Greensboro Day School Students to Host Sports Clinics
Six Greensboro Day School students have planned an afternoon of sports clinics on Saturday, October 1 from 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. for 3rd – 6th grade students as part of a “service through sports” initiative. These clinics are open to the public and feature soccer, field hockey, and volleyball. Space is limited and admission is a minimum $10 donation in canned food to be donated to BackPack Beginnings. Children will participate in clinics, learn more about the sports, and review skills from Greensboro Day School varsity athletes.
This clinic is part of a service through sports initiative started by senior Pearce Landry with the mission to teach children about sports and teamwork while giving back to the local community. Landry has hosted similar basketball clinics and received positive feedback from the participants and the other varsity athletes who helped coach and wanted to open these clinics up to a larger audience.
The Fall Clinic is also led by seniors Will Groce, Zach Shue, Whitney Forbis, Kristen Rosenbower, and Stephanie Kesselring, all Greensboro Day School students and varsity athletes.
Learn more about the clinics including how to register here.