Kinder to 1st
The Shooting Stars Program (K & 1st Grade) provides an opportunity for children to develop dribbling and shooting skills, coordination and spatial awareness while having fun playing with their friends.
Our club’s younger players join Shooting Stars to improve their technical ability in a positive, exciting, and challenging environment.
Open to boys and girls in Kinder & First Grade (born in 2012, 2013 & 2014).
*TK/PreK (born in 2014 and 2015), please check our Comets page for more information! Please contact Coach Kayley (email@example.com) with questions.
What do I bring? Recommended that players bring water, and size 3 soccer ball.
What do I wear? Wearing cleats and shinguards under soccer socks is encouraged.
What are the Program Hours? (Fall, Winter, Spring) Our ball mastery sessions use skill-based games to promote individual time on the ball and real PASSION for playing soccer.
What are Play Days? (Fall & Spring ONLY) We play small-sided games (3v3 or 4v4); players join a field or start a new game as they arrive; staff continuously roll the ball into play. We celebrate goals, create appropriate challenges and make adjustments for individual players, and have seasoned MVLA players modeling game play and good sportsmanship. The teams are flexible, and staff ensure games run in a fun and fair way- other than that, we get out of the way and let the kids PLAY!
What if I can’t attend Friday Play Days? We offer a discounted rate if you are unable to attend both days.
I have more questions about registration, who should I contact? For more information please contact Coach Kayley (firstname.lastname@example.org).
MVLA provides a need-based financial aid program. For further information and to apply click here.
Program Hours Available:
Mondays: (Los Altos*)
Wednesdays: (Mountain View*)
*Park location TBD
Winter 2020 Dates:
6 weeks + 2 Rain Dates
Mondays: January 6 – February 24
No Class on Monday Holidays, 01/20 & 2/17
Wednesdays: January 22 – February 26
ABOUT COACH KAYLEY SULLIVAN
Coach Kayley has been coaching and teaching for ten years in Virginia, where she staffed and ran programs and camps for young players. A certified Early Childhood Educator, Coach Kay taught PreK with KIPP DC and coached with the Girl’s DA prior to moving to California last year. She acts as MVLA Director of Community Programs, and as the Volunteer Assistant Coach with Stanford Women’s Soccer. Kayley holds USSF C License, National Youth License, and TOVO Academy Barcelona training certificate.