We asked Gabe, Multi-sports Camp Director at Purchase Future Stars Camps for some interesting reads and here are a couple of articles for you to peruse. Enjoy!
"Future Stars Camps has been around for 38 years and keeping it fresh while maintaining the values that have made this summer day camp a family tradition are why parents, who attended as kids, want their children to come here." -- Jordan Snider
"Former Ohio State Head Football Coach Urban Meyer recently stated that he prefers recruiting athletes who are involved in other sports." Here are some reasons why:
Woody Franklin of Liveaboutdotcom shares what he knows about the different types of springboard and platform dives:
"Our primary goal is to help campers enrich their talents, explore new frontiers and develop appropriate social dynamic skills that will serve them well as they move through this complex and challenging world.” - Bill Griffin, co-founder
“The biggest reward that I’ve received in my life is that after running Future Stars for 37 years is that, I’ve come into the second generation of campers. Parents that attended are now sending their kids to the camp, because they love Future Stars and they fondly remember their experiences.”—Charlie VanDercook
Circus Arts are of quite an interest to people of all age groups. The Smithsonian hosted a Folklife Festival in 2017 that provided opportunities for experiential exploration of the life and work of circus people all around the world. Here is what they considered some of the main disciplines of Circus Arts:
Children are also affected by stress and experience anxiety and parents can help them manage their stressors. Be conscious of your childrens' mental wellness and seek professional help when needed. Everyday Wellness shares signs of stress and anxiety that parents should be aware of which can be either physical or behavioral: