T.E.A.M. Sports Academy

summer long day program

T.E.A.M. Sports Academy (TSA) is a sports and education program that focuses on developing sports skills, life skills and healthy life styles with children. Aimed at elementary and middle school aged students, TSA includes training in baseball, basketball, battle ball, football, kick ball, physical fitness, softball, soccer and track sports. Along with sports instruction the program integrates curriculum teaching healthy lifestyle choices, kid-friendly stress management techniques; improved literacy through a reading program and character development including a session in music, art and computers. TSA operates as a full day program Monday through Friday typically 9:00 am to 4:00 pm throughout the summer.

after school program

At the end of the summer T.E.A.M. Sports Academy (TSA) will offer educational classes and physical fitness training with sports. The After School Program will serve elementary to middle school aged students. The program consists of sessions in math, reading, character development, computer lab, health and homework help. Sports remain a vital part of the after school program offering physical fitness, health and sports skills training to children throughout the school year. The after school program is scheduled to operate daily Monday through Friday from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm.

workforce development

If having an established center, CSI may include a workforce development tool for the current and future needs of the community. It will not only create jobs and is an economic impact to the community but will be a training and skills center to increase the economic development opportunities for the community.

this workforce development initiative of the center will serve multiple purposes:

other community development programs

parental symposium

The National Character Education Foundation will supply speakers to hold this event several times per year for the parents. The program is designed to educate parents to the ever changing youth culture. To help them understand the myriad of outside influences potentially affecting their children and to become more involved in their children’s lives.