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D-Season Sports Registration

It is that time of the year! Registration for D-Season sports is open for all students. Anyone interested in playing Baseball, Girls Soccer, Girls Tennis, and Track & Field need to be registered prior to April 26th. This is done through PlanetHS/Big Teams. A valid physical must be uploaded and all required documents signed by

D-Season Sports Registration Open

It is that time of the year! Registration for D-Season sports is open for all students. Anyone interested in playing Baseball, Girls Soccer, Girls Tennis, and Track & Field need to be registered prior to April 26th. This is done through PlanetHS/Big Teams. A valid physical must be uploaded and all required documents signed by

Climate Control: Handling Heat Acclimation in Athletes

The entire sports world hopes and prays for a return to normalcy by the Autumn of 2020 following a spring and summer rife with cancellations and disappointments. A return to the former status quo would mean that fall athletes will be gearing up for their seasons, with practices beginning in the dog days of summer.

Online Athletic Registration for the 2020-2021 School Year

Athletic Registration for the 2020-2021 school year is open on Planet HS. We have used this system for the past 2 years so if you have been a student/parent at Sierra during that time you should have an account that you can log on with. If you are new to Sierra here are the directions

CHSAA Officially Cancels The 2020 Spring Sports Season

The Colorado High School Activities Association has officially cancelled the 2020 spring sports season. Below is a statement from Rhonda Blanford-Green, Commissioner of CHSAA: We have proceeded with cautious optimism, holding on to a thread of hope that the spring season would be able to realistically resume, knowing that the health and safety of our

Dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic

By Dr. David Hoch The horrific COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic crisis, which has engulfed a good portion of the world, is also having a huge impact upon education and, obviously, athletic programs. Schools have closed in many states and this means putting the spring season on hold and, in some cases, perhaps in jeopardy of

Spring Activities Moratorium extended through April 30th

From the CHSAA office: Per state and local extensions on school closures and mandatory social-distancing, the CHSAA Spring Activities Moratoriumhas been extended to April 30th. Please know that this will be the last possible extension that will be acceptable before a definitive decision will be made on spring activities. Guidance will be given for next

A Message of Hope from Sierra’s AD

Good morning Stallion Nation. The past couple of weeks have been quite interesting on many levels and is a unique time in our country’s history. Never before have we seen anything like this pandemic and it is now impacting the lives of everyone around the world. It reminds me of a quote from Thomas Jefferson:

CHSAA Extends Spring Sports Moratorium to April 18th

See today’s official release from the Colorado High School Activities Association: Important CHSAA COVID-19 Update Aurora, CO – The Colorado High School Activities Association, following the most recent recommendation of state and federal health officials, has announced changes in the spring sports and activities schedules. “In light of Governor Jared Polis’ announcement Monday (March 16)