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Combined with speed and agility training, this clinic focuses on improving baseball fundamentals and developing player agility. These 1 day a week, 4 week clinics are taught by Coaches Travis Lombardozzi and Lino Valletta.
2 sessions of Agility/ 2 sessions of Baseball
Tuesdays Clinic A: May 30 - June 20th - Full!
Thursdays Clinic B: June 29- July 20th*
Tuesdays Clinic B: June 27 - July 25th (Skip 7/4)*
Times: 10am- 11am
Minimum 5, Maximum 12 per class.
*Session content may change due to coach vacation
Are you not sure where to throw the ball when it comes to you? Do you know when to run, steal or stay? Baseball is a mental game and knowing what to do when is important. These 1 day a week, 4 week clinics are taught by our new coach, former MLB shortstop Tim Saunders.
Wednesdays Clinic A: July 5- Aug 2nd (Skip 7/19)
Wednesdays Clinic A: June 7- June 28th
Mondays Clinic B: July 10-July 31st, (Skip 7/17, Meet 8/1)
Minimum 5, Maximum 10 per class.
Sibling Discount Available - Call for more information
This pitching clinic is for pitchers to emphasize proper pitching mechanics and a solid throwing program to better each individual skill set. This clinic is highly instructional and designed to enhance and accelerate the pitcher’s knowledge and overall skill level. Learning proper movement patterns (pitching mechanics), proper grips for all pitches, age-appropriate pitches, and proper off-speed development.
4 - 1 hour sessions
Session for 8-10 and 10-12 year olds.
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For Baseball Skills + Agility: MSTC Coaching staff will engage the kids in speed, agility and baseball skills. 2 sessions will focus on Speed & agility, and 2 sessions will focus on baseball.
Children are not required to attend each session; however, there is no discount or refund for missed sessions.
Please bring your mitt, helmet, bat, sweat towel and water bottle.
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Groups, Activities and Equipment
Meals and Water
Your child's health and safety is important to us!
Each student’s safety and well-being is of utmost concern to the Medina Sports Training Center (MSTC) and the Indoor Summer Camps program. The day camp program will use the safety and emergency policies as follows:
No student will be left without the supervision of a MSTC staff member or authorized adult. All students must be signed-in/out daily by the person responsible for the students’ arrival and/or departure. Sign-in/out sheets will be located at the front desk. Students will only be released to parents/guardians and persons listed on the Authorization Form. If MSTC questions the identification of the person attempting to depart with a student, proper identification will be requested to ensure the safety of the student. This procedure is not to antagonize or embarrass the responsible adult; it is done to protect each student.
A First Aid Kit is available in the training area. There is a MSTC staff member who is a registered nurse and is certified in CPR and First Aid. The staff has access to emergency defibrillator, a telephone and emergency phone numbers. The student’s emergency numbers are located in the at the front desk. The parents/guardians will be notified immediately of any emergency involving their child and if necessary, emergency transportation will be summoned.
All accidents are documented on a incident report form, which MUST be signed by a parent/guardian and returned to MSTC to be placed in the student’s file for record purposes.
CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT
State laws require that any and all incidents of suspected child abuse or neglect be reported to the appropriate agency. All personnel having good reason to believe that a student has suffered abuse/neglect are required to report such information. MSTC staff members are trained in Child Abuse Recognition and Prevention.
Good conduct is based on respect and consideration for the rights of others. Students will be expected to conduct themselves in such a way that the rights of others are not violated. Students will respect constituted authority, conform to school regulations and accept direction from authorized personnel. MSTC personnel will be expected to provide the students with an example of appropriate behavior and social attitudes.
Rules of Discipline Section 32 091 1-9
There shall not be cruel, harsh, corporal punishment or any unusual punishments such as, but not limited to, punching, pinching, shaking,spanking or biting. No discipline shall be delegated to any other child. No physical restraints shall be used to confine a child by any means other than by holding a child such as a protective hug, so the child may regain control. No child shall be placed in a locked room or an enclosed area such as a closet, box, or similar cubicle. No child shall be subject to profane language, threats, derogatory remarks about him/her family, or other verbal abuse. Discipline shall not be imposed on a child for failure to eat or for toileting accidents. Discipline shall not humiliate shame or frighten a child. Discipline shall not include withholding of food, rest, or toilet use. Separation as a discipline shall be brief and age appropriate to the child’s age and developmental ability and the child shall be in sight and hearing of a MSTC staff member in a safe, lighted, well ventilated space. Students shall follow the code of conduct enclosed in their enrollment packets.
If a student violates this policy or the code of conduct, MSTC personnel will contact the reponsible parent.
In order to maintain a healthy environment, we ask that the student not attend the MSTC Indoor Summer Camp program if he/she is showing signs of illness. If a student becomes ill during program hours, he/she will be isolated from his/her group and cared for by the MSTC. Oarents/Guardians will be contacted immediately and requested to pick up their child.
Parents/Guardians will be contacted if their child shows any of the following symptoms:
If the student returns to the program and is still showing symptoms of the particular illness, the parent/guardian will be required to present a physician’s note stating that the child my return to the program. MSTC staff members are trained in the recognition and prevention of Communicable Disease.
All medication should by given by the parent/guardian at home; however, the MSTC staff will be permitted to administer medication only when no alternative is available. The following requirements are mandatory for all prescription medication that must be given during program hours:
MEALS AND SNACKS
Parents/Guardians must indicate on the health questionnaire, or provide written notification of any/all allergies including food allergies, to MSTC. The students will be required to provide a sack lunch including a beverage (no soda) and the essential utensils. If a student forgets to bring his/her lunch, the Team Leader will notify the parent/guardian and he/she will be asked to bring a lunch for his/her child.
We ask that students leave technology at home as we want to prevent any personal items form being lost, damaged, or stolen. The program provides a sufficient amount for necessary equipment and resources for the students to use. The program is not responsible for lost, damaged or stolen items.
Your child's health and safety is important to us!
Medina Sports Training Center
879 South Progress Drive, Unit K, Medina, Ohio 44256 (We are located in the back of the building)
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