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6100 S. Genoa St.
Aurora, CO 80016

Track is a fall sport in Cherry Creek. Each school has 5 dual track meets and the season ends with the District Track meet against every middle school in the district.

 

General Information      

The cost for participation is $60. 

Please fill out and print this Athletic Emergency Card to turn in before practice. You may also email the completed form to Julie Cummings

Emphasis:

  • develop and practice the skills
  • build sportsmanship and team play 
  • fundamentals 

Practice:

  • every day except Friday 
  • there is a late bus on practice days
  • If your child  does not ride the bus or walk home, please arrange to pick up your child at 4:45 pm.

Meets: 

  • Will begin as close to 4:30 as possible-some schools are further away and start times will be later those meets
  • It is a good idea to bring a folding chair to dual meets
  • players must ride the bus to the away meet
  • there is no late bus after meets
  • players are allowed to ride home with their parents after away meets- after notifying the coach

Optional Purchases:

Contact Julie Cummings to purchase one or both items. 

There are Sweatshirts for sale for $35 for athletes.  

Parent Support t-shirts are $15.


 parent tee shirts

 

 cartoon runner winning a race

Middle School Athletic Emergency Card

2017 TRACK (All Grade Levels)

*(8/16  Wednesday First Practice)

Date  ​  Day  Opponent H/A
8/31  ​Thurs. LIB            ​Home
​9/7​Thurs.​TRMS        ​Away
​9/11  Mon.WMS  ​Home
​9/13Weds.​FRMS                  ​Away
​9/19​Tues.​SVMS     ​Home
9/23​ Sat. ​District Meet         ​@ Stutler Bowl

                        

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