EMH Sports News
EMH is offering a Promo “Bring a Friend Day” in December.
Your child may bring a friend FREE to the first (1st) week of the session at the same location where you are registered. This must be a person from a new family who has not attended any EMH classes in the past.
Below are guidelines that must be followed:
- You must register and pay for your own child for the class first. You can buy a Day Pass for your child or the full month. rememebr that the promo is only the first week (unless postponed due to weather).
- You must register your friend using this form (below, please log in to view form). They do not need an account or student files to come as a guest. Use our special form instead. We must have all information in advance so that we have the proper staffing at the park. Your friend will not be able to register themselves for this promo! You may bring more than one friend as long as each one has the paperwork.
- Your friend’s parent must fill out the AP Form. Please download the form (below) for them, print it, have their parent sign, and bring it with the student. We will also have forms for the parent to sign at the park if they will be attending with their child. If the form is not signed by the parent your guest cannot play, so please have it done in advance. You may not sign the form for someone else's child!
EMH Sports USA now has open enrollment youth PE classes for the homeschool network from grades preK-12th in Southern Nevada and Northern and Southern California. More locations are being added each month! Email us to bring a class to your area.
We also have a wishlist started for Arizona, Hawaii, North Carolina, Texas and Florida locations!
Our classes offer diverse, developmentally appropriate activities for all students. Your kids will have fun, develop new friendships, and learn the fundamental skills of playing team sports.
We have a new addition to the EMH sports line up - Field Handball, coming this June!
These children in France are playing handball on an indoor court. Although our games will most commonly be on a soccer field, the idea is similar.
Not your average gym class
by CAROLINE MAYS
The Valley Chronicle (Hemet)
Nobody wants to get out of this gym class. "I walk out to that site and all those kids are reaching up to give me a hug and a high five," said Marlene MacIsaac, the Hemet coach for EMH, a Temecula-based company that hosts PE classes for homeschoolers across the state.