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Call: 866-210-9705


Monday, July 26th – (Nice to meet YOU!)
  • Overview:
    • Team Building - "The Race is On!"
-Develop strategies for working together
-Discover great things about You!
    • Jazz Technique
    • Hip hop routine
    • Making the Connection
  • Schedule:
    • 9:00-9:20      Check-in/Announcements
    • 9:20-11:00    You & Your Pit Crew
    • 11:00-11:30  Lunch (self assessment)
    • 11:30-12:00  Warm-up/Stretch
    • 12:00-3:00    Groups:
      • Red-jazz technique
      • Black-hip hop (learn routine)
      • White-Making the Connection
    • 3:00-3:30      Hip Hop tune-up
    • 3:30-3:45      Performances
    • 3:45-4:00      Cool Down
    • 4:00-4:15      Awards
  • What to Wear:

          * an outfit that REALLY shows who you are (ex. love cats-draw whiskers)
            minimum 3 things about you.

  • What to Bring:
  1. water bottle
  2. lunch & snacks (no-leaving)
  3. camp forms (paperwork -- see link at bottom of this page)
  4. towel
  5. pen/paper
  6. jazz shoes & tennis shoes
  7. great attitude!
Summer Camp
Turning your dream into a reality doesn’t happen easily.  Many people think they can go it alone as they pursue their dreams and goals.  The truth is if you want meaningful, long-term success, you need others to help you achieve it.  Success comes not only through your own efforts, but through the assistance, guidance, and encouragement from many others.  Would Jimmie Johnson have won the Sprint Cup Championship without the support of hundreds of people from his pit crew to his sponsors?

Forming and maintaining a supportive and positive team is not only essential to our success, it is also one of the most enjoyable and rewarding parts of this experience and camp is where it all begins.  Come ready to work - ready to learn, and with a positive attitude open to new experiences and opportunities!

If your team participates in a training camp or hosts a training camp, you can utilize your website and make sure everyone is on the same page.  Camp details, registration forms, schedules, locations, etc… can all be placed on the website and reduce the amount of time and money spent on printing and distributing the information to the team members.  Your website can be used as a real-time communication tool and provide athletes with up to the date information should any camp details change.  As athletes and parents get accustomed to following your website, they will check it frequently for changes to content, schedule and location.