Registration is NOW OPEN
SPORTING Blue Valley is excited to announce the addition of TEAMSoccer
to our growing list of soccer programs for youth ages Pre-K through age 18.
TEAMSoccer is a program designed for players
with physical and/or mental disabilities,
who wish to learn and play the game of soccer – and have FUN!
TEAMSoccer will take place on six Saturday mornings this fall at the
Overland Park Soccer Complex – training facility of SPORTING BV.
This program is NOT a team vs. team program. It is more of an individual based program that will include drills for skill development, fun soccer games and scrimmages.
For our inaugural season, space will be limited.
We suggest you sign up EARLY to be a part of TEAMSoccer for Fall 2013.
More information can be found on our website
or call Paula Bullis 913-685-2872 to learn more.
Category: Community Activities
SPORTING Blue Valley is excited to announce Soccer Programs for Pre-K through 18!
Summer Swimming Lesson Announcement!
Registration for Sensory Supported Swimming Spring II Session is now open!!!
Lessons are offered Tuesday and Thursday mornings at Kirmayer Fitness Center (at the University of Kansas Medical Center) from June 4th-27th (Summer I) and July 2nd-July 30th (Summer II-no lesson July 4th). Three time slots are available: 9:00-9:30am, 9:40-10:10am, and 10:15-10:45am. Swimmers are enrolled on a first-come, first-serve basis until lessons are filled. The registration form offers complete information for getting your child registered.
Sensory Supported Swimming is a learn-to-swim program specifically for children, ages 4 to 17, with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). The children learn from swim instructors and licensed therapists who have experience working with children with ASD. Therapists evaluate children’s sensory preferences and work with swim instructors to provide sensory supports to facilitate children’s success with swimming.
Children work independently with instructors or in small groups depending on their needs. Our goal is to help children learn the skills they need to swim in their community programs and/or local swim teams. As children progress, therapists will work with families to transition children to community programs.
For more information contact Jennifer Tanquary at 913-588-7198 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Partners in Policy Training!
Send your application to Kansas Council on Developmental Disabilities
915 SW Harrison, Room 141
Topeka, Kansas 66612-1570
Miracle League of Kansas City! Come Play Ball!
THE MIRACLE LEAGUE OF KANSAS CITY
We’re drafting boys & girls with special needs ages 5-18 for
our special baseball program.
Come have fun in a non-competitive atmosphere where each player bats, runs the
bases and scores in every inning. We don’t record outs or keep score. We just
Contact us soon. Our teams need you.
WHAT: A special baseball program for kids with special needs
WHY: To provide an opportunity to play ball and have fun
WHO: Kids with special needs to play. Adult and youth volunteers to help
at the games.
WHEN: Saturdays from 10am-noon beginning May 11th.
WHERE: The Dream Factory’s “Ricky’s Field of Dreams” in Merriam
Blue Valley Schools – Education Beyond Expectations
Summer Fun For Kids At Skills To Succeed!
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