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P.L.A.Y. Mission Statement

Prior Lake Athletics for Youth, serves the Prior Lake / Savage School District, to provide competitive yet fun athletic opportunities for kids.  Our priority is safety, skills development, and the teaching of life lessons through sports.

Our program promotes the importance of sportsmanship, teamwork, leadership, and integrity. We believe learning both success and failure through competition will benefit our future generations.

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    Basketball Registration is now open!

     Please go to the Sport website page for details on that sport before registering. Be aware that registrations can end at any point it is determined that sport or grade level is full or volunteers need to close to prepare properly.

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    Volunteer coaches needed at ALL Levels !!

    Being a Volunteer organization we rely on volunteers stepping up and that help is really needed as coaches - if you can help at all in this area be sure to register as a Coach. We only ask you believe in "Players First... Winning Second"

    This means you have concern for ALL  Players development, safety, moral building and positive coaching will make them a better person and athlete and enjoy the sport. While winning is important - developing and becoming a quailty member of the Team and community is more important as our over all goal of youth sports!

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    It is important that our programs get your feedback - with the program wanting to create more focus on our Sports Culture we want to see if coaches are teaching the positive aspects. Thanks for your attention to this!

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    Women, Sports and Principled Leadership

     

    Please join us for the Winning With Integrity Symposium on October 26th at the University of St. Thomas. This years topic is Women, Sports and Principled Leadership. In addition, the panel features PCA National Advisory Board Member, Summer Sanders! 
     
    The Winning with Integrity Symposium is an annual conversation on topics in sports, ethics and principled leadership organized by the Ethics and Business Law Department of the Opus College of Business, the Veritas Institute, and the Center for Ethical Business Cultures at the University of St. Thomas. 
     
    For more information, head to http://www.stthomas.edu/business/winning-with-integrity/ or see the email invitation below. 
     
     
     

    Women, Sports and Principled Leadership

    Wednesday, October 26, 7:30 - 9:30 a.m.

    How does experience playing sports lay the foundation for leadership by women in both business and life? This symposium explores the role sports can play when it comes to recruiting, developing and retaining women leaders in business, as well as the ethical challenges that can arise in both arenas when there is so much pressure to win while also remaining true to one's core values.

    Panelists

    · Keynote: Summer Sanders, former competitive swimmer, 1992 Olympic champion and co-owner of Blackline Media

    · Lea B. Olsen, sports analyst and broadcaster, Fox Media Group

    · Ruth Opatz Sinn, women's head basketball coach, University of St. Thomas

    · Carol Surface, SVP & chief human resources officer, Medtronic, Inc.

    · Moderator: Dawn Elm, professor of ethics and business law, Opus College of Business

     

    Event Details:
    Wednesday, October 26, 2016
    7:30 - 9:30 a.m.

    James B. Woulfe Alumni Hall
    University of St. Thomas Anderson Student Center, third floor
    2115 Summit Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55105

     

    Learn more and register

     

    The Winning with Integrity Symposium is an annual conversation on topics in sports, ethics and principled leadership organized by the Ethics and Business Law Department of the Opus College of Business, the Veritas Institute, and the Center for Ethical Business Cultures at the University of St. Thomas.

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