A Leadership and Wellness Workshop for
8th Grade Young Female Athletes
Transitioning to High School
THIS EVENT IS FREE
April 14, 2019
Registration Opens at 1:30 PM
Holton-Arms School, Bethesda, MD
A program organized by Emma Scielzo, co-founder of Kids 4 Healthy Life
The transition to high school sports can be challenging. Expectations are higher, demands on schedules increase, and the stress of balancing academics with athletic goals can be overwhelming. This workshop is specifically designed for 8th grade young women who are considering trying out for sports in high school.
A great athlete encompasses more than just physical ability. She must learn to balance competing demands and keep a positive mindset. She must take care of her emotional and mental health, while honing her physical skills. Perhaps most importantly, she must be a leader in her team, her school, and her community. This workshop will help each young athlete to develop the skills that will help her nourish her mind, body, and soul.
During this free workshop, eighth grade young women will have the opportunity to learn from expert panelists on the topics of nutrition, sleep, sports psychology, healthy balance, community service and confidence. This workshop will bring together eighth graders from all around the DC/MD/VA area. Please share this information with 8th graders in your community!
Emma is a 10th grader at Holton-Arms School in Bethesda, MD. As a young female athlete, she recognizes the importance of nourishing the mind, body and soul in order to be the best athlete a person can be. Emma is a swimmer and a dancer. She is excited to plan this workshop and share these valuable resources and insights with eighth grade girls in her community.
If you would like to volunteer for this event, please be in touch.