Non-School Sponsored Activities and Clubs

  • Parents are encouraged to research these programs as these listings are informational only and do not constitute an endorsement by Lewis-Palmer School District 38. Peachjar eFlyers from Community Partners may be found on each school's homepage.

  • Girl Scouts

    Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. We’re the preeminent leadership development organization for girls. And with programs for girls from coast to coast and across the globe, Girl Scouts offers every girl a chance to do something amazing.

    Contact Information

    (719) 597-8603  email: inquiry@gscolorado.org

    Girl Scouts of Colorado Pikes Peak Council

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  • Good News Club

    Contact Information:

    (719) 481-2409; Shannon VanderMeer 

    Little Log Church

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  • Landsharks Running Club

    Landsharks Spring Track is a non-competitive youth program to introduce running to young athletes in a safe and fun environment. The focus is on self-improvement, being an encouraging teammate, and making new friends.

    The Spring Track Series is a five/six-week school program led by parent volunteers and is open to students in Kindergarten through 6th grade. Practices start the week of April 12th. Find school practice dates and locations, and register your child at the website.

    Get all the details and register here: Landsharks Running Club - PLES

    (All clubs are open to kids living anywhere in the area, so if this time doesn't work, check out some of the other area offerings at the website!)

    Contact Information:

    Head Coach -  Jennifer Nynas
    720-273-8855; jennifernynas@yahoo.com

    Landsharks Running Club

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  • Tae Kwon Do

    Tae Kwon Do is a modern martial art, characterized by its fast high and spinning kicks. It is one of the most popular martial arts practiced world wide. Tae Kwon Do allows students to quickly enhance in areas of coordination, intrinsic motivation, self-defense, self-discipline, and personal enjoyment. In addition to learning a valuable lifetime activity, students are taught patterns, kicking, stances, blocks, and sparring techniques.

    Contact Information:

    Bret Mischlich

    Tri-Lakes Tae Kwon Do     Twitter

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  • YMCA

    The Y invites your family to register now for Youth Sports, where we are as interested in developing character as we are in developing healthy athletes. We do not conduct tryouts and our coaches stress good sportsmanship and skills development over winning. Your children will learn the Y’s four core values: caring, honesty, respect and responsibility: life-lasting principals to use both in and out of the game!

     Contact Information:

    (719) 481-8728

    YMCA of the Pikes Peak Region

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