01.17.2019

Lace Up for Sports at iLEAD Agua Dulce

Our winter sports are coming up, and we are excited to offer Pee Wee (K-3), Elementary (4-6) Boys Basketball, and Elementary (4-6) Girls Soccer. Teams are tentative, contingent on having enough players and a parent coach. Mr. BE will be coordinating the sports, but he will need one coach for each of the teams as well for them to take place. Please email Mr. BE at chris.bojorquez@ileadaguadulce.org if you are interested in coaching. We appreciate all the support and look forward to a great season.

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