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This self defense and exercise class is for children age 7 through high school. Taught in a fun and safe manner, this class is designed to improve concentration, listening skills, and discipline.
Starts Early Winter Session
Homeschool Physical Education Program
For school-aged children. Sessions meet at the Y every Wednesday, 1-2 p.m.
Session 1: January 9 to Februaty 13, 2013
Session 2: February 27 to April 3, 2013
Session 3: April 24 to May 29, 2013
Y Member or Community $60 per session, family of 3 or more $125 per session
Creative Play for Tots
This drop-in class is a time for babies and toddlers ages 1-4 to explore activeplay in the gymnastics area. A parent or guardian will need to accompany children to the class. Activitiesmay include parachute games, movement, bouncing balls, rhythm instruments, and more.
Starts October 2, 2012
Twelve class punch card (available at the front desk):
Youth and Family Workout Program
This program is designed for youths ages 12-13 and their parent/gaurdian. Through this program youths will be allowed to workout in the Fitness Center with their parent/guardian. All participants of this program must attend an equipmnet orientation, fill out a par-q, and sign a contract. All workouts must be done together. Please remember that some of the equipment may not be suitable for all youths due to size. Please call 443-4112x27 or stop by the Fitness Center to make an appointment.
Teen Center (School Year Only)
The Teen Center is for sixth graders and above. The room contains a pool table, foosball, TV, computers and more.
Please note that only the Teen Center staff may adjust, tune, or turn on/off the television.
School year hours:
Sixth through Eighth Grade
For students in grades 6 through 8. Teams will be
Third through Sixth Grade
Boys and girls in grades 3-6 are placed on teams and have a practice and a game each week. Practice days/times will be announced after the Placement Clinic on November 3, 2012:
First and Second Grade
Boys and girls in grades 1 and 2 are invited to join the new and improved 1st and 2nd grade program. The program will begin December 1, 2012. A series of Saturday morning clinics (9 a.m.) will be held during the month of December and games will be played during January and February.
This five week introductory basketball clinic for kindergarten students will be held Saturday mornings, 10a.m or 11a.m. beginning in January 2013. Bring sneakers, wear comfortable clothing, receive an introduction to basketball, and have fun.
Gymnastics training increases strength and flexibility, enhancing performance and preventing injury in any sport. As well as being a sport itself, gymnastics is often used as cross training for sports like martial arts, swimming, diving, dance, and others.
Whether you train in gymnastics to compete, cross-train for other sports, or just for fun and exercise, the self-discipline, self-confidence, individual responsibility, and sense of teamwork you gain from gymnastics training are positive character skills that carry over into all life endeavors.
YMCA gymnastics classes begin at the preschool level (ages three through five) and progress through youth level classes and on to team competition, depending on skill level and interest. Click here for the Adult Gymnastics & Conditioning and Team Skills Class.
Open gymnastics time for gymnasts of all ages and abilities wishing to practice in a less structured setting.
Children ages 2 to 4 will be introduced to all gymnastics apparatus in a structured manner. For 2- and 3-year-olds, parents must be present and stay with the child during the class. For 4-year-olds, parent involvement is encouraged but not required.
Budding gymnasts or those with a casual interest in the sport will enjoy this class. Basic gymnastics skills will be taught. For children grades K-6.
Tumbling is the basis of all gymnastics. This class is for gymnasts and cheerleaders of
all abilities. This class will cover tumbling skills,
floor skills, rope, mini-trampoline, spring board,
and hand balancing. No matter what level you are,
we’re sure you will enjoy this class! All ages.
Athletes considering participation in competitive gymnastics will benefit from our pre-team. Compulsory skills for team will be taught. The goal is for the gymnast to compete the following season for the YMCA gymnastics team.
Competitive Gymnastics Team
Proficient gymnasts ready to commit to a full year of gymnastics including two practices each week and competitions in the spring will delight in the team experience. Please see the Gymnastics Director to determine if your child’s skill level makes him or her eligible. All athletes are expected to be present at the beginning of practice. Additional practice times may be scheduled during vacations. Gymnastics Team befins in September 2012 and goes through the Regional Competition in mid-May 2013.
A minimum deposit of $100 is due at registration. The balance may be paid over a five month period. Call the Y at 443-4112 for more information.
Competitive strokes, endurance, related skills and fun are the focus of our very successful swim team. Although the LRSC have been State Champions for most of the past 20+ seasons, winning is a by-product of our philosophy and approach-not a goal in itself. LRSC strives to offer a fun learning experience where swimmers will thrive.
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What is “The Theme is Freedom Tour?” It’s a constantly evolving educational journey for 8th grade middle school students designed as an integrated approach to teaching history and contributing effectively as citizens. The program culminates in a 7-day trip in late spring or early summer.
How do students prepare for the trip? Students meet together to learn about the places they will visit and how the history and culture of that place or time impacts our world today. Groups participate in a vision process, learn conflict resolution skills, and discuss expectations and consequences for individual and group behavior.
Where do we go? Plimouth Plantation -- New York City Neighborhoods -- Ellis Island -- Lower East Side Tenement Museum -- Independence Park in Philadelphia -- Amish Country -- Lincoln, Washington, Roosevelt Presidential Memorials and Monuments -- Vietnam, Korean, World War II and Iwo Jima War Memorials -- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum -- Smithsonian -- Gettysburg National Park -- Rockefeller Center -- Ground Zero -- Apollo Theater
Why do we take a trip? More than a class trip and bigger than a history lesson, the program engages students in meaningful activities to build positive social competencies. As democratic ideals continue to take center-stage in international events, we find we have countless teachable moments and a heightened sense of pride in our U.S. history.
Fees - The tour fee is based on the length and extent of the program. The fee covers all prep meetings and materials, transportation by motor coach, meals, hotels, entrance fees and a tour jacket. Financial aid is available through our YMCA assistance program.
Contact Information: To find out more about the “The Theme is Freedom Tour” or to bring a program to your school, call or email: Francie Tolan at 443-4112 x29 or email@example.com
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