Go T.E.A.M.! (Together Everyone Achieves More!)

Go T.E.A.M.! (Together Everyone Achieves More!)
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Jay Berstein

Brawerman students love to represent their school by playing on sports teams. The athletics program offers students in Grade 4, 5, and 6 the opportunity to learn new skills, stay physically fit, and be part of a team—all while having a blast with their friends. Coaches on both campuses focus on skill acquisition, team building, and character development through sports. Fittingly, the Blaze motto is T.E.A.M.—Together Everyone Achieves More.

Let’s go Blaze! Brawerman students love to represent their school by playing on sports teams. The athletics program offers students in Grades 4, 5, and 6 the opportunity to learn new skills, stay physically fit, and be part of a team—all while having a blast with their friends. Coaches on both campuses focus on skill acquisition, team building, and character development through sports. Fittingly, the Blaze motto is T.E.A.M.—Together Everyone Achieves More.

At Brawerman West, more than 90 percent of eligible students participate in at least one sport. At Brawerman East, where all teams are coed, athletics draw nearly universal participation across the student body. Coaches on both campuses emphasize the importance of encouraging students to try new sports; they can join any team simply by signing up and committing to working hard.

t the twice weekly practices, kids develop athletic skills and learn to work with their teammates on shared goals. Competitions take place across the city as part of two interscholastic athletic leagues, which allows our students to meet and socialize with other L.A.-area kids. In addition to these regularly scheduled games, Brawerman students participate in special tournaments throughout the year.

There have been many highlights this year among the teams. “A highlight for all of us came at the end of this basketball season,” Coach Schapira said. “One student who had never played on a basketball team before and was very hesitant to shoot at the beginning of the season, scored two baskets in the final game. We were so proud that every one of our students scored a basket this season.”

Coach Uriah Goldfinger at Brawerman East also recounted an exciting basketball highlight from this year. “The best highlight this year came in the last second of overtime when Josh made a long jump shot to win the game.”

 

- Andrea Weinstein, Assistant Principal, Grade 3-6

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