Activities

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Activity programs contribute to the development of leadership, talent and creativity of our students. Douglas County School District works to ensure that programs are valuable and fair to all participants.


Colorado High School Activities Association

Douglas County School District is a member of the Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA), which strives to create a positive and equitable environment where all qualified student participants are challenged and inspired to meet their highest potential.

The general eligibility rules of the CHSAA shall apply to students participating in the following:

  • Vocal Music
  • Marching Band
  • All-State Orchestra
  • All-State Choirs
  • All-State Band
  • Speech/Debate
  • Student Council

Each high school may establish their own guidelines to govern their activities beyond the CHSAA Bylaws. Check with your school’s activities administrator for any clarification. Please visit the CHSAA website for additional information.

Lettering Policy
Students may earn academic, activity and athletic letters. Each high school and their programs have developed specific guidelines. Check with your school to understand the process and procedure to earn a letter.

Training Rules Agreement
High School Activities students participating in competitions, performances or representing their high schools at meetings or conferences are required to sign and follow Training Rules Guidelines developed for Activities participants.

Contact

DEREK CHANEY
Director of Activities and Athletics
SUE DAKOVICH
Administrative Assistant
303-387-0095
JOZIE COOPER
Accounting Specialist
303-387-0094

Activities Resources

MIDDLE SCHOOL ACTIVITIES WEBSITES:

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITIES WEBSITES:

CHSAA WEBSITE

2020-21 CHSAA ACTIVITIES CALENDAR

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