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    Archery

    Class progression (see descriptions below): Grades 3-5 Explore Archery 1, Explore Archery 2, USA Archery Level 1 Grades 5-7 Explore Archery 1, Explore Archery 2, USA Archery Level 1 *USA Archery Level 1 students in grades 3-7 must have completed the progression or be on a NASP/USA Archery/NFAA Team for 1 year or have taken previous classes (students must provide proof of archery experience and be approved by instructor to participate in class) Grades 8-12 USA Archery Level 1 (no progression needed) Explore Archery The Explore Archery program is an introduction to archery for all ages. Each session focuses on a particular aspect of archery. Some sessions will focus on form, others on scoring, some on accuracy, and also safety. Instruction is done in the form of games geared toward each skill. Archers have the ability to earn up to five achievement medals for completing each skill. This class can be taken by any level of archer, as it works on the core skills needed to be successful. All archers will register separately with USA Archery for a free membership. USA Archery Level 1 Introduces foundational topics critical to success in more advanced sessions. Students moving on will demonstrate mastery of safety and the 4-step process. It is common to take this level more than once. Includes four instructional hours broken into four days of instruction. This class works on the core skills needed to be successful. All archers will register separately with USA Archery for a free membership. Topics: ●Range safety ●11-step shot process ●Competition Scoring ●Mental Management Note: All equipment is provided for use during class. A waiver form will be provided prior to class beginning that must be turned in to the instructor on the first day of class.
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    Fundamentals of Basketball

    This class is designed to teach kids the fundamentals of basketball. Lessons will focus on shooting form, dribbling skills, and passing. Beginners and experienced students are welcome. Students will have the opportunity to play 5 on 5 against each other. Developing a positive culture that promotes self-confidence and teamwork will be our foundation. Students will be engaged in various drills and games to help improve their basketball fundamentals. *Note: No transport provided for this class for students not enrolled in MES ASP. Students must be dropped off and picked up by parents.
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    Gymnastics and Tumbling Session 1

    Session 1 - August 22-October 14, 2022 Classes offered Monday - Friday. There are four eight-week sessions offered during the school year. Gymnastics is a sport that requires balance, strength, flexibility, agility, coordination and endurance. The skills and movements required in gymnastics contribute to the development of all muscle groups. Movement Education gives students an understanding of anatomy combined with effort and spatial awareness. The accomplishments of their goals/skills promotes self confidence in a fun learning environment. Safety is always a top priority when teaching skill progression. Gymnastics classes include instruction on the balance beam, uneven bars, floor, vault and parallel bars. Classes are for boys and girls. Tumbling classes specialize in perfecting floor skills. At least one year of gymnastics classes is required unless approved by instructor. All classes are one hour with the option to take more than once a week. Following registration, instructor will place each student in appropriate class based on age and ability.
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    Gymnastics and Tumbling Session 2

    Session 2 - October 17-December 16, 2022 Classes offered Monday - Friday Gymnastics is a sport that requires balance, strength, flexibility, agility, coordination and endurance. The skills and movements required in gymnastics contribute to the development of all muscle groups. Movement Education gives students an understanding of anatomy combined with effort and spatial awareness. The accomplishments of their goals/skills promotes self confidence in a fun learning environment. Safety is always a top priority when teaching skill progression. Gymnastics classes include instruction on the balance beam, uneven bars, floor, vault and parallel bars. Classes are for boys and girls. Tumbling classes specialize in perfecting floor skills. At least one year of gymnastics classes is required unless approved by instructor. All classes are one hour with the option to take more than once a week. Following registration, Instructor will place each student in appropriate class based on age and ability.
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    Gymnastics and Tumbling Session 3

    Session 3: January 9 - March 10, 2022 Classes offered Monday - Friday Gymnastics is a sport that requires balance, strength, flexibility, agility, coordination and endurance. The skills and movements required in gymnastics contribute to the development of all muscle groups. Movement Education gives students an understanding of anatomy combined with effort and spatial awareness. The accomplishments of their goals/skills promotes self confidence in a fun learning environment. Safety is always a top priority when teaching skill progression. Gymnastics classes include instruction on the balance beam, uneven bars, floor, vault, and parallel bars. Classes are for boys and girls. Tumbling classes specializes in perfecting floor skills. At least one year of gymnastics classes is required unless approved by instructor. All classes are one hour with the option to take more than once a week. Following registration, instructor will place each student in an appropriate class based on age and ability, and confirmation of day/time of class will be sent via email to account owner.
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    Gymnastics and Tumbling Session 4

    *Note: Session 4 open only to students previously enrolled in Sessions 1, 2 or 3. Session 4: March 13 - May 12, 2022 Classes offered Monday - Friday Gymnastics is a sport that requires balance, strength, flexibility, agility, coordination and endurance. The skills and movements required in gymnastics contribute to the development of all muscle groups. Movement Education gives students an understanding of anatomy combined with effort and spatial awareness. The accomplishments of their goals/skills promotes self confidence in a fun learning environment. Safety is always a top priority when teaching skill progression. Gymnastics classes include instruction on the balance beam, uneven bars, floor, vault and parallel bars. Classes are for boys and girls. Tumbling classes specializes in perfecting floor skills. At least one year of gymnastics classes is required unless approved by instructor. All classes are one hour with the option to take more than once a week. Following registration, Instructor will place each student in appropriate class based on age and ability.
  • Little Toughies

    Little Toughies is a program designed to introduce girls grades K-5 to a variety of sports and encourage them to find a sport that interests them while giving them the confidence to pursue it. Girls will focus on a different sport each week for an eight-week session. Class is held twice per week. Examples of sports to be introduced are soccer, basketball, baseball/softball, street hockey, kickball/dodgeball, volleyball, lacrosse, and running.
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    Prep Volleyball Academy

    Beginner class is designed to teach beginners the fundamentals of volleyball. We use a lighter ball, smaller court segments and lower nets. The program’s focal point is fun and enjoyment while developing agility, hand and eye coordination, body movement, and ball control work. Team play is incorporated with motor learning and skill development. Reminders: Bring water and proper sports attire (shorts, T-shirt, and comfortable running sneakers with good grip or volleyball shoes). **If you have/plan on buying volleyball shoes, they are STRICTLY meant for indoor court use. Please come in a different pair of shoes (i.e; crocs, slides, flip flops), and once inside, player can change shoes. Please make sure socks are brought or worn. Knee pads are suggested but not required. No transport is available for this class.
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    Scoops Lacrosse

    Scoops is a Lacrosse class that encourages the appreciation of physical activity and health. Students can develop a passion for playing Lacrosse with a focus on having fun while learning. Students will learn how to run with the ball, throw, catch, score, and more. There are two levels offered for this course though no experience is needed for either age group. Beginner skills will be taught for grades PK-2 and more advanced practice and scrimmages will be included for skill development for grades 3-5. All Lacrosse goals, sticks, and balls are included during class time.
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    Taekwondo

    Taekwondo is translated into “the way of the hands and feet” and is designed to enhance balance, agility, and flexibility. Courtesy, respect, perseverance, self-control, and positive thinking are the foundations for achieving success in martial arts training. Master Flemmings is a 6th degree black belt, and he has additional martial arts instruction in Karate, Mudukwan, Hapkido, Jujitsu, Krav Maga (Israeli Self Defense) and Hwa Rang Do. Placement in the class will be determined at time of registration. Uniforms must be worn. Uniforms can be obtained through online purchase using the vendor of your choice. A three-piece, white set with a V-neck top, pants, and belt is recommended. Belt testing is available through the instructor. *To view pricing options, use drop down box and click on each option to view. Class can be paid monthly or yearly.
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    Tennis

    This is an introduction to tennis class, designed to bring kids into the game by utilizing specialized equipment, shorter court dimensions and modified scoring, all tailored to age and size. It’s the fast, fun way to get kids into tennis and keep them playing. These are year-long classes. Students will need a 21, 23 or 25-inch racket, available from any sporting goods outlet or discount store. If you do not have a racket or do not know what size your child needs, the instructor will provide a sample for your child to try before you make a purchase.
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    Tormenta Futures Soccer

    Tormenta Futures Soccer is a soccer and movement education program children grades PK-2. Students will learn the basic skills including dribbling, passing, scoring, and game play with a focus on sportsmanship. All equipment provided for use during class.
  • Track

    Add some variety to your list of sport accomplishments through the Fall Endurance program. Let your child experience the excitement of running while realizing their physical and mental potential. This five-session endurance program, designed and lead by RHHS’s USATF certified, 10x Savannah Morning News’ Cross County Coach of the Year, Levi Sybert, brings focus to endurance running and the sport of Cross Country in a fun and interactive way. Participants will meet at Richmond Hill’s Track Complex where they will be paired up with students of similar ability in order to prepare for their own exclusive race that will be run at the TraXC Cross Country Invite on October 12 . Our goal is that each child will experience first hand how to find fun and thrill in an activity they can do anywhere at anytime. Open to grades K-5. No transport available for this class.