A LOVE STORY

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Published: Wednesday, 06 September 2017

At midnight tonight, right now, it will be our 30 year anniversay since I met my wife at Nazareth College in the library. For those of you who have known me for a long time you know the library is the last place you would find me..Did you know they have books and other educational materials in there? Who knew? Everybody but me. I thought the library was where really pretty smart nerdy girls went to avoid and hide from guys like me., and I was right! Well there she was. She was lost and I helped her out.She looked so sad and frumpy. Thought that was it. One week later she was lost again in the Shultz center and I helped her out again and she smiled at me and that was it..I had no idea but she did. But truth be told, I was the one who lost and she saved me. She truly chased me until I caught her. What a journey. I feel so blessed and fortunate to have shared this journey with her and my kids Molly and Clayton. It has not been easy. There have been ups and downs,but WOW the fun we had and are having still today. This lady has been there for every single important event in my life with support and loyalty, and I am truly thankful. Happy anniversary my love, Kathleeen Susan Stanley. Vj Stanley

Aaron Judge

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Published: Tuesday, 11 July 2017

The winner of the home run derby multi sport high school athlete. Humble and appreciative. They are connected.

New Layout

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Published: Saturday, 08 July 2017
Frozen Shorts is a youth sports consulting company dedicated to long-term athletic development, mental health, and the pure enjoyment of playing youth sports for fun. Its mission is to engage children through youth sports by having them play for fun with balanced excellence.
 
The Frozen Shorts Training Method (FSTM) teaches youth organizations the benefits for children, coaches, and parents now participating in youth sports that participation and continued activity should be a primary goal of all youth sports. Our approach simplifies and balances our children’s athleticism, both mentally and physically, embracing the fact that they ARE children, not mini adults or micro professional athletes, and that their development needs to be cooked safely with many ingredients, not bought ready-made at the store.
 
We want to provide and model leadership for the development of theory, research, and applied practice to youth sports, exercise, and healthy activity.
 
The Frozen Shorts Training Method is an organic, holistic approach to teaching and coaching kids. Not only do we teach kids the fundamentals of the youth sports games they play for fun, but we are continually finding ways to model positive behavior, and the importance of community, accountability, humility, and manners.
 
We would like to work with you during this season on implementing some if not all of the many programs we have to offer. We have several training aides that you may want to consider as well, but we are also able to customize packages specifically for your organization, league, franchise or team.
 
VJ founded Frozen Shorts as an answer to his family's and friends’ constant questions about the stress associated with their children's participation in youth sports. With his supporting cast of experts in various fields associated with youth sports contributing to VJ's holistic approach through their video interviews, VJ explains using their words why this new paradigm works.

Keyshawn Johnson on parenting an athlete

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Published: Sunday, 02 July 2017
Keyshawn Johnson on parenting his son. The four-star wide receiver came to Nebraska a semester early, but struggled during spring ball, making just one catch for seven yards in the spring game.  His struggles off the field were worse.  It culminated with a marijuana possession citation in his dorm room.  Less than two weeks later, Keyshawn Sr. made his son return home to California.
 
“One thing you will not do as my son is you will not embarrass Nebraska, you will not embarrass Mike Riley and you will not embarrass this family,” the elder Johnson told the Omaha World-Herald. “If you mature and you’re ready to resume your football career and academic goals, then Nebraska will be ready to embrace you.
”When Johnson Sr. was asked what Jr. thought about the move, he said:
“I never asked him,” Johnson Sr. said. “At the end of the day, I don’t think that decision was in his hands. He squandered that decision. He still wants to play football, and he still wants to play for Nebraska. But if you don’t do the things you’re supposed to do, under the guidelines of me, it’s not going to happen.

FREE PLAY RECESS AND ADHD

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Published: Tuesday, 02 May 2017

the Eagle Mountain Elementary in Fort Worth, Texas, has been giving kindergarten and first-grade students two 15-minute recess breaks every morning and two 15-minute breaks every afternoon to go play outside. At first teachers were worried about losing the classroom time and being able to cover all the material they needed with what was left, but now that the experiment has been going on for about five months, teachers say the kids are actually learning more because they’re better able to focus in class and pay attention without fidgeting.”

The key to the success of the program is ‘unstructured play’ four times a day to break up the physical and mental monotony of the classroom, allowing developing minds and bodies to constructively use their energies, so that their may be more effectively applied in learning.

 

 

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