Native American Athletic Club

Updated on Fri, 09/09/2016 - 3:27pm

The Native American Athletic Club is an opportunity for the students to learn and play different games and athletic sports that come from their Native American background as well as the latest sports that currently are the games of choice in Native communities.  

Some of the sports and activities that will be discussed and played will include:

  • Lacrosse and Stick Ball
  • Kickapoo “football”
  • Snow Snake (weather permitting)
  • Basketball
  • Volleyball
  • Softball
  • Hiking and Camping
  • Any other athletics that the students and/or parents want the students to learn about​

The Native American Athletic Club members meet most Wednesdays that school is in session from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm.  The club will meet at Coronado Hills Elementary from September 14, 2016 until December 14, 2016.  Coronado Hills Elementary is located in the housing located east of the cross streets 84th St. and Washington.  The address of the school is 8300 Downing Dr., Denver, CO 80229.  Beginning January 11, 2017 the club will meet at Vantage Point High School located north of 104th on Huron Street.  The address for Vantage Point High School is 10900 Huron St. Northglenn, CO 80234. See the Events Calendar page for up to date changes.

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