We hope this message finds you and your families doing well.
As stated in our last message over a year ago, the NorCal Academy has been actively monitoring the growing public health concerns related to the coronavirus and its effects within our community. We took this matter very seriously as the health and safety of our NCA family is our highest priority.
Through the years, the NCA has worked closely with the Santa Rosa City Schools (SRCS) and their protocols, along with guidelines within the entire AAU program. Club Directors have been routinely connecting with SRCS personnel in efforts to restart our program and to coordinate our events in a responsible and seamless fashion. Now that the high schools have completed their spring indoor seasons and the state of California is loosening restrictions on June 15th, we have secured gym time that will allow us to provide summer training opportunities.
Registration for our 2021 Summer Skill Development Programs is now open to girls in grades 3–5 and 6–8. The sessions will be one hour in length, two per week for four weeks beginning Tuesday, June 29th and ending July 22nd. All sessions will be held at Maria Carrillo High School and will be instructed by Analy High School coach Katie Deneau. Due to the gym size, sessions will be limited to 20 players per age group, so if you are interested please do not hesitate to register by clicking the appropriate link below.
To Summarize our 2021 NCA summer offering:
- Providing: Skill development (8 sessions)
- Open to girls in grades: 3-5 and 6-8
- Location: Maria Carrillo High School
- Coach: Analy High School’s Katie Deneau
- Start Date: Tuesday, June 29th
- End Date: Thursday, July 22nd
- Days: Tuesdays and Thursdays
- Time: Grade 3-5 (5-6 pm) / Grades 6-8 (6-7 pm)
- Limited to 20 players per group
- Cost: $80
- Questions: email NCA Director Jeff Paul at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your support of the NCA and we hope to see you in the gym soon!
Thank you for your support of the NCA and your understanding while we worked through the pandemic.