PS 281 Chess Club & Team
2nd Place ICN Championship U 600
From complete beginners to advancing tournament players our goal is that all PS 281 players can experience both the joy & significant social/educational benefits of learning and playing chess. Our PS 281 Team will prepare for local, City, State & National Competitions. Players are matched into groups based on skill, interest level & age. This allows coaches to identify and create the right training environment for each player. (complete beginner - advanced competitors)
Approximate class groupings:
Rooks - 300 + USCF
Bishops - Advancing players with an eye towards competition
Pawns - K/1 introductory coaching and play
Spring semester - $595
Optional Late pick up 5:00 - 6:00 pm - $159
If you need a one time late pick-up please email email@example.com and provide $20 at pick-up.
10% sibling discount - use code: sibling
Financial assistance available - email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursdays Chess Club & Team:
Spring 2019 Semester February 7th - June 20th
February 7th, 14th, 28th
March 7th, 21st, 28th
April 4th, 11th, 18th
May 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd 30th
June 13th, 20th
Players will meet in the cafeteria directly after-school where they will have a light snack. Training and play will take place in classrooms onsite at PS 281. Pickup will occur at 5 PM in the lobby.
Lateral movements will occur, as we experiment with class grouping and activities to identify the optimal training opportunities for our players. Players will be promoted throughout the season as coaches feel fit.
A high emphasis on participation, engagement and self-study will be placed on our team groups.
PS 281 will have a weekly opening meeting, where past weeks success is recognized, the upcoming events are emphasized and expectations and team spirit is reinforced.
* Each PS 281 program member will receive a PS 281 team shirt and also a chesskid.com gold membership
PS 281 Team Competitions:
Our PS 281 Team will compete at local, City, State & National competitions.
Contact Your PS 281 Coaches: