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Athletic/Activities Director: Cole Wills
High School Practice Start Date: Monday, August 7th
Cross Country - Head Coach: Ryan Burns - email@example.com
Football - Head Coach: TJ Quick - firstname.lastname@example.org
Softball (co-op with Louisville) - Coach: ReAnne Schreiner - email@example.com
Volleyball - Head Coach: Abby Plihal - firstname.lastname@example.org
Junior High Practice Start Date: TBD
Cross Country - Start Date: Wednesday, August 16th - Head Coach: Ryan Burns - email@example.com
Football - Start Date: Thursday, August 17th - Head Coach: Jeremy Lutt - firstname.lastname@example.org
Volleyball - Start Date: Tuesday, August 22nd Head Coach: Mark Skiles - email@example.com
High School Practice Start Date: Monday, November 13th
Girls Basketball - Head Coach: Mark Skiles - firstname.lastname@example.org
Boys Basketball - Head Coach: Jason Ahrens - email@example.com
Girls Wrestling - Head Coach: Rob Everett - firstname.lastname@example.org
Boys Wrestling - Head Coach: Nate Morris - email@example.com
Junior High Practice Start Date TBD:
Boys Basketball - Head Coach: Jesse Swantek - firstname.lastname@example.org
Wrestling - Head Coach: Chad Kelley - email@example.com
Girls Basketball - Head Coach: Brady Bergmeyer - firstname.lastname@example.org
High School Practice Start Date: Monday, February 25th
Girls Soccer - Head Coach: Anton Yost - email@example.com
Boys Soccer - Head Coach: Larry Welch - firstname.lastname@example.org
Girls & Boys Track and Field - Head Coach: Tommy Sigler - email@example.com
Junior High Practice Start Date: TBD
Girls and Boys Track and Field - Head Coach: Ryan Burns - firstname.lastname@example.org
Activities Offered at Conestoga Jr/Sr High School:
Band - Contact: Cassi Vallis - email@example.com
The school district sponsors marching band and pep band in addition to concert band. Participants must be enrolled in the music program in order to eligible to participate in these groups.
Cheer Team - Contact: Summer Rieke - firstname.lastname@example.org
Participants are selected by the sponsor(s) or judges appointed by the sponsor. Members of the cheer squad will attend all home and selected away athletic contests.
Choir - Contact: Cassi Vallis - email@example.com
The school district sponsors show choir and concert choir. Participants must be enrolled in the music program in order to eligible to participate in these groups.
Cyber Patriot - Contact: Greg Page - firstname.lastname@example.org
CyberPatriot is the Air Force Association's National Youth Cyber Education Program, created to inspire K-12 students toward careers in cybersecurity or other science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines critical to our nation's future.
Dance Team - Contact: Katherine Bloch - email@example.com
Participants are selected by the sponsor(s) or judges appointed by the sponsor. Members of the dance team will attend all home and selected away athletic contests.
e-Sports - Contact: Jacob Belvery - firstname.lastname@example.org
Esports is an open and inclusive activity centered around competitive video gaming. Students compete in a variety of games across multiple platforms to build skills and hone tactics.
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) - Contact: Jeff Brokaw - email@example.com
FBLA is an integral part of the vocational business department and membership is limited to those students with at least one semester of work in the business education field. One of the primary objectives of FBLA is developing leadership and responsibility.
Future Farmers of America (FFA) - Contact: Kaitlin Taylor - firstname.lastname@example.org
FFA is an integral part of the agricultural education department and all students of that department are urged to belong. The activities include training in leadership, opportunities for travel and recreation, and safety and community service activities. Students may participate in field trips, conventions, judging contests, and hands-on experience.
Journalism - Contact: Allison Dworak - email@example.com
Journalism students write stories and take pictures for the online school newspaper, The Prowl, as well as take pictures and design page spreads for the school yearbook. Students also have the opportunity to submit their work for the state journalism competition held every spring.
Mock Trial - Contact: Nick Hegge - firstname.lastname@example.org
Mock trial is a competition in which students will simulate a real trial. They will compete against other schools learning about the law.
National Honor Society - Contact: Rebecca Spangler - email@example.com
The National Honor Society is a national organization that recognizes student character, scholarship, leadership, and service to the school.
Play Production (One-Act) - Contact: Jessica Schlictemeier - firstname.lastname@example.org
Students will learn the basics of theatre by competing with a touring one-act stage production. Students in grades 9-12 can act, while students 7-12 can participate in stage crew. Auditions typically take place in May, with rehearsals beginning in August and performances beginning in November, ending with the state competition in December. Teams must win the district competition to participate at state. Students should plan on 6 competitions/performances during the season.
Power Lifting - Contact: TJ Quick - email@example.com
The Conestoga Powerlifting Club provides an opportunity for all 7th-12th grade students to train for and experience the sport of Powerlifting (competition lifts of Squat, Bench & Deadlift). All 9th- 12 grade students have the option to also compete in the sport at local meets.
Quiz Bowl - Contact: Tracy Morton - firstname.lastname@example.org
Quiz Bowl team will consist of students that will compete on a wide variety of academic subjects. Usually consisting of 4-5 team members each. Junior High, JV, and Varsity will be offered.
Skills USA - Contact: Ryan Burns - email@example.com
SkillsUSA is a career focused organization that helps prepare students for future careers. Students will be able to participate in leadership conferences, and compete in various career focused competitions at a state and national level.
Student Council - Contact: Amy McHenry - firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Council Members are elected representatives of the student body. Student Council works to support leadership development among its members. We welcome student feedback on issues that arise and work to build school spirit and pride.
Speech - Contact: Jess Schlictememeir - email@example.com
Speech allows students to compete in a variety of public speaking events. Events include public address events (informative, persuasive and entertainment speaking), limited preparation speaking (extemporaneous and impromptu speaking), oral interpretation of literature events (dramatic and humorous prose, poetry, and program of oral interpretation, and declamation at the JH level) and group events (duet acting and oral interpretation of drama).