With the success of our fall training program, we will be a offering winter training program for our recreational players.
Training sessions will be 60 minutes long for children in 1st and 2nd grade and 75 minutes long for children in 3rd grade and above.
The program will be 6 sessions long (Fall was 5 sessions).
The sessions will be held on Saturday mornings at the Sunnyvale Soccer Complex (SSC),
1095 Dunford Way, Sunnyvale CA 94087.
Following state and county guidelines, we are allowed to run socially distant training with small groups, often called pods, with rosters that must remain stable, and players cannot physically interact during training. We have developed protocols, including rigorous health screening and sanitizing requirements that all will be required to follow.
We will be focused on a variety of soccer activities within a fun learning environment, which allows for requests to build pods around friends and neighbors. If health guidelines change, for example to allow interaction between players, we will incorporate the changes into our program.
Players need to be able to follow all protocols and we have limited spots available. As a result we are limiting enrollment to this program to children in 1st grade through 12th grade (High School Seniors).
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The pink-themed SASC mask sales during the month of October amounted to a $718 donation to the El Camino Health Foundation's Breast Center Mammogram Fund to assist in providing mammograms to low income women.
Many thanks to Julie Markley for organizing this campaign.
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