Katy ISD Summer Programs For Kids And Adults

p5090011 Katy ISD is offering a recreational sports summer program this year featuring the following:

Swim Lessons and Recreational Swim: Kindergarten—Adult

Registration begins May 13 Swim sessions begin June 8

$100/Cost

Location:  Taylor High School

Tennis Camps and Recreational Play: Kindergarten—Adult

Registration begins May 13 Camp sessions begin June 8

$100/Cost

Basketball Girls and Boys Leagues: Incoming 6th—Grade 12

Registration by mail before May 15 Leagues begin Week of June 8

Volleyball Girls Leagues: Incoming 6th—Grade 12

Registration by mail before May 15 Leagues begin Week of June 8

$100/Cost

Various Sport Camps

Wrestling, Softball, Basketball, Volleyball, —Incoming Kindergarten—6th grade

Registration by mail before May 22 Camps are June 9-11

Go to http://kisdwebs.katyisd.org/Communications/Pages/CommunityFlyers.aspx and click on the “community flyers” page for additional information.  Looks like space is limited.

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2 Responses

  1. I strongly encourage any parent to stay away from the Katy ISD summer swim lessons. My 5 year old daughter was enrolled for lessons at Katy High School and I am very disappointed with the teacher she had. My daughter is a Level 1, this was her first lesson ever. She loves the water but was nervous about going all the way under. The teacher she had is a high school student and has no business teaching swim lessons to young children. She had no patience or understanding for the kids that were nervous and got very short with them and spoke sharply to them when they didn’t do what she wanted. She offered no positive encouragement when my daughter (and the other kids) did something new for them, instead she found something wrong with it. Instead of praising them when they overcame a fear, she pointed out what they didn’t do right. She called my daughter a quitter and snapped at her to stop crying (because my daughter was frustrated and scared). When a child didn’t want to do something, she either kept on them about it or told them to leave the pool and go sit with their mom because they were done for the day. Usually she did both to the kids, leaving them upset and confused. One day she told 3 kids to leave the pool and there were still 20 minutes left of class. She had no patience or understanding of kids and didn’t even bother to try. Her treatment of the kids was borderline abusive. The director was wonderful, my husband talked to her about the teacher and she listened and took him seriously, but I questions a program that will hire a teacher like this. The teacher is currently teaching swim lessons at KHS this summer, 2009.

  2. My daughter takes swimming lessons at Taylor HS EVERY summer since she was a kindergartener, and simply she LOVES IT!! Now I am about to enroll my 5 years old son to start with this awesome sport!
    This program is excellent and I really recommend it at The Taylor HS location. :)

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