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Spring Recreation League

Bemidji Crest

Start Date

The 2014 Spring Recreation program will begin on Monday April 21st.

Please check the weather before sending your player to practice so they are dressed appropriately.  All players from Central and St. Phillips need to have a signed permission slip to ride the bus to J.W.

Spring Jamboree May 31st

The Spring Rec. Jamboree will be held on Saturday May 31st from 10am-1pm at the Bemidji Middle School Soccer Complex.  Players will have two games with their Spring Rec. teams against another team from a different school in the same age group.

Games will be scheduled back to back as much as possible.  U6 teams will play two 10 minute halfs and U8/U10-12 will play two 15 minute halfs. Teams will play 6 v 6 or 8 v 8 depending on team numbers.

If you would like to bring a snack for your players team that is greatly encouraged.  Please talk to your players coach and/or other parents to work out details.

The game schedule will be posted in mid-May on the website and flyers will be handed out at practice shortly after.

Spring Recreation

BYS RECREATIONAL SOCCER PROGRAMS 

 
Spring 2014 Soccer in the Schools is a six-week (12 practices) after-school program. Students may play at one ofthe following sites: Lincoln, Northern, Horace May, J. W. Smith or Solway (dependent upon numbers and supervision). Practices start at 3:15 and end at 4:45. Parents or caregivers are responsible for picking children up by 5:00.
 
Ages:
Pre-K through fifth grade (ages 4-11)
 
Schedule:
Horace May and JW Smith: Mondays and Wednesdays, April 21st-May 28th
Lincoln and Northern (*Solway): Tuesdays & Thursdays, April 22nd-May 29th
 
Fees:
$65 (includes uniform) $55 (for players who already have a uniform)
families who qualify for free or reduced school lunch may request scholarships for 50% of fees
 
Registration:
The period for registration will begin at the beginning of April.
 
Equipment you provide:
Size 3 or 4 ball, shin guards and water bottle.
 
Necessary attitude:
Children who register for this program are expected to participate and follow coach directions. Soccer in the Schools reserves the right to dismiss children from the program who refuse to participate and follow coach directions.  If players are picked up later than 5:00pm more than two times they will be removed from the program.
 
Volunteers:
BYS relies on volunteers to coach teams, monitor playgrounds, manage equipment, take children to restrooms, supervise school dismissal, and supervise player pick-ups after practice. Please sign up to volunteer when you register!  
 
 
Questions:
Jeff Mitchell