Category Archives: Gradeschoolers

DC Way is Hosting Spring Break Soccer Camp April 12-16!

 

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DC Way Soccer: Weekly Skills Clinics, Strikers School, & Goalkeeping School

 

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Registration Now Open: Join DC Way Academy’s Spring Soccer Season!

 

Do you want your child to play competitive soccer, improve their skills, and, most importantly, have fun?  If so, you’ll be interested to know that registration for DC Way Academy’s spring season is currently open, and they are looking for U8-U11 players to join their unique soccer club!

Their program will run from March 10 to June 13 at the Fields at RFK Campus in DC. By signing up, your child will have the opportunity to participate in a Spring League, practice at a competitive level, and create amazing friendships that will last a lifetime.

 

Are you wondering what makes DC Way Academy’s curriculum different?  Their coaches deliver world-class sessions and provide insight on how to improve the fundamental techniques and skills that all soccer players require. Their team creates a warm, professional, and friendly environment to nurture young athletes allowing them to flourish and reach their maximum potential.

DC Way Academy’s training curriculum is diverse and entertaining, meant to engage and excite young players, and foster an enjoyable learning environment. Players learn necessary technical skills as well as essential cognitive skills like spatial awareness, tactical knowledge, and risk assessment, all the while developing their crucial game intelligence. DC Way Academy’s certified and professional coaches will take your child to the next level, all the while having a blast.

The soccer club is implementing extra precautions to provide the best experience possible under CDC and local health authorities’ health and safety guidelines. Their staff are masked and practice social distancing measures, and all players wear masks during practices and matches. The club is committed to keeping the players and their families safe during these times.

 

Jumpstart your child’s soccer career and contact DC Way Academy today to set up a tryout! More information about their program — including descriptions, pricing, schedules, and registration — is available on their website and Facebook page. You can also call 571-490-1275 or email [email protected] to learn more.

 

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Spring Enrollment Open for Live Virtual Programs with Young Playwrights’ Theater!

 

Do you know a young person with an interest in creative writing and a story to tell? The Digital Playwriting Program at Young Playwrights’ Theater (YPT) is a virtual, live-taught program for students interested in playwriting. Virtual classes for each school level (elementary, middle, and high) take place bi-weekly for six weeks with a YPT teaching artist on Zoom. Students will be able to craft their own play while supporting their fellow students in writing through constructive feedback and peer review.

Spring 2021 Workshop Schedule: February 22 – April 1, 2021

Elementary School students (Grades 3 – 5)
Mondays and Wednesdays, 3:30-4:15pm

Middle School students (Grades 6 – 8)
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30-4:15pm

High School students (Grades 9 – 12)
Mondays and Wednesdays, 4:15-5pm

Tuition for the 12-workshop series is $30, and KidFriendly DC readers can take 50% off with code ypt-kf50.

YPT is committed to making our programs accessible to everyone; to learn more about tuition assistance or for more information about this program, please contact our Programs Team at [email protected].

ENROLL TODAY!

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Calling Rising 10th and 11th Graders
: Apply to SAFER (Students Advocating for the Eradication of Racism)!

Applications are now open for YPT’s new after-school program for high school youth to expand the possibilities of storytelling and performance.

SAFER (Students Advocating For the Eradication of Racism) is a social advocacy and arts education program for 10th and 11th-grade students living in the Washington, DC metropolitan area who are committed to promoting racial justice in their communities through their collective creativity. Over the course of a school year, students will learn and practice the skills required to organize and galvanize their communities and will showcase those skills through a theatrical performance event.

All applications and letters of recommendation are due June 11, 2021. If selected, interviews will be held virtually the week of June 28.

For more information, visit the website, or contact YPT Programs at [email protected]

APPLY TODAY!

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About Young Playwrights’ Theater
Young Playwrights’ Theater is an award-winning arts education organization and theater company in Washington, DC. YPT inspires young people to realize the power of their own voices through high-quality arts education programming and productions. Learn more at yptdc.org.

 

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