An organized athletic league for boys and girls in grades 5th – 8th. Coaches are trained in each sport and students participate in organized league play in Basketball, Olympic Team Handball, Cross Country and Flag Football.
KidsPlay is now taking registrations for 2018-19.
Online registration is preferred. Parent/Guardian must have a valid email address to submit an online registration form.
Parents/Guardians without a valid email address should obtain a paper registration form from the ASPIRE Site Coordinator at their child’s school.
Financial support for this year’s leagues comes from El Monte City School District to provide organized sports opportunities for their school district’s youth who might not have the opportunity to play otherwise.
The emphasis of KidsPlay is to provide an opportunity to play, learn and develop confidence in learning new and healthy lifestyle skills. All El Monte City School District sites with ASPIRE and ASPIRE Plus programs field teams in the above mentioned sports at no cost to students. Students register at their school site with their ASPIRE Site Coordinator.
KidsPlay is also open to any school wishing to participate in any of the the KidsPlay leagues for a fee. To learn more about registering your non-ASPIRE school into our leagues, please email email@example.com or call Luis at (562) 945-0150.
1,409 Students 108 Teams 12 Students per Team
6 Weeks 12 Practices 5 Games 1 Championship
2018-19 Sports Seasons
September 10 – October 25
October 22 – December 1
Olympic Team Handball
January 14 – February 28
March 6 – May 2
Program Sites in El Monte City School District
Cleminson, Cherrylee, Columbia, Cortada, Durfee, Gidley, Legore, New Lexington, Potrero, Rio Hondo, Rio Vista, Shirpser, Wilkerson, and Wright
Program Contact Information
(562) 945 – 0150
If you would like more information on how you could help support LEARN’s programs, please visit our donation page.
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