Athletic Participation Information Update (9/14/20)
At this time, we have still not been cleared to return to in-person, group activities for Athletics. On July 13, 2020, CIFSS released their official start dates and seasons for 2020-21 Athletic competitions. See the bulletin below regarding the proposed seasons of sport.
At the current time, FUSD falls under the guidelines of the State of California and the County of San Bernardino. Until our area has met the appropriate criteria, our programs will still be unable to work in-person. We will announce any changes as soon as they arise.
In the meantime, all prospective Kaiser Athletes can do a few things to get themselves prepared for when we are able to get back to action:
- Sign up online @ AthleticClearance.com, create a clearance for each sport you are interested in
- Make an appointment with a physician (chiropractors not permitted) for a sports physical.
- Go to the individual Sport pages and contact coaches via email to let them know of your interest so they can contact you when the time comes
- Stay safe and healthy so you can join us as soon as it's safe.
Remember, KAISER IS #1!
The CIFSS has announced their proposed Seasons of Sport for the 2020-21 school year. The traditional three sports seasons have been condensed to two with our first sports not officially beginning until mid-December.
Boys and Girls Cross Country (12/26/20-3/6/21)(CIFSS Prelims begin 3/12/21)
11-Man Football (1/8/20-3/12/21)(CIFSS Playoffs begin 3/19/21)
Girls Volleyball (12/19/20-2/20/21) (CIFSS Playoffs beign 2/23/21)
Traditional Competitive Cheer (CIFSS Finals 4/3/21)
Baseball (3/19/21-5/29/21)(CIFSS Playoffs begin 6/1/21)
Boys and Girls Basketball (3/12/21-5/22/21)(CIFSS Playoffs begin 5/25/21)
Boys and Girls Soccer (2/27/21-5/8/21)(CIFSS Playoffs begin 5/10/21)
Softball (3/19/21-5/29/21)(CIFSS Playoffs begin 6/1/21)
Boys and Girls Track & Field (3/20/21-5/29/21)(CIFSS Prelims begin 6/5/21)
Boys Tennis (3/1/21-5/15/21)
Girls Tennis (2/22/21-5/8/21)
Some sports that are traditionally held in separate seasons will now be held simultaneously. Athletes wishing to participate in multiple sports in a single season will have to meet with the Athletic Department and respective Coaches to discuss feasibility and commitments needed.
Athletic Department Staff
Steve Hickey, Athletic Director
(909) 357-5900 ext. 14104
Carissa Lewallen, Athletic Trainer
(909) 357-5900 ext. 14189
Ariel Salman, Athletic Dept. Secretary
(909) 357-5900 ext. 14103
Welcome to the Kaiser High School Athletic Webpage!
Our interscholastic sports program is an integral part of the educational experience at Kaiser High School. Together as a staff our goal is for each of our student-athletes to grow both physically and emotionally. Here at Kaiser, each student-athlete will adhere to the CIF ideal of "Pursuing Victory with Honor," which addresses the development of the six pillars of character (trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, citizenship). It is the expectation that our student-athletes will graduate with the ability to implement these character traits in their future endeavors.
While our student enrollment is 2,300 strong, we support the individuality of our students by offering a variety of sports. Currently Kaiser Cats can choose to participate in football, tennis, girl's volleyball, cross country, basketball, soccer, track & field, baseball, softball and cheer.
All of our student athletes have access to top-notch facilities that include a stadium with an artificial turf field and an all-weather track, two baseball and softball fields, a large grass area for soccer and football to practice, a multilevel seating gym and a state of the art weight room. Our staff includes 12 head coaches, multiple assistant coaches, a certified trainer, and a full time athletic director.
Presently, Kaiser High School participates in the Arrowhead Athletic Conference, which consists of high schools from the Fontana, Colton, Rialto, and San Bernardino area. We have celebrated league championships, CIF championships, as well as state recognition for our scholar-athletes' academic achievements. Our staff, parents, students, and community play an essential role in supporting our athletic program, allowing Kaiser athletes to reach their full potential. We look forward to another successful year supporting our student-athletes.
The Board prohibits, at any district school or school activity, unlawful discrimination including discriminatory harassment, sexual harassment, intimidation, or bullying, based on the student's actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, nationality, national origin, immigration status, ethnic group identification, ethnicity, age, religion, marital status, pregnancy, parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, or any other legally protected status or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. For questions or complaints, contact Equity Compliance Officer: Craig Baker, Senior Executive Director, Student Services at (909) 357-5000, EXT 29194, Craig.Baker@fusd.net and Title IX Coordinator: Linda Young, Director, Certificated Human Resources, at (909) 357-5000, EXT 29045, Linda.Young@fusd.net.