Activities, Athletics and Events Status

Note:  Currently, PSD facilities are not available to rent by community groups. This allows district staff time to optimize health, safety, and cleaning protocols . PSD will re-evaluate this decision after first quarter. PSD's outdoor facility spaces are open for PSD athletics use only. Each school has submitted a plan to the district that details how coaches and athletes will comply with COVID-19 guidance, requirements and orders regarding recreation.

Fall athletics 

Middle school 

PSD has made the difficult decision to delay the start of middle school athletics for the 2020-21 school year. The hope is it will resume after the holiday break in early January, with a modified season for all ten sports.

The hard decision followed careful consideration of the needs of student athletes, the logistics of the middle school sports program, and health and safety recommendations/guidance from local and state public health officials, along with review of CHSAA guidelines.


High school


  • The resumption of all activities and athletics are subject to change based upon changes to national, state or local guidelines.  
  • In PSD, there is no coach-athlete contact or practices for sports that are not in the current season being played. 
  • Athletic fee payments and refunds
    • Payments for fall sport district athletic participation fees related to sports deferred until spring will be refunded. 
      • Payments made through SchoolPay via credit or debit card will be refunded and credited to the same card. 
      • Payments made via cash or check will be refunded via check from the district’s accounts payable department within the next two weeks.  
    • Payment for district athletic participation fees for deferred sports can be made approximately two weeks before the sport begins. 
    • Questions about refunds should be emailed to Questions about fees should be directed to your school. 

Registering for sports and CHSAA schedule

Families can register for high school sports on the PSD Athletics website. PSD coaches and athletic directors have developed health safety plans that align with guidance from CHSAA and the Larimer County Department of Health and Environment. 

The Colorado High School Activities Association has announced its 2020-2021 interscholastic athletics and activities calendar. The 2020-21 season will be played with a modified sports schedule with four separate sports seasons - A,B,C and D -  during the school year. All contact sports have been moved to a season later in the calendar.

Each season is approximately seven weeks from start to finish with regular season competition reduced and postseason shortened. If you have questions, please reach out to your school athletic director or visit the PSD Athletics website

Season A  fall sports will begin as scheduled and end by Oct. 17: boys golf, softball, boys tennis and cross country. High school football and cheer/dance begin Sept. 24. 

No sports Oct. 18 - Jan. 3: In anticipation of data from the state which shows a likely resurgence of COVID-19 cases in late fall, there will be a participation moratorium during this time.

Season B, Jan. 4 - March 6: basketball, ice hockey, skiing, spirit, girls swimming and wrestling.

Season C, March 1 - May 1: field hockey, football, gymnastics, boys soccer, unified bowling and girls volleyball.

Season D, April 26 - June 26: baseball, girls golf, boys and girls lacrosse, girls soccer, girls tennis, boys swimming, track and field and boys volleyball.

Find the latest updates on the CHSAA website.


Dates and plans for non-athletic activities continue to be formulated.
For the most current information about  athletic, activities and events,  visit the CHSAA website.

Travel cancelled through 2020

All out-of-state and international field trips have been canceled through the end of 2020.

Contact Information

Questions about athletics in PSD?

Please reach out to you school athletic director or find more information here:

Questions about the 2020-21 school year? 

Please contact your school first. If you still have questions, please email


Questions about COVID-19?

Larimer County Department of Health and Environment

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention