CNG Athletic Community,
As the athletics seasons are coming to a closure we would like to remind you of some important information.
-PS/ES Athletics activities will end on June 3. Student-Athletes will be recognized for their accomplishments during the final training.
-MS/HS Sports Awards will take place on May 31. Please view the MS/HS information page for more details. MS/HS Athletic training will end on June 10.
-The 21-22 SY Athletics Survey will be sent out in the weekly communication. Your feedback will be greatly appreciated.
Beginning March 14 New Schedule:
Athletic Event Parent Attendance:
Parent Access to Campus Guidelines
-Parking Availability: 4:00 PM-8:00 PM
-Location: 20 parking spots are available in the CNG gravel parking lot located on Transversal 1 Este. When the Transversal 1 Este parking lot is completely full and overflow parking will be available in the CNG Carrera 4 Este parking lot.
-Entrance Security: For access into the parking lot you will need to inform security that your child has an athletic event (Please follow Parent Access to Campus Guidelines)
-Security will do their best to help you park on campus. Please follow the recommendations to avoid misunderstandings when you arrive on campus.
Mini-Binationals is an ACCAS athletics event that provides our students to participate in a fun and competitive tournament with ACCAS schools within the country of Colombia. Traditionally Soccer, Basketball, and Volleyball compete on the same dates at the same school. However, this year we needed to adapt for biosecurity purposes. Here are the dates for our Middle and High School Mini-Binational events (pending biosecurity).
-MS Boys and Girls Basketball/Boys Soccer May 11-14 at CNG
-MS Boys and Girls Volleyball/Girls Soccer May 21-24 at GI in Armenia
-HS Boys Basketball/Girls Soccer March 16-19 at Bolivar in Cali (Girls Soccer 2nd Place, Boys Basketball 1st!)
-HS Girls Basketball/Boys and Girls Volleyball/Boys Soccer April 27-30 at Columbus in Medellin
Student-Athletes who are selected by the Athletic Department will begin to receive detailed information approximately one month before the beginning date of their tournament. The maximum number of participants per team includes:
Transportation starting March 14 Logistics:
Previously enrolled with CNG transportation: CNG families who are already enrolled with CNG transportation will need to confirm any days and times that you would like for your child to utilize CNG transportation for Condor Activities or Athletic trainings. Please contact email@example.com or phone number 2123511 ext 120-321Requesting enrollment with CNG transportation: If you would now like to enroll with CNG transportation for Condor Activities or Athletics please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone number 2123511 ext 120-321, mobile 3203136879, 3102663836. They will inform you of the process and the cost.
Students Entrance and Departure Logistics- The same logistics of student arrival and dismissal will be maintained. Now that many families will choose to use the CNG bus service, we predict that the PS/ES student dismissal process could be more efficient. However, as CNG adjusts to the new schedules, we ask you to comply with the proposed times for arrival and departure. If personal transportation arrives too early or late is when traffic congestion occurs. Thank you for your patience in this process.
6:30-8:00 AM MS/HS Practice/Trainings:
-CNG is not able to provide transportation for the student-athletes beginning practice at 6:30 AM.
7:00-8:00 AM MS/HS Activity/Trainings:
-MS/HS Student-athletes that are arriving for the 7:00 practice can use the PS/ES morning CNG transportation. (If previously registered with the CNG transportation service and previous coordination with Transportation Office)
2:10-3:10 PM PS/ES Activity/Trainings:
-PS/ES Student-athletes and Condor Activities students can depart with the MS/HS afternoon CNG transportation. (previous coordination with Transportation Office)
3:30-5:30 PM MS/HS Activity/Trainings:
-Student-athletes and Condor Activities students can depart with the 5:30 afternoon CNG transportation. (previous coordination with Transportation Office)
Entrance and Departure:
-Students in grades K5, 1st and 2nd grade will depart campus through the main gate, either walking or by vehicle.
-3rd, 4th, and 5th-grade students will depart through the bridge gate if they arrive/depart walking. For those dropped off and picked up by vehicle, they will use Carrera 4 Este exit.
PRIMARY/ELEMENTARY WITH SIBLINGS:
-The exit will be through the main gate, either if they arrive by walking or vehicle.
PS/ES IMPORTANT CLARIFICATION:
-External transportation (La Calera, Mi Aguila) will use the Carrera 4 Este.
-6th, 7th, and 8th-grade students will arrive and leave through the bridge gate if they arrive/depart walking.
-Students in grades 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th will enter and exit through the main gate, either walking or by vehicle.
CNG Athletics Department Philosophy and Guiding Principles 2021-22:
The role of the Department of Athletics and Co-Curricular Activities is to extend the mission and vision of CNG beyond the four walls of the classroom. While the direct focus is strengthening the body to pursue competitive success, we also believe in sport as a vehicle for educating the mind and developing character. Our student-athletes may acquire the necessary tools to meet their potential for excellence in the future both on and off the playing field.
Our Guiding Principles include:
Athletics Office Email- email@example.com