CO-ED GRADES 7-12
Learn and play Ultimate Frisbee! Ultimate combines the continuous movement and endurance of soccer with the aerial passing skills of football, and the goal of completing a pass to a player in the end zone. This program will development skills & strategies, and help players understand and embrace the “Spirit of the Game”. A unique and defining element of Ultimate Frisbee, Spirit of the Game places the responsibility of fair play solely on the athletes themselves by requiring each player to know the rules and make their own calls, without the help of a neutral official. These underlying principles reinforce mutual respect and trust between opponents; communication and conflict resolution skills; and self-confidence – both on and off the field of play.
Bring: Sneakers/cleats, weather-appropriate clothes (layers), water bottle. Check in/out wearing a cloth face covering.
Instructor: Roger Bakos – Roger is a lifelong ultimate competitor that has experiencing coaching at the middle school level in King County.
Email: email@example.com Phone: (206) 499-0117
Location: Outdoors at South Whidbey Community Park – 5495 Maxwelton Road, Langley – Grass area between fields #1 & #4 (Across from basketball court)
Rain-Out Plan: Class will occur rain or shine, except in the event of extreme inclement weather. Check website one-hour prior to class for notifications.
Min 8/Max 40
Mon/Thu | Oct 4-Nov 4 | 3:00-5:00pm | $30*
*South Whidbey Parks & Recreation offers scholarships for youth and teen programs. Scholarship eligibility is based on income level and number of individuals in the household. Each application is evaluated individually and there is no guarantee that a scholarship will be awarded. Click here for more information.
Check the website swparks.org/event/south-whidbey-youth-ultimate/ for updates.
To register, click here.
COVID-19 Safety and Health Screening
* Temperature Check Participants must take their own temperature shortly before arriving at the program. Stay home if you have a fever.
* Stay home if you are experiencing cold or flu-like symptoms (not attributable to another condition such as seasonal allergies) in the 72 hours prior to the program such as: a fever of 100.4 or higher; nausea or vomiting; cough; sore throat; chills; loss of taste or smell; muscle or body aches; respiratory illness or difficulty breathing; or headache. If you fall ill, please let us know. If you reply to one of our health screening questions in a way that needs more clarification, we’ll have you step to the side while we get the rest of the folks checked in, then chat with you.
* Stay home if you or anyone in your household been exposed to COVID-19 in the last 14 days.
* Keep your distance and maintain at least 6′ distance from others.
* Wash your hands and/or use hand sanitizer upon arrival and departure. Refrain from touching your face.
* Cloth Face Coverings SWPRD follows the K-12 COVID-19 requirements for the 2021-22 school year. “Face coverings are not required outdoors, regardless of vaccination status. Masks are strongly recommended for unvaccinated individuals when outdoors in crowded spaces or when in close contact with people from outside their household for a sustained period of time, as the risk of COVID-19 infection increases with the duration and closeness of contact between individuals.” https://www.doh.wa.gov/Portals/1/Documents/1600/coronavirus/820-105-K12Schools2021-2022.pdf This may change mid-session.
* Privacy Upon arrival we may ask you some basic health questions about symptoms and exposure. If you would like to discuss anything in a more private way, please call us or email before the program starts. If we are made aware that a participant, volunteer or staff person tested positive for COVID-19, fellow participants and staff who have been exposed will be notified, while maintaining privacy.
* Loaner/borrowed equipment will be sanitized or quarantined between users.