The Coginchaug Soccer Club
The mission of the Coginchaug Soccer Club is to promote the game of soccer within the towns of Durham and Middlefield Connecticut (CT) and provide a positive soccer experience for all Club participants. The Club will promote the development of coaching and individual player skills to enhance team play and the overall soccer experience. The Club will emphasize fun at all levels of play, good sportsmanship, physical fitness, healthy attitudes and teamwork. Our monthly meetings are held on the first Sunday of the month at 7:00 PM in the Middlefield Community Center; except on holidays, when we meet on the subsequent Sunday.
Visit the CSC website at coginchaugsoccer.org.
Coginchaug Regional High School Scholarship Committee
The Coginchaug Regional High School Scholarship Fund was established in 1970
by a group of Durham and Middlefield parents to assist Coginchaug graduates
in their pursuit of further education.
The Scholarship Committee raises funds throughout the year to provide
scholarships to graduating seniors. The major sources of funds are the
annual Scholarship Ball, the Durham Fair Banana Booth, the Annual Appeal,
and Individual Memorials.Contact: Email the CRHS Scholarship Committee or visit its website.
Project Graduation is a program to help ensure CRHS graduates have a safe and fun environment in which to celebrate after graduation. The organizing committee meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in room 108 at Coginchaug. Contact Paula Doolittle (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Pat Fontaine (email@example.com) for more information. You can also find us on Facebook!
Parents of Performers (POPS)
The goal of POPS is to provide volunteer support and supplemental funding for the enhancement of the music program at Coginchaug. Through various fundraising activities, we help meet needs identified as desirable which are not fully funded by the RSD13 school budget. If you have a student in ANY of the music programs, you are already a member of POPS! We meet the second Wednesday of the month, from September through May, in Room 108 at CRHS. Please join us. Contact Lori St. Amand at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Benchwarmers is a sports and athletics booster group that has raised and donated over $125,000 to purchase equipment and supplies, offer scholarships to deserving scholar-athletes and help with maintenance and infrastructure costs for athletic facilities. Contact Henry Bugai at email@example.com
Coginchaug Football Club
The Coginchaug Football Club is a group of parents of football players and cheerleaders who are helping support the football program at the school. We are a registered 501c(3) non-profit. Funds are raised through the home game program ads, car washes, concessions, apparel sales, tailgating parties and other planned events. These funds are used to provide field equipment such as 5 man blocking sleds, blocking bags, storage trailer, game announcers, practice jerseys, extra uniforms, radios and whatever else the team needs. Meetings are held on a monthly basis to help support the players, cheerleaders and coaching staff. You can learn more about the CFC by joining our Facebook group. If you think you would like to help out, and help is always needed, we would love to have you join us. Contact Nick Faiella, club president, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coginchaug Track Supporters (CTS)
CTS supports the Coginchaug cross-country, indoor and outdoor track programs as well as the Go Far program in district elementary schools and running interests in the wider Durham-Middlefield community. The organization is made up of parents, alumni and interested citizens who have the common goal of supporting our athletes and coaches and help to get a safe athletic facility installed. Since our formation in 2007, we have assisted with the Exchange Club’s spaghetti dinner, provided food service for the Odyssey of the Mind and loaded buses at the Durham Fair to help raise funds for new uniforms for the teams. We provide concessions during the ‘Run to the Sun’ and other home track meets and have been instrumental in the movement to award varsity letters to all athletes at CRHS. New members are always welcome. Check out our Facebook page for more information about running in the Durham-Middlefield community or contact Mary Beth Gossart at email@example.com.
Coginchaug Basketball Booster Club (CBBC)
The CBBC is a group of parents committed to supporting the boys' and girl's basketball teams and their coaches in whatever ways possible, including support with the Hudl video system. Contact Todd Powers at (203) 235-0000 or firstname.lastname@example.org or check out our Facebook page.
CRHS Volleyball Booster Club
The goal of CRHSVBBC is to provide volunteer support and supplemental funding to the CRHS volleyball program. New members are always welcome, and can be anyone from a parent or family member of current or past volleyball student-athletes, to team alumni, or anyone who is interested in supporting the team. CRHSVBBC will meet monthly during the months of June-November and bi-monthly for the remainder of the year. We would love for you to join us! More more information, email Rachel Kurek or find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
CRHS Blue Devils Diamond Club
Parent booster club to support the CRHS Blue Devils Softball and Baseball Varsity and Junior Varsity teams by developing a stronger sense of team, program, school spirit and community. For information contact email@example.com or find us on Facebook.