“Moves 2 Win” New Summer Youth Program

by Staff Reporter / Apr 30, 2015 / comments

“Moves 2 Win” New Summer Youth Program

ESPAÑOLA — Española  Public Schools in partnership with Rio Arriba County and the New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department  have announced a new summer youth program names “Moving 2 Win” for the youth between 9 and 14 years old. This program is free of charge to participants.

Activities will include a variety of themes including Arts and Crafts, Agriculture, Culture, Drug Prevention Education, Sports, Health and Wellness, Music and Dance and Media Arts.

Registration opens today, May 1 through May 15. See below for more information and program contact information.

Moves 2 Win Program FAQ’s

What is Moves 2 Win?

Moves 2 Win is a summer youth education, healthcare and fitness program, Moves 2 Win will replace the program formally known as NYSP

Who are the sponsors?

Rio Arriba County

The Española  Public Schools

New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department

When does the program start?

Monday, June 1, 2015

Who can participate?

Anyone between ages 9 through 14

What time does Moves 2 Win Start?

8:00am to 2:00pm Monday through Thursday

How much does it cost?

It’s free, but you need to sign up quickly, because space is limited, you can download the application online at  www.rio-arriba.org or www.k12espanola.org

Is there a deadline to sign up?

Yes, registration is from May 1- May 15, 2015

How long does the program last?

From June 1 through July 30, 2015

Will Transportation be provided?

Yes, transpiration will provided, students who participate in Moves 2 Win will be bused to the Espanola Valley High School

What kind of activities will be included?

Activities will include a variety of themes including, Drug Prevention Education, Arts and Crafts, Agriculture, Culture, Sports, Health and Wellness, Music and Dance and Media Arts

For more information, contact Eric Vigil with the Espanola Public Schools, at 505-367-3402, or you can call Stephanie Ortiz, or Joseph Martinez with the Rio Arriba County Recreation Department at 505-753-6663 or online at www.rio-arriba.org