• District 11 has suspended Boys' Track & Girls Volleyball is suspended until further notice!

    Due to the number of middle school students and staff district-wide in quarantine as a result of COVID related illnesses, District 11 will be suspending boys track and field until further notice.  Also, we will not start girls volleyball on October 20.  Our goal remains to offer as many middle school athletic opportunities but due to the current circumstances, the District will need to pause on plans.  Schools will be in contact with families in the near future to discuss refund procedures for students who’ve paid their participation fee for boys’ track.  As plans are finalized, we will communicate them with our families.


    Middle School Athletics - District 11 will make an effort to play all interscholastic sports, pending referee availability, site availability, and current health recommendations.  This would result in shortened season for each sport.  Exact seasons for each interscholastic sport are still being determined.  If you have questions, you can reach out to Sean DePaula at sean.depaula@d11.org or 719-328-2303.


    Fees & Required Paperwork - There are fees to participate in athletics this year.  Students must have all required paperwork, including an Emergency Blue Card, Current Sports Physical, and Athletic Waiver on file with Ms. Gaffney at the front office in order to tryout, practice or play.  Forms are available at the school or on this Athletics Page.  If you don't know if the required paperwork is already turned in, check with Ms. Gaffney.


    Spectators at Athletic Events - At this time, District 11 will only be allowing ONE spectator per student-athlete.  Coaches will give your student-athlete ONE ticket that they will give their spectator who will be attending.  The spectator must present the ticket in order to get into the event.  Other important details include:

    1) Spectators must wear a mask that covers that mouth and nose during the entirety of the event, even if the event is outside. 

    2) Spectators at the event will need to complete an online health screening and show proof that they completed the survey. 

    3) Spectators will have their temperature checked at the door. 

    4) Spectators will need to socially distance at the event. 


    Football - There will be no fall football season this year.  Spring football season is scheduled to take place through Parks and Recreation and will require you to sign up your student-athlete independently through Colorado Springs Parks & Recreation.