The Governor has announced that out of an abundance of caution to help prevent community spread of COVID-19, all Fayette County Public schools will be closed for students beginning March 16 and will not reopen until April 20, 2020.
All lacrosse related activities affiliated with the CKLA, including practices, games, etc., are suspended until APRIL 20th when FCPS students are slated to return. We will update everyone if this changes. This does not mean we are cancelling the entire season at this time.
We are going to do our best to finish the season when schools resume. If we cannot, we will communicate accordingly.
Please contact your coach first, if there are any questions. If there are other questions that should be addressed firstname.lastname@example.org is another route to go.
Updated: Monday, March 30, 1:33 p.m.
Find your registration below. Both registrations are specific to age and will specify the gender specific options, if applicable, in the registration process.
Any questions can be sent directly to CKLA Vice President Josh Stewart at email@example.com.
The CKLA mission is to create a Positive Youth Lacrosse experience for Players, Parents, and Coaches through an enthusiastic, safe, and age-appropriate environment. Our goal is to Educate, Train, and Teach all Participants involved while using the game of Lacrosse as the platform to promote essential life skills.
For Keeps Lacrosse, Inc. was established in 2018 to provide FREE lacrosse equipment to underprivileged children. Our mission is to encourage and expand participation in lacrosse by alleviating one of the leading cost-barriers to participation -- equipment. Our mantra is simple: Borrow our gear. Play lacrosse for two complete seasons and it’s all yours -- FOR KEEPS. This two-season proviso is designed to incentivize participation and foster player and family commitment to the sport. Our belief is that players who stick with lacrosse through more than one season are far more likely to carry on with the sport long-term.
WHO QUALIFIES?: Children from households involved in free or reduced school lunch programs, food stamps, governmental health care, governmental housing, and similar programs automatically qualify for our services. Other financial circumstances are considered on a case-by-case basis. For example, a family coping with the long-term illness or recent death of a primary breadwinner might qualify even though the children are not receiving governmental support. We have provided equipment to a player whose family was recovering from a house fire, brothers whose mother was forced to go back to college late in life, and brothers whose family had financial/employment setbacks after moving to Kentucky, to name a few.
Contact Brandon Marshall, President of For Keeps Lacrosse, Inc., at firstname.lastname@example.org.