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28 June 2 - 15, 2012


Gilbert Goddard School adds Mandarin


A new language will be part of The Goddard School at 4080 E. Germann Rd. in Gilbert, as it introduces Mandarin in July to its daily schedule for all toddlers through pre-kindergarten classrooms. “Children will experience an immersion program taught by a teacher fluent in Mandarin each day that they attend, Monday through Friday,” says Penny Mekhanik, owner of the Goddard School. “Mandarin is becoming important as a second language. Foreign language at an early age is known to help develop both language and math skills.” The school offers programs for


children ages 6 weeks to 6 years, focusing on building a strong and balanced foundation of emotional, social, cognitive and physical skills for each child with a curriculum of learning through play. Families have the convenience of extended hours from 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. with the flexibility of either half- or full-day schedules. Quality assurance standards are monitored corporately. Parents are encouraged to drop in for a


tour or contact Penny Mekhanik directly at 480-988-0185. For more information, visit www.goddardschool.com.


Youth


Legacy Traditional School expands EV campus


www.SanTanSun.com Elite high school athletes


come to Chandler Approximately 500 of the nation’s


top high school sprinters are expected to participate in the Arizona Sprints Showcase Sat., June 23 and Sun., June 24 at Chandler High School. Hosted by the City of Chandler and the Phoenix Regional Sports Commission, the event will feature the top three boys and three girls from each state competing in six sprint events: 100-meter, 200-meter and 400-meter, and 100-meter, 110-meter and 300-meter hurdles.


Chandler High School is at 350 N.


Arizona Ave. in Chandler. For more information, visit www.phoenixsports.org.


GROWING: Athlos Traditional School adds space in time for the new school year. Submitted photo Athlos Traditional School, a Legacy


Traditional School with a location in Chandler, is expanding its Queen Creek campus in time for the 2012-13 school year. Construction recently began to add


12,500 square feet of classroom space to accommodate 350 additional students at the Queen Creek campus, located at 41800 N. Barnes Pkwy. The school will have a total occupancy of over 1,100 students. Legacy Traditional Academy – Queen Creek is a tuition-free, K-8 public


Summer travelers wanted


charter school with an accelerated pace of study and a back-to-basics curriculum. The school is part of the Legacy Traditional School District in Pinal County, which will be honored at the Arizona Department of Education’s 2012 Leading Change Conference in June for its outstanding leadership and exemplary performance in attaining academic excellence. Open enrollment is currently under


way. For more information or to schedule a tour, call 480-655-5553 or visit www.LegacyTraditional.org.


for youth football team Coast to Coast Football’s summer


travel team still has spaces available for the NFL FLAG Regional Tournament, to be held June 30 and July 1 at the University of Texas. Area boys or girls who are 10 or 11


years old by Aug. 1 are eligible. Cost for the trip is $250 per team. The winning team at the Regional


Tournament will receive an all-expense- paid trip to Florida in February 2013 to play in the NFL Flag Nationals, where Coast to Coast Football has traveled for the past five years. For more information, contact Bryan


May at bryan@coast2coastfootball.com or visit www.coast2coastfootball.com.


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