Our second year of wrestling is underway. Athletes participated in their first wrestling tournament of the season on December 1st at North Gwinnett High School. We had two 2nd place finishers and one 3rd place. Way to go TLC Bears!
New for the 2019-2020 school year, soccer is now offered as a competitive team sport at The Learning Center Charter School.
Soccer will be open to students for U12, U10 and U8 divisions. The three school teams will compete within the Cherokee County Soccer League and each team will be co-ed.
Ms. Shelley Farmer, physical education staff member, says that practice will be immediately after school at Conahetta Park. If rain prevents outdoor practice, the teams will practice on campus in the gym. Ms. Shelley adds that students can expect to have practice two to three times a week and games will fall on Thursday evenings and/or Saturday mornings.
“Last year we introduced wrestling as a team sport to our students and we are thrilled to expand our program to include soccer this school year,” said Ms. Shelley.
Registration is now open through August 16th. The registration fee if $60 for the first child and $55 for additional siblings. Forms can be filled out in the front office. Feel free to contact Ms. Shelley with questions at Shelley@naturallygrownkids.org.
New for the 2018-2019 school year, wrestling is now offered as an after school activity at The Learning Center Charter School.
Wrestling Club is a USA Wrestling affiliated club that will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays starting in November from 3:30 – 5:30 pm. Competition will be at USA Wrestling Folk Style Wrestling events across the mountain region. The club is under the direction of Head Coach, Mike Catuto, and Assistant Coach, Sean Bain. It will be held in the Gymnatoriam on the charter school campus in Murphy.
Catuto said, “I’m very excited to be part of this program start up. The sport of wrestling teaches a variety of skills that will last far beyond the wrestler’s school age years.” He added, “Wrestling is both an individual and team sport at the same time which helps build self confidence and camaraderie.”
The new club is open for both boys and girls at the school.