The Latino Youth Development Program promotes positive, team-oriented activities and physical exercise for Latino male students in grades 7 through 10 who are enrolled in the FARMS (Free and Reduced-price Meals) program for low-income families. Each child involved with the program is provided opportunities to earn Student Service Learning (SSL) hours required for graduation.
Our program begins in July with a six-week summer camp, where students have training and conditioning, Student Service Learning SSL project and several trips. We work closely with students to track grades, pre/mid/and post self-esteem surveys, behavior in school, in the program and at home.
Attend weekly meeting after school
Attend weekly practice
Attend all games
Attend all field trips
For information on eligibility, please contact the Community Services Office at 240-314-8310.
Join friends on the soccer field everyday after school and on weekend.
Meet weekly with the program supervisor to keep academic goals on track and a success.
Our staff lead drug, alcohol and gang prevention workshops to promote safety and health.