(Ages 5-12) Improve your golf skills at this afternoon clinic. Learn and review the basics, including stance and swing techniques. No equipment necessary, clubs will be provided. Bring $8-$12 for golf balls. In the case of inclement weather, call Sarkisian Golf Range at 978-688-5522.
Pee Wee Tennis
(Ages 4-6) This program is aimed to introduce your child to tennis. Basic fundamentals are taught by using fun games and contests with a 5:1 ratio. Bring a racquet.
After School Super Sports
SNL’s Super Sports program offers participants the opportunity to learn and play a wide range of different sports. On warm, sunny days, we will take to the field to play games like wiffle ball, soccer, flag football, and ultimate frisbee among others. On gloomy wet days, we will shift our focus to indoor sports such as basketball, floor hockey, dodgeball, and much more. Each session will focus on a different sport, giving participants the
opportunity to experience and build skills in a variety of different activities. This program is particularly beneficial for kids who are trying to find their niche in athletics as they will have a chance to “sample” a multitude of sports in just one program.
(Grades 2-5) Everyone loves floor hockey in gym class. Here is your opportunity to play after school! Come join this fast paced, exciting sport that can be played by everyone. Children will be grouped according to age.
Little Bumpers Volleyball Clinic
(Grades K-2, Co-ed)
This four week introductory clinic is designed to teach the smallest of volleyball players the fundamentals of volleyball including serving, passing, setting, and hitting. All skills will be taught through fun, age appropriate drills and games. Players will not only learn basic skills, but they will learn how to be good teammates. All players will receive a t-shirt.
Ballet & Tap
(Ages 3-5 & 6-7 & 8-12) The first twenty minutes is devoted to basic ballet, body movements, and body positions; the second half includes introduction to tap dancing. Class is geared towards individual’s ability. Wear leotard and tights. Students must buy their own tap and ballet shoes which can be purchased at local dance stores.
(Ages 20 months-3 years) This dance class for toddlers is designed to give even the youngest dancers the opportunity to experience the “joy of dance and movement.” Dance basics and techniques are taught in a shortened, age appropriate manner. Dancers should wear leotard, tights, and comfortable shoes of their choice.
(Ages 7 and up) Be a part of this ancient sport, archery! Learn the basic techniques in target shooting. Participants will learn proper form, safety rules, and archery games. All equipment is provided.
(Ages 8-12) Learn practical self-defense and develop mental awareness and self-confidence. Increase your coordination and flexibility through physical conditioning while having fun. This traditional Okinawan karate program is nationally affiliated through the SKKAA.
(Ages 7-12) Classes are divided by ability, and instructors teach basic stroke patterns and strategies of play. Scoring, proper court positioning, and etiquette are also covered. Bring a racquet.
Spring Lacrosse League
This league is open to boys and girls, with focus on skill improvement and recreational play. REC will place players on teams. All equipment is provided.
Sportacular - February and April Vacation Programs
(Grades K-5) This program caters to kids who are on the move! Join us during February Vacation for a fun filled morning of gym games, and outside play. Sign up by the day or for the whole week. Bring a water bottle & a snack, wear comfortable clothes and sneakers.
(Grades K-5) This program includes instruction on pitching, catching, fielding, and throwing. This is an excellent program for the beginner as well as the advanced player to prepare for the upcoming season. Children will be grouped according to age. Bring a glove.
(Ages 8-12) This class is for dancers that have performed in a minimum of three DCS class performances. Students will have the opportunity to experience contemporary/ modern jazz dance as well as smaller group, duet, and trio choreography. To qualify for this class, dancers must also be registered for class #370 or #371.
(Ages 5-12) Class will cover baton twirling basics with an emphasis on fun and learning. Students will develop coordination and rhythmic skills through twirling basics such as rolls, twirls, and basic marching and maneuvering techniques. Majorettes may order batons at first class.
Cheerleading Program - FEBRUARY VACATION PROGRAM
(Ages 5-11) Boys and girls will be introduced to the fundamental skills of cheerleading while learning the most current motions, jumps, cheers and routines! Wear sneakers and bring a snack and water bottle each day.
(Ages 4-6 & Ages 7-9) Learn the basics of cradling, passing, and shooting while playing games. All equipment is supplied.
(Ages 5 & up) Taekwondo-Olympic Style is a total learning activity. Lessons are tailored to individual age and skill level. Fundamental skills taught will be basic patterns, board breaking, kicking, blocking, striking, and punching. This class will help increase participant’s physical coordination, flexibility, balance and mental acumen.
Flag Football Fun
(Grades K-3) Get outside and get active in this co-ed non-contact flag football program that will help get kids moving. Each week teams will be created and games will be played that will help enhance understanding, build on skill work, positioning, ball handling, and passing & receiving, all while having fun! No prior experience necessary. Participants will be split up by grade: K&1, 2&3. All equipment is provided.
Junior Spikers Volleyball Clinic
(Grades 3-5, Co-ed)
This six week introductory clinic is designed to teach boys and girls in grades 3-5 the fundamentals of volleyball including serving, passing, setting, and hitting. All skills will be taught through fun, age appropriate drills and games. Players will not only learn basic skills, but they will learn how to support themselves and each other as teammates. All players will receive a t-shirt.