General Notice
  • Multitudes of opportunities, camps and clinics are available within the district and throughout the community and region. The District supports and encourages activities that promote development for our students. In lieu of paper distributions, all information is provided in this centralized location and accessible to patrons and students for participation at their discretion. The District bears no responsibility as to the accuracy of the information and inclusion does not constitute an endorsement of the activity.
  • Recent Posts

    Victory Soccer Camp 2017 posted on May 22nd, 2017

    Victory Soccer Camp teaches soccer fundamentals along with integrity, good character qualities and leadership skills for boys and girls ages 5-12.  Four Johnson County locations are offered in an a.m. format.  Goran Hunjack is camp director. 

    Youth Tech Summer 2017 posted on May 18th, 2017

    Youth Tech Inc. offers summer classes for students ages 10-17 and 6-12 in creating animations, building video games, program apps and Battle Robots.  See attachment for specific class listing.  Space is limited.  Locations vary. 

    Pioneer Volleyball Camp posted on May 10th, 2017

    The coaching staff at MNU Volleyball offers camps for female students Gr. 1-2 throughout the summer.  Camps are offered in beginner, intermediate and advanced skills on the MNU campus. 

    STEM Engineering Summer Camps posted on May 8th, 2017

    Play-Well TEKnologies in conjunction with Olathe Parks and Recreation is offering STEM Engineering Summer Camps at a variety of Johnson County locations, including the Olathe City Hall.    Camps are for children ages 5-12.  All camps are 3 hours per day, T-Th or M-F, depending on location. 

    HERO Day posted on May 5th, 2017

    The Olathe Fire Department is hosting their 2nd annual HERO Day designed to introduce young women (ages 14-19) to the fire service.  At HERO Day, participants will be alongside Olathe firefighters in a controlled environment in activities like search and rescue, hose line deployment, emergency medical services, bunker gear drills, extrication and more.  The purpose of this annual event is to raise awareness about careers in the fire service by developing and enhancing leadership, problem-solving and team-building skills among Olathe’s youth. 

    Young Rembrandts – Summer Art Workshops posted on May 3rd, 2017

    Looking for a creative outlet full of confidence-boosting fun?  Young Rembrandts is back with new summer workshops for children ages 6-12!  Choose from Art Masters Pastel, Superhero Cartoon, Anime and Horse workshops at the Olathe Community Center. 

    CyberPatriots – Cyber Camp posted on May 2nd, 2017

    Students in grades 6-12 are invited to attend a summer cyber camp held July 24-28 at Olathe Northwest High School.  The camp is hosted by the Olathe Northwest Cyber Patriots and sponsored by the Olathe Public Schools Foundation.  Students will be introduced to cyber security, STEM career opportunities and learn important cyber defense skills.  Cost:  FREE with a snack and drink provided.  Students need to provide their own lunch. 

    Wonderworks Lab 2017 posted on May 1st, 2017

    Children ages 4-Gr. 5 are invited to attend a free, fun-filled event hosted by Legacy Christian Church at their future Olathe campus location June 5-8, 6:30-8:30 p.m.    Pre-registration form provided.

    Camp emPOWER posted on April 27th, 2017

    Middle School students are invited to find the leader within by attending Camp emPOWER, a summer day camp for students ages 12-14, hosted by Olathe Parks and Recreation.  Campers will engage in leadership education, along with volunteerism, trips and fun activities. 

    Black Rockets – Launch Your Creativity posted on April 27th, 2017

    Ages 8-14 are invited to attend week-long classes and work with technology and make cool creations such as games and 3D models.  Hosted by Olathe Parks and Recreation at the Olathe Community Center.  Various themes and age groups are available throughout the summer.