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    126042 - 2.4.1 Sports Camp

    126042 - 2.4.1 Sports Camp

    "Life's 2 Short 4 Just 1 Sport" - That's the philosophy and where the name comes from for the award-winning, nationally recognized 2.4.1 Sports. This camp is intentionally designed to show kids the multiple advantages of playing multiple sports. Directed by Farmington PE Teacher and multisport coach, Max Fantl, 2.4.1 Farmington allows campers to choose 3 sports from our 5 fun-filled options: Soccer, Basketball, Flag Football, Baseball, or Universal Sports. For more information on 2.4.1 Sports Camps and a sample schedule, visit www.2.4.1Sports.com.




    Kids will be playing all day and learning how the skills from one sport crossover to the next. Before and after care options are available. Additional staff include a number of current/former Farmington multisport student athletes who act as counselors and role models for the benefits of multisport participation.

    1) Our 2.4.1 Sports Camps will be held Monday Thursday at Farmington High School in Farmington.

    2) Facemasks are expected to be worn by parents/guardians upon arrival and in public when 6' social distance cannot be maintained. Please arrive with a facemask available upon check-in.

    3) Participants are not required to wear a mask during our clinics.

    4) It is expected that all participants bring their own hand sanitizer and sanitize at the start, during breaks and at the conclusion of the clinics.

    5) Please consider others and stay at home if you have any of the symptoms related to COVID-19.

    CONCUSSION INFORMATION:
    Per Connecticut General Statutes, programs that service children ages 7 - 19 who engage in an athletic activity such as an organized game or competition against another team or in preparation for a game or competition or who attend an athletic camp or clinic in which the purpose is to train, instruct, or prepare the participant to engage in an organized athletic game or competition to provide a written or electronic statement on the signs and symptoms of concussions to each athlete and parent/guardian upon registration. Information can be found by visiting www.cdc.gov/headsup/.

          Cart IconActivityDescriptionDaysDatesTimesAges      Fee Icon      Enrollment Count Icon
    Read Notice126042-012.4.1 Sports CampM-Th07/20/20- 07/23/20 8:00 AM- 2:00 PM7 years to under 14 yearsFee DetailsEnrollment Details

    126043 - 2.4.1 Sports Camp

    126043 - 2.4.1 Sports Camp

    "Life's 2 Short 4 Just 1 Sport" - That's the philosophy and where the name comes from for the award-winning, nationally recognized 2.4.1 Sports. This camp is intentionally designed to show kids the multiple advantages of playing multiple sports. Directed by Farmington PE Teacher and multisport coach, Max Fantl, 2.4.1 Farmington allows campers to choose 3 sports from our 5 fun-filled options: Soccer, Basketball, Flag Football, Baseball, or Universal Sports. For more information on 2.4.1 Sports Camps and a sample schedule, visit www.2.4.1Sports.com.




    Kids will be playing all day and learning how the skills from one sport crossover to the next. Before and after care options are available. Additional staff include a number of current/former Farmington multisport student athletes who act as counselors and role models for the benefits of multisport participation.

    1) Our 2.4.1 Sports Camps will be held Monday Thursday at Farmington High School in Farmington.

    2) Facemasks are expected to be worn by parents/guardians upon arrival and in public when 6' social distance cannot be maintained. Please arrive with a facemask available upon check-in.

    3) Participants are not required to wear a mask during our clinics.

    4) It is expected that all participants bring their own hand sanitizer and sanitize at the start, during breaks and at the conclusion of the clinics.

    5) Please consider others and stay at home if you have any of the symptoms related to COVID-19.

    CONCUSSION INFORMATION:
    Per Connecticut General Statutes, programs that service children ages 7 - 19 who engage in an athletic activity such as an organized game or competition against another team or in preparation for a game or competition or who attend an athletic camp or clinic in which the purpose is to train, instruct, or prepare the participant to engage in an organized athletic game or competition to provide a written or electronic statement on the signs and symptoms of concussions to each athlete and parent/guardian upon registration. Information can be found by visiting www.cdc.gov/headsup/.

          Cart IconActivityDescriptionDaysDatesTimesAges      Fee Icon      Enrollment Count Icon
    Read Notice126043-012.4.1 Sports CampM-Th08/10/20- 08/13/20 8:00 AM- 2:00 PM7 years to under 14 yearsFee DetailsEnrollment Details
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