LDSC COVID-19 Update 5/15/2020
As we find ourselves in these unprecedented times, we truly hope each of our LDSC families are safe and healthy. We are excited to get back on the pitch, but safety is our priority. We are actively working on exciting new programs to offer you once this crisis ends.
As many of you know, New York State has developed a 4 phased approach to the reopening of the state. Youth Sports fall into Phase 4 of that plan. In collaboration with New York State West Youth Soccer and guidance from US Soccer, we estimate we would not be able to get back to our regular programming until June 26 at the earliest. This is very dependent on how this pandemic develops both locally and nationally.
As a result the following decisions have been made as of 5/15/2020:
If you have any questions, please email us at LDSCSupprt@gmail.com
Lancaster Depew Soccer Club
In existence since 1976, our club offers indoor and outdoor soccer programs throughout the year. The House League Recreational Program has a primary focus on player development, exercise and fun while fostering love for the game. The Travel Soccer Program focuses on player development and competition. Our travel teams compete against other towns/clubs in the Buffalo & Western New York Junior Soccer League and we strive to field the most competitive teams at each age group by developing well rounded players with strong technical ability, work ethic and positive attitudes.
We need Referees for outdoor soccer. Entry Level courses have been set up at different locations in the Buffalo area. These courses are two sessions long. The first session is a On-Line session that must be completed before you attend the second session. The second session is a one day, 8 hour, In-Person Session. These In-Person sessions have been set up at different locations in the Buffalo area. For more details and to sign up, go to www.wnyreferee.org and click on Become a Referee.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT BILL HELWIG AT BILLREFEREE@YAHOO.COM
The LDSC trainer program is looking for older soccer players who would be interested in working with younger players, gaining valuable job experience, and giving back to their community. The trainers work with U4 and U6 players to help teach them basic soccer. To qualify, your child must be 12 or older, have knowledge of the sport, enjoy working with young children, and be willing and able to work on some Saturday mornings and some Tuesday evenings.
To become a trainer, each youth trainer must complete the certification process on May 2nd from 9:00AM-12:00PM where they will learn about the program. At this certification, there will be a brief parent meeting that one parent/guardian of each new trainer must attend. There will then be a three hour certification for new trainers following this quick meeting. After this certification session, new trainers will be scheduled to work on some Saturdays and some Tuesdays.
If your child would like to attend the certification session on May 2nd from 9:00AM-12:00PM, please fill out the google form by clicking here.
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