasons, with further updates expected soon. This development means that current fall sports game schedules will certainly be changing in the coming weeks, but all schools are delaying any changes until we receive the next update from the WIAA. Please see the WIAA’s official announcement below:
Cougar athletes and coaches will not be doing any athletic training together until Pierce County has progressed to Phase 3 of the state’s reopening plan. This decision was reached after consultation with our risk management provider and many of our neighboring school districts. School districts such as Puyallup, Sumner-Bonney Lake, and Bethel, along with Puyallup Parks & Recreation are taking the same approach. Our Nisqually League members are also taking a similar approach across the board. In addition, we are not opening our athletic facilities for use by any outside groups or teams during this time. Whenever we do reach Phase 3, our coaches will begin to offer opportunities for athletes to reengage with their teammates in safe ways that adhere to the state/WIAA health guidelines.
At Cascade Christian Junior High, we value athletics as a part of the educational experience. Students are offered more than just an opportunity to compete, they are provided with another opportunity to lead and be an example to their classmates and their community.
Coaches are trained to be consistent with the mission and purpose of CCS, and to work to develop the athletes' physical skills along with their personal and spiritual growth.
or email DJ Heltsley, Athletic Director, at email@example.com.