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  • Flag Football League Entering Grades K-3

    For team availability after July 26, please call (651) 982-8110. Join this flag football league for a fun and active way to hang out with your friends. NFL Flag Football rules and teamwork will be emphasized. Wear comfortable clothes and tennis shoes. Fee includes a t-shirt; please indicate preferred size when registering. Volunteer coaches will be needed for this program. Volunteer coaches will contact their team members during the week of August 27 to notify families of their practice schedule.Register by grade entering and elementary school you wish to play with. Columbus (CO), Forest View (FV), LILA (LI), Lino Lakes (LL), Linwood (LN), St. Peters (SP), Scandia (SC), Wyoming (WY).Grades K & 1 meet on Mondays Grades 2 & 3 meet on TuesdaysRandom Draw - Thu, Aug 16, 4:30pm at CLC E13Coaches Meeting - Thu, Aug 23, 6:00pm at CLC Main Gym
  • Little Kickers Soccer Ages 3-8

    The registration deadline is August 11. For team availability after August 11, please call (651) 982-8392 or email amartens@flaschools.org.Little Kickers is a great introduction to soccer. This fun training program for boys and girls will work on individual skills and small team play. Soccer activities will be provided by Lakes United Futball Club. Teams will be formed by elementary schools; schools may be combined to make teams. Little Kickers soccer will meet on Saturdays, September 7 - October 12. This program is a partnership with Forest Lake Community Ed and Lakes United Futball Club. (http://www.lakesunitedfc.org)Volunteer coaches are needed for this program and will be assisted by a dedicated staff coach from Lakes United Futball Club. If you are interested, please indicate in the notes section when registering. Please register for the elementary school that you wish to play with: Columbus (CO), Forest View (FV) LILA (LA), Lino Lakes (LL), Linwood (LN), St. Peters (SP), Scandia (SC) or Wyoming (WY). Register for the age group that your child will be on the first day of the program. The registration deadline is August 11. For team availability after August 11, please call (651) 982-8392 or email amartens@flaschools.org.Uniforms: all players need to have the same uniform, shirt, shorts and socks. All players will receive a new uniform shirt that is included in the price if registered by the deadline, so please indicate which size when registering. If you need to purchase shorts or socks, please indicate what size when registering and select “shorts” and / or “socks” fee. Players must wear uniform, shin guards and tennis shoes or soccer cleats and bring a water bottle every day.Friend Requests: We will grant (1) friend request per players. Both players must have each other listed for the friend request to be granted.Important dates and times:Coaches Meeting:   Aug 29      Thu           6:30pm        Columbus Elementary CafeteriaPicture Day:  Sep 7         Sat     8:00am - 11:00am      Columbus green space
  • Flag Football League Entering Grades K-3

    **For team availability after July 21, please call (651) 982-8110 or (651) 982-8392Join this flag football league for a fun and active way to hang out with your friends. NFL Flag Football rules and teamwork will be emphasized. All players will receive a t-shirt if registered by the deadline, so please indicate which size when registering. The registration deadline is July 21. For team availability after July 21, please call (651) 982-8392 or email amartens@flaschools.org. Teams will be formed by elementary schools; schools may be combined to make teams. Teams will be formed on July 22. Players will be notified by their coach the week of August 19 with the practice schedule. Games will be played one day a week starting the week of September 9 until October 22, in addition to one to two practices a week. Kindergarten will play games Monday nights. Games will be played at either 5:15pm or 6:15pm on scheduled nights. Team schedules will have exact game time. Everyone will play their end of the season game at the Forest Lake Area High School in the stadium under the lights! Players must wear comfortable clothes, tennis shoes and bring a water bottle.Register by grade entering in the fall and the elementary school that you wish to play with: Columbus (CO), Forest View (FV), LILA (LA), Lino Lakes (LL), Linwood (LN), St. Peters (SP), Scandia (SC) or Wyoming (WY).Volunteer coaches are needed for this program. If you are interested, please indicate in the notes section when registering.Friend requests – we will grant 1 friend request per players. Both players must have each other listed for the friend request to be granted.Important times and dates:Random Draw: Jul 25 Thu, 4pm CLC (door 11) E13Coaches Meeting: Aug 14 Wed, 6pm CLC (door 11) Main GymPicture Day: Aug 26 Mon, 5:15pm Forest Lake Sports Center Fenway Fields
  • Volleyball League Girls Entering Grades 3-6

    *** For team availability after August 4, please call 651-982-8392 or email amartens@flaschools.org.  Thank you!Volleyball is a great way to improve confidence and build friendships. Girls will work together to improve their volleyball skills while having fun! All players will receive a t-shirt if registered by the t-shirt deadline, so please indicate which size when registering. Teams will be formed on August 5. Players will be notified by their coach the week of September 9 with practice schedule. Games will be played on Mondays starting the week of September 23 to November 25  in addition to one to two practices a week. Games will be played at either 6:15pm or 7:15pm on the scheduled night. Team schedules will have exact game time. Games will be played at Forest Lake Area Middle School. Teams will be formed by elementary schools; schools may be combined to make teams. Please register for the elementary school that you wish to play with: Columbus (CO), Forest View (FV) LILA (LA), Lino Lakes (LL) Linwood (LN), St. Peters (SP), Scandia (SC) or Wyoming (WY).Players must wear knee pads, tennis shoes and bring a water bottle with them every day. The registration deadline is August 4. For team availability after August 4, please call (651) 982-8392 or email amartens@flaschools.org. Volunteer Coaches are needed for this program. If you are interested, please indicate in the notes section when registering.Friend Requests – We will grant 1 friend request per players, both players must have each other listed for the friend request to be granted.1634-F19 Girls Entering Grades 3 – 4 FLAMS (door 1) Gym1635-F19 Girls Entering Grade 5 FLAMS (door 1) Gym1636-F19 Girls Entering Grades 6 FLAMS (door 1) GymImportant Dates:Random Draw:        Aug. 15    Thu   4 pm    CLC (door 11) Room E13Coaches Meeting:   Sep. 5      Thu   6 pm   CLC  (door 11) Main GymPicture Day:           Sep. 25     Thu    TBD    FLAMS (door 1)   Cafe
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  • Pole Vaulting Ages 9-adult

    Dream of flying? Well now is your chance to fly this summer with G-Force Pole Vault Club as we learn all about pole vaulting. First time or experienced athletes, ages 9 to adults, are encouraged to join us. Equipment, safety, pole care, run / approach, plant and swing up along with having fun will be the main emphasis. Space is limited so we can have a 1 to 5 coach to vaulter ratio. Learn more at GForcePV.org. Athletes must wear weather - appropriate and comfortable clothing, a small notebook, pen/pencil and a water bottle each day. Family Discount: each additional family member registered for a class will receive a 30% discount. Those that are eligible for the Family Discount should register all family members and then email amartens@flaschools.org with the name of all family members registered and a refund will be processed for the discount. Register for 1517-S19A and 1517-S19B, $550 for both together.
  • Skating Lessons Level 5

    Let’s learn to ice skate! We offer lessons for everyone. If you are looking to play hockey, figure skate or just skate for fun, our lessons will be the perfect fit. We teach the basics of ice skating, focusing on fundamentals and having fun. Skaters are grouped by their skating ability/level. Our skater to coach ratio is 12 to 1 per class. Please note: When the Skating Director feels a skater has mastered all of the skills in their level, they will be moved up to the next level/class.Skaters must be dressed for the cold. We recommend mittens, hats and comfortable, easy to move in clothing. All skaters ages 6 and under must have a helmet on (bike or hockey helmets are fine). We recommend having the younger skaters wear snow pants as it keeps them warm and dry. Skaters must provide their own skates. Rental skates are available at the Forest Lake Cycle and Skate located at the Forest Lake Sports Center for an additional cost. Level 5 skaters must have passed Level 4. Level 5 Skills: Backwards Stroking, Backwards Crossovers (Left over Right Foot and Right Left Foot), T-Stop (Right Foot and Left Foot)Important Dates:Fall Session 1:  Sep 7 – Oct 12Deadline: Aug 25Fall Session 2 : Oct 26 – Dec 21Deadline: Oct 13Field house Rink dates: Nov 2 and Nov 16
  • Skating Lessons Level 7

    Let’s learn to ice skate! We offer lessons for everyone. If you are looking to play hockey, figure skate or just skate for fun, our lessons will be the perfect fit. We teach the basics of ice skating, focusing on fundamentals and having fun. Skaters are grouped by their skating ability/level. Our skater to coach ratio is 12 to 1 per class. Please note: When the Skating Director feels a skater has mastered all of the skills in their level, they will be moved up to the next level/class.Skaters must be dressed for the cold. We recommend mittens, hats and comfortable, easy to move in clothing. All skaters ages 6 and under must have a helmet on (bike or hockey helmets are fine). We recommend having the younger skaters wear snow pants as it keeps them warm and dry. Skaters must provide their own skates. Rental skates are available at the Forest Lake Cycle and Skate located at the Forest Lake Sports Center for an additional cost. Level 7 skaters must have passed Level 6. Level 7 Skills: Right Forward Inside 3-Turn, Left Forward Inside 3-Turn, Forward Edges (Forward Outside Edges and Forward Inside Edges), Shoot-the-duck or Lunge, Bunny Hop.Important Dates:Fall Session 1:  Sep 7 – Oct 12Deadline: Aug 25Fall Session 2 : Oct 26 – Dec 21Deadline: Oct 13Field house Rink dates: Nov 2 and Nov 16
  • Skating Lessons Level 8

    Let’s learn to ice skate! We offer lessons for everyone. If you are looking to play hockey, figure skate or just skate for fun, our lessons will be the perfect fit. We teach the basics of ice skating, focusing on fundamentals and having fun. Skaters are grouped by their skating ability/level. Our skater to coach ratio is 12 to 1 per class. Please note: When the Skating Director feels a skater has mastered all of the skills in their level, they will be moved up to the next level/class.Skaters must be dressed for the cold. We recommend mittens, hats and comfortable, easy to move in clothing. All skaters ages 6 and under must have a helmet on (bike or hockey helmets are fine). We recommend having the younger skaters wear snow pants as it keeps them warm and dry. Skaters must provide their own skates. Rental skates are available at the Forest Lake Cycle and Skate located at the Forest Lake Sports Center for an additional cost. Level 8 skaters must have passed Level 7. Level 8 Skills: Forward Inside Pivot, Two-Foot Spin, Forward Spiral, Backwards Edges (Backwards Outside Edges and Backwards Inside Edges), One-Half Flip, Waltz Jump.Important Dates:Fall Session 1:  Sep 7 – Oct 12Deadline: Aug 25Fall Session 2 : Oct 26 – Dec 21Deadline: Oct 13Field house Rink dates: Nov 2 and Nov 16
  • Skating Lessons Level 2

    Let’s learn to ice skate! We offer lessons for everyone. If you are looking to play hockey, figure skate or just skate for fun, our lessons will be the perfect fit. We teach the basics of ice skating, focusing on fundamentals and having fun. Skaters are grouped by their skating ability/level. Our skater to coach ratio is 12 to 1 per class. Please note: When the Skating Director feels a skater has mastered all of the skills in their level, they will be moved up to the next level/class.Skaters must be dressed for the cold. We recommend mittens, hats and comfortable, easy to move in clothing. All skaters ages 6 and under must have a helmet on (bike or hockey helmets are fine). We recommend having the younger skaters wear snow pants as it keeps them warm and dry. Skaters must provide their own skates. Rental skates are available at the Forest Lake Cycle and Skate located at the Forest Lake Sports Center for an additional cost. Level 2 skaters must have passed Level 1. Level 2 Skills: Dip, Two-Foot Glide, Forward Swizzle Standing Still, Single Forward Swizzle, Two Rocking HorsesImportant Dates:Fall Session 1:  Sep 7 – Oct 12Deadline: Aug 25Fall Session 2 : Oct 26 – Dec 21Deadline: Oct 13Field house Rink dates: Nov 2 and Nov 16
  • Skating Lessons Level 9 & up

    Let’s learn to ice skate! We offer lessons for everyone. If you are looking to play hockey, figure skate or just skate for fun, our lessons will be the perfect fit. We teach the basics of ice skating, focusing on fundamentals and having fun. Skaters are grouped by their skating ability/level. Our skater to coach ratio is 12 to 1 per class. Please note: When the Skating Director feels a skater has mastered all of the skills in their level, they will be moved up to the next level/class.Skaters must be dressed for the cold. We recommend mittens, hats and comfortable, easy to move in clothing. All skaters ages 6 and under must have a helmet on (bike or hockey helmets are fine). We recommend having the younger skaters wear snow pants as it keeps them warm and dry. Skaters must provide their own skates. Rental skates are available at the Forest Lake Cycle and Skate located at the Forest Lake Sports Center for an additional cost. Level 9 and Up skaters must have passed Level 8. Level 9 Skills: For Level 9 and up elements, please go to the website under the Community Ed tab at www.rangers.flaschools.org, for all elements.Important Dates:Fall Session 1:  Sep 7 – Oct 12Deadline: Aug 25Fall Session 2 : Oct 26 – Dec 21Deadline: Oct 13Field house Rink dates: Nov 2 and Nov 16
  • Skating Lessons Level 6

    Let’s learn to ice skate! We offer lessons for everyone. If you are looking to play hockey, figure skate or just skate for fun, our lessons will be the perfect fit. We teach the basics of ice skating, focusing on fundamentals and having fun. Skaters are grouped by their skating ability/level. Our skater to coach ratio is 12 to 1 per class. Please note: When the Skating Director feels a skater has mastered all of the skills in their level, they will be moved up to the next level/class.Skaters must be dressed for the cold. We recommend mittens, hats and comfortable, easy to move in clothing. All skaters ages 6 and under must have a helmet on (bike or hockey helmets are fine). We recommend having the younger skaters wear snow pants as it keeps them warm and dry. Skaters must provide their own skates. Rental skates are available at the Forest Lake Cycle and Skate located at the Forest Lake Sports Center for an additional cost. Level 6 skaters must have passed Level 5. Level 6 Skills: Right Forward Outside 3-Turn, Left Forward Outside 3-Turn, Right Forward Inside Open Mohawk Combination Step, Left Forward Inside Open Mohawk Combination Step, Hockey StopImportant Dates:Fall Session 1:  Sep 7 – Oct 12Deadline: Aug 25Fall Session 2 : Oct 26 – Dec 21Deadline: Oct 13Field house Rink dates: Nov 2 and Nov 16
  • Skating Lessons Level 4

    Let’s learn to ice skate! We offer lessons for everyone. If you are looking to play hockey, figure skate or just skate for fun, our lessons will be the perfect fit. We teach the basics of ice skating, focusing on fundamentals and having fun. Skaters are grouped by their skating ability/level. Our skater to coach ratio is 12 to 1 per class. Please note: When the Skating Director feels a skater has mastered all of the skills in their level, they will be moved up to the next level/class.Skaters must be dressed for the cold. We recommend mittens, hats and comfortable, easy to move in clothing. All skaters ages 6 and under must have a helmet on (bike or hockey helmets are fine). We recommend having the younger skaters wear snow pants as it keeps them warm and dry. Skaters must provide their own skates. Rental skates are available at the Forest Lake Cycle and Skate located at the Forest Lake Sports Center for an additional cost. Level 4 skaters must of passed Level 3.  Level 4 Skills: Forward Stroking, Forward Crossovers (Left over Right Foot and Right over Left Foot), One-Foot Snowplow Stop, Two-Foot Turn from Forward to BackwardsImportant Dates:Fall Session 1:  Sep 7 – Oct 12Deadline: Aug 25Fall Session 2 : Oct 26 – Dec 21Deadline: Oct 13Field house Rink dates: Nov 2 and Nov 16
  • Skating Lessons Level 1 Ages 3-5

    Let’s learn to ice skate! We offer lessons for everyone. If you are looking to play hockey, figure skate or just skate for fun, our lessons will be the perfect fit. We teach the basics of ice skating, focusing on fundamentals and having fun. Skaters are grouped by their skating ability/level. Our skater to coach ratio is 12 to 1 per class. Please note: When the Skating Director feels a skater has mastered all of the skills in their level, they will be moved up to the next level/class.Skaters must be dressed for the cold. We recommend mittens, hats and comfortable, easy to move in clothing. All skaters ages 6 and under must have a helmet on (bike or hockey helmets are fine). We recommend having the younger skaters wear snow pants as it keeps them warm and dry. Skaters must provide their own skates. Rental skates are available at the Forest Lake Cycle and Skate located at the Forest Lake Sports Center for an additional cost. Skills: Proper way to fall down and get up, marching in a standing position and marching while moving.Important Dates:Fall Session 1:  Sep 7 – Oct 12Deadline: Aug 25Fall Session 2 : Oct 26 – Dec 21Deadline: Oct 13Field house Rink dates: Nov 2 and Nov 16
  • Skating Lessons Level 3

    Let’s learn to ice skate! We offer lessons for everyone. If you are looking to play hockey, figure skate or just skate for fun, our lessons will be the perfect fit. We teach the basics of ice skating, focusing on fundamentals and having fun. Skaters are grouped by their skating ability/level. Our skater to coach ratio is 12 to 1 per class. Please note: When the Skating Director feels a skater has mastered all of the skills in their level, they will be moved up to the next level/class.Skaters must be dressed for the cold. We recommend mittens, hats and comfortable, easy to move in clothing. All skaters ages 6 and under must have a helmet on (bike or hockey helmets are fine). We recommend having the younger skaters wear snow pants as it keeps them warm and dry. Skaters must provide their own skates. Rental skates are available at the Forest Lake Cycle and Skate located at the Forest Lake Sports Center for an additional cost. Level 3 skaters must have passed Level 2 OR beginning skaters ages 6 and up. Level 3 Skills: One-Foot Glide (Right & Left), Forward Swizzles, Backwards Swizzles, Backwards Wiggles, Backwards Two-Foot GlideImportant Dates:Fall Session 1:  Sep 7 – Oct 12Deadline: Aug 25Fall Session 2 : Oct 26 – Dec 21Deadline: Oct 13Field house Rink dates: Nov 2 and Nov 16
  • Pole Vaulting Ages 9 & Up

    Join up with GForcePV as we learn about pole vault. First time or experienced athletes ages 9 to adults are encouraged to join us. Equipment, safety, pole care, run/approach, plant and swing-up along with having fun will be the main emphasis. Space is limited so we can have a 1 to 5 coach to vaulter ratio. Learn more at GForcePV.org.  Athletes must wear weather appropriate and comfortable clothing, bring a small notebook and pen/pencil and a water bottle with them each day.Family discount: each additional family member registered for a class will receive a 30% discount. Those that are eligible for the family discount should register all family members and then email amartens@flaschools.org with the name of all family members registered and we will process a refund for the discount. The registration deadline is September 2 and rain make-up date is October 27.  
  • {YEL} Junior Soccer Grades K-3

    Get outside and get kickin’! We teach the fundamentals of dribbling, passing, receiving and scoring. Emphasis is on teamwork, fundamentals, safety and fast-paced action. Get your kid's pulse pounding today.
  • Intro to Hockey Ages 4-7

    Let’s learn to play hockey! We have partnered with the Forest Lake Hockey Association (FLHA) to offer this great introduction to hockey program. Each week we will expand on basic skating skills in a hockey environment. Fundamental skills will be taught though stations, age appropriate drills and games with the emphasis on fun. Skaters will be split into skill levels. Everyone will work on expanding their basic skating skills while the higher level skaters will begin to incorporate hockey plays and stickhandling. Volunteer coaches are needed for this program. If you are interested, please indicate when registering. Coaches must provide their own skates and helmet.Full hockey equipment is required and should include: skates, helmet with face guard, shoulder pads, elbow pads, hockey breezers, gloves, shin pads and stick. A mouth guard and protective cup are recommended. A hockey jersey and hockey socks will be provided.Please note the prerequisite: Participants must have passed Level 2 in skating lessons or be able to skate across the ice with no assistance. Important Dates: Picture Day: Oct 13      8:30 am (session A)                                      9:15 am (session B)Deadline: Sept 15 Different Rink Dates:  Nov 17   Field House
  • Intro to Wrestling - Ages 4-Grade 6

    Would you like to learn about wrestling? Here’s your chance! This introductory wrestling league is centered around the inexperienced wrestler. Students will spend part of the time in group drills then split into age/weight appropriate groups for matches. Learn technique, meet new friends and have fun! Coached by FL Youth Club Coaches and FLAHS wrestlers.
  • Fencing Ages 6-Adult

    Fencing is a vigorous sport that develops stamina, quick reactions, speed, accuracy of movement and excellent coordination. Classes begin with warm-up exercises followed by games, footwork and drills in a fun, enjoyable atmosphere. Through strategic bouting, students will learn fencing strategies that require problem solving skills. Fencers also build confidence and develop their analytical skills by learning and practicing how to referee bouts. Students are fully protected with a mask, jacket and gloves. All equipment is provided including safety jackets and masks. Students should wear long athletic pants, a t-shirt, athletic shoes and bring a bottle of water.
  • {YEL!} Junior Basketball Grades K-3

    Fundamentals and fun are in store! Emphasis is placed on developing the basic skills of dribbling, shooting, passing, sportsmanship and teamwork. We use engaging and dynamic games to support students’ growth including our unique three-on-three style game. This is a high-octane class with an inclusive atmosphere. But hurry, the shot-clock is running down!  Please note that the dates are different from what was listed in the catalog for the Lakes International Language Academy class.  We apologize for any inconvenience.  
  • Tae Kwon Do Ages 6-100

    Traditional Tae Kwon Do, an ancient Korean martial art over a thousand years old, is rapidly becoming the world's most popular martial art and form of self-defense. Tae Kwon Do for children is not only great exercise, but also builds confidence, character and self-control. Parents report that their children become more focused in school and improve their social relations with others. For families, it is an excellent activity to participate in together no matter what your level of athletic ability. Sun Yi's Academy is located at 255 MN-97 #5b, Forest Lake.
  • Basketball League - Girls Grade 4

    Shoot and score! Join our Youth Basketball League were we will focus on the fundamentals, sportsmanship and having fun. All players will receive a t-shirt if registered by the t-shirt deadline, so please indicate which size when registering. Teams will be formed by elementary schools; schools may be combined to make teams. Please register for the elementary school that you wish to play with: Columbus (CO), Forest View (FV) LILA (LA), Lino Lakes (LL) Linwood (LN), St. Peters (SP), Scandia (SC) or Wyoming (WY). Teams will be formed on October 21. Players will be notified by their coach the week of November 25 with practice schedule. Games will be played starting the week of December 9 to March 2 in addition to one to two practices a week. Games will be played at either 6:15pm or 7:15pm on the scheduled night. Team schedules will have exact game time. T-shirt Registration Deadline: October 13 (Only those registered by this date will receive a team shirt). For team availability after October 13, please call (651) 982-8392 or email amartens@flaschools.org.Volunteer coaches are needed for this program. If you are interested, please indicate in the notes section when registering.Players must wear tennis shoes and bring a water bottle with them every day.Friend Requests – We will grant (1) friend request per player. Both players must have each other listed for the friend request to be granted.Important Dates:Random Draw:       Oct 30      4:00pm      Education Center (formerly Southwest Jr. High)Coaches Meeting:  Nov 21     6:00pm      Education Center - GymPicture Day:           Dec 7       8:00am      FLAMS Cafeteria
  • Basketball League - Boys Grade 4

    Shoot and score! Join our Youth Basketball League were we will focus on the fundamentals, sportsmanship and having fun. All players will receive a t-shirt if registered by the t-shirt deadline, so please indicate which size when registering. Teams will be formed by elementary schools; schools may be combined to make teams. Please register for the elementary school that you wish to play with: Columbus (CO), Forest View (FV) LILA (LA), Lino Lakes (LL) Linwood (LN), St. Peters (SP), Scandia (SC) or Wyoming (WY). Teams will be formed on October 21. Players will be notified by their coach the week of November 25 with practice schedule. Games will be played starting the week of December 9 to March 2 in addition to one to two practices a week. Games will be played at either 6:15pm or 7:15pm on the scheduled night. Team schedules will have exact game time. T-shirt Registration Deadline: October 13 (Only those registered by this date will receive a team shirt). For team availability after October 13, please call (651) 982-8392 or email amartens@flaschools.org.Volunteer coaches are needed for this program. If you are interested, please indicate in the notes section when registering.Players must wear tennis shoes and bring a water bottle with them every day.Friend Requests – We will grant (1) friend request per player. Both players must have each other listed for the friend request to be granted.Important Dates:Random Draw:       Oct 30      4:00pm      Education Center (formerly Southwest Jr. High)Coaches Meeting:  Nov 21     6:00pm      Education Center - GymPicture Day:           Dec 7       8:00am      FLAMS Cafeteria
  • Basketball League - Boys Grades 2-3

    Shoot and score! Join our Youth Basketball League were we will focus on the fundamentals, sportsmanship and having fun. All players will receive a t-shirt if registered by the t-shirt deadline, so please indicate which size when registering. Teams will be formed by elementary schools; schools may be combined to make teams. Please register for the elementary school that you wish to play with: Columbus (CO), Forest View (FV) LILA (LA), Lino Lakes (LL) Linwood (LN), St. Peters (SP), Scandia (SC) or Wyoming (WY). Teams will be formed on October 21. Players will be notified by their coach the week of November 25 with practice schedule. Games will be played starting the week of December 9 to March 2 in addition to one to two practices a week. Games will be played at either 6:15pm or 7:15pm on the scheduled night. Team schedules will have exact game time. T-shirt Registration Deadline: October 13 (Only those registered by this date will receive a team shirt). For team availability after October 13, please call (651) 982-8392 or email amartens@flaschools.org.Volunteer coaches are needed for this program. If you are interested, please indicate in the notes section when registering.Players must wear tennis shoes and bring a water bottle with them every day.Friend Requests – We will grant (1) friend request per player. Both players must have each other listed for the friend request to be granted.Important Dates:Random Draw:        Oct 30      4:00pm      Education Center (formerly Southwest Jr. High)Coaches Meeting:   Nov 21     6:00pm      Education Center - GymPicture Day:            Dec 7       8:00am       FLAMS Cafeteria