Celebrating 28 years in 2018, SportsKids teaches campers skills and strategies in a variety of sports (basketball, volleyball, badminton, tennis, archery, and soccer). Campers are divided into age-groups and rotate between activities, ending with a cool dip in our campus pool. Our enthusiastic coaching staff will provide instruction and supervision in a safe, positive and FUN environment! Students, grades 2-8 are welcome. Campers receive a free camp T-shirt, and daily morning snack and afternoon popsicle.
Monday - Thursday | June 18-21, 2018 | 9:00 am - 3:30 pm | Grades 2-8
Monday - Thursday | June 25-28, 2018 | 9:00 am - 3:30 pm | Grades 2-8
FULL DAY: 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
HALF DAY: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm or 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Cost is $250 per one week Full Day session, $150 per one week Half Day session.
Lunch is optional and is $40 per week.
Jeff is a current faculty member, Lower and Middle athletic director, and a coach at San Domenico. Coach Skaggs is a charter member of the Positive Coaching Alliance, a former basketball player and coach at Southern Utah University, and a former player at Marin Catholic High School. He was also a coach and counselor at the prestigious Superstar High School Camp for many years in San Diego, and has directed camps for 25 years.
Coach Skaggs is the founder of San Domenico Basketball Camps, and has won a total of nine CYO Championships between basketball and track & field for San Domenico. He is in his 18th year at San Domenico and 10th as summer camp coordinator.
A native of Marin, Coach Fulton played basketball at Drake High, College of Marin, and Cal Lutheran University. He has coached at Terra Linda High School, The Branson School, and also led the College of Marin Women's Basketball program to top ten rankings several times in his tenure as coach. He won two State Championships at Branson high School. He is the founder and director of The Marin Basketball Intensive, and is coaching director of the North Bay Basketball Academy AAU programs. Coach Fulton's girls varsity coaching record for the last four years at at San Domenico was 72-21, with two BCL Championships, and four North Coast and Northern California state tourney appearances. His first ever Boys JV Program finished at 14-2 this season.