NYO Families, we hope this email finds you well.
Our last communication was released on Wednesday, July 15th. That email explained that NYO is still planning to offer our normal fall seasons for non-contact sports (baseball and softball) but will be moving our contact sports (cheer, flag football, girls basketball & tackle football) to a “Return-to-Play” clinic to competition format. You can read that entire communication by CLICKING HERE.
We have attached a one pager that outlines our Fall Skill Development Program schedule.
Registration for these programs will be available in the coming weeks.
Fall Skill Development Program Overview:
The fall skill development program schedules listed below include opportunities for boys & girls in grades K-8th. These sport specific clinics will be offered twice per week and each session will be 60 to 90 minutes. These schedules are setup to encourage multi-sport participation so our student-athletes can play 1, 2 or 3 sports this fall.
The fall skill development programs will follow a “Return-to-Play” model that includes three phases. Each sport will be slightly different but the phases will look something like this:
Phase 1: Small group (less than 10) controlled skill clinics
Phase 2: Team practices/small-sided (2v2, 3v3, etc) games & competitions
Phase 3: Normal team practices & games
These programs will follow COVID protocols & advance their way through the various phases as city/state governments and medical experts ease restrictions based on COVID-19 numbers in our area.
No Stands, No Fans, No Problem!
See you at the park soon!
NYO Mission Statement
NYO is a premier athletic program where young people learn life and athletic skills through team sports that emphasize character building, sportsmanship, healthy competition, and positive coaching as part of a family friendly and safe community. Our inclusive environment offers multiple ways for the community’s youth to play at NYO including through our needs-based scholarship program and our Christopher League for children with disabilities.