Stage 1: Day 1 and Day 2 - (2 Days Minimum) - 15 minutes or less: Light activity (walking, jogging, stationary bike), intensity no greater than 70% of maximum heart rate. NO resistance training.
Stage 2: Day 3 - (1 Day Minimum) - 30 minutes or less: Add simple movement activities (eg. running drills) - intensity no greater than 80% of maximum heart rate.
Stage 3: Day 4 - (1 Day Minimum) - 45 minutes or less- Progress to more complex training - intensity no greater than 80% maximum heart rate. May add light resistance training.
Stage 4: Day 5 and Day 6 - (2 Days Minimum) - 60 minutes -Normal training activity - intensity no greater than 80% maximum heart rate.
Stage 5: Day 7 - Return to full activity/participation (i.e., - Contests/competitions).
Boys Basketball Tuesday 1/19 - 1/22
9th Grade 6:00 -7:00 pm Small Gym
10th Grade 6:00 - 7:00 pm Big Gym
11th & 12th Grade 7:00 - 8:00 Big Gym
Returning Varsity Players 8:00 - 9:00 pm Big Gym
Girls Basketball Tuesday 1/19 - 1/22
9th 3:00 - 4:30 pm Big Gym
10th Grade 4:30 - 6:00 pm Big Gym
11th Grade 4:30 - 6:00 pm Big Gym
12th 3:00 - 4:30 pm Big Gym
Ice Hockey Tuesday 1/19
Brookfield HS Outside Basketball Court 4:00 - 5:15 pm
Wed 1/20, Thur 1/21, Fri 1/22
5:30 - 6:30 am Danbury Ice Arena
Brookfield HS Outside Basketball Court 8:00 - 9:00 am
Boys Swim & Dive
1/19 6:00-8:00 pm Main Building
1/20 7:15 - 8:45 pm Bubble - NO DIVE
1/21 6:30 - 8:30 pm Main Building
1/22 3:30 -5:30 pm Main Building
1/23 10:15 -12:00 pm Bubble - NO DIVE
Dance Team 1/22
2:00 - 4:00 pm Small Gym
Cheer Team 1/22
4:00 - 6:00pm Small Gym
Dear Athletes, Parents and Guardians,
Today the CIAC releases their plan for the Winter Season Plan . At 3pm we concluded our meeting with CIAC. There is a 33 page document to process, but for your planning purposes I wanted to share what I can right now with you for planning.
Yesterday, the CIAC released information regarding the mitigation strategies that were approved by the Board of Control this past Thursday, as well as, the letter from the CT DPH to the CIAC. Based on this information, we are on track to begin moderate and lower risk winter sports (Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, boys swim and Ice Hockey) on January 19, 2021. The CIAC has postponed Competitive Cheerleading, Competitive Dance, Indoor Track, and Wrestling.
The final step will be the approval of the CIAC WInter Sports Plans by their Board of Control at their meeting on Thursday, January 14, 2021. We are planning for a quick turnaround to be able to start on Tuesday, January 19, 2021. In the letter to the CIAC, the DPH said, "DPH continues to recommend a cautious approach to any restart of athletic activities". As we get more information we will send it out to you as soon as possible.
Brookfield High School Athletic Director
"The CIAC Board of Control acted this morning to postpone all winter sports to January 19, 2021. The CIAC Board of Control will continue to collaborate with the DPH, Governor Lamont’s office, and the CSMS Sports Medicine Committee in the weeks leading up to the January 19th start of winter practices. CIAC Interscholastic athletics are an education-based experience that maintains in-person learning and the health and safety of our school communities as our top priority. Today’s action supports our member schools while they continue to manage rising COVID numbers within their communities and experience widespread movements to distance learning."
This means that there will be no practice, any type of conditioning or organized practice until January 19, 2021. As we receive information we will get it out to you as soon as we can. Obviously a later start date may impact what the CIAC stated as an alternative season. I do not have an answer to what the plans are as of right now for that season. This is the only information that we received today.
Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.
All Athletic activities at BHS are postponed until January 19 which is the official start date as of today and is subject to change.
Brookfield High School is a learning community committed to fostering intellect, respect, and integrity. Within these core values, we also are committed to the values of kindness, equality, and compassion amongst others. The Brookfield High School Athletic Department is committed to upholding these values for all our student-athletes, coaches, and administrators. Given the recent events in our country, we must acknowledge that now is the time to make our voices heard. We first, and foremost, condemn the acts of violence that have been carried out against people of color. We must all do our part to help educate. We must all do our part to end the systemic racism that prevails in this country. We understand that we have a responsibility to work together to enact change. We recognize that this is a pivotal moment in our nation’s history. How we respond will determine how quickly we can begin to heal and unite. We are committed to working together to promote respect and uphold our core values for all people in our community. We readily acknowledge that Black Lives Matter, and stand united against all forms of racism and discrimination.
2020 Senior Athletic Awards and Video
Administrative Assistant to the Director of Athletics, Physical Education and Health
Phone: 203 775 7725 Ext 7792
The Brookfield High School community believes that the Interscholastic Athletic Program contributes significantly to preparing our students for becoming productive, contributing citizens to our society. Interscholastic Athletics provides an exceptional opportunity for personal growth as it will foster appropriate physical, social and emotional development, character, integrity and leadership as well as confidence, self esteem and a positive self image. Student-athletes learn to accept responsibility for both success and failure while recognizing their individual strengths and limitations. Athletes also learn about valuable qualities such as, dedication, responsibility, accountability, respect, commitment, hard work, self discipline, personal sacrifice and fair play. Brookfield High School is a Class Act School and follows the CIAC Class Act School Guidelines.
Student-athletes will learn the importance of unity, loyalty, camaraderie, teamwork, spirit and sportsmanship.We believe that participation in a wide variety of activities is a vital part of the student-athletes’ educational experiences. Such participation is a privilege that carries with it responsibilities to the school, the program, the student body, the community and to the students’ themselves.
These experiences contribute to the development of learning skills and emotional patterns that enable the student to make maximum use of his or her education. Though wins and losses are often indicators of the level of success, the real triumphs are often those that teach skills needed for effective decision-making and commitment throughout life.
Thank you all who came out in support of Maddie!! What a great night!!
Congratulations to Jenna Joshi who scored her 1000 career point on January 8th against Joel Barlow. She also set school records with 39 points in a game and a record 10 3 pointers in a game.