Boys open soccer provides an opportunity to boys and families in Gillette to enjoy the fun game of soccer, improve their skills, and get exercise. Participants can work on individual skills, speed/agility, and play in games.
The Intramural Programs are designed to give all students in the community the opportunity to play, learn, and practice the sports they love! These programs give students the opportunity to be on a team – meet new friends, travel to surrounding communities, and have lots of FUN!
Participants including 7th-8th grade:
- Jr High Boys Basketball (FREE) January – February
- Jr High Girls Basketball (FREE) November – December
- Jr High Girls Volleyball (FREE) August – October
- Jr High Tennis (FREE) March – May
- Junior High Golf Fall Season (FREE) August – October
Participants including 9th-12th grade:
- High School Dodgeball ($100 per team) March – April
- High School Dodgeball Tournament ($60 per team) July 25th
- High School Basketball ($150 per team) November – February
Participants including 5 – 14 Years Old:
- Blades & Avalanche Hockey (5-8 years old; $30 per child per session; rental gear extra fee of $55) August – March
- Junior Intramural Golf (6-14 years old; $90 per child first session, $60 per session after) Summer Program June – August
Teen Summer Trips 11 – 16 Years Old:
- Primetime Paintball ($29 per person) June 19th and August 10th
- Flight Zone ($20 per person) June 5th
- Skateboarding Day Camp ($50 per person) July 17th
The Sage Valley Craft, Cooking, and Sewing is an after school club for students from 5th grade through high school. Students have fun doing many different projects such as crafts, cooking, baking, sewing, jewelry making, and seasonal party planning. Students will participate in social interactions and receive a sense of pride and accomplishment while completing crafts for personal use or to be given as gifts.
Children and families living with diabetes face many issues and it can become overwhelming. Having the support of others in similar situations can make the difference between coping and struggling. Children having the opportunity to meet other children living with diabetes can be empowering. Families will be provided opportunities to participate in recreational activities to promote active lifestyles, an essential component of diabetes prevention and management. Physical activities may include bicycling, walking, running, stretching, swimming, yoga, tai chi, and going on a nature hike. Activities may include art projects, board games, and other family centered events. A family contact and resources book will be developed.
This project provides large print recreational reading materials for multiple Campbell County Public Library audiences: visually impaired adults, CCPL Outreach patrons, large print book clubs, mini-libraries at community retirement living complexes, a traveling library at the Legacy, and members of the general community.
This club includes arts, crafts, and learning about gardening hands-on at Meadowlark Elementary School & Twin Spruce Jr. High.
The Powder River Symphony is founded on the belief that great music should be available to everyone. The orchestra’s mission is to enrich the cultural lives of adults, expand the musical horizons of children, and provide an outlet for the creative talents of musicians living in Wyoming.
TBHS 2D Art Club allows extended opportunities for students to work with alternative mediums to create original artworks.