Pullman Parks & Recreation Guide

Fall 2018

Pullman Parks & Recreation Brochure...Your Recreation Connection

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Pullman Aquatic & Fitness Center: 500 NW Greyhound Way: 509-338-3290 Pullman Senior Center: City Hall, 325 SE Paradise St: 509-338-3307 15 WINTER YOUTH SPORTS "Lystedt Law" In 2009 Washington State Legislature enacted Engrossed House Bill 1824 (EHB 1824, also known as the "Lystedt Law"). The legislation requires school districts, in cooperation with the Washington Inter-Scholastic Activities Association (WIAA), to develop guidelines and information to inform and educate youth athletes, coaches, and parents about the nature and risks of concussions and head injuries. Pullman Parks & Recreation is taking action in regards to HB 1824 by providing the "Heads up Concussion in Youth Sports" handout from the U.S. DHHS Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to all parents and coaches. "SSB 5083 Sudden Cardiac Awareness Act" In 2015, Washington State Legislature enacted SSB 5083-SCA Awareness Act. The legislation requires school districts, in cooperation with the Washington Inter-Scholastic Activities Association (WIAA), to develop guidelines and information to inform and educate youth athletes, coaches, and parents about the nature and risks of Sudden Cardiac Arrest. Pullman Parks & Recreation is taking action in regards to SSB 5083 SCA Awareness Act by providing the "Sudden Cardiac Arrest" handout from the UW Medicine, WIAA and the Nick of Time Foundation to all parents and coaches. Thank You! Pullman School District! Many of our activities are made possible because of cooperative use of School District facilities. We extend our thanks to the Pullman School District, board members, school staff , and administrative staff for their support of Pullman Parks & Recreation programs. Be A Sport! Our youth sports programs are developed and organized to enhance the social, emotional, physical, and educational well-being of children. Parents/Guardians, please be a positive role model by exhibiting sportsman-like behavior at games, practices, and at home. Please give positive reinforcement to your child and support to your child's coaches. Open Gym Open Gym for Youth & Families for Youth & Families Sunnyside Gym Sunnyside Gym Th-F, Dec 27-28, 1:00-5:00pm Th-F, Dec 27-28, 1:00-5:00pm Youth and families can burn off some of that holiday Youth and families can burn off some of that holiday energy. Participants must carry clean tennis shoes energy. Participants must carry clean tennis shoes into the gym. Families are encouraged to attend into the gym. Families are encouraged to attend and children eight and under must be accompanied and children eight and under must be accompanied by an adult. Basketballs will be provided. Gym will by an adult. Basketballs will be provided. Gym will be supervised by Parks & Recreation staff . be supervised by Parks & Recreation staff . **Girls 2nd-3rd gr Franklin Location: Franklin *MWSa .... Jan 16-Mar 2 ............... 5:15-6:15pm **Girls 4th-5th gr Franklin Location: Franklin *MWSa .... Jan 16-Mar 2 ............... 5:15-6:15pm **Girls 2nd-3rd gr Jeff erson Location: Jeff erson *MWSa .... Jan 16-Mar 2 ............... 3:15-4:15pm **Girls 4th-5th gr Jeff erson Location: Jeff erson *MWSa .... Jan 16-Mar 2 ............... 3:15-4:15pm Girls 2nd-3rd gr Sunnyside Location: Sunnyside *MWSa .... Jan 16-Mar 2 ............... 3:15-4:15pm Girls 4th-5th gr Sunnyside Location: Sunnyside *MWSa .... Jan 16-Mar 2 ............... 4:15-5:15pm **Boys 2nd-3rd gr Franklin Location: Franklin TuThSa ...... Jan 15-Mar 2 ............... 5:15-6:15pm **Boys 2nd-3rd gr Jeff erson Location: Jeff erson TuThSa ...... Jan 15-Mar 2 ............... 3:15-4:15pm Boys 2nd-3rd gr Sunnyside Location: Sunnyside TuThSa ...... Jan 15-Mar 2 ............... 3:15-4:15pm All Boys 4th-5th gr Location: Sunnyside TuThSa ...... Jan 15-Mar 2 ............... 4:15-5:15pm TuThSa ...... Jan 15-Mar 2 ............... 5:15-6:15pm *No practice/games for girl's teams: Jan 14, Feb 18. There will be a make-up practice on Friday, Jan 18 and Feb 22. **Practice times subject to change based on facility availability. Register for winter sports through Friday, January 4, 2019. Registrations will be accepted on a space-available basis after the deadline and the deadline does not guarantee there will still be openings. Requests for placement with a specific coach or particular friend must be made in writing at time of registration and will be considered, but cannot be guaranteed. Participants in team sports must wear a blue or white shirt for games. A blue/white reversible youth sport shirt may be purchased for $20 at the Parks & Recreation office at 240 SE Dexter St. Boys & Girls Youth Basketball 2019 2nd-5th grade girls and boys will learn the skills of dribbling, shooting, lay-ins, off ensive and defensive skills plus play organized games. Players will learn the rules of the game, while working on team play, and positive sportsmanship. Girls' teams will practice MW and boys' teams practice TuTh. The fi rst week of practice starts with skills analysis to equally balance the teams. Games are Saturday mornings at Sunnyside Elementary or Lincoln Middle School gym. Resident: $45/N-Resident: $47

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