Welcome to the Chalkley Athletic Association website. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for visiting the Chalkley Athletic Association (CAA) web site and introduce you to our sports programs. The Chalkley Athletic Association is a youth sports organization in Chesterfield County. We offer competitive recreational level play in a variety of athletic leagues throughout the year. Currently, CAA offers Basketball, Basketball Cheer, and Competition Cheerleading. CAA’s primary vision is to produce young adults who understand and display the meaning of leadership, discipline, integrity, hard work, dedication and personal courage. Please explore our web site and if you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact us. As always, thank you for your continued support of CAA.
The mission of Chalkley Athletic Association is to foster and advance youth sports for boys and girls within the Chalkley community as well as Chesterfield County. We encourage good sportsmanship towards the officials, the opposing team members, and visitors’ at all athletic events. The program shall promote academics, discipline, leadership and good sportsmanship throughout all youth sports programs.
We are dedicated to the association, school, each other, our families and especially our children.
To provide equal opportunities to all participants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, or national origin.
We encourage good behavior towards the school administration, coaches, game officials, the opposing team members, and visitors’ at all athletic events.
We strive continually to learn and improve processes so that we may achieve the highest results. We encourage going beyond normal expectations.
Putting academic success before athletics.
Acting with honesty and honor without compromising the truth
We embrace each other's differences so that we may enrich the well-being of everyone
Taking a proactive stand to create and maintain a healthy school-athletic balance for children and parents.
Acknowledging and assuming responsibility for actions, decisions, and policies. It can be applied to both individual accountability on the part of child and accountability of the association as a whole.
Encouraging children to take initiative and give the best. Adopting an error-embracing environment to empower children to lead and make decisions.
If you have any questions about any of or our programs please contact us by phone at 804-504-1811 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.