You have been chosen to participate in an additional lacrosse opportunity. This includes:
Participating in a Round Robin Tournament of 6th Grade All-Stars at Easton Park (Jamboree site). The games will take place on Saturday, June 4th. Games will be played at 5:00/6:00/7:00pm Check in time 4:30pm at the Park.
All-Star training Camp/Practice June 1-2-3rd from 5-7:00 pm at Lorenz Park at County Line and Colorado Blvd.. The Camp will be an exposure to college players and coaches. Staff from Regis University (coaches and players) will be facilitating the training.
Total cost to participate is $110 which includes a game T-shirt, camp fee, field rental, ref fees at Easton Park and a small stipend for the coaches. ($50 for the Tournament only) ($60 for the training). You can do both or choose one according to your schedule.
PLEASE send a check payable to CGLA (by June 1st) and place 6th grade all-stars on the memo line. If payment is not received by the due date, we will assume that you are not participating. Or make arrangements with Marc or Kate at email addresses below.
Checks and player information form please MAIL to:
PO Box 201495
Denver, Co 80220
The CGLA has been identified as a potential US Lacrosse Gold Stick League based on your track record of providing a quality and safe playing experience for young players. The US Lacrosse Gold Stick Program is a new initiative that provides a model set of standards for youth leagues to follow to create the best environment for children to participate in lacrosse. We feel strongly that the leagues that follow these standards will best serve their local lacrosse communities, and we’ll do our part in using US Lacrosse communications vehicles, such as Lacrosse Magazine, to make sure that these leagues are appropriately celebrated.
Listed below is a brief summary of the standards:
1. Rules: League must adhere to all current US Lacrosse youth rules and age guidelines, have them publicly available and regularly communicated to program coaches, administrators, and parents.
2. League Administration: League has current, written policies for league governance that are publically available and regularly communicated to program administrators, coaches, parents and players through a multi-faceted communication system.
3. Safety and Risk Management: League has written policies and plans for safety and risk management that are publicly available and regularly communicated to program coaches, administrators, and parents. Unless specifically noted, all policies are followed during all practices and games.
4. Player Safety and Sportsmanship: League demonstrates a commitment to the safety of their players by publishing and promoting current information related to healthy lacrosse activity. League provides a detailed, written sportsmanship policy to players, parents, coaches, officials and administrators.
5. Screened, Trained and Certified US Lacrosse Coaches: All head coaches are NCSI background checked, trained, and at least Level 1 certified through the US Lacrosse Coaching Education Program.
6. Trained/Certified US Lacrosse Officials: Leagues must require, at a minimum that all officials assigned to league games are certified by their Local Board, and hold a current on-field rating prior to any assignment to the programs contests. All contests (with the exception of U-9 on a shortened field) will have a minimum of two officials assigned to each contest.
7. Membership: All players, coaches, officials and administrators are current US Lacrosse members.