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

    Olathe Youth Baseball 2019 posted on November 19th, 2018

    Olathe Youth Baseball is a premiere baseball organization that has been serving Johnson County’s youth since 1953.  OYB is dedicated to players seven years of age through high school seniors who want to play baseball.  Players can register in the Early Bird Registration (January 2-31) or February 1-March 11 Regular Registration. 

    ONW Winter Art Camp posted on October 16th, 2018

    Olathe Northwest Visual Arts is hosting a morning of art making on December 1 for students gr. 2-6.  

    Brocaw Blazers posted on October 11th, 2018

    Any young athlete wanting to become a better runner is encouraged to be a part of the Brocaw Blazers.  Practices and meets are not required, but they are encouraged.  $50 registration includes Club Dry fit shirt, entry fees into five meets, YES-Athletics membership and positive environment with great coaches! 

    Empire KC Swim Club – now with Olathe location! posted on September 27th, 2018

    Individuals between the ages of 5 and 25 are invited to join a year-round, competitive swim team organized by Empire KC Swim Club.  A new practice site at Oregon Trail Middle School is now available. 

    Volunteer Service hours available… posted on September 10th, 2018

    Champions Special Ministries is a non-profit, faith-based organization that provides services and programs for children and adults with intellectual, physical, and developmental disabilities.  Volunteer opportunities for students/adults (15 years or older) are available once a month at Hillcrest Covenant Church. 

    Meet and Eat posted on September 4th, 2018

    Free meals at the Olathe Public Library for ages 18 and under.  Monday through Friday, August 16 to January 4. 

    Heart & Sole – Girls on the Run posted on August 27th, 2018

    Middle school girls are invited to be a part of Heart and Sole… a 10-week program that supports and builds important life skills.  The group meets at Heartland Community Church. 

    Rowing for Teens (14 to 18) posted on August 21st, 2018

    The KC Rowing Club is looking for crew members.  The Fall season is now open to new rowers.  Get toned, be a part of a focused, disciplined team in a low-impact, no-contact sport that’s active year-round. 

    Those Left Behind – Supporting Teen Survivors of Suicide posted on March 28th, 2018

    Those Left Behind is a support group to help connect high school and college age survivors left behind after the loss of a family member to suicide.  This secular based support group is facilitated by licensed mental health therapists.  Parental permission to participate is required if under the age of 18.  More info on flyer. 

    ACEing Autism posted on February 8th, 2018

    ACEing Autism provides a tennis clinic designed specifically for children with Autism.  Each participant will have, at minimum, a one-on-one volunteer to help them throughout the session.  Tennis rackets are available if needed.  Please contact Katie Harris at aceingkansas@gmail.com for additional information.  Cost and registration information provided on flyer.  Location:  Kansas City Racquet Club, 6501 E. Frontage Rd. Merriam KS.