Red Flag Burn Ban Lifted
Mason County News
Weather Fair 84.0°F (40%)
Teams of Tomorrow Coming to Mason
Wednesday, August 25, 2010 • Posted August 25, 2010

There is a new and exciting extra-curricular opportunity coming to the kiddos of Mason. It is the Teams of Tomorrow (TOT) program. TOT is a basketball ball handling and dribbling program that was created by educators to enrich the Pre-K curriculum while building gross and fine motor skills, instilling good character, and building self-confidence. Each week a trained instructor will come to your child’s school and have a phenomenal class that mixes up both academics and athletics. TOT classes are FUN, EDUCATIONAL and ACTIVE!

TOT is a unique option for 3, 4 and 5-year-old students, as it appeals equally to boys, girls, athletic, and non-athletic. TOT not only involves students in an extra-curricular movement program, but it also reinforces and enriches preschool academic concepts. The creators and teachers of TOT understand how the brain works and based upon the latest brain research, provide activities to maximize learning.

TOT classes are held once a week, spanning the length of the school year (September – May), and are 45-minutes long. There is a one-time $25 registration fee, which covers the TOT t-shirt, 5 Unit prizes and your child’s TOT trophy, which will be given out at the end of the year Shine Time Celebration. And there is a $40 monthly tuition.

TOT classes will be offered at Steady Steps on Tuesdays at 2:30pm, Mason Elementary on Wednesdays at 3:15pm and Mother’s Day Out on Thursdays at 2pm. Classes will begin the week of August 30th and space is limited; so, reserve your child’s spot today by contacting Emily Hicks, Central Texas TOT Director, by phone – 325.347.6728 (h) / 806.470.9697 (c) or via email - emily@teamsoftomorrow.com.

Give your child an athletic and academic advantage … join the TOT team today!

 

This article has been read 123 times.
Comments
Readers are solely responsible for the content of the comments they post here. Comments do not necessarily reflect the opinion or approval of Mason County News. Comments are moderated and will not appear immediately.
Comments powered by Disqus