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Youth Sports

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Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday 
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Closed: Weekends, Holidays & Family Days
Location
333 Houx St.
Whiteman AFB, MO
Contact us 
(660) 687-3199

The Whiteman Youth Sports Program offers adult volunteers the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children. Training and certification by the National Youth Sports Coaches Association are provided and funded by the program.

 

Participation in youth sports can have many benefits for children. Being involved in sports creates opportunities for learning both physical and social skills. Children can also learn a number of moral skills including the values of treating their peers with respect and understanding differences. Life-long skills such as discipline, perseverance and teamwork are taught by volunteer coaches to help children develop a sense of self-worth, help them set personal goals and help them discover their abilities.

 

START SMART:

 

Youth ages 3-5 years old are offered an age developmentally appropriate introductory sports program. This six week program prepares children for organized sports in a fun, non-threatening environment--without the threat of competition or the fear of getting hurt. Age appropriate equipment is used to teach children in this parent-child instructional program where parents assist with instruction. This course will teach parents the proper way to develop appropriate sport skills with their children while building their confidence which will enable them to enjoy participation in organized sports. Start Smart is offered three times each year: Winter Basketball, Spring Baseball & Fall Soccer.

 

COACHES:

 

The Whiteman Youth Sports Program offers adult volunteers the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children. Training and certification by the National Youth Sports Coaches Association are provided and funded by the program. Coaches receive the tools, resources and equipment necessary to offer a quality experience for young athletes. Youth Sports Administrators provide the best possible experience for children through and extensive screening process, a rigorous training agenda and hands-on support through continuous observation and evaluation of the program.