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  • *NEW* Cheer Clinic (Grades 2-5)

    Cheerleading isn't all about the bows and the glitter! Come learn about the basics of sideline cheer, while having fun learning a routine and cheers to perform at a Centennial High School volleyball game. Price includes shirt and bow. Please make sure to wear comfortable clothing and tennis shoes. Pack a snack and water for both Saturday and Tuesday. On Tuesday, arrive at 6 pm, game time is at 7 pm. Girls will be done performing when the 3rd game begins, and cheerleaders will be released to their parents. Please register by October 4 to guarantee a shirt. 
  • *NEW* Family Open Gym (ages up to 10)

    Drop in open gym for basketball will be available on Sunday nights from 6-8 pm at Centennial Middle School. Youth, or a group of youth must have an adult stay with them. Lower baskets will be available, as well as some small portable hoops for little ones. Bring a ball if you have one, or we will have some available to borrow. Parents that come to supervise and not play will not be charged.Pay at the door with exact change or check. $5 per youth or $9 per family.  No online registration available. Information listed here is FYI only. 
  • Archery Club (Grades 2-8)

    Explore archery as a lifetime sport while developing National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) target archery skills. Learn safe techniques and practices; acquire skills related to effective communication, cooperation, rules, and respect in a group; use practice to improve skills and reach goals; rehearse good sportsmanship and gain exposure to the value of natural resources and the outdoor community.
  • Fall Recreational Soccer Program (Grades K-5)

    The Centennial Soccer Club’s recreational soccer program is designed to introduce age appropriate individual technical development and the tactical concepts of soccer to children in kindergarten through 5th grade. These skills taught in a fun, safe and rewarding environment that helps players to develop both physically and emotionally. All players over the course of the season will have equal playing time. In addition, players can expect to play every position over the course of the season. Goalkeepers will be introduced at the 2/3 grade level. Teams will be co-ed formed by age. All players receive a game t-shirt, basic photo package, and participation medal. Please wear soccer cleats, and shin guards. Bring a soccer ball (K-1 size 3, grades 2-5 size 4).Location: Rice Lake Elementary-southeast soccer fieldsDates:  Tuesdays and Saturdays, Aug 11-Oct 16 (No games Sep 1)Games begin Saturday, August 18. Generally, grade K will play between 9 & 11 am, grade 1 between 10 am and noon, grades 2-3 between 9 & 11 am; and grades 4-5 between 11 am and noon. Early bird special extended through July 15 - save $20! Regular price $85.Are you interested in being a coach?  Coaches begin on Tuesday, August 7, with a coaching clinic with Kenny Hills and his staff. The clinic is designed to help coaches learn techniques to help their players better grasp technical skills and their tactical understanding of soccer. Coaches who have a player in the program will receive a discount on fees. Please indicate on your registration form if you are interested in coaching. DATE TIME(S) DETAILS Weds, Aug 1           Team information sent; League schedule posted Tues, Aug 7 6:00-7:30 pm Coach Clinic at Rice Lake Elementary Sat, Aug 11 Kindergarten:       8:45 am Parent Mtg     9-10 am Practice/Play 1st Grade     9:45 am Parent Mtg     10-11 am Practice/Play 2nd/3rd Grade     9:15 am Parent Mtg     9:30-10:30 am Practice/Play 4th/5th Grade     10:15 am Parent Mtg     10:30-11:30 am Practice/Play Launch Day: Parent meetings Practice/play Uniform distribution Shoe exchange If a player/parent is unable to pick up uniforms on Launch Day, their coach will have their supplies. Tues, Aug 14 Practices will be held 5:30-7:30 pm, exact time assignments shared after August 1. Team practice begins. Kindergarten and 1st Grade will be at 5:30 pm. The remaining teams will be assigned after registration closes. Sat., Aug 18 Game times will be: Kindergarten – 9 am   1st Grade – 10 am 2nd/3rd grade – 9 or 10 am 4th/5th grade – 11 am League play begins, with games kicking off at 9, 10, or 11 am. Team rosters with practice and game schedules will be sent on August 1. Sat., Sept 1 No games / events over Labor Day Weekend
  • Gymnastics Open Gym (grades 1-6, all skill levels)

    Open gymnastics is a non-structured, supervised time to practice gymnastics skills and have fun. All participants must sign in.  $4/person at the door. No online registration accepted.
  • Indoor Tennis (grades K-5)

    Learn and practice tennis skills in an indoor setting using United States Tennis Association approved equipment and the “Quickstart” tennis format for practicing skills. Bring a snack and dress for movement, including tennis shoes. Equipment provided, or bring your own racquet. Proceeds help benefit the Centerville Phy. Ed. department.
  • Little Tumblers (ages 3-4)

    Must be potty trained, able to follow basic instructions and comfortable in a group without parent.Developing gymnasts will learn basic and fundamental gymnastic skills in a safe, fun, age appropriate, structured environment. Wear non-baggy athletic clothes, no tights (socks or bare feet only). Class ratio 6:1.
  • Ping Pong (Gr. K-5)

    Like to play ping pong? Come and challenge other players to a game of singles or doubles. Join the fun and learn a lifelong skill.
  • PreK Youth Soccer Development Program (ages 3-5)

    The Centennial Soccer Club’s Pre-K recreational soccer program is designed to introduce younger players to soccer. Players will be lead through age appropriate soccer activities with the Centennial Soccer Club’s Director of Development and with assistant youth coaches.Parents asked to be involved during these sessions. This will give parents some one-on-one participation with their child’s development and help the children to focus. We understand some parents may not be able to participate due to concerns with younger children. In these situations, our youth staff will step in to help.Activities will gradually introduce a soccer ball and will focus on developing your child’s sport A, B, C’s - Agility, Balance, and Coordination.Players introduced to soccer utilizing individual and small-sided activities and progress to 3v3 games toward the latter stages of this program. All participants will receive a free t-shirt. Players should bring a size 3 soccer ball to all sessions.Staff will have some soccer balls on hand if you need to borrow one. Shin guards are not required, but are always encouraged, due to the individual no-contact nature of most activities.
  • Sports Mania (Ages 4-6)

    Sports Mania is a great way to try many different sport activities. In this six-week class, we will spend two weeks each on basketball, soccer, and floor hockey. Join in and have a great time, while learning some basic skills. Please bring a water bottle and dry tennis shoes. 
  • Tumblers (ages 5-7)

    Gymnasts will learn basic tumbling skills (forward and backward rolls, cartwheels, handstands, basic jumps and locomotor skills) and discover the basics on bars, balance beam, and vault. More advanced Tumblers will work on intermediate skill progressions on floor, bars, balance beam and vault. New skills introduced include back bends, front and back handsprings on floor, back hip circles, and stride circles on bars and cartwheels on low beam.
  • Twisters (Ages 8+)

    Gymnasts will work on skills according to ability. After initial group warm-up, gymnasts will be divided each session into groups to work on skills appropriate for their level from beginner to intermediate.
  • Wiggle Time (Parent/Child ages 2-3)

    Children will use mats, parachutes, trampoline, and other equipment to explore and discover the world around them developing fundamental movement and problem solving skills. This is a great opportunity to get in the gym with your child and play in a safe, fun, semi-structured environment. Children run, tumble, spend time with you, and develop motor skills. Class consists of 10 minutes of group time, 30 minutes of open (semi-structured free time) and 5 minutes of group time at the end of class. One child per adult. Wear non-baggy athletic clothes.
  • Wrestling Camp (Ages 4-Grade 8)

    The Centennial Youth Wrestling Club is offering a preseason wrestling camp for boys and girls of all ability and experience levels. Wrestling is the perfect foundation for all other sports. Wrestlers will develop balance, agility, hand-eye coordination, flexibility, positioning, strength, speed, explosiveness, footwork, hustle, mental focus, mental toughness, core strength, concentration, competition, and endurance. Safety is top priority; headgear and wrestling shoes are not required but encouraged. Wrestlers should wear t-shirt and shorts (without zippers or pockets) and bring a water bottle.There will be two sessions each night by age level so please register correctly. Come see what all the excitement is about and plan to have a great time! For more wrestling information, please visit http://www.centennialwrestling.org/
  • YEL 4! FENCING (grades 2-5)

    Olympic Coach Ro Sobalvarro heads up curriculum, instructor training and tournament consultation. New students are introduced to a pulse-pounding sport while returning students continue their study through our progressive curriculum. Coach Sobalvarro brings with him an immense knowledge of youth, national and international fencing. We keep it fun, too. Our instructors continue to expand their knowledge, coaching skills and offer fencing games and arm bands. Safety is our first priority. We supply safety swords, protective masks, chest plates and jackets, in a high-octane, inclusive environment. Sign up today to join this sport deemed the “sport of the intellectual athlete”.
  • Youth Fall Volleyball League (Gr. 3-5)

    A fun and instructional league emphasizing basic skills such as passing, setting, and serving as well as game concepts and strategies. Learn through games and drills used to develop skills, increase knowledge of strategy, and a love of the game. Numbers permitting, teams formed by school. Indicate school and grade when registering. Includes t-shirt.Practices will start the week of September 24 and run through November 5. Girls will practice/play on Monday nights, and have another practice during the week on Tuesday or Thursday. If you have a day preference, please indicate that when registering. Games played at Rice Lake Elementary or Centennial Middle School on Monday nights starting October 15.Wear comfortable clothes, tennis shoes and bring a water bottle. We are looking for volunteer coaches. Coaches will set practice nights. If you are interested in coaching, please contact Cori at csendle@isd12.org. Registration deadline is September 7. Registrations accepted after if space permits.