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“Beyond the Bump” Partners with CSS

The “Beyond the Bump” concussion program is a school-wide initiative designed to remove the complications of diagnosing, treating, and releasing athletes after a concussion or suspected concussion.  With this new partnership, CSS families are entitled to some free and discounted services at Performance Pediatrics at HPR, the Colorado Spring’s leader in concussion care. Wednesday night,

Kodiak XC Selects “Leaders”

The Kodiaks selected team captains, Tyler B. and Kate G., to lead them this year on the cross country course.  Probably not a bad choice since they have been “leads” together before, even as youngsters at the Colorado College Theater Camp in William Shakespeare’s production, “The Tempest.”  Most certainly, this year’s cross country team will

Girls’ Varsity Cross Country Ranked #8 in Colorado

The Kodiak girls’ cross country team is young this year, but don’t let that fool you. Riding on the success of last year’s state qualifying team, which included top runners, Sarah W. ’17, Ivy M. ’17 and Kate G. ’20, the Kodiaks now know what it takes to compete at the top level.  With the worthy

Kodiaks Back in Action

What a great start to a new year!  The CSS campus was full of life on the first day of school as the Kodiaks returned to action for the Fall sports season.  Boys and girls from 5-12 grade were learning bike maintenance, practicing their volleyball serve, running to get their heart rates up, or warming

Kodiaks Take Talents to Collegiate Courts

CSS graduates, Laney S. ’17  and Jaydi S. ’17, will continue their athletic careers on the hardcourt this upcoming year.  After a stellar career as a Kodiak and repeated trips to the state tournament, Laney will take her talents to Colorado College where her father, Rick S., is the head women’s volleyball coach.  Laney is expected

Kodiak Kate G: Top Area Athlete

Kate G. ’20 began her first season in a Kodiak uniform with a “bang,” departing the start line in a flash while leaving her cross country opponents in the dust.  As a freshman, she and her teammates won the Black Forest League and 2A Regional meets, before finishing 5th at the state meet, marking one of the