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Small group Scheduling Woes

Unfortunately, we are having problems fitting everyone into the Silver small group schedule. The 6:45 time slot is very popular this year due to the number of siblings practicing during that time with Scarlet 1. We will go ahead and go with the published schedule for week 1, but will ask each parent to fill out a quick survey next week regarding the possibility of forming new times. Currently small groups are at 4:45, 5:45 and 6:45. The 5:45 time is very unpopular. We will be asking you whether or not it will be helpful to have small groups at 5:00, 6:00 & 7:00 or 4:45, 6:15 & 7:15 or just leave them as they are. Please come prepared to give your preferences next week. There is no need to email this to me at this time. The coaching staff for Small groups will be: Mondays - Coach Denise Wednesdays - 1st 2 groups: Coach Patty & Coach Laurie. Latest group: Coach Lew.

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