Boulder County Friday Run!

It is time to organize car pool for tomorrow’s (Friday, June 14) run in Boulder County.

Click HERE to let us know if you can join us or if you can drive.

  • Meet in the teachers’ lot at 8:00 am.
  • We will arrive at   The Coalton Trail Head  around 8:45 ish am.
  • If you haven’t already, have your parent or guardian fill out a permission slip Friday Run Permission Slip  Bring this to one of the coaches or email to Ruth (ruthspano@aol.com)
  • Wear a watch and sunscreen.
  • Bring 1 or 2 water bottles
  • We should be back by 11:30 am.

White Ranch Friday Trail Run

Celebrate the end of the first week of summer training with a team trip to White Ranch!

Here are the details:

  • Meet in the teachers’ lot at 8:00 am on Friday, June 7
  • Bring water (maybe 2 bottles)
  • Wear sunscreen
  • Map White Ranch Map
  • Let us know if you are joining us and if you can drive or need a ride by clicking here: RSVP for White Ranch
  • Arrive back at East before noon.  Probably between 11 and 11:30 ish.
  • Learn some fun tips on the basics of trail running
  • If you haven’t filled out a permission slip yet, fill this out and return to Coach Kohuth Friday Run Permission Slip

Yay! The Friday fun runs are back!!

5 great reasons to sign up for Summer Camp

  1.  Run and train in the beautiful Rocky Mountains

  2. We order camp t-shirts tomorrow (Wednesday).  Sign up tonight (Tuesday) if you want a t-shirt in your size.

  3. Get to know your teammates and coaches

  4. Develop a focused summer and fall training plan that works for you and your level of fitness

  5. Prepare for an awesome fall cross country season!

Go Angels!

Join your teammates and coaches for the East Cross Country High Altitude Camp.  June 18 – 20.

  • Click here to register: High Altitude Running Camp Registration
  • Click here for DPS required forms for Camp: 2019-20 POA
    • These forms must be filled out by parents and students and need to be notarized.
    • Return these forms to Coach Kohuth or email to ruthspano@aol.com
  • Cost is $165 and paid on the above link.  If the cost is prohibitive, please contact Coach Kohuth at steven_kohuth@dpsk12.org.  We want all runners who are interested in coming to attend.
  • INCOMING FROSH ARE ESPECIALLY ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND.

 

Summer Camp Sign Up

We are aiming to get sign ups for camp filled by June 7. Please sign up as soon as you can so we can plan our trip.

As a reminder, camp will be June 18-20 at Snow Mountain Ranch in Tabernash.

  • Click here to register: High Altitude Running Camp Registration
  • Click here for DPS required forms for Camp: 2019-20 POA
    • These forms must be filled out by parents and students and need to be notarized.
    • Return these forms to Coach Kohuth or email to ruthspano@aol.com
  • Cost is $165 and paid on the above link.  If the cost is prohibitive, please contact Coach Kohuth at steven_kohuth@dpsk12.org.  We want all runners who are interested in coming to attend.
  • INCOMING FROSH ARE ESPECIALLY ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND.

Email Ruth with questions.

Important Info for Summer Training

Welcome to East High School Summer XC Training!  While summer training is not mandatory, it is the best way to make your East XC experience rewarding and enjoyable.

Here are key dates and links for your upcoming East XC Summer Adventure:

  • Summer practice begins on Monday, June 3 at 8:00 am.  Meet at the Big E in front of the school.  Bring your water bottle and wear sunscreen.
    • Summer practice will be Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 8:00 am.
  • Friday practice will be a trail run in the foothills of Denver/Boulder.
    • Meet in teachers’ parking lot at 8:00 am for Friday runs.
    • Fill out the permission slip, Friday Run Permission Slip and return to Coaches or email to steven_kohuth@dpsk12.org
    • Bring extra water
    • We will ask for volunteers to help drive.  Check this site for sign up info.
  • Camp will be June 18-20 at Snow Mountain Ranch in Tabernash.
  • Click here for the 2019 Summer Running Guide: 2019 East High School XC Summer Running Guide
  • Click here for the 2019 Summer Training Schedule: XC summer training schedule 2019
    • If you are out of town, working or can’t attend practice, refer to this for your workout(s).
  • We use LogARun.com to keep track of your time or miles and to share with your coaches.

    You need to register and join the EastXC team, then set your preferences to share with team. At a minimum, you should record every run you do (either minutes or miles run) or how many minutes of cross training you did that day. Commenting on where you ran, how hard or fast you ran, and how you felt during the run will make the log more meaningful. You should also record your race results and best times over different courses and distances in your running log.

  • Spike Night at Runner’s Roost:  To be announced soon.  This is a special night to gather with teammates, get professional advice on training shoes and eat pizza!  Runner’s Roost offers all of our athletes discounts on shoes and they contribute part of the sales to our team. 

The cross country coaches are excited to meet our new athletes and see our returning runners on Monday, June 3 at 8:00 am!

See you tonight!

Just a quick reminder that tonight we will meet from 6:00-8:00 in the East Auditorium to talk about summer training and the upcoming cross country season. The meeting is for parents and runners.

You can RSVP for this meeting at this link.

Feel free to share this email with anyone who also might be interested.

If you can’t make it, we will post information on summer training on the website after tonight. You can also sign up for the camp anytime from the website too.

See you soon!

 

Meeting this Tuesday!

The season launch meeting and social for PARENTS AND RUNNERS will be on Tuesday, MAY 21 from 6:00-8:00 in the East Auditorium. We will have information about summer training, high altitude camp, and the upcoming season, and a chance to meet athletes and coaches. You can RSVP for this meeting at this link.

Feel free to share this email with anyone who also might be interested.

If you can’t make it, we will post information on summer training on the website after Tueday. You can also sign up for the camp anytime from the website too.

See you soon!