What's the difference? Clinics are geared towards learning and trying a new activity. Non- clinics are for those already interested in the activity that are hoping to get more game play and make new friends in a fun environment. Clinics typically meet once a week for 60-90 minutes whereas non-clinics typically have a practice day and a game day.
A huge THANK YOU goes out to all the volunteer coaches! You're a large part of the amazing stories being made every day here at the Y!
Youth sports at the Y are a success in large part because of all the volunteer coaches! Each team in each league is coached, often by a parent, on a volunteer basis. Each Youth Sports program has opportunities for volunteers to coach, assist, and referee games. If you’re a parent of a child enrolling in a youth sport and would like to be a coach, please answer accordingly in the online enrollment form for your chosen sport. If you don't have a child in the sport, contact us for more information.
Contact Senior Program Director, 715-392-5611 EXT 103
SUPERIOR YOUTH SPORTS MISSION STATEMENT:
The Superior YMCA is committed to building great kids through sports! Your children will grow as athletes and community members through our emphasis on five key development areas.
To assist young persons through YMCA youth sports in building character, developing skills, and having fun in a safe and inclusive environment.
SUPERIOR YMCA CANCELLATION POLICY
**The Superior Douglas County Family YMCA will not be able to offer refunds for any program cancellation. By enrolling your child in our programming you are agreeing to abide by the Superior YMCA Code of Conduct and you agree to follow all policies and protocols that are in place for YMCA youth programming.