Follow the link below to register your foursome for the 13th Annual Jim Staunton Champions for Character Golf Tournament. This prestigious tournament supports our Jim Staunton Champions for Character Awards and Dinner which honors student-athletes, coaches, administrators, schools, officials and members of the media who best exemplify the virtues of sportsmanship and character among our member... Continue Reading →

CIF State – Job Announcement

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Duties and Responsibilities: The Assistant Director shall be responsible to support the operations and functions of the State CIF office as assigned by the Executive Director. They shall perform such duties and responsibilities at a professional level of competence and with due diligence. These duties and functions may include, but not limited to,... Continue Reading →

Funding Ideas for Athletic Trainers

Mike West Martin Luther King H.S. Principal Citrus Belt Area Representative, CIF-SS Executive Council There have been a variety of ways schools have tried to fund Athletic Trainers over the years. By far and away, the most successful way is for schools and districts to establish the position and pay for it out of... Continue Reading →

The 2017 So Cal Beach Coaches Conference

Date: Friday February 3, 2017 at 9:00 am Location: Irvine Valley College 5500 Irvine Center Dr. Irvine, CA 92618 For all athletics personnel from Conferences, Universities, Community Colleges, and High Schools. Registration, parking and breakfast free w/ online RSVP! Breakfast & Networking 9:00 am ‐ 10:00 am Welcome & Keynote – Karch Kiraly (Head Coach,... Continue Reading →

CIF Athletic Administrators Summit 2016

Sheraton Fairplex Hotel & Conference Center Pomona, CA 7:30 am to 3:30 pm (Interactive workshops and breakout sessions on tools and best practices for today’s athletic professional) Topics Evaluating & Hiring Coaches How to promote parental sportsmanship How to get your school fired up How athletics can be school leaders in academic culture Ways to... Continue Reading →