January 2017

Winter Break

We would like to welcome everyone back from the Winter Break. We hope everyone had a great holiday!

The last day for classes in the Fall/Winter Session are as follows;

  • Tuesday Jan 17th, 2017
  • Wednesday Jan 18th, 2017 – Parents' Day
  • Friday Jan 20th, 2017
  • Saturday Jan 21st, 2017     – Parents' Day
  • Sunday Jan 22nd, 2017      – Parents' Day
  • Monday – Monday’s last class is Wednesday January 25th which is a make-up day for Halloween

I would like to thank all our coaches and staff for a very successful first session.

Spring Session

First day of Session Two begins Friday January 27th.  Remember the Tuesday and Wednesday classes have a two week break between Sessions.

Parent’s Day

Once again we will be having Parent’s Day on the last day of the Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday classes only. This is a chance for the parents to view their child’s class from inside the gym. Taking pictures is encouraged! Parent’s Day will be on the last day of your child’s class during their regularly scheduled class time.

Chocolate Bar Fundraiser

The chocolate bar fundraiser begins February 10th. This year our goal will be to raise money for new gymnastic equipment. We will have an equipment wish list up in the lobby soon. I can’t think of a better way to raise money than eating chocolate.


Coach of the Month

Congratulations to Brianna Delebato this month’s Coach of the Month. Brianna has been with us at HGA for a number of years. This year Brianna started coaching in our Aerials program. She is doing a fantastic job and is handling the challenge beautifully. Brianna often fills in for coaches who are away and is always reliable. The kids adore her fun personality. Way to go Brianna!

C.I.T. of the Month

Congratulations to Julia Barr this month’s Coach in Training of the Month. Julia seems to be following in her big sister’s footsteps of becoming an awesome coach. Julia is in her second year as a coach in training and is well on her way to becoming a fully certified coach. Julia has great class control, good spotting technique, and the kids just love her! Way to go Julia!