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GOAP Wasatch Introduction to Sports at Old Mill Elementary
April 10 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm$15.00 – $45.00
Dates: Monday, April 10, 17, and 23 at 2:30-3:30pm.
Location : Old Mill Elementary
This program is open to all children in 1st-5th grades.
We are excited to work with Game On! Sports 4 Girls, a multi-sport program that empowers kids ages, 4-14, through sports! Join us for the Monday Spring session of our trademark Multi-Sport Class! The class runs 3 weeks starting Monday, April 10 and ending Monday, April 24. Class runs from 2:30-3:30 p.m. at Old Mill Elementary School and is open to kids in elementary school.
A great way to expose and introduce your child to team sports! Explore and learn a different sport every week. We may cover basketball, soccer, tennis, softball, lacrosse, volleyball, and more in a FUN, nurturing and positive environment! From our years dedicated to working with girls, we have the unique games and expertise to help each of your children to grow as a person and an athlete. As always, attention to teamwork, sportsmanship, self-esteem, respect, giving, and goal setting are incorporated into our program as well.
Please come dressed ready to play – no sandals, bare feet or boots allowed.
*If your child attends another elementary school you will need to arrange transportation to and from Old Mill Elementary.
NEW! Partial Scholarship Availability. We want to provide the opportunity for as many kids as possible to participate in our programs. If you earn less than $50,000 annually, please select a Scholarship ticket to complete your registration. If you earn more than $50,000 annually but less than $100,000 annually and the registration fee is a burden for your family, you may qualify for a partial scholarship. Please complete the Partial Scholarship Application linked here to help us understand your financial challenges. The information you choose to share with us is confidential and will be used only for purposes of determining your eligibility for a partial scholarship. You may be asked to provide documentation (i.e., paystubs, tax forms, or W-2s) to confirm your income and/or other financial information.