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Winter Conditioning, Tag Day, Field Trip Details

posted Jan 20, 2017, 3:16 AM by W. T. Woodson Crew   [ updated Jan 20, 2017, 3:16 AM by WTW Crew Webmaster ]
As a reminder, we have NO WINTER CONDITIONING tomorrow, 20 Jan. We will resume the normal winter conditioning schedule on Monday.

TAG DAY this Saturday, 21 January. If you are still interested in participating and have not already signed up, please go to the link below and read the information carefully as to which date and shift you are signing up for. Sign-Up at Tag Days Sign-Up

WT WOODSON CREW SCHOLARSHIP applications are due on Tuesday, 24 January. We are pleased to announce the Crew scholarship program and application. Please review the WT Woodson Crew Scholarship application, complete the form and e-mail it to wtw.crew.president@gmail.com no later than Tuesday 24 January, 2017. All applications will be kept strictly confidential.

Last, but not least here are the details on our 28 January FIELD TRIP TO THE NAVAL ACADEMY in Annapolis, MD!
Please register no later than Thursday, 26 January on this Sign-Up Genius site. We need four parent chaperones as well. If you are interested in being a chaperone, please sign up through the same site.
  • Cost will be $20 per rower, checks should be made out to WT Woodson Boosters and payment can be brought the day of camp. 
  • Uniform will be uni suits with team gear. If you are a new rower, unis and available team gear will be provided. 
  • Rowers should bring snacks and a bag lunch 
  • Rowers may bring extra money if desired 
  • Emergency Care Form must be on file and the attached PARENTAL AUTHORIZATION AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF RISK FOR FIELD TRIP must be filed out and brought the day of camp 
Saturday, 28 January ITINERARY
0945: Meet at Woodson’s Front Parking lot

1015 - 1115: Depart via bus from Woodson for Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland
Transportation will be two 62 passenger FCPS buses to help facilitate and expedite Naval Academy security requirements. All students will ride the bus with at least two chaperones and one coach per bus. Directors of Crew Boosters and other accompanying booster parents will fill any empty seats on the bus.

1115 - 1150: Arrive at Visitors Center
Tour Visitor Center and rowing facilities

1200 - 1600: Rowing Camp
Demonstration and practical application of conditioning and rowing techniques under direction of WT Woodson coaches using state of the art rowing equipment

1600 - 1630: Change clothes/snack

1630: Depart Naval Academy

1730: Arrive at WT Woodson
Approximate time of arrival at Woodson’s front parking lot