Community


Many resources and a great deal of support are available in our larger community.

 

Student-related activities:   Below is a listing & links to some of the regular child-centered organizations/activities in our area. For a listing of current or one-time and/or more current events, please see our school newsletter. 

 

Please note that the opportunities/events listed below are not specifically endorsed or screened by school staff; as always, families should use their own standards and review processes to determine appropriate activities.


       ATHLETICS

LITTLE LEAGUE   For information visit MADRIVERYBB@gmail.com

Mad River Valley Little League – Youth baseball for Boys and Girls 5-12 years old.

Since 1960, the Mad River Valley Little League has been teaching the game of baseball to Mad River Valley kids. 

The league has 4 different levels of play:

T-Ball for 5-6 year olds

Farm League (coach pitch) for 7-8 year olds

American League (minors) for 9-10 year olds

National League (majors) for 11-12 year olds

The T-ball and Farm leagues use a T-ball, which is softer to prevent injury.

There is some flexibility, depending on skill level, to ‘play up’ to older leagues.  

The season runs from May5th (practice starts earlier) until mid-June.  All Star teams (optional) run later into the summer for the American and National Leagues.

-Registration is open now www.madriverbaseball.com

For more info, contact:   Mike Fiaschetti mikef@madriver.com


 

MAD RIVER DANCE ACADEMY  Offering dance education ages 2.5-18, in all styles: Creative Dance, Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Hip Hop, Lyrical and more, WWW.MADRIVERDANCE.COM


Mad River Soccer offers soccer programs for Pre-K- 6th graders in both Fall and Spring.  For more information visit registrar.mrvsa@gmail.com


MAD RIVER YOUTH LACROSSE for boys and girls in grades 3-8, for more information visit or to register go to:  MADRIVERLAX.ORG or Chil Lax (noncompetitive learn to play ages 6-9) harwoodhockey.org Registration is now open for the 2018 Spring Lacrosse Season! Mad River Valley Youth Lacrosse is a nonprofit, developmental organization and is committed to providing a positive, team-oriented athletic experience.  Teams will be fielded for girls and boys in three separate age levels including U11 (3-4 grade), U13 (5-6 grade) and U15 (7-8 grade).  Equipment will be provided for U11 players as supplies allow.  We will also offer a Sunday morning program for U9 (1-2 grade) boys and girls that we call “Chill Lax.”   First timers are welcome at every level.

 

Mad River Rippers   Mountain Bike program for kids (6-13) May 30 and runs through September 26. Rides are every Tuesday from 5 to 7 PM at the Blueberry Lake trail network in Warren. WWW.MADRIVERRIDERS.COM/PRESS-RELEASE or email BOB@MADRIVERRIDERS.COM for more information. 

 

Basketball registration is now open for youth Mad River Basketball.  For more information visit madriverybb@gmail.com

 

Hockey: for information visit harwoodhockey.org

 

Bill Koch X-country skiing: contact Chris Badger at csbadger@gmail for registration forms and more information

 

Fencing instruction for Grade 5 and up. Visit midvtfencing@gmail.com  for more information. 

 

     

     MUSIC

Cello Lessons, Suzanne Smith's Cello Studio in Moretown and Burlington.  For information call 802-496-5273 or visit  cellochan.com 

 

     DRAMA

Kids Act Play, kidsactvt.com


 

     OTHER ACTIVITIES

Cub Scouts  mrvpack798@gmail.comcubpack798.org, or 802-371-9997

Girl Scouts Call 888-474-9686 for information or visit customercare@girlscoutsgwm.org

 

 



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