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Open Gym for Girls Playing 5th-8th Grade Volleyball
Saint Paul is offering open gym to all girls who will be playing 5th-8th grade volleyball this upcoming school year. This not mandatory, only being offered to help get girls ready for tryouts.
Tryouts will be held on July 15 and 16.
Open gym will be held:
Monday and Wednesdays, June 24 & 26, July 1, 3, 8, 10
6-7:00 - 5th & 6th
7-8:00 - 7th & 8th Basic*
8-9:00 - 7th & 8th Advanced*
*Only one 7th & 8th grade session can be attended each night, but they can switch between them on different nights. Basic will be geared to girls that did not play club volleyball and just want to get used to playing again before tryouts. Advanced will be geared to girls that have been playing all winter and will focus on conditioning and fast paced drills with little-to-no instruction.
If you have not done so yet please sign up any girl wishing to play volleyball who is entering 3rd-8th grade on school website under sports tab.
5/6th Grade City Champs
June 2 - I want to congratulate our 5/6th grade girls for winning the city championship today. We are very proud.
Please make sure you choose volleyball and include correct shirt size.
We will be doing volleyball tryouts on July 15th and 16th.
3-4 grade 5:00-6:00
5-6 grade 6:00-7:30
7-8 grade 7:30-9:00
Also Holy Cross is hosting a basketball camp June 3-6, 2013. If you are interested in Holy Cross please let me know and I will get a brochure to you.
2013 Notre Dame Football for Grades 3-8
Notre Dame is now accepting signups for football, for any male student entering 3rd-8th grade next year.
If you are interested please signup atwww.ndasaints.org . Select the athletics tab and then select tryout/signup tab. If you have any questions please let me know.
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