1. Early October;
2. End Oct.-Early Nov. before daylight becomes an issue
3. Pre Nat'ls Warm-Up
1. Mid-Late Oct (Halloween
2. February-Early March-ish (Spring breaks become issues here)
3. Nat'ls Warm Up
The cluster**** that was last year's season.
Scheduling is going to be a combined effort from all schools. Alex needs to compile the list of schools in the conference, and then get information regarding weekends that work and don't work for each school (generally from their respective officers), and use that to create a schedule that is agreeable for all parties, including the hosting field. So the sooner schools confirm their participation in Class A NEIC, the sooner dates can be submitted and schedules can come out.
I know this isn't your first rodeo for many who are reading, but I feel it's good to put into perspective the tedious nature of work Alex has to do for us, and for which officers are also responsible. This may seem like a catch-22 for those schools looking for schedules before budgets are finalized and so on and so forth before submitting Class A bids, but it's on the officers to communicate the tentative nature of event scheduling to their rec departments. Ultimately the responsibility is on everyone to confirm and commit in as timely a manner as possible so that events can be planned smoothly and with the least hassle for all involved.
But honestly, it's late. I'm graduated and contributing vicariously by writing long narrative posts since I never post anymore. That's the real reason I'm here.
tl:dr- I'm bored.