Clubs and Groups

Some of these activities are not sponsored nor endorsed by the Douglas County School District or any of its schools. The District assumes no responsibility for the conduct during or the safety of the activities. Non-Sponsored activities will include an outside vendor designation.

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Running Club at Eagle Ridge!

Please join the running club at Eagle Ridge Elementary! Our goal is to meet twelve times running one mile each time and then cumulating with a celebration as we complete the last one mile for a half marathon!


Battle of the Books

Mrs. Meredith, our ERE librarian, brought Battle of the Books back to Eagle Ridge in 2019 and is hoping it will be an option again this year.  We will post information here as we know more!

About Battle of the Books:

Battle of the Books is a bowl-style trivia tournament that's all about books, engaging hundreds of young minds every year. The program is active at Douglas County Libraries' Castle Rock, Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree, and Parker locations. Dozens of teams in grades 3-6 compete against each other in interschool battles and finals tournaments to determine a district-wide champion for all of Douglas County. Check out Douglas County Library Battle of the Books website:

Battle of the Books Rules

EBOP: Band and Orchestra at Eagle Ridge

Do you know the benefits of playing an instrument, just a few are:

  1. Increases the capacity of your memory

  2. Refines your time management and organizational skills

  3. Boosts your team skills.

  4. Teaches you perseverance

  5. Enhances your coordination

  6. Betters your mathematical ability

  7. Improves your reading and comprehension skills

  8. Increases your responsibility.

In essence, playing an instrument is good for you and fun! So join EBOP! Here is some information.



Chess Club:

See FLIER for more info

While the school district has temporarily suspended enrichment programs due to Covid-19,
National Master, Todd Bardwick, will be offering 5 different online Chess Classes after school from 4:00-5:00 p.m. each day of the week from mid-September to early November. 

Tuesday will be for Beginner students (students who are younger or don't know how to play). 

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday will be for Intermediate students. Different topics will be taught in the Intermediate students can sign up for more than one class and learn different chess topics.

The classes will be held on Zoom. Todd will teach the first half hour and the kids will play against each other the second half hour in his private room on All kids will also receive their choice of books, either Chess Workbook for Children or Chess Strategy Workbook.


Spanish Club


Art Enrichment Classes!