Sep
19
Sat
Slamma Jamma Pickleball Tournament ’20
Sep 19 – Sep 20 all-day

SLAMMA JAMMA Pickleball Tournament
CANCELLED FOR 2020


SLAMMA JAMMA Pickleball Tournament – CANCELLED
Sponsored by Selkirk Sport

Men’s and Women’s Doubles Saturday, September 19th
Mixed Doubles on Sunday, September 20th

Skill Level, Round Robin format.

2 age divisions: 50 and over, Under 50

Registration Deadline is TBA

Here is how it works:

  • There will be medals, first and second for each pool.
  • Overall points used in case of a tie.
  • You will be assigned a match to referee with trained assistance.
  • The skill levels for this tournament will be 2.0, 2.5, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, and 5.0
  • There will be lots of fun and play for all.

Registration open soon

Hotel Information – We have secured great hotel rates from our partners. Please mention the “HUB” and Pickleball when you call to make your reservation. All hotels are within 10 minutes of the facility door to door. http://www.hubsportscenter.org/partners/hotels/

 

Thank You to our 2019 Sponsors!

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Sep
21
Mon
CVSD Academic Support Program
Sep 21 @ 8:00 am – 3:30 pm
CVSD Academic Support Program @ HUB Sports Center

It’s almost time to go back to school and the HUB Sports Center is here to help support kids & their families with their distance learning.

We are providing a daytime academic support program for Central Valley School District students in K-8th grade. CVSD staff will facilitate access to distance learning programs.

Students will be placed in groups of 20 with teachers based on grade levels. This will be their group for the entire week. Families will be kept together the best we can.

Bring your laptop with power cord each day.
Have functional headphones with microphone capabilities for each student (preferred).
Bring log-in and distance learning information.
Bring basic school supplies needed for distance learning (pencils, paper, etc.).

Must be pre-registered.

Cost: $50/student per week. Dates are non-transferable.

When: Monday through Friday. 8:00am-3:30pm. Begins September 9th.

 

Virtual Elementary Schedule – Example
9:30-10:00 Morning Meeting: Social Emotional Learning
10:00-10:30 English Language Arts (ELA)
Small Group Instruction-Group A 15 minutes-Group B 15 minutes
ELA Independent Work

-MobyMax

-IDR

10:30-11:00 ELA: Being a Reader or Making Meaning – WHOLE GROUP Instruction
11:00-11:30 ELA Small Group Instruction

-Group C 15 minutes

-Group D 15 minutes

ELA Independent Work

-MobyMax

-Independent Reading

11:30-11:45 Break: Bathroom, Snack, Brain Break
11:45-12:00 ELA: Being a Writer – WHOLE GROUP Instruction
12:00-12:30 ELA Small Group Instruction

-Conferring

ELA Independent Work

-Writing

-MobyMax

12:30-1:00 Lunch
1:00-1:30 Zearn Math – WHOLE GROUP Instruction

-Fluency

-Word Problems

1:30-2:00 Small Group Math Zearn Lesson

-Group A 15 minutes

-Group B 15 minutes

Independent Math Zearn Work

-Zearn digital

2:00-2:30 Science/Social Studies/Enrichment

-MobyMax

2:30-2:45 Break: Bathroom, Snack, Brain Break
2:45-3:10 Science/Social Studies/Enrichment

-MobyMax

Class Meeting Wrap Up: Social Emotional Learning

Dismissal

3:10-3:40 Student Independent Work and Teacher Access Time

 

Virtual Middle School Schedule – Example
8:30-8:35 Log-on time for students
8:35-10:05 1st period
10:05-10:15 Passing period/log-on time for students
10:15-11:45 2nd period
11:45-12:15 Lunch
12:15-12:20 Passing time/log-on time for students
12:20-1:50 3rd period
1:50-2:00 Transition period/Independent wrap-up
2:00-3:00 Student Independent Work and Teacher Access Time

COVID Policies:
Parents/guardians must stay outside the facility except for check-in/pickup or in an emergency situation. Everyone will need to wear a mask when in the facility (may be taken off during physical activity). Students will need to bring their own water bottle – drinking fountains will be closed (filling stations will be open). We kindly ask everyone to please exit the building after the program ends. Student attendance will be tracked for contract tracing purposes. HUB Sports Center works closely with the SRHD and follows SRHD and CDC Guidelines.

 

Beg./Int. Pickleball Play
Sep 21 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am
Beg./Int. Pickleball Play @ HUB Sports Center

To help reduce the spread of coronavirus and adhere to CDC guidelines, we’ve made changes to our Open Play Pickleball. For the time being, we are not allowing drop-in players. All players must be scheduled to play. Please use the following calendar to select your date/time of choice to play. Read below for instructions and policies.

Reservations are open 24 hours prior to start time and spots are only reserved until 1 hour before the beginning of a session. Only 10 spots available per session.

We have two sessions each day:
9:30-11:30am: Beginner/Intermediate Play ($5)
12:00-2:00pm: Intermediate/Advanced Play ($5)

You must pay at checkout
or
If you wish to pay with a punch card select “Pay Deposit Amount”. Old punch cards will be honored until they run out of punches. If you are out of punches HUB staff will notify you. Punch cards are now available for purchase online. At this time we are not offering “in-person” punch card purchases.

Play begins at the scheduled time. We ask that you do not enter the facility until 5 minutes before your scheduled play time. HUB staff will begin checking people in at that time. Early attendees will be asked to wait in the parking lot. Play ends promptly at the designated time – please exit within 5 minutes of your end time.

At check-in you will be assigned a court to play on. DO NOT start setting up nets beforehand. There is NO mixing between courts. You must stay on your designated court for the entire duration. We ask that you remain 6′ apart from others at all times.

Everyone will need to wear a mask entering or leaving the facility (may be taken off during physical activity). Everyone will need to bring their own water bottle – drinking fountains will be closed (filling stations will be open).Locker rooms are closed.

Before arriving, we please ask that you self-screen using the following questionnaire. HUB staff will again ask these questions at check-in for documentation purposes.

In the past 14 days, have you or anyone in your household experienced any of the following symptoms? If so, we kindly ask you to please NOT enter the facility.

  • Fever
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Cough
  • Sore Throat
  • Chills
  • New loss of taste/smell

When in the facility, we ask that you agree to the following policies to help us stop the spread.

  • Wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based sanitizer.We recommend bringing your own hand sanitizer.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze.
  • Social distance by providing 6 feet of separation from others whenever possible.
  • You agree to stay on your designated court for the entire session

If you cannot agree to all of these policies, we will ask you to please leave the facility and you will not be refunded for your session.

Please check the Pickleball page to confirm this night is “in play”.

https://www.hubsportscenter.org/pickleball

Fit for YOUR Life Exercise Class
Sep 21 @ 9:30 am – 10:30 am
Fit for YOUR Life Exercise Class @ HUB Sports Center

Cancelled until further notice due to COVID-19

Fit for YOUR Life Functional Fitness. Personalized small group strength classes taught by doctor of physical therapy Paula Stiles DPT, OCS, Pn1.  Come improve your overall strength, endurance, balance, and flexibility in a safe supervised environment.  Your goals determine the workouts!  We will utilize weights, balance boards, body weight exercises and more.  Bring a water bottle, towel, and a mat if you have one.

Classes are 60 minutes with a warm up, strength, balance and conditioning exercises 35-45 minutes.  Then cool down and flexibility work at the end.

Classes meet in the studio upstairs at the HUB Sports Center.

Mondays : 9:30-10:30am
Tuesdays: 9:00-10:00am
Thursdays: 8:30-9:30am

 

Email: ffylpt@outlook.com to register.

 

About the instructor:

Paula Stiles  DPT, OCS, Pn1

I  have 17 years’ experience as an outpatient physical therapist with an Orthopedic Specialist Certification through the American Physical Therapy Association. I originally graduated with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy but have since earned a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. I enjoy working with anyone that has a goal. The goal may be to have less pain with daily activities, learn to have a healthy relationship with food or it may be to run a marathon, if you want to do it. I want to help! I have worked with all ages and performance levels including professional triathletes, professional baseball and football players, along with many college athletes.  Some of my most rewarding clients have been the beginning runner and the baby boomer who wants to keep active for their retirement.

Int./Adv. Pickleball Play
Sep 21 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Int./Adv. Pickleball Play @ HUB Sports Center

To help reduce the spread of coronavirus and adhere to CDC guidelines, we’ve made changes to our Open Play Pickleball. For the time being, we are not allowing drop-in players. All players must be scheduled to play. Please use the following calendar to select your date/time of choice to play. Read below for instructions and policies.

Reservations are open 24 hours prior to start time and spots are only reserved until 1 hour before the beginning of a session. Only 10 spots available per session.

We have two sessions each day:
9:30-11:30am: Beginner/Intermediate Play ($5)
12:00-2:00pm: Intermediate/Advanced Play ($5)

You must pay at checkout
or
If you wish to pay with a punch card select “Pay Deposit Amount”. Old punch cards will be honored until they run out of punches. If you are out of punches HUB staff will notify you. Punch cards are now available for purchase online. At this time we are not offering “in-person” punch card purchases.

Play begins at the scheduled time. We ask that you do not enter the facility until 5 minutes before your scheduled play time. HUB staff will begin checking people in at that time. Early attendees will be asked to wait in the parking lot. Play ends promptly at the designated time – please exit within 5 minutes of your end time.

At check-in you will be assigned a court to play on. DO NOT start setting up nets beforehand. There is NO mixing between courts. You must stay on your designated court for the entire duration. We ask that you remain 6′ apart from others at all times.

Everyone will need to wear a mask entering or leaving the facility (may be taken off during physical activity). Everyone will need to bring their own water bottle – drinking fountains will be closed (filling stations will be open).Locker rooms are closed.

Before arriving, we please ask that you self-screen using the following questionnaire. HUB staff will again ask these questions at check-in for documentation purposes.

In the past 14 days, have you or anyone in your household experienced any of the following symptoms? If so, we kindly ask you to please NOT enter the facility.

  • Fever
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Cough
  • Sore Throat
  • Chills
  • New loss of taste/smell

When in the facility, we ask that you agree to the following policies to help us stop the spread.

  • Wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based sanitizer.We recommend bringing your own hand sanitizer.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze.
  • Social distance by providing 6 feet of separation from others whenever possible.
  • You agree to stay on your designated court for the entire session

If you cannot agree to all of these policies, we will ask you to please leave the facility and you will not be refunded for your session.

Need to find the dates and times of play?  Visit our Pickleball page.

https://www.hubsportscenter.org/pickleball

After-School Program
Sep 21 @ 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
After-School Program @ HUB Sports Center

Our After-School Program is a safe space for K-8 students to come after school hours. Kids can meet new friends and engage in enrichment activities, be active, hangout and play games. 30 minutes each day will be dedicated to studying and homework time.

2020-21 Program: Students will be placed in groups of 10 with 1 teacher based on age levels (elementary and middle school grades). This will be their group for the entire week. Families will be kept together the best we can.

Must be pre-registered.

Cost: $70/student per week or $20/day. Dates are non-transferable.

When: Monday through Thursday. 3:30-5:30pm

COVID Policies:
Parents/guardians must stay outside the facility except for check-in/pickup or in an emergency situation. Everyone will need to wear a mask when in the facility (may be taken off during physical activity). Students will need to bring their own water bottle – drinking fountains will be closed (filling stations will be open). We kindly ask everyone to please exit the building after the program ends at 5:30pm. Student attendance will be tracked for contract tracing purposes. HUB Sports Center works closely with the SRHD and follows SRHD and CDC Guidelines.

 

Kenpo Karate
Sep 21 @ 5:30 pm – 6:15 pm

Students will learn and perform the basics, forms, and self-defense techniques required for yellow belt.

Boys & Girls Ages 8-12 years old.

At the end of the class, students should be able to perform 10 self-defense techniques, one short kata and execute basic blocks, punches and kicks.

$40/month

Classes meet from 5:30-6:15pm on Mondays and Wednesdays.
$10 fee for supplies.

Kenpo Karate – Adults
Sep 21 @ 6:15 pm – 7:00 pm

Students will learn and perform the basics, forms, and self-defense techniques.

Adults

At the end of the class, students should be able to perform 10 self-defense techniques, one short kata andexecute basic blocks, punches and kicks.

$50/month

Classes meet from 6:15-7:00pm on Mondays and Wednesdays.
$10 fee for supplies.

Sep
22
Tue
CVSD Academic Support Program
Sep 22 @ 8:00 am – 3:30 pm
CVSD Academic Support Program @ HUB Sports Center

It’s almost time to go back to school and the HUB Sports Center is here to help support kids & their families with their distance learning.

We are providing a daytime academic support program for Central Valley School District students in K-8th grade. CVSD staff will facilitate access to distance learning programs.

Students will be placed in groups of 20 with teachers based on grade levels. This will be their group for the entire week. Families will be kept together the best we can.

Bring your laptop with power cord each day.
Have functional headphones with microphone capabilities for each student (preferred).
Bring log-in and distance learning information.
Bring basic school supplies needed for distance learning (pencils, paper, etc.).

Must be pre-registered.

Cost: $50/student per week. Dates are non-transferable.

When: Monday through Friday. 8:00am-3:30pm. Begins September 9th.

 

Virtual Elementary Schedule – Example
9:30-10:00 Morning Meeting: Social Emotional Learning
10:00-10:30 English Language Arts (ELA)
Small Group Instruction-Group A 15 minutes-Group B 15 minutes
ELA Independent Work

-MobyMax

-IDR

10:30-11:00 ELA: Being a Reader or Making Meaning – WHOLE GROUP Instruction
11:00-11:30 ELA Small Group Instruction

-Group C 15 minutes

-Group D 15 minutes

ELA Independent Work

-MobyMax

-Independent Reading

11:30-11:45 Break: Bathroom, Snack, Brain Break
11:45-12:00 ELA: Being a Writer – WHOLE GROUP Instruction
12:00-12:30 ELA Small Group Instruction

-Conferring

ELA Independent Work

-Writing

-MobyMax

12:30-1:00 Lunch
1:00-1:30 Zearn Math – WHOLE GROUP Instruction

-Fluency

-Word Problems

1:30-2:00 Small Group Math Zearn Lesson

-Group A 15 minutes

-Group B 15 minutes

Independent Math Zearn Work

-Zearn digital

2:00-2:30 Science/Social Studies/Enrichment

-MobyMax

2:30-2:45 Break: Bathroom, Snack, Brain Break
2:45-3:10 Science/Social Studies/Enrichment

-MobyMax

Class Meeting Wrap Up: Social Emotional Learning

Dismissal

3:10-3:40 Student Independent Work and Teacher Access Time

 

Virtual Middle School Schedule – Example
8:30-8:35 Log-on time for students
8:35-10:05 1st period
10:05-10:15 Passing period/log-on time for students
10:15-11:45 2nd period
11:45-12:15 Lunch
12:15-12:20 Passing time/log-on time for students
12:20-1:50 3rd period
1:50-2:00 Transition period/Independent wrap-up
2:00-3:00 Student Independent Work and Teacher Access Time

COVID Policies:
Parents/guardians must stay outside the facility except for check-in/pickup or in an emergency situation. Everyone will need to wear a mask when in the facility (may be taken off during physical activity). Students will need to bring their own water bottle – drinking fountains will be closed (filling stations will be open). We kindly ask everyone to please exit the building after the program ends. Student attendance will be tracked for contract tracing purposes. HUB Sports Center works closely with the SRHD and follows SRHD and CDC Guidelines.

 

Fit for YOUR Life Exercise Class
Sep 22 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
Fit for YOUR Life Exercise Class @ HUB Sports Center

Cancelled until further notice due to COVID-19

Fit for YOUR Life Functional Fitness. Personalized small group strength classes taught by doctor of physical therapy Paula Stiles DPT, OCS, Pn1.  Come improve your overall strength, endurance, balance, and flexibility in a safe supervised environment.  Your goals determine the workouts!  We will utilize weights, balance boards, body weight exercises and more.  Bring a water bottle, towel, and a mat if you have one.

Classes are 60 minutes with a warm up, strength, balance and conditioning exercises 35-45 minutes.  Then cool down and flexibility work at the end.

Classes meet in the studio upstairs at the HUB Sports Center.

Tuesdays: 9:00-10:00am
Thursdays: 8:30-9:30am

Email: ffylpt@outlook.com to register.

 

About the instructor:

Paula Stiles  DPT, OCS, Pn1

I  have 17 years’ experience as an outpatient physical therapist with an Orthopedic Specialist Certification through the American Physical Therapy Association. I originally graduated with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy but have since earned a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. I enjoy working with anyone that has a goal. The goal may be to have less pain with daily activities, learn to have a healthy relationship with food or it may be to run a marathon, if you want to do it. I want to help! I have worked with all ages and performance levels including professional triathletes, professional baseball and football players, along with many college athletes.  Some of my most rewarding clients have been the beginning runner and the baby boomer who wants to keep active for their retirement.

Beg./Int. Pickleball Play
Sep 22 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am
Beg./Int. Pickleball Play @ HUB Sports Center

To help reduce the spread of coronavirus and adhere to CDC guidelines, we’ve made changes to our Open Play Pickleball. For the time being, we are not allowing drop-in players. All players must be scheduled to play. Please use the following calendar to select your date/time of choice to play. Read below for instructions and policies.

Reservations are open 24 hours prior to start time and spots are only reserved until 1 hour before the beginning of a session. Only 10 spots available per session.

We have two sessions each day:
9:30-11:30am: Beginner/Intermediate Play ($5)
12:00-2:00pm: Intermediate/Advanced Play ($5)

You must pay at checkout
or
If you wish to pay with a punch card select “Pay Deposit Amount”. Old punch cards will be honored until they run out of punches. If you are out of punches HUB staff will notify you. Punch cards are now available for purchase online. At this time we are not offering “in-person” punch card purchases.

Play begins at the scheduled time. We ask that you do not enter the facility until 5 minutes before your scheduled play time. HUB staff will begin checking people in at that time. Early attendees will be asked to wait in the parking lot. Play ends promptly at the designated time – please exit within 5 minutes of your end time.

At check-in you will be assigned a court to play on. DO NOT start setting up nets beforehand. There is NO mixing between courts. You must stay on your designated court for the entire duration. We ask that you remain 6′ apart from others at all times.

Everyone will need to wear a mask entering or leaving the facility (may be taken off during physical activity). Everyone will need to bring their own water bottle – drinking fountains will be closed (filling stations will be open).Locker rooms are closed.

Before arriving, we please ask that you self-screen using the following questionnaire. HUB staff will again ask these questions at check-in for documentation purposes.

In the past 14 days, have you or anyone in your household experienced any of the following symptoms? If so, we kindly ask you to please NOT enter the facility.

  • Fever
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Cough
  • Sore Throat
  • Chills
  • New loss of taste/smell

When in the facility, we ask that you agree to the following policies to help us stop the spread.

  • Wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based sanitizer.We recommend bringing your own hand sanitizer.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze.
  • Social distance by providing 6 feet of separation from others whenever possible.
  • You agree to stay on your designated court for the entire session

If you cannot agree to all of these policies, we will ask you to please leave the facility and you will not be refunded for your session.

Please check the Pickleball page to confirm this night is “in play”.

https://www.hubsportscenter.org/pickleball

Int./Adv. Pickleball Play
Sep 22 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Int./Adv. Pickleball Play @ HUB Sports Center

To help reduce the spread of coronavirus and adhere to CDC guidelines, we’ve made changes to our Open Play Pickleball. For the time being, we are not allowing drop-in players. All players must be scheduled to play. Please use the following calendar to select your date/time of choice to play. Read below for instructions and policies.

Reservations are open 24 hours prior to start time and spots are only reserved until 1 hour before the beginning of a session. Only 10 spots available per session.

We have two sessions each day:
9:30-11:30am: Beginner/Intermediate Play ($5)
12:00-2:00pm: Intermediate/Advanced Play ($5)

You must pay at checkout
or
If you wish to pay with a punch card select “Pay Deposit Amount”. Old punch cards will be honored until they run out of punches. If you are out of punches HUB staff will notify you. Punch cards are now available for purchase online. At this time we are not offering “in-person” punch card purchases.

Play begins at the scheduled time. We ask that you do not enter the facility until 5 minutes before your scheduled play time. HUB staff will begin checking people in at that time. Early attendees will be asked to wait in the parking lot. Play ends promptly at the designated time – please exit within 5 minutes of your end time.

At check-in you will be assigned a court to play on. DO NOT start setting up nets beforehand. There is NO mixing between courts. You must stay on your designated court for the entire duration. We ask that you remain 6′ apart from others at all times.

Everyone will need to wear a mask entering or leaving the facility (may be taken off during physical activity). Everyone will need to bring their own water bottle – drinking fountains will be closed (filling stations will be open).Locker rooms are closed.

Before arriving, we please ask that you self-screen using the following questionnaire. HUB staff will again ask these questions at check-in for documentation purposes.

In the past 14 days, have you or anyone in your household experienced any of the following symptoms? If so, we kindly ask you to please NOT enter the facility.

  • Fever
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Cough
  • Sore Throat
  • Chills
  • New loss of taste/smell

When in the facility, we ask that you agree to the following policies to help us stop the spread.

  • Wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based sanitizer.We recommend bringing your own hand sanitizer.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze.
  • Social distance by providing 6 feet of separation from others whenever possible.
  • You agree to stay on your designated court for the entire session

If you cannot agree to all of these policies, we will ask you to please leave the facility and you will not be refunded for your session.

Need to find the dates and times of play?  Visit our Pickleball page.

https://www.hubsportscenter.org/pickleball

After-School Program
Sep 22 @ 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
After-School Program @ HUB Sports Center

Our After-School Program is a safe space for K-8 students to come after school hours. Kids can meet new friends and engage in enrichment activities, be active, hangout and play games. 30 minutes each day will be dedicated to studying and homework time.

2020-21 Program: Students will be placed in groups of 10 with 1 teacher based on age levels (elementary and middle school grades). This will be their group for the entire week. Families will be kept together the best we can.

Must be pre-registered.

Cost: $70/student per week or $20/day. Dates are non-transferable.

When: Monday through Thursday. 3:30-5:30pm

COVID Policies:
Parents/guardians must stay outside the facility except for check-in/pickup or in an emergency situation. Everyone will need to wear a mask when in the facility (may be taken off during physical activity). Students will need to bring their own water bottle – drinking fountains will be closed (filling stations will be open). We kindly ask everyone to please exit the building after the program ends at 5:30pm. Student attendance will be tracked for contract tracing purposes. HUB Sports Center works closely with the SRHD and follows SRHD and CDC Guidelines.

 

Northwest Taekwondo Academy
Sep 22 @ 5:00 pm – 8:15 pm
Northwest Taekwondo Academy @ HUB Sports Center

Our children’s Taekwondo program is geared towards the development of discipline and self-esteem. As they progress we will focus on leadership qualities and skills as well. Our unique program strives to teach children skills that prepare them for life, as well as self-defense techniques enabling the child to defend him/herself when the need arises.

Classes tuition: $45/month (once per week) or $80/month (twice per week)

*Uniforms (dobak) are not included in tuition costs.

Classes meet:

Tuesday Thursday
5:00-5:45pm

 

4-6 Year Olds

7+ White & Yellow Belts

 

4-6 Year Olds

7+ White & Yellow Belts

 

5:45-6:30pm

 

Orange/Green/Blue

 

Orange/Green/Blue

 

6:30-7:15pm

 

Purple/Red/Black

 

 

 

7:15-8:15pm

 

Purple/Red/Black/Adults

Mr. Himebaugh has more that 28 years of experience in Taekwondo, Hapkido, Judo, & Kenpo Karate.

He is a 3rd Degree Kukkiwon Certified Black Belt in Taekwondo.

Mr. Himebaugh has been instructing Taekwondo for 15 years. He has taught hundreds of students and lead more than 10 students to achieve the level of 1st Dan Black Belt and beyond.

He brings with him an enthusiasm to teach and continue to mentor youth and adults in the art of Taekwondo.

 

Contact for more information:

Phone: (509) 994-7933 Mr. Himebaugh 
http://www.facebook.com/nwtkdacademy/

Click here to register

Sep
23
Wed
CVSD Academic Support Program
Sep 23 @ 8:00 am – 3:30 pm
CVSD Academic Support Program @ HUB Sports Center

It’s almost time to go back to school and the HUB Sports Center is here to help support kids & their families with their distance learning.

We are providing a daytime academic support program for Central Valley School District students in K-8th grade. CVSD staff will facilitate access to distance learning programs.

Students will be placed in groups of 20 with teachers based on grade levels. This will be their group for the entire week. Families will be kept together the best we can.

Bring your laptop with power cord each day.
Have functional headphones with microphone capabilities for each student (preferred).
Bring log-in and distance learning information.
Bring basic school supplies needed for distance learning (pencils, paper, etc.).

Must be pre-registered.

Cost: $50/student per week. Dates are non-transferable.

When: Monday through Friday. 8:00am-3:30pm. Begins September 9th.

 

Virtual Elementary Schedule – Example
9:30-10:00 Morning Meeting: Social Emotional Learning
10:00-10:30 English Language Arts (ELA)
Small Group Instruction-Group A 15 minutes-Group B 15 minutes
ELA Independent Work

-MobyMax

-IDR

10:30-11:00 ELA: Being a Reader or Making Meaning – WHOLE GROUP Instruction
11:00-11:30 ELA Small Group Instruction

-Group C 15 minutes

-Group D 15 minutes

ELA Independent Work

-MobyMax

-Independent Reading

11:30-11:45 Break: Bathroom, Snack, Brain Break
11:45-12:00 ELA: Being a Writer – WHOLE GROUP Instruction
12:00-12:30 ELA Small Group Instruction

-Conferring

ELA Independent Work

-Writing

-MobyMax

12:30-1:00 Lunch
1:00-1:30 Zearn Math – WHOLE GROUP Instruction

-Fluency

-Word Problems

1:30-2:00 Small Group Math Zearn Lesson

-Group A 15 minutes

-Group B 15 minutes

Independent Math Zearn Work

-Zearn digital

2:00-2:30 Science/Social Studies/Enrichment

-MobyMax

2:30-2:45 Break: Bathroom, Snack, Brain Break
2:45-3:10 Science/Social Studies/Enrichment

-MobyMax

Class Meeting Wrap Up: Social Emotional Learning

Dismissal

3:10-3:40 Student Independent Work and Teacher Access Time

 

Virtual Middle School Schedule – Example
8:30-8:35 Log-on time for students
8:35-10:05 1st period
10:05-10:15 Passing period/log-on time for students
10:15-11:45 2nd period
11:45-12:15 Lunch
12:15-12:20 Passing time/log-on time for students
12:20-1:50 3rd period
1:50-2:00 Transition period/Independent wrap-up
2:00-3:00 Student Independent Work and Teacher Access Time

COVID Policies:
Parents/guardians must stay outside the facility except for check-in/pickup or in an emergency situation. Everyone will need to wear a mask when in the facility (may be taken off during physical activity). Students will need to bring their own water bottle – drinking fountains will be closed (filling stations will be open). We kindly ask everyone to please exit the building after the program ends. Student attendance will be tracked for contract tracing purposes. HUB Sports Center works closely with the SRHD and follows SRHD and CDC Guidelines.

 

Beg./Int. Pickleball Play
Sep 23 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am
Beg./Int. Pickleball Play @ HUB Sports Center

To help reduce the spread of coronavirus and adhere to CDC guidelines, we’ve made changes to our Open Play Pickleball. For the time being, we are not allowing drop-in players. All players must be scheduled to play. Please use the following calendar to select your date/time of choice to play. Read below for instructions and policies.

Reservations are open 24 hours prior to start time and spots are only reserved until 1 hour before the beginning of a session. Only 10 spots available per session.

We have two sessions each day:
9:30-11:30am: Beginner/Intermediate Play ($5)
12:00-2:00pm: Intermediate/Advanced Play ($5)

You must pay at checkout
or
If you wish to pay with a punch card select “Pay Deposit Amount”. Old punch cards will be honored until they run out of punches. If you are out of punches HUB staff will notify you. Punch cards are now available for purchase online. At this time we are not offering “in-person” punch card purchases.

Play begins at the scheduled time. We ask that you do not enter the facility until 5 minutes before your scheduled play time. HUB staff will begin checking people in at that time. Early attendees will be asked to wait in the parking lot. Play ends promptly at the designated time – please exit within 5 minutes of your end time.

At check-in you will be assigned a court to play on. DO NOT start setting up nets beforehand. There is NO mixing between courts. You must stay on your designated court for the entire duration. We ask that you remain 6′ apart from others at all times.

Everyone will need to wear a mask entering or leaving the facility (may be taken off during physical activity). Everyone will need to bring their own water bottle – drinking fountains will be closed (filling stations will be open).Locker rooms are closed.

Before arriving, we please ask that you self-screen using the following questionnaire. HUB staff will again ask these questions at check-in for documentation purposes.

In the past 14 days, have you or anyone in your household experienced any of the following symptoms? If so, we kindly ask you to please NOT enter the facility.

  • Fever
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Cough
  • Sore Throat
  • Chills
  • New loss of taste/smell

When in the facility, we ask that you agree to the following policies to help us stop the spread.

  • Wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based sanitizer.We recommend bringing your own hand sanitizer.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze.
  • Social distance by providing 6 feet of separation from others whenever possible.
  • You agree to stay on your designated court for the entire session

If you cannot agree to all of these policies, we will ask you to please leave the facility and you will not be refunded for your session.

Please check the Pickleball page to confirm this night is “in play”.

https://www.hubsportscenter.org/pickleball

Int./Adv. Pickleball Play
Sep 23 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Int./Adv. Pickleball Play @ HUB Sports Center

To help reduce the spread of coronavirus and adhere to CDC guidelines, we’ve made changes to our Open Play Pickleball. For the time being, we are not allowing drop-in players. All players must be scheduled to play. Please use the following calendar to select your date/time of choice to play. Read below for instructions and policies.

Reservations are open 24 hours prior to start time and spots are only reserved until 1 hour before the beginning of a session. Only 10 spots available per session.

We have two sessions each day:
9:30-11:30am: Beginner/Intermediate Play ($5)
12:00-2:00pm: Intermediate/Advanced Play ($5)

You must pay at checkout
or
If you wish to pay with a punch card select “Pay Deposit Amount”. Old punch cards will be honored until they run out of punches. If you are out of punches HUB staff will notify you. Punch cards are now available for purchase online. At this time we are not offering “in-person” punch card purchases.

Play begins at the scheduled time. We ask that you do not enter the facility until 5 minutes before your scheduled play time. HUB staff will begin checking people in at that time. Early attendees will be asked to wait in the parking lot. Play ends promptly at the designated time – please exit within 5 minutes of your end time.

At check-in you will be assigned a court to play on. DO NOT start setting up nets beforehand. There is NO mixing between courts. You must stay on your designated court for the entire duration. We ask that you remain 6′ apart from others at all times.

Everyone will need to wear a mask entering or leaving the facility (may be taken off during physical activity). Everyone will need to bring their own water bottle – drinking fountains will be closed (filling stations will be open).Locker rooms are closed.

Before arriving, we please ask that you self-screen using the following questionnaire. HUB staff will again ask these questions at check-in for documentation purposes.

In the past 14 days, have you or anyone in your household experienced any of the following symptoms? If so, we kindly ask you to please NOT enter the facility.

  • Fever
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Cough
  • Sore Throat
  • Chills
  • New loss of taste/smell

When in the facility, we ask that you agree to the following policies to help us stop the spread.

  • Wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based sanitizer.We recommend bringing your own hand sanitizer.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze.
  • Social distance by providing 6 feet of separation from others whenever possible.
  • You agree to stay on your designated court for the entire session

If you cannot agree to all of these policies, we will ask you to please leave the facility and you will not be refunded for your session.

Need to find the dates and times of play?  Visit our Pickleball page.

https://www.hubsportscenter.org/pickleball

After-School Program
Sep 23 @ 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
After-School Program @ HUB Sports Center

Our After-School Program is a safe space for K-8 students to come after school hours. Kids can meet new friends and engage in enrichment activities, be active, hangout and play games. 30 minutes each day will be dedicated to studying and homework time.

2020-21 Program: Students will be placed in groups of 10 with 1 teacher based on age levels (elementary and middle school grades). This will be their group for the entire week. Families will be kept together the best we can.

Must be pre-registered.

Cost: $70/student per week or $20/day. Dates are non-transferable.

When: Monday through Thursday. 3:30-5:30pm

COVID Policies:
Parents/guardians must stay outside the facility except for check-in/pickup or in an emergency situation. Everyone will need to wear a mask when in the facility (may be taken off during physical activity). Students will need to bring their own water bottle – drinking fountains will be closed (filling stations will be open). We kindly ask everyone to please exit the building after the program ends at 5:30pm. Student attendance will be tracked for contract tracing purposes. HUB Sports Center works closely with the SRHD and follows SRHD and CDC Guidelines.

 

Kenpo Karate
Sep 23 @ 5:30 pm – 6:15 pm

Students will learn and perform the basics, forms, and self-defense techniques required for yellow belt.

Boys & Girls Ages 8-12 years old.

At the end of the class, students should be able to perform 10 self-defense techniques, one short kata and execute basic blocks, punches and kicks.

$40/month

Classes meet from 5:30-6:15pm on Mondays and Wednesdays.
$10 fee for supplies.

Kenpo Karate – Adults
Sep 23 @ 6:15 pm – 7:00 pm

Students will learn and perform the basics, forms, and self-defense techniques.

Adults

At the end of the class, students should be able to perform 10 self-defense techniques, one short kata andexecute basic blocks, punches and kicks.

$50/month

Classes meet from 6:15-7:00pm on Mondays and Wednesdays.
$10 fee for supplies.

Sep
24
Thu
HUB All-Star Breakfast 2020
Sep 24 @ 7:30 am – 8:30 am
HUB All-Star Breakfast 2020 @ Virtual Event

The HUB Sports Center is excited to invite you to our 7th All-Star Breakfast fundraiser on Thursday, September 24th. Due to the current Covid group meeting guidelines, this year’s event will be a virtual meeting and presentation. The program will feature Nigel Williams-Goss as our guest speaker and include an update on HUB Sports Center activities; what we accomplished since our 2019 Breakfast, how we have tackled the challenges around the pandemic, and our new, exciting plans for supporting the youth and community this fall and into 2021.

The event takes place online Thursday, September 24th.  The “waiting room” will be open by 7:20am and the program begins promptly at 7:30am and concludes by 8:30am. Please register (CLICK HERE) by September 17th.  We will send out the link the week of the event and may have some other surprises to share with our pre-registered guests.

Proceeds from the breakfast go to the HUB Sports Center, a 501c3 nonprofit.  Funds will be directed by the donor toward programs like HUB 360 (an afterschool program for at-risk middle school students), HUB Camp Scholarships for disadvantaged youth, and/or where they would be best utilized for the benefit of future generations.

ALL-STAR REGISTRATION LINK

Still want breakfast? Mirabeau Park Hotel will have a socially distanced breakfast option and a live stream of the event.  CLICK HERE for the details.

Breakfast 2019 Recap – Video Link

Here are a couple video testimonies from former HUB 360 students:

The HUB Sports Center is a 501c3 nonprofit multiuse facility that contains 50,000 sq. ft. of court space that is used for basketball, volleyball, futsal and pickleball as well as other events.

Come join our team and be a supporter as we provide events that have a positive impact on youth and the community. Thank you for your consideration.  We hope to see you on Thursday, September 24, 2020

 

Thank you to our 2020 All-Star Breakfast Sponsors:

Platinum: Garco Construction, Greenstone Homes, Horizon Credit UnionModern Electric Water Co., Multicare Valley Hospital, Gibby Media

Gold: Dishman DodgeEdward Jones – Ty BarberyRetirement Nationwide, Washington Trust Bank

Silver: AvistaBaker ConstructionBanner Bank, Broadway Flying J, Cowles Company, Thrivent Financial, US Bank, Waste Management

Click Here to be a sponsor for the 2020 All-Star Breakfast.

Regards;

 

HUB Sports Center Board of Directors

Jason Burns, Lee Cameron, Molly Carolan, Ryan Eskelson, David Himebaugh, Brent Huckabee, Nadalie Malsam, Amy Mason, Greg Repetti, Kent Rudeen, Max Spalding, Ken VanSickle, Charlie Wolff.

 

Thank you to our 2019 All-Star Breakfast Sponsors:

Platinum: Mirabeau Park HotelModern Electric Water Co.Multicare Valley HospitalLiberty Lake SplashHorizon Credit Union

Gold: Damon OrthondonticsDishman DodgeGarco ConstructionNorthwestern MutualPeppertree Hospitality GroupProto Technologies Inc.Referee PhotoWashington Trust Bank

Silver: AvistaBaker ConstructionBanner BankBecker Buick, Blissful Whisk, Broadway Flying JEdward Jones – Ty BarberyFirst Interstate BankGlobal Credit UnionHaase LandscapeInland Power & Light,  North Pines Chiropractic, Retirement Nationwide, Ryan R. Love DDSSchweitzer Engineering LaboratoriesTherapeutic Associates Liberty LakeThrivent FinancialUS BankWaste Management

CVSD Academic Support Program
Sep 24 @ 8:00 am – 3:30 pm
CVSD Academic Support Program @ HUB Sports Center

It’s almost time to go back to school and the HUB Sports Center is here to help support kids & their families with their distance learning.

We are providing a daytime academic support program for Central Valley School District students in K-8th grade. CVSD staff will facilitate access to distance learning programs.

Students will be placed in groups of 20 with teachers based on grade levels. This will be their group for the entire week. Families will be kept together the best we can.

Bring your laptop with power cord each day.
Have functional headphones with microphone capabilities for each student (preferred).
Bring log-in and distance learning information.
Bring basic school supplies needed for distance learning (pencils, paper, etc.).

Must be pre-registered.

Cost: $50/student per week. Dates are non-transferable.

When: Monday through Friday. 8:00am-3:30pm. Begins September 9th.

 

Virtual Elementary Schedule – Example
9:30-10:00 Morning Meeting: Social Emotional Learning
10:00-10:30 English Language Arts (ELA)
Small Group Instruction-Group A 15 minutes-Group B 15 minutes
ELA Independent Work

-MobyMax

-IDR

10:30-11:00 ELA: Being a Reader or Making Meaning – WHOLE GROUP Instruction
11:00-11:30 ELA Small Group Instruction

-Group C 15 minutes

-Group D 15 minutes

ELA Independent Work

-MobyMax

-Independent Reading

11:30-11:45 Break: Bathroom, Snack, Brain Break
11:45-12:00 ELA: Being a Writer – WHOLE GROUP Instruction
12:00-12:30 ELA Small Group Instruction

-Conferring

ELA Independent Work

-Writing

-MobyMax

12:30-1:00 Lunch
1:00-1:30 Zearn Math – WHOLE GROUP Instruction

-Fluency

-Word Problems

1:30-2:00 Small Group Math Zearn Lesson

-Group A 15 minutes

-Group B 15 minutes

Independent Math Zearn Work

-Zearn digital

2:00-2:30 Science/Social Studies/Enrichment

-MobyMax

2:30-2:45 Break: Bathroom, Snack, Brain Break
2:45-3:10 Science/Social Studies/Enrichment

-MobyMax

Class Meeting Wrap Up: Social Emotional Learning

Dismissal

3:10-3:40 Student Independent Work and Teacher Access Time

 

Virtual Middle School Schedule – Example
8:30-8:35 Log-on time for students
8:35-10:05 1st period
10:05-10:15 Passing period/log-on time for students
10:15-11:45 2nd period
11:45-12:15 Lunch
12:15-12:20 Passing time/log-on time for students
12:20-1:50 3rd period
1:50-2:00 Transition period/Independent wrap-up
2:00-3:00 Student Independent Work and Teacher Access Time

COVID Policies:
Parents/guardians must stay outside the facility except for check-in/pickup or in an emergency situation. Everyone will need to wear a mask when in the facility (may be taken off during physical activity). Students will need to bring their own water bottle – drinking fountains will be closed (filling stations will be open). We kindly ask everyone to please exit the building after the program ends. Student attendance will be tracked for contract tracing purposes. HUB Sports Center works closely with the SRHD and follows SRHD and CDC Guidelines.

 

Fit for YOUR Life Exercise Class
Sep 24 @ 8:30 am – 9:30 am
Fit for YOUR Life Exercise Class @ HUB Sports Center

Cancelled until further notice due to COVID-19

Fit for YOUR Life Functional Fitness. Personalized small group strength classes taught by doctor of physical therapy Paula Stiles DPT, OCS, Pn1.  Come improve your overall strength, endurance, balance, and flexibility in a safe supervised environment.  Your goals determine the workouts!  We will utilize weights, balance boards, body weight exercises and more.  Bring a water bottle, towel, and a mat if you have one.

Classes are 60 minutes with a warm up, strength, balance and conditioning exercises 35-45 minutes.  Then cool down and flexibility work at the end.

Classes meet in the studio upstairs at the HUB Sports Center.

Tuesdays: 9:00-10:00am
Thursdays: 8:30-9:30am

 

Email: ffylpt@outlook.com to register.

 

About the instructor:

Paula Stiles  DPT, OCS, Pn1

I  have 17 years’ experience as an outpatient physical therapist with an Orthopedic Specialist Certification through the American Physical Therapy Association. I originally graduated with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy but have since earned a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. I enjoy working with anyone that has a goal. The goal may be to have less pain with daily activities, learn to have a healthy relationship with food or it may be to run a marathon, if you want to do it. I want to help! I have worked with all ages and performance levels including professional triathletes, professional baseball and football players, along with many college athletes.  Some of my most rewarding clients have been the beginning runner and the baby boomer who wants to keep active for their retirement.

Beg./Int. Pickleball Play
Sep 24 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am
Beg./Int. Pickleball Play @ HUB Sports Center

To help reduce the spread of coronavirus and adhere to CDC guidelines, we’ve made changes to our Open Play Pickleball. For the time being, we are not allowing drop-in players. All players must be scheduled to play. Please use the following calendar to select your date/time of choice to play. Read below for instructions and policies.

Reservations are open 24 hours prior to start time and spots are only reserved until 1 hour before the beginning of a session. Only 10 spots available per session.

We have two sessions each day:
9:30-11:30am: Beginner/Intermediate Play ($5)
12:00-2:00pm: Intermediate/Advanced Play ($5)

You must pay at checkout
or
If you wish to pay with a punch card select “Pay Deposit Amount”. Old punch cards will be honored until they run out of punches. If you are out of punches HUB staff will notify you. Punch cards are now available for purchase online. At this time we are not offering “in-person” punch card purchases.

Play begins at the scheduled time. We ask that you do not enter the facility until 5 minutes before your scheduled play time. HUB staff will begin checking people in at that time. Early attendees will be asked to wait in the parking lot. Play ends promptly at the designated time – please exit within 5 minutes of your end time.

At check-in you will be assigned a court to play on. DO NOT start setting up nets beforehand. There is NO mixing between courts. You must stay on your designated court for the entire duration. We ask that you remain 6′ apart from others at all times.

Everyone will need to wear a mask entering or leaving the facility (may be taken off during physical activity). Everyone will need to bring their own water bottle – drinking fountains will be closed (filling stations will be open).Locker rooms are closed.

Before arriving, we please ask that you self-screen using the following questionnaire. HUB staff will again ask these questions at check-in for documentation purposes.

In the past 14 days, have you or anyone in your household experienced any of the following symptoms? If so, we kindly ask you to please NOT enter the facility.

  • Fever
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Cough
  • Sore Throat
  • Chills
  • New loss of taste/smell

When in the facility, we ask that you agree to the following policies to help us stop the spread.

  • Wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based sanitizer.We recommend bringing your own hand sanitizer.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze.
  • Social distance by providing 6 feet of separation from others whenever possible.
  • You agree to stay on your designated court for the entire session

If you cannot agree to all of these policies, we will ask you to please leave the facility and you will not be refunded for your session.

Please check the Pickleball page to confirm this night is “in play”.

https://www.hubsportscenter.org/pickleball

Int./Adv. Pickleball Play
Sep 24 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Int./Adv. Pickleball Play @ HUB Sports Center

To help reduce the spread of coronavirus and adhere to CDC guidelines, we’ve made changes to our Open Play Pickleball. For the time being, we are not allowing drop-in players. All players must be scheduled to play. Please use the following calendar to select your date/time of choice to play. Read below for instructions and policies.

Reservations are open 24 hours prior to start time and spots are only reserved until 1 hour before the beginning of a session. Only 10 spots available per session.

We have two sessions each day:
9:30-11:30am: Beginner/Intermediate Play ($5)
12:00-2:00pm: Intermediate/Advanced Play ($5)

You must pay at checkout
or
If you wish to pay with a punch card select “Pay Deposit Amount”. Old punch cards will be honored until they run out of punches. If you are out of punches HUB staff will notify you. Punch cards are now available for purchase online. At this time we are not offering “in-person” punch card purchases.

Play begins at the scheduled time. We ask that you do not enter the facility until 5 minutes before your scheduled play time. HUB staff will begin checking people in at that time. Early attendees will be asked to wait in the parking lot. Play ends promptly at the designated time – please exit within 5 minutes of your end time.

At check-in you will be assigned a court to play on. DO NOT start setting up nets beforehand. There is NO mixing between courts. You must stay on your designated court for the entire duration. We ask that you remain 6′ apart from others at all times.

Everyone will need to wear a mask entering or leaving the facility (may be taken off during physical activity). Everyone will need to bring their own water bottle – drinking fountains will be closed (filling stations will be open).Locker rooms are closed.

Before arriving, we please ask that you self-screen using the following questionnaire. HUB staff will again ask these questions at check-in for documentation purposes.

In the past 14 days, have you or anyone in your household experienced any of the following symptoms? If so, we kindly ask you to please NOT enter the facility.

  • Fever
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Cough
  • Sore Throat
  • Chills
  • New loss of taste/smell

When in the facility, we ask that you agree to the following policies to help us stop the spread.

  • Wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based sanitizer.We recommend bringing your own hand sanitizer.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze.
  • Social distance by providing 6 feet of separation from others whenever possible.
  • You agree to stay on your designated court for the entire session

If you cannot agree to all of these policies, we will ask you to please leave the facility and you will not be refunded for your session.

Need to find the dates and times of play?  Visit our Pickleball page.

https://www.hubsportscenter.org/pickleball

After-School Program
Sep 24 @ 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
After-School Program @ HUB Sports Center

Our After-School Program is a safe space for K-8 students to come after school hours. Kids can meet new friends and engage in enrichment activities, be active, hangout and play games. 30 minutes each day will be dedicated to studying and homework time.

2020-21 Program: Students will be placed in groups of 10 with 1 teacher based on age levels (elementary and middle school grades). This will be their group for the entire week. Families will be kept together the best we can.

Must be pre-registered.

Cost: $70/student per week or $20/day. Dates are non-transferable.

When: Monday through Thursday. 3:30-5:30pm

COVID Policies:
Parents/guardians must stay outside the facility except for check-in/pickup or in an emergency situation. Everyone will need to wear a mask when in the facility (may be taken off during physical activity). Students will need to bring their own water bottle – drinking fountains will be closed (filling stations will be open). We kindly ask everyone to please exit the building after the program ends at 5:30pm. Student attendance will be tracked for contract tracing purposes. HUB Sports Center works closely with the SRHD and follows SRHD and CDC Guidelines.

 

Northwest Taekwondo Academy
Sep 24 @ 5:00 pm – 8:15 pm
Northwest Taekwondo Academy @ HUB Sports Center

Our children’s Taekwondo program is geared towards the development of discipline and self-esteem. As they progress we will focus on leadership qualities and skills as well. Our unique program strives to teach children skills that prepare them for life, as well as self-defense techniques enabling the child to defend him/herself when the need arises.

Classes tuition: $45/month (once per week) or $80/month (twice per week)

*Uniforms (dobak) are not included in tuition costs.

Classes meet:

Tuesday Thursday
5:00-5:45pm

 

4-6 Year Olds

7+ White & Yellow Belts

 

4-6 Year Olds

7+ White & Yellow Belts

 

5:45-6:30pm

 

Orange/Green/Blue

 

Orange/Green/Blue

 

6:30-7:15pm

 

Purple/Red/Black

 

 

 

7:15-8:15pm

 

Purple/Red/Black/Adults

Mr. Himebaugh has more that 28 years of experience in Taekwondo, Hapkido, Judo, & Kenpo Karate.

He is a 3rd Degree Kukkiwon Certified Black Belt in Taekwondo.

Mr. Himebaugh has been instructing Taekwondo for 15 years. He has taught hundreds of students and lead more than 10 students to achieve the level of 1st Dan Black Belt and beyond.

He brings with him an enthusiasm to teach and continue to mentor youth and adults in the art of Taekwondo.

 

Contact for more information:

Phone: (509) 994-7933 Mr. Himebaugh 
http://www.facebook.com/nwtkdacademy/

Click here to register

Sep
25
Fri
CVSD Academic Support Program
Sep 25 @ 8:00 am – 3:30 pm
CVSD Academic Support Program @ HUB Sports Center

It’s almost time to go back to school and the HUB Sports Center is here to help support kids & their families with their distance learning.

We are providing a daytime academic support program for Central Valley School District students in K-8th grade. CVSD staff will facilitate access to distance learning programs.

Students will be placed in groups of 20 with teachers based on grade levels. This will be their group for the entire week. Families will be kept together the best we can.

Bring your laptop with power cord each day.
Have functional headphones with microphone capabilities for each student (preferred).
Bring log-in and distance learning information.
Bring basic school supplies needed for distance learning (pencils, paper, etc.).

Must be pre-registered.

Cost: $50/student per week. Dates are non-transferable.

When: Monday through Friday. 8:00am-3:30pm. Begins September 9th.

 

Virtual Elementary Schedule – Example
9:30-10:00 Morning Meeting: Social Emotional Learning
10:00-10:30 English Language Arts (ELA)
Small Group Instruction-Group A 15 minutes-Group B 15 minutes
ELA Independent Work

-MobyMax

-IDR

10:30-11:00 ELA: Being a Reader or Making Meaning – WHOLE GROUP Instruction
11:00-11:30 ELA Small Group Instruction

-Group C 15 minutes

-Group D 15 minutes

ELA Independent Work

-MobyMax

-Independent Reading

11:30-11:45 Break: Bathroom, Snack, Brain Break
11:45-12:00 ELA: Being a Writer – WHOLE GROUP Instruction
12:00-12:30 ELA Small Group Instruction

-Conferring

ELA Independent Work

-Writing

-MobyMax

12:30-1:00 Lunch
1:00-1:30 Zearn Math – WHOLE GROUP Instruction

-Fluency

-Word Problems

1:30-2:00 Small Group Math Zearn Lesson

-Group A 15 minutes

-Group B 15 minutes

Independent Math Zearn Work

-Zearn digital

2:00-2:30 Science/Social Studies/Enrichment

-MobyMax

2:30-2:45 Break: Bathroom, Snack, Brain Break
2:45-3:10 Science/Social Studies/Enrichment

-MobyMax

Class Meeting Wrap Up: Social Emotional Learning

Dismissal

3:10-3:40 Student Independent Work and Teacher Access Time

 

Virtual Middle School Schedule – Example
8:30-8:35 Log-on time for students
8:35-10:05 1st period
10:05-10:15 Passing period/log-on time for students
10:15-11:45 2nd period
11:45-12:15 Lunch
12:15-12:20 Passing time/log-on time for students
12:20-1:50 3rd period
1:50-2:00 Transition period/Independent wrap-up
2:00-3:00 Student Independent Work and Teacher Access Time

COVID Policies:
Parents/guardians must stay outside the facility except for check-in/pickup or in an emergency situation. Everyone will need to wear a mask when in the facility (may be taken off during physical activity). Students will need to bring their own water bottle – drinking fountains will be closed (filling stations will be open). We kindly ask everyone to please exit the building after the program ends. Student attendance will be tracked for contract tracing purposes. HUB Sports Center works closely with the SRHD and follows SRHD and CDC Guidelines.

 

Sep
26
Sat
Pat Powers Volleyball Camp
Sep 26 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Pat Powers Volleyball Camp @ HUB Sports Center

Cancelled for 2020. We will try again when we can gather and play in larger groups and be able to maximize the teaching and training.

Olympic Gold Medalist, Pat Powers will conduct a volleyball camp in Spokane, WA.

The Nation’s #1 Volleyball Skills coach and Olympic Gold Medalist, Pat Powers will conduct a volleyball camp in Spokane, WA. This camp will be held at Hub Sports Center on Saturday and Sunday, September 26 – 27, 2020. The volleyball camp will run from 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM on Saturday and 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM on Sunday. At the end of the first day, I will talk to all junior players and parents about high school volleyball, club volleyball, college volleyball and volleyball scholarships.

Location: Hub Sports Center – Spokane, WA
When: Saturday and Sunday, Sept 26 – 27, 2020
Start Time: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM on Saturday
End Time: 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM on Sunday
Registration Fee: $135

Cancellation Policy:  If a player withdraws from a camp, a $25 service fee will be charged upon reimbursement of registration fee.

Location: Hub Sports Center  19619 E. Cataldo Liberty Lake, WA  99016

IMPORTANT:  Number of Available Slots: 65

(This Camp SOLD OUT EARLY  last year!)

Get ready to have a great time! You will learn a lot about volleyball in a short period of time! I have found it useful if you show up in relatively decent shape and most important, don’t compare yourself to others in the clinic. If you feel intimidated, the learning process shuts down. I do an excellent job of matching each player with drills and competition suited for the appropriate levels of play.

There will be young players in attendance as well as adults. I will group you by age and skill level an hour into the clinic — I do it for safety reasons and to make you feel more comfortable. The coaching staff will be watching each individual execute the skills during “Survivor”… this is where we enforce the teaching cycle.

Please remember it is not important who you play against or who you play with, all that matters is how you are performing each skill during “Survivor.”

Players will want to bring: Lunch, Snacks, Beverages an extra T-shirt, knee pads, water and other personal items you may need.

After you complete the registration process, I will send you an e-mail confirming your participation.

PARENTS:  WANT A BONUS ITEM JUST FOR YOU?  SEND ME AN E-MAIL TO GET YOUR FREE GIFT TODAY!

I look forward to working with you and making you a better volleyball Player!

 

IMPORTANT:  Due to ongoing issues concerning Covid-19, steps will be taken at the camp to maximize player safety.  An e-mail will be sent after registration with these precautions.  All participants will be asked to cooperate with these guidelines.  Thank you for your cooperation.  If this event is cancelled due to Covid-19,  registrations will be 100% refundable. 

Probable COVID Safety Requirements:

*Players will be required to take their temperatures at home before they leave. If they have a fever, do NOT attend camp.
*Please bring hand sanitizer to the event.  Bring your own personal water bottle and snacks.  Put your name on YOUR water bottle.
*Please respect social distancing at the camp.
*I understand parents like to watch camps, please wear a mask and please social distance from one another.
*We will be Sanitizing our hands throughout the camp.  Please bring hand sanitizer with you.  
*If you feel sick, have a cough, a fever or are feeling ill for any reason, please do not attend the event and e-mail me for a refund.
*Please do not make contact with other at the camp (No High Fives!) 
*Wear a face mask when possible to reduce exposure to airborne particles.
*Properly dispose of your personal drinking cups, bottles, or utensils used.
*Keep a list of people you were in contact with during the activity.
*Do not touch your face, eyes or mouth with unclean hands.
Drive-In Movie: The Sandlot
Sep 26 @ 7:00 pm – 8:45 pm

FREE MOVIE SPONSORED BY VALLEYFEST AND BECU

HUB Sports Center is taking you back to the good old days! We will be hosting a series of outdoor drive-in movies on Saturday nights between September 12 – October 24th. So gather the family, make a date, and join us for this unique throwback experience.

In the summer of 1962, a new kid in town is taken under the wing of a young baseball prodigy and his rowdy team, resulting in many adventures.

Rated PG

Runtime: 1hr 41min

Sep
27
Sun
Pat Powers Volleyball Camp
Sep 27 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Pat Powers Volleyball Camp @ HUB Sports Center

Cancelled for 2020. We will try again when we can gather and play in larger groups and be able to maximize the teaching and training.

Olympic Gold Medalist, Pat Powers will conduct a volleyball camp in Spokane, WA.

The Nation’s #1 Volleyball Skills coach and Olympic Gold Medalist, Pat Powers will conduct a volleyball camp in Spokane, WA. This camp will be held at Hub Sports Center on Saturday and Sunday, September 26 – 27, 2020. The volleyball camp will run from 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM on Saturday and 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM on Sunday. At the end of the first day, I will talk to all junior players and parents about high school volleyball, club volleyball, college volleyball and volleyball scholarships.

Location: Hub Sports Center – Spokane, WA
When: Saturday and Sunday, Sept 26 – 27, 2020
Start Time: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM on Saturday
End Time: 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM on Sunday
Registration Fee: $135

Cancellation Policy:  If a player withdraws from a camp, a $25 service fee will be charged upon reimbursement of registration fee.

Location: Hub Sports Center  19619 E. Cataldo Liberty Lake, WA  99016

IMPORTANT:  Number of Available Slots: 65

(This Camp SOLD OUT EARLY  last year!)

Get ready to have a great time! You will learn a lot about volleyball in a short period of time! I have found it useful if you show up in relatively decent shape and most important, don’t compare yourself to others in the clinic. If you feel intimidated, the learning process shuts down. I do an excellent job of matching each player with drills and competition suited for the appropriate levels of play.

There will be young players in attendance as well as adults. I will group you by age and skill level an hour into the clinic — I do it for safety reasons and to make you feel more comfortable. The coaching staff will be watching each individual execute the skills during “Survivor”… this is where we enforce the teaching cycle.

Please remember it is not important who you play against or who you play with, all that matters is how you are performing each skill during “Survivor.”

Players will want to bring: Lunch, Snacks, Beverages an extra T-shirt, knee pads, water and other personal items you may need.

After you complete the registration process, I will send you an e-mail confirming your participation.

PARENTS:  WANT A BONUS ITEM JUST FOR YOU?  SEND ME AN E-MAIL TO GET YOUR FREE GIFT TODAY!

I look forward to working with you and making you a better volleyball Player!

 

IMPORTANT:  Due to ongoing issues concerning Covid-19, steps will be taken at the camp to maximize player safety.  An e-mail will be sent after registration with these precautions.  All participants will be asked to cooperate with these guidelines.  Thank you for your cooperation.  If this event is cancelled due to Covid-19,  registrations will be 100% refundable. 

Probable COVID Safety Requirements:

*Players will be required to take their temperatures at home before they leave. If they have a fever, do NOT attend camp.
*Please bring hand sanitizer to the event.  Bring your own personal water bottle and snacks.  Put your name on YOUR water bottle.
*Please respect social distancing at the camp.
*I understand parents like to watch camps, please wear a mask and please social distance from one another.
*We will be Sanitizing our hands throughout the camp.  Please bring hand sanitizer with you.  
*If you feel sick, have a cough, a fever or are feeling ill for any reason, please do not attend the event and e-mail me for a refund.
*Please do not make contact with other at the camp (No High Fives!) 
*Wear a face mask when possible to reduce exposure to airborne particles.
*Properly dispose of your personal drinking cups, bottles, or utensils used.
*Keep a list of people you were in contact with during the activity.
*Do not touch your face, eyes or mouth with unclean hands.
Sep
28
Mon
CVSD Academic Support Program
Sep 28 @ 8:00 am – 3:30 pm
CVSD Academic Support Program @ HUB Sports Center

It’s almost time to go back to school and the HUB Sports Center is here to help support kids & their families with their distance learning.

We are providing a daytime academic support program for Central Valley School District students in K-8th grade. CVSD staff will facilitate access to distance learning programs.

Students will be placed in groups of 20 with teachers based on grade levels. This will be their group for the entire week. Families will be kept together the best we can.

Bring your laptop with power cord each day.
Have functional headphones with microphone capabilities for each student (preferred).
Bring log-in and distance learning information.
Bring basic school supplies needed for distance learning (pencils, paper, etc.).

Must be pre-registered.

Cost: $50/student per week. Dates are non-transferable.

When: Monday through Friday. 8:00am-3:30pm. Begins September 9th.

 

Virtual Elementary Schedule – Example
9:30-10:00 Morning Meeting: Social Emotional Learning
10:00-10:30 English Language Arts (ELA)
Small Group Instruction-Group A 15 minutes-Group B 15 minutes
ELA Independent Work

-MobyMax

-IDR

10:30-11:00 ELA: Being a Reader or Making Meaning – WHOLE GROUP Instruction
11:00-11:30 ELA Small Group Instruction

-Group C 15 minutes

-Group D 15 minutes

ELA Independent Work

-MobyMax

-Independent Reading

11:30-11:45 Break: Bathroom, Snack, Brain Break
11:45-12:00 ELA: Being a Writer – WHOLE GROUP Instruction
12:00-12:30 ELA Small Group Instruction

-Conferring

ELA Independent Work

-Writing

-MobyMax

12:30-1:00 Lunch
1:00-1:30 Zearn Math – WHOLE GROUP Instruction

-Fluency

-Word Problems

1:30-2:00 Small Group Math Zearn Lesson

-Group A 15 minutes

-Group B 15 minutes

Independent Math Zearn Work

-Zearn digital

2:00-2:30 Science/Social Studies/Enrichment

-MobyMax

2:30-2:45 Break: Bathroom, Snack, Brain Break
2:45-3:10 Science/Social Studies/Enrichment

-MobyMax

Class Meeting Wrap Up: Social Emotional Learning

Dismissal

3:10-3:40 Student Independent Work and Teacher Access Time

 

Virtual Middle School Schedule – Example
8:30-8:35 Log-on time for students
8:35-10:05 1st period
10:05-10:15 Passing period/log-on time for students
10:15-11:45 2nd period
11:45-12:15 Lunch
12:15-12:20 Passing time/log-on time for students
12:20-1:50 3rd period
1:50-2:00 Transition period/Independent wrap-up
2:00-3:00 Student Independent Work and Teacher Access Time

COVID Policies:
Parents/guardians must stay outside the facility except for check-in/pickup or in an emergency situation. Everyone will need to wear a mask when in the facility (may be taken off during physical activity). Students will need to bring their own water bottle – drinking fountains will be closed (filling stations will be open). We kindly ask everyone to please exit the building after the program ends. Student attendance will be tracked for contract tracing purposes. HUB Sports Center works closely with the SRHD and follows SRHD and CDC Guidelines.

 

Beg./Int. Pickleball Play
Sep 28 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am
Beg./Int. Pickleball Play @ HUB Sports Center

To help reduce the spread of coronavirus and adhere to CDC guidelines, we’ve made changes to our Open Play Pickleball. For the time being, we are not allowing drop-in players. All players must be scheduled to play. Please use the following calendar to select your date/time of choice to play. Read below for instructions and policies.

Reservations are open 24 hours prior to start time and spots are only reserved until 1 hour before the beginning of a session. Only 10 spots available per session.

We have two sessions each day:
9:30-11:30am: Beginner/Intermediate Play ($5)
12:00-2:00pm: Intermediate/Advanced Play ($5)

You must pay at checkout
or
If you wish to pay with a punch card select “Pay Deposit Amount”. Old punch cards will be honored until they run out of punches. If you are out of punches HUB staff will notify you. Punch cards are now available for purchase online. At this time we are not offering “in-person” punch card purchases.

Play begins at the scheduled time. We ask that you do not enter the facility until 5 minutes before your scheduled play time. HUB staff will begin checking people in at that time. Early attendees will be asked to wait in the parking lot. Play ends promptly at the designated time – please exit within 5 minutes of your end time.

At check-in you will be assigned a court to play on. DO NOT start setting up nets beforehand. There is NO mixing between courts. You must stay on your designated court for the entire duration. We ask that you remain 6′ apart from others at all times.

Everyone will need to wear a mask entering or leaving the facility (may be taken off during physical activity). Everyone will need to bring their own water bottle – drinking fountains will be closed (filling stations will be open).Locker rooms are closed.

Before arriving, we please ask that you self-screen using the following questionnaire. HUB staff will again ask these questions at check-in for documentation purposes.

In the past 14 days, have you or anyone in your household experienced any of the following symptoms? If so, we kindly ask you to please NOT enter the facility.

  • Fever
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Cough
  • Sore Throat
  • Chills
  • New loss of taste/smell

When in the facility, we ask that you agree to the following policies to help us stop the spread.

  • Wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based sanitizer.We recommend bringing your own hand sanitizer.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze.
  • Social distance by providing 6 feet of separation from others whenever possible.
  • You agree to stay on your designated court for the entire session

If you cannot agree to all of these policies, we will ask you to please leave the facility and you will not be refunded for your session.

Please check the Pickleball page to confirm this night is “in play”.

https://www.hubsportscenter.org/pickleball

Fit for YOUR Life Exercise Class
Sep 28 @ 9:30 am – 10:30 am
Fit for YOUR Life Exercise Class @ HUB Sports Center

Cancelled until further notice due to COVID-19

Fit for YOUR Life Functional Fitness. Personalized small group strength classes taught by doctor of physical therapy Paula Stiles DPT, OCS, Pn1.  Come improve your overall strength, endurance, balance, and flexibility in a safe supervised environment.  Your goals determine the workouts!  We will utilize weights, balance boards, body weight exercises and more.  Bring a water bottle, towel, and a mat if you have one.

Classes are 60 minutes with a warm up, strength, balance and conditioning exercises 35-45 minutes.  Then cool down and flexibility work at the end.

Classes meet in the studio upstairs at the HUB Sports Center.

Mondays : 9:30-10:30am
Tuesdays: 9:00-10:00am
Thursdays: 8:30-9:30am

 

Email: ffylpt@outlook.com to register.

 

About the instructor:

Paula Stiles  DPT, OCS, Pn1

I  have 17 years’ experience as an outpatient physical therapist with an Orthopedic Specialist Certification through the American Physical Therapy Association. I originally graduated with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy but have since earned a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. I enjoy working with anyone that has a goal. The goal may be to have less pain with daily activities, learn to have a healthy relationship with food or it may be to run a marathon, if you want to do it. I want to help! I have worked with all ages and performance levels including professional triathletes, professional baseball and football players, along with many college athletes.  Some of my most rewarding clients have been the beginning runner and the baby boomer who wants to keep active for their retirement.

Int./Adv. Pickleball Play
Sep 28 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Int./Adv. Pickleball Play @ HUB Sports Center

To help reduce the spread of coronavirus and adhere to CDC guidelines, we’ve made changes to our Open Play Pickleball. For the time being, we are not allowing drop-in players. All players must be scheduled to play. Please use the following calendar to select your date/time of choice to play. Read below for instructions and policies.

Reservations are open 24 hours prior to start time and spots are only reserved until 1 hour before the beginning of a session. Only 10 spots available per session.

We have two sessions each day:
9:30-11:30am: Beginner/Intermediate Play ($5)
12:00-2:00pm: Intermediate/Advanced Play ($5)

You must pay at checkout
or
If you wish to pay with a punch card select “Pay Deposit Amount”. Old punch cards will be honored until they run out of punches. If you are out of punches HUB staff will notify you. Punch cards are now available for purchase online. At this time we are not offering “in-person” punch card purchases.

Play begins at the scheduled time. We ask that you do not enter the facility until 5 minutes before your scheduled play time. HUB staff will begin checking people in at that time. Early attendees will be asked to wait in the parking lot. Play ends promptly at the designated time – please exit within 5 minutes of your end time.

At check-in you will be assigned a court to play on. DO NOT start setting up nets beforehand. There is NO mixing between courts. You must stay on your designated court for the entire duration. We ask that you remain 6′ apart from others at all times.

Everyone will need to wear a mask entering or leaving the facility (may be taken off during physical activity). Everyone will need to bring their own water bottle – drinking fountains will be closed (filling stations will be open).Locker rooms are closed.

Before arriving, we please ask that you self-screen using the following questionnaire. HUB staff will again ask these questions at check-in for documentation purposes.

In the past 14 days, have you or anyone in your household experienced any of the following symptoms? If so, we kindly ask you to please NOT enter the facility.

  • Fever
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Cough
  • Sore Throat
  • Chills
  • New loss of taste/smell

When in the facility, we ask that you agree to the following policies to help us stop the spread.

  • Wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based sanitizer.We recommend bringing your own hand sanitizer.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze.
  • Social distance by providing 6 feet of separation from others whenever possible.
  • You agree to stay on your designated court for the entire session

If you cannot agree to all of these policies, we will ask you to please leave the facility and you will not be refunded for your session.

Need to find the dates and times of play?  Visit our Pickleball page.

https://www.hubsportscenter.org/pickleball

After-School Program
Sep 28 @ 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
After-School Program @ HUB Sports Center

Our After-School Program is a safe space for K-8 students to come after school hours. Kids can meet new friends and engage in enrichment activities, be active, hangout and play games. 30 minutes each day will be dedicated to studying and homework time.

2020-21 Program: Students will be placed in groups of 10 with 1 teacher based on age levels (elementary and middle school grades). This will be their group for the entire week. Families will be kept together the best we can.

Must be pre-registered.

Cost: $70/student per week or $20/day. Dates are non-transferable.

When: Monday through Thursday. 3:30-5:30pm

COVID Policies:
Parents/guardians must stay outside the facility except for check-in/pickup or in an emergency situation. Everyone will need to wear a mask when in the facility (may be taken off during physical activity). Students will need to bring their own water bottle – drinking fountains will be closed (filling stations will be open). We kindly ask everyone to please exit the building after the program ends at 5:30pm. Student attendance will be tracked for contract tracing purposes. HUB Sports Center works closely with the SRHD and follows SRHD and CDC Guidelines.

 

Kenpo Karate
Sep 28 @ 5:30 pm – 6:15 pm

Students will learn and perform the basics, forms, and self-defense techniques required for yellow belt.

Boys & Girls Ages 8-12 years old.

At the end of the class, students should be able to perform 10 self-defense techniques, one short kata and execute basic blocks, punches and kicks.

$40/month

Classes meet from 5:30-6:15pm on Mondays and Wednesdays.
$10 fee for supplies.

Kenpo Karate – Adults
Sep 28 @ 6:15 pm – 7:00 pm

Students will learn and perform the basics, forms, and self-defense techniques.

Adults

At the end of the class, students should be able to perform 10 self-defense techniques, one short kata andexecute basic blocks, punches and kicks.

$50/month

Classes meet from 6:15-7:00pm on Mondays and Wednesdays.
$10 fee for supplies.

Sep
29
Tue
CVSD Academic Support Program
Sep 29 @ 8:00 am – 3:30 pm
CVSD Academic Support Program @ HUB Sports Center

It’s almost time to go back to school and the HUB Sports Center is here to help support kids & their families with their distance learning.

We are providing a daytime academic support program for Central Valley School District students in K-8th grade. CVSD staff will facilitate access to distance learning programs.

Students will be placed in groups of 20 with teachers based on grade levels. This will be their group for the entire week. Families will be kept together the best we can.

Bring your laptop with power cord each day.
Have functional headphones with microphone capabilities for each student (preferred).
Bring log-in and distance learning information.
Bring basic school supplies needed for distance learning (pencils, paper, etc.).

Must be pre-registered.

Cost: $50/student per week. Dates are non-transferable.

When: Monday through Friday. 8:00am-3:30pm. Begins September 9th.

 

Virtual Elementary Schedule – Example
9:30-10:00 Morning Meeting: Social Emotional Learning
10:00-10:30 English Language Arts (ELA)
Small Group Instruction-Group A 15 minutes-Group B 15 minutes
ELA Independent Work

-MobyMax

-IDR

10:30-11:00 ELA: Being a Reader or Making Meaning – WHOLE GROUP Instruction
11:00-11:30 ELA Small Group Instruction

-Group C 15 minutes

-Group D 15 minutes

ELA Independent Work

-MobyMax

-Independent Reading

11:30-11:45 Break: Bathroom, Snack, Brain Break
11:45-12:00 ELA: Being a Writer – WHOLE GROUP Instruction
12:00-12:30 ELA Small Group Instruction

-Conferring

ELA Independent Work

-Writing

-MobyMax

12:30-1:00 Lunch
1:00-1:30 Zearn Math – WHOLE GROUP Instruction

-Fluency

-Word Problems

1:30-2:00 Small Group Math Zearn Lesson

-Group A 15 minutes

-Group B 15 minutes

Independent Math Zearn Work

-Zearn digital

2:00-2:30 Science/Social Studies/Enrichment

-MobyMax

2:30-2:45 Break: Bathroom, Snack, Brain Break
2:45-3:10 Science/Social Studies/Enrichment

-MobyMax

Class Meeting Wrap Up: Social Emotional Learning

Dismissal

3:10-3:40 Student Independent Work and Teacher Access Time

 

Virtual Middle School Schedule – Example
8:30-8:35 Log-on time for students
8:35-10:05 1st period
10:05-10:15 Passing period/log-on time for students
10:15-11:45 2nd period
11:45-12:15 Lunch
12:15-12:20 Passing time/log-on time for students
12:20-1:50 3rd period
1:50-2:00 Transition period/Independent wrap-up
2:00-3:00 Student Independent Work and Teacher Access Time

COVID Policies:
Parents/guardians must stay outside the facility except for check-in/pickup or in an emergency situation. Everyone will need to wear a mask when in the facility (may be taken off during physical activity). Students will need to bring their own water bottle – drinking fountains will be closed (filling stations will be open). We kindly ask everyone to please exit the building after the program ends. Student attendance will be tracked for contract tracing purposes. HUB Sports Center works closely with the SRHD and follows SRHD and CDC Guidelines.

 

Fit for YOUR Life Exercise Class
Sep 29 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
Fit for YOUR Life Exercise Class @ HUB Sports Center

Cancelled until further notice due to COVID-19

Fit for YOUR Life Functional Fitness. Personalized small group strength classes taught by doctor of physical therapy Paula Stiles DPT, OCS, Pn1.  Come improve your overall strength, endurance, balance, and flexibility in a safe supervised environment.  Your goals determine the workouts!  We will utilize weights, balance boards, body weight exercises and more.  Bring a water bottle, towel, and a mat if you have one.

Classes are 60 minutes with a warm up, strength, balance and conditioning exercises 35-45 minutes.  Then cool down and flexibility work at the end.

Classes meet in the studio upstairs at the HUB Sports Center.

Tuesdays: 9:00-10:00am
Thursdays: 8:30-9:30am

Email: ffylpt@outlook.com to register.

 

About the instructor:

Paula Stiles  DPT, OCS, Pn1

I  have 17 years’ experience as an outpatient physical therapist with an Orthopedic Specialist Certification through the American Physical Therapy Association. I originally graduated with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy but have since earned a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. I enjoy working with anyone that has a goal. The goal may be to have less pain with daily activities, learn to have a healthy relationship with food or it may be to run a marathon, if you want to do it. I want to help! I have worked with all ages and performance levels including professional triathletes, professional baseball and football players, along with many college athletes.  Some of my most rewarding clients have been the beginning runner and the baby boomer who wants to keep active for their retirement.