8 Year Olds
Maeve Connolly/Bright Stars
Dana Imperial/ENA Paramus
Lauren Campbell/ENA Paramus
Briann Lee Growalt/Jersey Shore
9 Year Olds
Cailyn Havecker/ENA Paramus
10 Year Olds
Ellianna Topchishvilli/ENA Paramus
Parents, coaches, school sports administrators and youth sports organization leaders who want to prevent bullying will find these commonly asked questions and answers helpful. Starting with “What is Bullying?” these seven basic questions and answers will arm adults with knowledge and skills to make the right choices in bullying prevention efforts.
- Bullying vs.normal conflict between peers
- How to talk with young people
- What should children do if they witness bullying?
- What if my child is the bully?
For answers to these questions, and more, see the link below.
This resource stems from a Positive Coaching Alliance Trusted Resource – Kidpower – a nonprofit leader in abuse and violence prevention for children and adults. Kidpower makes it FUN to learn about being safe, rather than scary. Caring adults can use the Kidpower Method™ to protect children and teens from bullying, child abuse, abduction, and other violence.
If mailing bid form deadline is now August 12, 2017
If emailing bid form – deadline is August 18, 2017
PLEASE READ THE INFORMATION BELOW FOR EACH COMPETITION BEFORE SUBMITTING BID(s).
Level 8 Regionals: April 6-8, 2018
Level 9/10 Regionals: April 12-15, 2018
Athletes eligible for High Performance Camp (HPC) must have scored a 36.AA or higher at 2017 JO Nationals or Easterns. If we do not fill the camp, we will drop the qualifying score and notify clubs.The deadline for registering for the camp is AUGUST 4th.Forms related to the camp are linked below. Please remember that ALL participants (athletes, coaches, judges) must bring medical forms to camp. These attachments also include the camp schedule and what people will need to bring to Woodward.
Also, you MUST renew your memberships (athletes and Pro) in order to register for the camp. This includes background checks, safety (if up for renewal) and SAFE SPORT.Feel free to contact me with any questions.Linda Johnson
Region 7 JOCC
Go for the Gold Gymnastics in Whippany, NJ (North Jersey, just 3 minutes from the Rte 287 and Rte 10 cross-section) has an immediate opening for a Girls USAG team coach. We are an established gym of 41 years and our team trains in our 12,000 sq. ft. air conditioned facility. Go for the Gold is looking for an individual who can work within our competitive program which includes levels 2-9 and pre-team.
Applicants should be motivated, enthusiastic, positive and dependable with a strong desire to work with children. Candidates must have solid references and coaching experience. Recent college grad is okay if competed on a collegiate level. Very competitive compensation package (commensurate with experience) including Health Care benefits, 401K plan, paid vacation and Profit Sharing.
Interested Individuals should email resumes with references to: email@example.com
Go for the Gold Gymnastics
145 Algonquin Parkway
Whippany, NJ 07981
Contact: Tammie Maitlin (owner) Phone: (973) 739-9100
Please submit your bids for 2017-2018 USAG NJ Sectional and State Meets using the form linked below.
On some of the proposed meet dates, several Sectional and State meets have been combined.
All State Meets must be in an outside facility.
5 New Individual Records set.
Congratulations to all 3 Clubs who participated.
16 New State Records set.
Congratulations to all 10 Clubs who participated.
111.175 La Gymnastique
111.075 North Stars
110.925 Giant of Hackettstown