Junior and senior cross country will begin on Thursday, September 8th. Practices will be on Mondays and Thursdays from 3:20 - 4:30 PM. Meet outside the East gym.
Attention Parent Drivers
Chinook's Edge School Division driving policy states that drivers must have $1 million dollar coverage and strongly recommends that drivers have $2 million coverage if a driver is transporting students to, or from a school event. We also require that the school has a copy of your insurance on file. If you have any questions or concerns please contact the school.
GO Kodiaks GO!
Athletics is a great opportunity for young athletes to explore the possibilities available in sports. We offer many different athletic opportunities. Opportunities such as golf, cross-country running, volleyball, basketball, curling, badminton and track and field.
In order to offer all these programs to a variety of ages, we need coaches. If you know someone or would like to become involved with a program here at the school, please contact me.
Without these great volunteers we would not be able to offer the programs we do.
Our Extra-curricular programs are not covered by a school budget, so we do have fees for each athlete. The fees vary depending on level of play, based on number of league games and number of tournaments the team will be participating in. Fees collected are also used to pay Association fees, South Central Zone Athletic Fees, and Provincial Athletic Fees. Most of the Player fees cover entry fees into tournaments, equipment, official fees and a portion of each athletes’ fee will go into a uniform replacement fund to buy new uniforms.
If you have any questions, or concerns please drop in and see or contact one of us.
GO KODIAKS GO
Mr. Colby Evans
Extra Curricular Athletic League Structure
Within South Central Zone extra-curricular athletics begins in grade 7. Chinook’s Edge South Athletic Association has decided this year to a-line our selves with the Chinook’s Edge North and South Central Zone and focus on junior high athletics as grade 6-9. Our school will strive to participate within as many leagues as possible within CESAA to allow as many athletes grade 6-12 the opportunity to participate in extra-curricular activities. Senior high league will be grade 12, 11 and 10, Junior Varsity leagues will be grade 9-10-11 athletes, Jr. A league will be grade 7-8-9 athletes, Middle school A and B leagues will be grade 7-8 athletes. If you have any questions or concerns please contact the school.
JV Girls Volleyball
The JV Girls played to a decisive win against Sundre earlier this week.