Jun 18, 2013 8:18 PM by Bill Halter

SLO High School raising money with Sports Camp

San Luis Obispo High School is raising money for its athletic programs while getting kids active this summer. The Tiger Athletics Sports Camp is in its second week and will run through July 12. Kids ages 4-14 are gathering five days a week to play sports with San Luis Obispo High School coaches and athletes. Money raised from admission to the camp goes to the athletic department.

The summer camp at San Luis Obispo High School has two sessions running from 8 a.m. to noon and noon to 4 p.m. Some kids are doing both sessions. The emphasis is on fun and skill development as the kids are being given the opportunity to play sports like hockey, soccer, football and track. Athletic Director Jeff Brandow is in charge of the camp, "one of our biggest needs coming in as my first year as Athletic Director is we needed to get the youth more involved. We saw this as an opportunity for the kids ages four to 14 to work with current high school student athletes and current coaches. It's really good to get them out and get them active" said Brandow.

The camp has had as many as 90 kids show up on a single day. For information on the camp click here.



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