Baseball, Basketball(Boys), Basketball (Girls), Cross Country (Boys and Girls), Football, Golf (Boys), Golf (Girls) (Combined Program), Soccer (Boys), Soccer (Girls), Softball (Girls), Swimming and Diving(Boys), Swimming and Diving (Girls), Tennis (Boys), Tennis (Girls), Track (Boys and Girls), Volleyball, Wrestling, Cheerleading, Poms
ATHLETIC/ACTIVITIES DEPARTMENT MISSION STATEMENT
- We will operate with integrity, honesty, transparency and fiscal responsibility
- We will comply with the letter and spirit of all rules, regulations, policies and laws, and will honor all promises and commitments
- We will create a positive environment in which all participants are challenged to reach their potential.
- Our staff embraces the challenge presented by the 5A Front Range League and work diligently to prepare our students for success not only in their sports and activities, as well as productive citizens in our community.
- Our extra-curricular opportunities enhance school pride through relationships among all programs, individuals and with the community.
The dedication and commitment athletics and activities demand often provide a challenge more immediate than is usually found in the classroom, making our jobs an invaluable part of the educational experience. Greeley West High School strives to create a positive and equitable environment in which all student participants are challenged and inspired to meet their highest potential inside and outside of the classroom through lessons in sportsmanship, teamwork, communication, leadership, and citizenship.
GreeleyWestHigh School competes in the 5A CHSAA Classification, the highest level of competition in the State of Colorado, in one of the most competitive leagues in the state, the Front Range League. Our athletes, coaches, and sponsors embrace the challenge presented by this level of competition and work diligently to prepare our students for success not only in their sports and activities, but as productive citizens in our community as well.
All of our extra-curricular opportunities should also enhance school pride for all programs by encouraging cooperation and developing positive relationships among all programs and individuals as well as with the community. We must continually work to enhance the school-community relationship through the involvement of parents, alumni, and the general public. This involvement must be positive and constructive in nature. Co-curricular programs are a partnership of these groups; only through joint efforts will programs be able to continually improve. The end result will be meaningful experiences and outlets during and beyond the high school years.
In order to maintain the high level of programs offered at our school, we must provide our co-curricular staff with a positive environment. The Greeley West Motto of “One for all, All for One, All for West” is vital to the success of all programs in our building. We must develop strong interpersonal relationships among all staff members and encourage cooperation among all programs in order to get the most out of our students. Support should be provided to enable the staff to help students develop attitudes which will be beneficial throughout their lifetime. We must see ourselves as a TEAM; selfishness is counter productive to our students and ultimately our programs.
Baseball Brian Holmes firstname.lastname@example.org
Basketball (Boys) Brett Cloepfil * email@example.com
Basketball (Girls) Jennifer Gudahl firstname.lastname@example.org
Cheerleading Brodie Subia* email@example.com
Cross Country Rich Davis firstname.lastname@example.org
Football Jason Renouf email@example.com
Golf (Boys) Mike Conner firstname.lastname@example.org
Golf (Girls) (Combined) Tim Kohler* email@example.com
Poms Peggy Freemole firstname.lastname@example.org
Soccer (Boys) Marty Lordemann* email@example.com
Soccer (Girls) Mike Lordemann* firstname.lastname@example.org
Softball (Girls) Don Wagner email@example.com
Swimming (B & G) Colin Shaha firstname.lastname@example.org
Tennis (Boys/Girls) Ryan Pace* email@example.com
Track (B & G) Rich Davis firstname.lastname@example.org
Volleyball Julie Hagemeister email@example.com
Wrestling Jim Martinez* firstname.lastname@example.org
*Out of Building Coach
Art Club Dawn Feinberg email@example.com
Band Chet Arthur firstname.lastname@example.org
DECA (Marketing Club) TBA
FCCLA (Family & Consumer Science) Cheryl Spittler email@example.com
FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) Mark Jarnot firstname.lastname@example.org
FFA (Future Farmers of America) Kelly Longacre email@example.com
Forensics (Debate Team) Sara Watkins firstname.lastname@example.org
Interact Club (Rotary Service Organization) Rachel Hammer email@example.com
French and Spanish Clubs Marie Fain-Czarnecki firstname.lastname@example.org
Gay/Straight Alliance Elizabeth Dent email@example.com
Junior Class Sponsor Lea Sanford firstname.lastname@example.org
Key Club (Kiwanas Service Organization) Kim Fisher email@example.com
Lampadion (Yearbook) Julie Hagemeister firstname.lastname@example.org
LINK Crew (9th Gde. Orientation Leaders) Kelly Stephens email@example.com
LULAC (League of Latin American Citizens) Marlene Rich firstname.lastname@example.org
Martial Arts Club Travis Krause email@example.com
National Art Honor Society Dawn Feinberg firstname.lastname@example.org
National Honor Society TBA
Orchestra Tom Nugent email@example.com
Pegasus Choir Paige Ecker firstname.lastname@example.org
Potter’s Guild Travis Krause email@example.com
SHIELD (Service Organization) Tammy Parker firstname.lastname@example.org
STAND (Students Taking a New Direction) Tammy Parker email@example.com
Student Council Daniel Mork firstname.lastname@example.org
Technology Students Association TBA
Thespians Peggy Freemole email@example.com
West Word (Newspaper) Dave Falter firstname.lastname@example.org
Yoga Club Laura Light Kovacs email@example.com