Countdown to Summer!
JUNE 4 - JULY 27, 2018
Grades: Entering 3 - 5
The summer-long emphasis on playing the “right way,” will concentrate on sportsmanship, fundamentals, rules, hustle, positive attitude and the ability and willingness to listen and learn. Campers will participate in basketball, baseball, football and soccer, as well as kickball, and other games designed to promote cooperation, patience and teamwork. Campers will swim daily in the large outdoor pool and participate in instructional swim. Additionally, sports campers join general day camp for the overnight at the J and a fun-filled trip to Blue Bayou Water park.
Grades: Entering 6 - 8
Tennis Camp includes a full day of programming. Mornings focus on tennis skills and gameplay. Afternoons will be spent at the JCC eating lunch, swimming, and participating in various athletic activities. Tennis campers will receive valuable instruction as they develop their forehand, backhand, serve and volley within a small group at a tennis facility and in the JCC gymnasium. They will be evaluated and grouped according to skill level. All skill levels are welcome to participate.
$310 per week. Register for all four weeks and get $100 off your total tuition.
|Week 1||June 4 - 8, 2018|
|Week 2||June 11 - 15, 2018|
|Week 3||June 18 - 22, 2018|
|Week 4||June 25 - June 29, 2018|
For information, please contact:
Uptown Sports Director, Neal Alsop, at 897.0143 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Metairie Sports Director, PJ Jones, at 887.5158 or email@example.com
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