Sports equipment

Youth Recreation and Sports

Community Education sponsored youth recreation and sports programs provide a positive introduction to athletics.  This experience will include basic skills instruction, maximized participation for all participants, and the presentation of athletics as a fun recreational experience for youth.


Register Now

*Registration Note:  Some programs have in-person only registration such as Jr Bison Baseball, Jr Bison Basketball and Jr Bison Football. For these programs, online registration is not available. Watch the quarterly Community Education catalog, elementary flyers or our web site for in-person registration dates and times.



Todd Lunning

Youth baseball players

Jr Bison Baseball

Designed for player's ages 5-13.  In-person registration typically takes place mid-March or early April. 

Boys and girls youth basketball

Jr Bison Basketball

Designed for players kindergarten through sixth grade.   In-person registration typically takes place in early November. 

Youth playing football

Jr Bison Football

The Bison Youth Football Program is designed for kids entering 1st  through 6th grade.  In-person registration typically occurs mid-July.

Youth volleyball player

Jr Bison Girls Volleyball

For girls grades 3-6.  Registration typically opens mid-August with the program running mid-September to mid-November.

Boys on a ski chair lift

Ski & Snowboard program

For students in grades 3-12 to ski/snowboard at Powder Ridge December and January.  Registration typically opens mid-September and concludes mid-November.

Youth summer tennis players

Summer Sports Camps

Youth camps for grades K-12 we have offered include basketball, tennis, football, soccer, gymnastics, volleyball and swim.  Registration typically opens mid-April.

Community Education oversees a number of youth recreation and sports opportunities including the Jr Bison Football, Jr Bison Basketball, Jr Bison Volleyball, Jr Bison Baseball, Jr Bison Track Meet and the Ski/Snowboard Program.  In addition to these youth programs, our youth recreation program also offer classes such as gymnastics and summer sports camps.


IMPORTANT CONCUSSION INFORMATION:  Visit Minnesota Community Education Association (MCEA) for information to all participating coaches, officials, and youth athletes and their parents or guardians about the nature and risks of concussions, including the effects and risks of continuing to play after receiving a concussion.