Student of the Month

Caroline Stringfellow, Syracuse Connection magazine, Student of the Month, Go Davis

Caroline Stringfellow

Caroline was nominated for this award based on her determination on and off the field/court. Her ability to balance school, work, and the many sports she participates in on a daily basis is outstanding. As Mr. Williams stated, “Caroline is a force to be reckoned with.” Caroline is best known for leading the Syracuse High School soccer team to a region title, its first playoff game, and advancing the team to the championship game. Caroline was named 2017 All-Area Girls Soccer MVP as a freshman. She is also a member of the La Roca Soccer club, that won the state championship, the Western Regionals, and was in the semifinals of the National Championship. Caroline was also on the honor roll first term.

Syracuse chamber logo,Students of the Month, Syracuse City, Syracuse Connection Magazine, Go Davis

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Youth Activities

SPRING SOCCER: Registration January 1- February 25

This program is for Little Kicks (must be 4 as of September 1, 2018) thru 6th Grade. All leagues are Co-Ed. Cost is $46 (Residents). Registration fee includes a jersey, shorts, and socks.

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL: Registration February 1- March 31

This program is for pre-kindergarteners (must be 5 before September 1, 2018) thru 9th grade. The cost/league is as follows: T-Ball and Coach Pitch ($40), Machine Pitch ($45), Minor/Major ($50), Jr. High ($55). Registration fee includes a jersey and hat.

YOUTH TUMBLING: Registration February 1 – March 2

There will be 6 classes taught by Safety-Certified Instructor Kim Nielson

Days classes are held: Tuesday or Wednesday

Classes Begins: Tuesday, March 6 or Wednesday, March 7.

*Classes will not be held April 3rd and 4th (Spring Break)

Cost: $40

PRESCHOOL TUMBLING: (3/4 year-olds) 5:00 pm – 5:45 pm

Children will learn beginning tumbling skills.

Beginning Tumbling: (Based on skill level, no age requirements) 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Should be able to do cartwheels and forward rolls.

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