Literacy Lunes: Today you are learning how to read the words on the page along with how to understand what you read.  This program will give you the tools to understand the main objective and the hidden details of everything you may read.

We meet every Monday at 3:00p.m. to 4:30p.m. at RMSER in the Pecos Community Center, Rm. 117. (303) 480-9394. 


Sambos Caporales “Illimani”: Our Purpose: The institution Sambos Caporales “Illimani” CO USA has the purpose of expanding, preserving and teaching today’s youth about Cultural and Folkloric heritage.  Such as Bolivia’s rich Culture and Folklore through its many dances like “Caporales”, “Diablada”, “Tinku” and many more of Bolivian origin and Latin Dance along with attacking social issues.  We meet every Monday at 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at RMSER in the Pecos Community Center. (720) 254-4200. (All Ages)


Stafford Boot Camp Training: Learn proper exercise skills that prevent muscle lost to injuries and aging- great for all ages.  Get the stretching and weight programs used by professional athletes from a trainer certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM). 

            Developed by a professional trainer and professional athletes, RMSER will host a conditioning program which focuses on dynamic and challenging training that builds strength, coordination and agility.  The hour long sessions emphasize core conditioning to prevent injuries, increase endurance and enhance functional skills needed to become a healthier and energized person.  We meet every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. (Adults Only)




Homework / Tutoring Time: RMSER is offering tutoring to all children from the grades 1st to 8th at our Community Center.  This session will be supervised by a certified State of Colorado teacher and two adults with a bachelor degree along with one high school AP Math student from North High School.

            This program is a great compliment to parents who are looking for the extra time and motivation to get their kids motivated about their homework and school.  We offer fun new learning styles that maintain interest from your child.  We meet every Tuesday at 3:10 p.m. to 5:10 p.m. 

Youth Leadership Counsel: Today is a day of new leaders.  We at Rocky Mountain SER are welcoming youth to learn how and why leaders are important to their community.  You will learn: >How to start a committee. >How to resolve social conflicts. >Decision making skills. > How to change lives. >Inspire >Create Organizations.  Have fun while learning how to lead this country!  All grades are welcome.  Come join us on Tuesday at 4:30p.m. – 5:30p.m. in room 117 every week. For more information contact Jermaine @ (303) 480-9394. (1st – 8th grade)


Chess Club:  We have all seen those little pieces of wood on a checker game board.  If you would like to learn how to play this weird looking game of Chess, please join us on Tuesday night at 6:15p.m. – 7:15p.m. at Rocky Mountain SER Pecos Community Center to learn.  

            All you need is your mind and patience.  This game will teach you more than the eye can see.  All ages are welcome.  For more information, please contact Jermaine at (303) 480-9394.


Colorado Mestizo Dancers:  Colorado Mestizo Dancers began in September of 1991 with several interested families with talented children who wanted an avenue to present their children, their culture and heritage through the art of Mexican fold dances as well as an opportunity to perform.

            Colorado Mestizo Dancers believes in the preservation of the Mexican Culture.  It addresses this though practice and presentation of the beautiful art of Mexican fold dancing.  With traditional costumes and traditional music from several regions of Mexico, the members of the Colorado Mestizo Dancers express their pride in their culture and heritage.

            Colorado Mestizo Dancers consist of members from ages two to twenty-five years old, and has five levels of dance groups: Beginners, Intermediates, Advance, Adult and Professional/Elites.  The groups practice at several locations throughout Denver and throughout the year.  Included in their repertoire are traditional and favorites from Veracruz “La Bamba”, “El Coco”, and “La Cumbamba”.   From the state of Jalisco “Jarabe Tapatio”, “La Negra”, “El Carretero” and many, many others.  All performed in colorful costumes, sombreros, and intriguing footsteps.

            Come join us at RMSER Pecos Community Center on Tuesday at 5:30p.m. – 6:30p.m. and on Wednesday at 5:30p.m. – 6:30p.m.  For more information contact Jake or Sandy at (303) 433-7146.




Wall Street Workout Wednesday: Today’s youth are getting education from many areas that will have a positive affect on their life.  However, the two areas that are a heavy impact in our world are finances and fitness.  Our youth aren’t taught about the worth of credit, investments or empty calories anywhere in their school system.  This program will train your child with a half hour personal training session along with a half hour of discussing finances and money from various articles from the wall street journal.

Your youth will learn the financial traps today and not when it’s too late as a college student or adult. Come join us on Wednesday at 3:15p.m. – 4:30p.m. at RMSER Community Center.  For more information contact Jermaine at (720) 254-4200.  

Stafford Boot Camp Training:  This program first offered on Monday, where the program is explained.  They also meet on Wednesday at 4:30p.m. – 5:30p.m.


Colorado Mestizo Dancers:  This program first offered on Tuesday, where the program is explained.  They also meet on Wednesday at 5:30p.m. – 6:30p.m.




No Mo Violence Cultural Dance Group:  No “Mo” Violence’s mission is to share and spread the art of dance as a healing.  The dance group started in 1999 with just Mexican folkloric.  Now we offer hip-hop, salsa, and break dancing.  There were about 30 children and adults, as the years past the group grew, we now serve over 110 children and adults.  We perform all over Colorado.  Geranimo “Mo” Maestas was a sophomore at Manual High School.  He was a varsity basketball player while also working at St. Charles Recreational Center.  He was a positive asset to our community and always strived for the best.  He is always in our memories and is deeply missed.

            This program is a place to bring positive energy to the dance floor.  With the spin from the break-dancers to the pop and lock from the sassy Hip Hop female dancers to teaching the folk Mexican dancing.  This program is a positive platform to end the senseless violence of today’s society.

            The group meets on Thursday’s at 6:00p.m. – 7:30p.m.  Come join us at RMSER Pecos Community Center.  For more information contact Cathy Maestas at (720) 404-6721 or Jermaine at (303)480-9394.


S.T.E.M:  We live in a technological world. Livinging the twentyfirst century requires

much more from every individual than a basic ability to read, write, and perform

simple mathematics. Technology affects every aspect of our lives, from enabling

citizens to perform routine tasks to requiring that they be able to make responsible, informed decisions that affect individuals, our society, and the environment  Thursday @ 3:10p.m. – 5:00p.m.




Summer Day Camp – (June & July, ages 9 - 15)

Summer Speed & Conditioning Camp (May - Aug)


Baseball – (Spring, ages 5-10)


RMSER Track & Field Club - Registration is Now! (Season starts early Aug 2012, ages 8-19)


2012 Rocky Mountain SER Youth Championship Football Classic – Registration Open Now!!


To register, please visit the Pecos Community Center, Room 117, or call Jermaine at (720) 254-4200.  The spots will fill up fast.  Don’t miss this great opportunity for your child.