News and Announcements
Please go to: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0c45a9af2e5-chatfield to sign up to work the concession stand at home games.
To staff the concession stand, we ask that all families pick two shift time slots per player, and also consider donating baked goods.
For Baked Goods, we ask that you bring at least 1 dozen of your item.
•Please have the items individually wrapped and ready to sell.
•The cookies can be 2-4 cookies per bag, depending on the size.
•Bars should be cut approximately 3″×3″ in size please.
•Have them to the booth by 5:00 PM that day.
•The best sellers are chocolate chip cookies, brownies, rice krispie bars or cupcakes.
Thanks for your help and support of our Chatfield Volleyball program!!
The 2017 season will be my 11th season as head coach and my 13th season with the program. I absolutely cherish this role!
I taught math at Chatfield for eight years and loved that role, too. Before that, I taught for one semester at Wheat Ridge High School. I graduated with a Mathematics degree and a Secondary Education masters degree from Texas Christian University. Go Frogs!
I am a Chatfield grad myself, as is my husband Ryan (you’ll see him on the sidelines with varsity – he’s the analytics guy). :) We have two daughters: Lucy, 6, and Molly, 3.
I love to be with my family, read actual books, and watch all kinds of sports. My favorite color is purple and my favorite Disney princess is Belle. I have only skied once in my life.
I am very excited to be back for my second season being a part of the Chatfield Volleyball program; this is my fourth season coaching overall.
I graduated in 2010 from Standley Lake High School where I played volleyball and also ran track and field all four years.
Currently, I work at Lutheran Medical Center as a CNA and I love my job being able to help and care for people. I am also going to school for nursing but will be finishing my other degree in Psychology and Biology in the fall, needless to say I love being around people and enjoy being able to help.
When I can get free time, I love to be outdoors- hiking, backpacking, camping, snowboarding and paddle boarding. I enjoy reading books and making crafts. My favorite colors are purple and green and I am a huge sports fan, especially the Broncos and the Avalanche!
Brenda is originally from the farm in St. Peter, MN, and attended college at St. Cloud State University earning a BS degree in Speech Communication & Marketing. She met her husband, Doug, in college and they have 2 daughters, Brooklyn and Erika.
This is Brenda’s first year coaching at Chatfield. She coached CARA for four years, was the head coach for Chatfield Gold Crown last season, and is going into her 3rd year as a head coach at Juggernaut Volleyball, where she is also the Accounting Manager.
Any spare time is spent outside tinkering with flowers and the garden, or doing genealogy and working towards publishing her family history.
“My passion for coaching goes deeper than just training the techniques of volleyball. It is also about teaching self-respect, self-discipline, and what it means to be a part of a team.”
The 2017 season will be my 1st season as a coach! I graduated Chatfield in 2013, and I am beyond exited to be rejoining the Chatfield Volleyball family! I have 13 years of volleyball experience and passion that I would love to share.
I recently graduated from Graceland University in Lamoni, Iowa, which is a small town most people have never heard of. I played volleyball all four years, was an office assistant for my head coach and helped with the men’s volleyball program. I have my degree in Health and a minor in Spanish. This January I will go on to pursue a nursing degree.
I’m a Littleton native who loves to be in the mountains or with my family. My favorite color is purple and I have read the Harry Potter series 12 times.
Please use this link for the part about “Register Here for the 2017 Fall Season”
Congratulations to Coach Schick for being selected as 2016-2017 Jeffco 5A Coach of Female Sports by Jeffco Athletics. Great job!!
The Chatfield Gold Crown Program offers teams for 6th, 7th and 8th graders – but 5th graders are welcome as well. This is a competitive, city-wide, fall volleyball league with an emphasis on player development and preparation for high school volleyball. This program teaches proper form and techniques in serving, setting, hitting and positioning.
August 21, 2017 – Player assessments will be held in the CSH Main Gym.