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.


LITTLE LEAGUE   For information visit

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

For more info, contact:   Mike Fiaschetti

The Mad River Valley Little league is considering adding a Youth Softball League to our organization. If you have a girl between the ages of 7 and 12 years old that would be interested in joining a fun, organized and high-quality softball league, please take the time to complete the following linked survey.The survey response will help us better understand potential enrollment in the program prior to investing the money it takes to add this offering to our league.

For any questions, please feel free to reach out to Mike Nagle at


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

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) 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 : for more information visit


Hockey: for information visit


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  for more information. 




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



Kids Act Play,



Cub Scouts, or 802-371-9997

Girl Scouts Call 888-474-9686 for information or visit




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