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Youth Sports & Fitness

Youth Sports & Fitness

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The Youth Sports & Fitness Program hosts recreational leagues that are inclusive of all youth who want to learn the fundamentals of the game and to have fun.

The sports program focuses on the following:

  1. Leadership, sportsmanship and teamwork.

  2. Programs based on the well-being of children/youth.

  3. Skill building and increased self-esteem and self-confidence.

  4. Reduce the likelihood of situations and behaviors that put children/youth at risk to include providing a drug, tobacco and alcohol-free environment at all child/youth sports activities.

Make sure your Family is registered with Parent Central Services, after registration is completed, then you may enroll in the sport of your choice through Parent Central or WebTrac. All youth athletes must have a copy of a current health assessment/sports physical at the first day of practice that's valid through the entire season. Enrollment fees vary depending on each sports program. Forms can be downloaded from WebTrac for enrollment at Parent Central. Health Assessment Form

Basketball & Cheerleading

2019/20 Basketball & Cheerleading packet for parents

2019/20 Basketball & Cheerleading packet for coaches 

Special Olympics Washington (SOWA)

Sports physical form (SOWA)

Flag Football & Cheerleading

2020 Flag Football & Cheerleading packet for parents

2020 Flag Football & Cheerleading packet for coaches


2019 Youth Baseball packet for parents

2019 Youth Baseball packet for coaches



Fall Soccer 2020 packet for parents | Letter for parents

Fall Soccer 2020 packet for coaches

Volunteer Youth Sports Coach

Coaches are trained and certified through the National Association of Youth Sports.  The NAYS organization is a volunteer coach training program that is designed to sensitize volunteer coaches to their responsibilities and hold them accountable to a strict code of ethics and conduct.  All coaches have background clearance checks and are screened through the Army Central Registry, MPs, CID and Alcohol and Drug Prevention programs for any reported misconduct involving children. Training includes psychological and emotional needs of youth, safety and first aid, conditioning and nutrition, teaching proper sports techniques and drug awareness.  Volunteer coaches are always welcome for all sports programs.

Coach Background Application

Coach Reading Training Packet #1

Coach Signing Training Packet #2 

Forms must be hand delivered to the Youth Sports Office. 

Winter Youth Sports

Oct 23

Hillside Youth Center's Super Saturday

Oct 24 1 pm - 6 pm

Virtual Child Caregiver Job Fair

Nov 3 7 am - 11 am

FCC Provider Orientation

Nov 17 6 pm - 8 pm

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October FOCUS magazine

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