FAQ - During And After School Program
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the length of the program?
The length of the program consists of two seasons (fall & spring) of 3-4 months each.
Will the program be fully insured?
Yes, by enrolling the children into US Club Soccer, they will automatically be covered. Further details can be provide if necessary.
Is there a minimum number of children required to register?
Yes, 6 children would need to register for each group of 18 maximum (per coach).
When could you start the program?
You can start the program at any time throughout the school year.
On which days can you operate the after and during school program?
Every school has a different schedule. Please check with your school the correct day or feel free to reach us out at any time..
I have 3 kids in the school. Can I get a discount?
Yes, take 10% off your 2nd and 3rd child’s monthly fee.
Where do the kids play? Do they have to get a bus to a park somewhere?
No, they play in the comfort and safety of the School or Preschool. Session will be in a field, a classroom or a spacious safe area within the school.
Do we have to pay for uniforms, cleats, soccer balls etc.?
There is no need to purchase anything as we make it affordable for all. Only soccer schoes (recommended) or sneakers and comfort attire are required on soccer days. No sandals please! And we provide all the equipment such as soccer balls, uniforms, and any additional soccer equipment necessary.
Are there volunteers (parent coaches)?
No, the coaches are all professional, licensed and experienced with huge soccer playing and training backgrounds.
My kids played league soccer with other programs and hardly touched the ball, so they learned nothing. What do you do different?
We follow an expertly designed fun teaching curriculum. Each week a different skill is taught through imaginative, fun child recognized themed games. Practices consist of activities where each child has a ball. Age appropriate level of difficulty is carefully considered and children play with their own age group.
What other things do the children learn at these classes?
With the use of balance, coordination, agility, endurance, and speed exercises, we teach motor skills. Discipline, team work, and sportsmanship are also encouraged.
What happens on rain outs?
We will try to do something inside a school building.