Activities

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About Ponderosa Activities...

Ponderosa High School Activities has something for everyone. We encourage our students to get involved, so that their high school experience is all that it can be. We offer large activities such as Marching Band and DECA, but we also offer a great variety of small clubs as well. Ponderosa Activities are very successful in competitions across the state and we are proud of all of their accomplishments. If a student doesn’t find that right fit, we are also supportive of new student-initiated clubs. We hope that each student finds that right connection while at PHS by participating in one of our excellent Activities/Clubs.

How to Start a Club

  • Find an adult (teacher or classified staff) to be the sponsor
  • Complete the Club Charter and Information forms and turn in to Ms. Heidrick in the Main Office to get approval from Activities Director
  • Once the club is approved, it will be listed on the website and can be advertised via announcements, posters, etc.

20-21 Activity Club Info Form
20-21 Club Charter

Ponderosa Activity Cabinet

Members of Ponderosa Activity Cabinet (PAC) were nominated by their Club Sponsor. As part of this cabinet members will be collaborating and communicating with other student leaders regarding school climate and school events as well as discussing and enhancing leadership skills. The PAC meets each month, you can see the schedule here. Meeting dates are also posted on the Events Calendar.

Contact Information

Natalie Munoz-Garcia

Natalie Munoz-Garcia
Activities Director

natalie.munozgarcia
@dcsdk12.org

303.387.4000

Upcoming Events



PHS Activities

Participation Rules & Expectations Form​ 

Activities Medical Form

Field Trip Forms

Community Service 1st Letter Form

Community Service 2nd Letter Form

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