Activities » Olympics




Let the Games Begin! A favorite tradition is Calahan's Annual Olympics Day. Led by our amazing Olympic Committee Chairs, Coach Rey and Ms. Ismail, and supported by the staff, volunteers, parents, and students, the Calahan Olympics is a full day of fun and excitement. 

Go for the Gold! Every child is an Olympian at the Calahan Games. The Olympics take place on the final Friday of the school year. Every grade level represents a country. A color is also assigned to each grade level, which represents specific traits and attributes. (T-Shirts are on sale two weeks prior to the Olympic Games). Each classroom designs a flag (and selects a flag bearer) to be presented at the Opening Ceremony. 

Swifter, Higher, Stronger! Parents are always welcome to come cheer for their child and to enjoy a picnic lunch in the amphitheater. Thank you to all those who make the Olympics possible! 

Outline of Calahan's Olympic Games-

  1. Classrooms assemble outside the amphitheater with the flag bearer leading the procession
  2. Opening Ceremonies
  3. Welcome by our Principal
  4. Flag Salute & National Anthem
  5. Purpose of the Games
  6. Judge's Promise
  7. Athlete's Promise
  8. Olympic Motto
  9. Torch Run
  10. Events & Medal Ceremonies (all day)
  11. Closing Ceremonies
  12. Special Announcements
  13. Final Thank You & Goodbye


Kindergarten represents the country of Australia. Their color is blue, symbolizing trust, loyalty, wisdom, confidence, and intelligence. 

1st Grade represents the country of North America. Their color is red, symbolizing energy, strength, power, and determination. 

2nd Grade represents the country of Asia. Their color is yellow, symbolizing honor, optimism, intellect, and happiness.

3rd Grade represents the country of Europe. Their color is green, symbolizing harmony, growth, stability, and endurance.

4th Grade represents the country of South America. Their color is orange, symbolizing enthusiasm, creativity, encouragement, and success.

5th Grade represents the country of Africa. Their color is pink (or purple), symbolizing nobility, ambition, dignity, and independence. 


We continue to add events to the Calahan Olympics. Every student at Calahan selects and competes in two Olympic events. During set rotations, first, second, and third place medals are awarded for each event in every grade level. Students are called to stand on the medal podiums as their friends and classmates cheer them on. It is a day to celebrate comaraderie and good sportsmanship! 

Calahan's Olympic Events-

  • Discus
  • Broad Jump
  • Archery
  • 50 Yard Dash
  • Frisbee Golf
  • Splash Dash
  • Weightlifting
  • Soccer Slalom
  • Obstacle Course
  • Basketball
  • 3 by 3 Relay


*  Coach Rey & Ms. Ismail!  *

(Olympic Committee Chairs)