"We, as a coaching staff, are eagerly anticipating the 2013-14 season. We believe our athletes across the district will continue to exceed expectations and will rank us among the elite in Colorado. The coaching staff and support staff are committed to providing the highest quality of programs and opportunities for our young athletes. We want to thank our community for their continued support." David Eichman, District 11 Athletic Director, email@example.com
District 11 Athletic Office
2020 Glenn Summer Rd.
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
Tel: 719.520.2690 Fax: 719.520.1720
Mike Garcia, Assistant Athletic Director: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rose Simmons, Admin. Assistant: email@example.com
Holiday Hoops Camp Flyer fy14.pdf
Congratulations to the Coronado football team for their win on Saturday, 11/30/13 for the 3A State Champions.
Congratulations to all fall sports teams for their outstanding seasons and good luck to the winter sports teams.
The high school Athletic Handbook for Parents and Athletes has been updated. Many policies have changed and it is required that ALL athletes and parents read and understand this handbook. It is found below under forms and at the individual schools web page on the District 11 website. Hard copies are available upon request.
Recent Fee Changes
Athletic fees were increased starting the 2012-13 school year. District 11 has been able to maintain athletic programs despite significant cuts in the athletic budget each of the past four years. We have not seen an increase in athletic fees for over fifteen years despite the increase in operating expenses for official fees, equipment, uniforms, entry fees, transportation costs, and facility rentals. The new fees remain lower than the state average and are among the lowest in Colorado Springs for districts that charge fees. The largest increase will be for golf and ice hockey. These sports require the district to rent facilities at a considerable cost. They have a much higher cost per participant and therefore will have a higher athletic fee than other sports. School District 11 fees remain a great value when compared to club programs, other school districts, YMCA, and Colorado Springs Park and Rec programs. The fee structure is listed below:
Middle School athletic fees for next year will be:
Full Fee: $50.00; Reduced Lunch: $33.00*; Free Lunch: $17.00* Students not enrolled in D11 schools or Non District Fee: $75.00
High School athletic fees for next year will be:
Hockey and Lacrosse: Full Fee: $200.00; Reduced Lunch: $134.00*; Free Lunch: $66.00* Non District Fee: $300.00
Golf Boys and Girls: Full Fee: $100.00; Reduced Lunch: $67.00* Free Lunch: $33.00* Non District Fee: $150.00
All other sports: Full Fee: $82.00; Reduced Lunch: $55.00*; Free Lunch: $27.00* Non District Fee: $123.00
*Full fees will be collected until proof of free or reduced lunch is submitted. The parent/guardian is responsible to provide proof of the student's qualification for "Free" or "Reduced" lunch program. A copy of the current school years National School Lunch Program approval letter from D11 Food Service must be brought to the business office at the same time you register for the sport your athlete will be participating in. A letter must be submitted each school year and the business office does not have access to this confidential information. Call 520-2924 if you need a copy of your letter.
Parent Athlete Handbook - Rules, Regulation, Expectations of athletes
CSSD-11 Athletic Participation Form
Emergency Information Card (Blue Card)
Visitor information to Garry Berry Stadium - Directions, prices, parking etc.
Coaches Concussion Training
Ronald McDonald Care Mobile Locations:
Garry Berry schedule see Athletic Calendar on the left
D11 Job Opportunities
Interested in a part time/full time position driving the students to school and different events. Click on the flyers for more information.
NCAA Approved Courses
Guiding the District Eleven Student-Athlete to succeed in the classroom and on the playing field!
District 11 is proud to offer its NCAA Approved Core Courses. We are committed to the success of District Eleven's student-athletes and strive to offer the finest counseling as student-athletes prepare for success in the college classroom and onto graduation.
CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF THE D-11 APPROVED COURSES BY CONTENT AREA
The NCAA has approved courses for use in establishing the initial-eligibility certification status of students-athletes from Coronado, Doherty, Mitchell, and Palmer High Schools. Check with individual school counseling departments for course information. For more information about NCAA initial-eligibility standards, please contact the NCAA's website at www.ncaa.org.