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Melissa Stumpf,  Intramural Sports Director

The intramural sports program differs from traditional interscholastic sports in that it prioritizes inclusion and enjoyment over competition. The intramural program at Granite Mountain will create a great opportunity for 5th and 6th graders to grow as individuals and to learn about fitness. Intramural athletics, unlike competitive athletics, are open to all students, regardless of the student’s ability and/or knowledge. In addition, family and community participation will be a fundamental part of our program as well. Our intramural sports program will consist of basketball, volleyball, wrestling, cross country, soccer, flag football, indoor hockey, and track.

Tentative dates and options for the sports sgms-logo-150easons are as follows:

Fall Season ­- August -September | Co­ed Flag Football and Co­ed Volleyball

Winter 1 Season – October -November | Boys and Girls Basketball

Winter 2 Season – January – February | Co­ed Hockey

Spring Season – February – April  | Co­ed Soccer

There is no cost for GMS intramural sports. This program runs through our 21st Century program, so we can offer it free of charge.

**Students wishing to participate in cross country, wrestling, and/or track will be able to do so with the Mile High teams. Granite Mountain students will be bused to Mile High for these sports. The pay-­to-­play fee for these sports teams is $110 per sport.

For interscholastic contact sports (wrestling), it is necessary for each student to have a medical release form (physical) completed by your doctor. All sports require medical insurance and the school­-supplied parental permission form.

Athletes are also required to read and sign the Code of Conduct for Student ­Athletes, and parents must read and sign the Code of Conduct for Parents/Guardians. These codes are to be followed at all practices and games. More specific information will be given during skills assessment for each sport.