MAH Tips: Remember to practice math facts at least 10 minutes a night. Flash cards are an easy way to practice fasts. Websites, Apps, & Ideas: www.ixl.com – username: first initial and last name (jsmith for Jane Smith) and password is ces Math Links – site that different math site links Math Puzzle of the Month: Suppose 2 grapefruits weigh the same as 6 pears, and 4 tangerines weigh the same as 3 pears. Then 5 grapefruits weigh the same as how many tangerines? (from http://www.moems.org/zinger.htm) ~ Mrs. Bushior Visit my school website for more links Math At Home(MAH) January 2015
PRINT NEATLY AND MAIL WITH PAYMENT Name ________________________________
Date of Birth ___________ Grade _______ School ______________________________
Address _____________________________ City______________ State ___ Zip ________
Home Phone _________________________ Email ________________________________
Emergency Contact Name ___________________ Phone _______________________________ Parents Name________________________ Daytime Phone ______________________ Insurance Carrier_____________________ Policy Number _______________________
Registering for (please circle): Spring Break $110 ___________ Summer Day July 6 Week $220 ___________ Summer Day July 13 Week $220 ___________ High School Prep $110 ___________ High School League Clinic PLEASE REGISTER ON LINE Camp Ball $ 30 ___________ Summer Day Camp Store ___________ Total enclosed ___________ I hereby give permission for my child to attend the ECSU Youth Soccer Camp. I declare that he or she is in good health and able to participate in camp activities. In addition, I au-thorize the Director/s of the camp to act for me according to his best judgment in case of an emergency which requires medical attention. I will not hold ECSU or camp staff respon-sible in case of injury as a result of participation.
_________________________ ________ Signature Date
Checks payable to ECSU Foundation
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8:45am Drop off campers to field 9:00am Skills demo and warm-up 9:30am Technical instruction 10:15am Snack then continue with technical work 11:15am Small-sided games 12:00pm Free swim, video or games with coaches 12:30pm Lunch 1:15pm Technical work and games 3:00pm Pick-up campers at field
8:45am Drop off campers to field 9:00am Skills demo and warm-up 9:30am Technical instruction 10:15am Snack then continue with technical work 11:15am Small-sided games 12:00pm Pick-up campers at field
Upon receipt of tuition and application, an email confirmation will be sent. Fees are not refundable but may be applied to a future clinic
The full payment is required with the application.
Parents may choose to leave money on account at the Camp Store for campers to purchase snacks, pizza and or drinks. This can be done the first day of camp or on the registration form.
For summer camp only—please visit our website and fill out the medical and insurance forms
Early drop off at 8am /late pick up 4pm (if needed)—there is no instruction during these times only supervi-sion. Please only use if needed.
Register online: WWW.ECSUYouthSoccerCamp.COM
F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n p l e a s e c o n t a c t u s : P h o n e : 8 6 0 - 4 6 5 - 4 3 3 4
SPRING AND SUMMER CAMPS The Eastern Connecticut State University Youth Summer and Spring Break Clinics are for boys and girls aged 5-14 of all skill levels. The camps focus on technical skill training. Specifically, dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting and heading will be developed throughout the week. The goal of the camp will be to teach all of the above in a devel-
opmentally appropriate way for each camper. Individualized goalkeeper training will also be available if any campers are interested. Most of all the camps will be FUN!!! Campers will be exposed to college coaches and players as their counselors for the week. Each camper will receive a camp t-shirt and a positive soccer experience that will last a lifetime. HIGH SCHOOL PREP CAMP This high school camp is set up to lead into the high school
athletes preseason. Players can attend individually or as part of a team. Each player will go thru 3 training sessions and play in 3 full matches—over a three day period. Players coming as a team will train and play with their teammates. Sessions will consist of technical, tactical and fitness training and will be con-ducted by college coaches. Players will be put into competi-tive situations designed to make them better all around players and prepare them for the sea-son.
HIGH SCHOOL LEAGUE CLINIC This is a 7 session team
clinic Each session will consist of technical and tactical instruc-tion and an 8v8 game vs. other high school teams. Games and training sessions will be coached by college coaches and play-ers. Go to our website to register and for more information. Past participants in our high school clinics include: Lyman Me-morial, Manchester, South Windsor, Killingly, Windham Tech, Bacon Academy, RHAM, Valley Regional, Cromwell, Tolland, Woodstock Academy, EO Smith, East Catholic, Coventry, Bol-ton. RESERVE YOUR SPOT NOW!!
TUITION (no extra fees to register on line!!) SUMMER DAY CAMP TUITION $220
S U M M E R N IG H T C AM P T U I T I ON $ 1 1 0 S P R I N G B R E A K C AM P T U I T I ON $ 1 1 0
H I G H S C H O O L P R E P C A M P T U IT I O N $ 11 0 H I G H S C H O O L L E A G U E C L IN I C ( P E R T EA M ) $ 6 0 0
A l l f u n d s r a i s e d s u p p o r t o u r p r o g r a m .
SUMMER DAY CAMP SCHEDULE
WHAT TO BRING
DIRECTORS AND STAFF
Greg DeVito-co-director Head Coach Eastern Connecticut —9th Year 2008 ECAC New England Championship Finalists 5 LEC Championships—Regular Season 5 LEC Championships—Tournament 6 NCAA Tournament Berths Overall record of 109-37-20. 2013 LEC Coach of the Year National USSF B Licensed Coach Member of NEU Coaching Staff
Adam Phaiah—co-director Assistant Coach Eastern Connecticut State University—10th Year National USSF C Licensed Coach Played at Eastern Connecticut State University 2007 Thomas Krusewski Young Coach of the Year
Excellent staff and staff ratio The camp staff will be made up of college coaches and players including the Eastern women’s coach Christian D’Ambrosio and his staff and players. We have a very low camper to coach ratio of 12 to 1.
Cleats Sneakers (in case of indoor play) Water bottle Snack and drink Shin guards Soccer ball For SUMMER DAY CAMP ONLY—
Lunch (Pizza, Snacks and Drinks will be available for purchase at the Camp Store). Money can be left on account.
Swimsuit and towel
SPRING CAMP SCHEDULE
“Thank you, Coach DeVito! My son, had a great week. I was very impressed with the organization
and planning that obviously went into the camp. As a parent, I always felt informed, and was confident that he was safe and would be well looked-after! Please extend my appreciation to the players who made the