The CAAC Athletic Directors meet monthly during the school year with meeting minutes posted when approved at the subsequent monthly meeting. Principals meet in joint session with the AD’s in December and May.
Tom Hunt of East Lansing is the CAAC president for the 2016-17 school year.
Among the significant decisions made this past year was the approval of Charlotte’s membership application effective in 2017-18.
St. Johns will host the annual Senior Scholar Athlete banquet in April, 2017. Sparrow sponsors the event with the 10 students from each school honored posted on the CAAC Web site.
Greg Lattig of Mason is the current president of the Michigan Interscholastic Athletic Directors Association. Dallas Linter of Owosso is second vice president.
Chris Ervin of St. Johns has been honored as the MIAAA State Athletic Director of the year.
In each of the individual sports pages on the CAAC Web site, master schedules, all-conference honorees, divisional conference meet results and scores and standings in team sports are posted during the season.
Randy Allen serves as the CAAC Commissioner for administrative functions and responsibilities.
Mason will host the annual CAAC Competitive Cheer scholarship meet in December, 2016.
The fall CAAC Boys Soccer Cup Finals will be hosted by Mason October 11.
For the 2016-17 school year the following are the standard division alignments
East Lansing, Grand Ledge, Holt, Jackson, Lansing Eastern, Lansing Everett, Lansing Sexton, Okemos
Dewitt, Haslett, Mason, Owosso, St. Johns, Waverly
Eaton Rapids, Fowlerville, Ionia, Lansing Catholic Central, Portland, Williamston
Charlotte will be in the CAAC effective with the 2017-18 school year. However, they will compete in the CAAC for the 2016-17 school year in wrestling (white division) as well as bowling, competitive cheer and swimming.