Colony football program holding training sessions for middle schoolers

Colony High School will conduct football training sessions for middle school students as a fund-raiser for the football program.

Instruction will be non-contact drills  under the direction of the school’s football staff.

Sessions are slated for 9 to 11 a.m. on Saturdays, April 6, 13, 27 and May 4 in the school’s football stadium. Registration and check in begins at 8 a.m. Forms are available on line at ColonyTitanFootball.com.

The donation of $100 should be made payable to CT Endzone Boosters. For more information e-mail offensive coordinator Kevin Davis at kevin_davis@cjuhsd.net.

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  • Disheartened HS Teacher

    Unfortunately, Colony won’t be holding any summer sessions for the middle-schoolers who come to us reading well below grade level, and generally unmotivated or incapable of doing high school work. Instead, we will be holding summer school for those who failed their core courses during the school year. Summer school for enrichment? Sorry, not in the budget.

  • Jimmy Vasquez

    I’m not even sure you can do this under CIF rules… Definitely will be checking…

  • Coach D

    Yes, it’s all on the up-and-up, check the Blue Book.

  • iefootballr

    Sure is…

    1921.2 High schools may sponsor sport camps and/or allow non-school sponsored sport camps to use their facilities.
    * High school students and individuals from the general community can attend.
    * The high school name, nickname and identifying marks can be used in the title and/or promotion of the camp.
    * The principal of the high school must give permission for the camp to take place; non-school sponsored camps must
    secure a facility permit for use of any facilities and equipment.
    * The camp must comply with all CIF rules, including those pertaining to undue infl uence and dead period.
    * Non-school sponsored camps should provide required liability insurance for the use of any school facilities.

  • WhoopThereItIs

    Well there you have it folks, perfectly legal. Every top high school in California has a 6-8th grade camp.

  • Jimmy Vasquez

    Good. Sounds like the kids are in for a good time.

  • Sartoris

    It’s not legal under the rules. HS coaches are not allowed contact with middle school students under the CIF bluebook. As long as no Colony coaches are involved, it’s above board (Not the case seeing as the offensive coordinator is planning it.)