FHS Athletics Overview

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    Fall Athletics (Football/Cheer/Volleyball/Cross Country/Boys Soccer)will begin officially on August 12, 2019 

    Fall Athletics Parent Meeting August 14, 2019 6pm FHS Auditorium.

    Baseball Meeet and Greet with New Coaches August 9, 2019 4pm FHS Baseball Field. 

     

    Boy's Golf begins on August 5, 2019.  Please reach out to Coach Morris (gmorris@d49.org) for more information if you are interested in Golf.  

     

    Falcon Athletics is now on TWITTER 

    @FHSAthletics49

    Follow your Falcons and get updates on upcoming games and highlights! 

     Come out and support your Falcons! All game schedules can be found on our Conference Calendar! 

      
    FHS athletic schedules at: 

     

    ALL Pre-Participation forms must be completed by August 8, 2019 for fall sports (not including boys' golf) 

    CHSAA (Colorado High School Activities Association) has released the Digital Platform (formerly known as arbiter athlete) and all the schools across the state to now host their Pre-Participation Athletic Forms online.  This is the second year of implementation so below you will find guides to help you get ready for this season.

     This digital platform will allow you, and your student(s), to complete and access athletic forms via
    computer, tablet, or mobile phone. It is HIPAA, COPPA and FERPA compliant.

     Please click on the links below to get information on how to create/update your account.   Please make sure that the physical form is uploaded with the physicians signature and date (this side will indicate NO RESTRICTIONS).

    CHSAA Planet HS Starter Guide English

    CHSAA Planet HS Starter Guide Spanish

     

     

     


    GO FALCONS!

     

    All NEW TRANSFER students must meet with the Athletic Director before starting the season. 

     


     

    FALCON HIGH SCHOOL OFFERS THE FOLLOWING SPORTS

     

    FALL (August-November)--CHEER (B/G), CROSS COUNTRY (B/G), FOOTBALL, GOLF (B), SOCCER (B), SOFTBALL, VOLLEYBALL (G) 

    WINTER (November-March)--CHEER (B/G), BASKETBALL (B/G), WRESTLING (B/G)

     SPRING (February-May)--BASEBALL (B), GOLF (G), SOCCER (G), TENNIS (G), TRACK (B/G),

     
     
     

    D49 School Board approved new fees for 2019-2020

     

    Extracurricular - Athletic

     

    Girls Basketball

    200.00

    1st Year Girls Cheer

    700.00

    Returning Girls Cheer

    400.00

    1st Year Boys Cheer

    600.00

    Returning Boys Cheer

    300.00

    Cheer Camp

    400.00

    Girls Golf

    200.00

    Girls Soccer

    175.00

    Softball

    200.00

    Girls Tennis

    150.00

    Volleyball

    200.00

    Baseball

    200.00

    Boys Basketball

    200.00

    Football

    200.00

    Boys Golf

    200.00

    Boys Soccer

    175.00

    Wrestling

    200.00

    Cross Country

    150.00

    Track and Field

    150.00

     

    Individual Cap is $450 and the Family Cap is $750

    All Fees must be paid online (payschool) or by check to the business office prior to the first match. 

     

    High School Athletic Fees

    • School District 49 is adopting a new strategy for athletic fees for school year that began in 2018-2019.  In a team effort between the D49 Business Office, Education Office, and the district’s Athletic Directors, we took a close look at how we inform our families of the overall costs to participate in a D49-sponsored sport. Traditionally, the overall cost of a sports season included the published baseline fee, plus what was, in effect, some unpublished out-of-pocket costs that parents paid throughout the season. Based on discussions with our AD’s, the business and education offices, along with the results of a community survey, District 49 will combine the baseline fee with the projected former out-of-pocket (trailing cost) amounts, into a single, up-front, bundled price.


      There are many advantages to this model:


      • The intent consolidates costs into a single fee, with no trailing costs, while inviting parents to hold the district accountable to that promise.

      • There is added convenience, as parents will not have to go back to their wallets periodically throughout the season to cover additional, unpublished expenses.

      • Families will have the option of paying over the course of the season to mimic the timing benefits of the previous ‘baseline plus trailing cost’ model.

      • District 49 will set a maximum cap on athletics fees per school year of $450 for an individual athlete, or $750 for a family with multiple athletes. **Cap does not apply to cheer teams**

      • Coaches and AD’s can still approve team-wide fundraisers to work toward larger team goals, supplement the baseline budget or request additional funding from the school/program booster club, but fundraising to pay for individual participation will not occur.

      • Bundling athletic fees, to include both the baseline and out-of-pocket costs, will better aid families who qualify for financial assistance by allowing the district to waive or reduce the full bundled cost, rather than just the baseline fee as was the prior practice.
     
     

      

     

     

Athletics Staff

Jennifer Gregg
Athletics Director
Phone: 719.495.5536
Davette Schimpf
Athletics Secretary
Phone: 719.495.5530
Kortney Sorensen
Athletic Trainer
Phone: 

FHS Athletics Documents