Programs by Season
Note: we are always adding new programs!
Softball- Our Softball program is for North Attleboro residents in grades Pre-K through 3. All leagues are instructional and fun. Each team will have one practice per week. Minors, Majors, and Seniors Divisions will have two games a week. The Pre-K & K program will only be held on Saturdays. The program runs for 8 weeks and includes a t-shirt. Program runs from April-June and sign-ups are from January-March.
NAMS Intramural Track- For both Boys & Girls in the Middle School. Students will be instructed in the following events: shot put, 100 meter dash, 1 mile run, long jump, 200 meter run, 4x400 relay, high jump, 400 meter run, and the discus. Practices are three days a week from 4:00pm - 5:30pm at the North Attleboro High School Track. You will also be participating in dual and tri-meets, all of which are at the NAHS Track. The program will run for approximately 6 weeks in May and June. Sign-up is in March/early April.
NAMS Intramural Volleyball- Spring Volleyball is for Middle School girls and typically meets twice a week beginning in April. Program consists of mostly games, but there will also be instruction. All skill levels are welcome to join!
Summer Playground Program- S.P.P. is an 8 week program that takes place at the Community Field playground. The hours of the program are 9am-3:30pm. However, if there is enough interest in extended hours, we have run them in the past. The program is open to all North Attleboro residents that will be entering grades 1 through 8 in the fall. Registration usually starts on the 1st Saturday of April and runs until the program is full. Program is limited to 250 "full-time" participants.
Instrumental Music Week- This one week program for students entering grades 6 through 9 is run by NAMS and NAHS music teachers. Students will work on technique and participate in a variety of group performances with the opportunity to learn about other instruments in the exploratory class. This program will also feature team building recreational activities. Area residents with traditional band ensemble experience are welcome.
Summer Zoo Crew- This summer program offers children entering grades 4 through 8 a hands-on experience with the animals at the WWI Memorial Park & Zoo. 4 different weeks are offered and each week has a field trip and a guest speaker. Registration is in late April and weeks run in July & August.
Junior Zoo Rangers- This program for children entering grades 1 through 3 in the fall is a hands-on experience at the zoo including animal interactions, crafts, and more! Children will be learning the responsibilities of caring for the animals, as well as fun outdoor activities.
Mini-Zookeepers- This is a hands-on zoo experience for 3-5 year olds with a parent or guardian. Children will be learning colors, sounds, and textures through animal interaction, crafts, sharing, and playing games. Sessions are offered in Fall, Spring, and Summer.
Swim Lessons- Swim Lessons at the World War II Memorial Pool are for children ages 3 through 12 years old. Lessons are offered for Pre-K to Level 6. Classes are offered between 9am-12:15pm; most classes meet twice a week.
Soccer- Our Fall Soccer program is for North Attleboro residents in grades Pre-K through 5. Our 8 week soccer program features games on Saturdays and practices once a week. Registration begins in June and the season starts in September and runs through the end of October.
Robotics- Offered for the first time in the Summer & Fall of 2012, this program is for area residents at least 10 years old. Participants will learn robotics basics by building and keeping their own programmable robot.
Field Hockey- Run by NAHS Field Hockey coach Karen Folan, our popular Field Hockey program is for girls in grades 3 through 8. Older grades will have instruction and games. Younger grades will only have instruction. Look to register at the start of the school year, with the season starting shortly after that.
NAMS Intramurals (FALL)
Flag Football- Flag Football is for Middle School Students and takes place on Kelly Field in September and October after School. Games are officiated by high school students and full statistical records are kept and posted in the Middle School. League is run by Mr. Roy. Look for registration at the start of the school year.
Cross Country- NAMS Intramural Cross Country is held after school at the High School grounds; this program includes practices and meets.
Basketball- North Attleboro residents in grades K through 8 are welcome to join our 8 week Basketball program. Games are on Saturdays and practices will be held one night during the week. Registration begins in October and the season begins in the beginning of December.
Ski Trips- Our Friday Night Ski Trips to Wachusett Mountain are for students in grades 5 through 12. Cost of registration at Park & Recreation includes transportation and supervision. Passes, Rentals, and Lesson packages can be purchased through Wachusett Mountain. All skill levels are welcome. Registration begins in October and program begins at the start of January.
NAMS Intramurals (WINTER)-
Basketball- Intramural Basketball is for Middle School Students only. This 4 on 4 program has no coaches, the players are the coaches. This popular program is run by NAMS Physical Education Teacher John Dempsey. Registration takes place in late November; the season starts in December.
Floor Hockey- Intramural Floor Hockey is for Middle School students and takes place in the NAMS Gym after school. Full stats are kept and there are no coaches, the players do the coaching themselves. Floor Hockey is run by NAMS teachers and starts in February.
Year Round Programs
Yoga (Adults)- 10 week class in beginning yoga. Yoga is a great way to learn to relax the body and the mind. Mondays and Thursdays from 6:00-7:15 pm at Mason Field House. You may sign-up for one day a week or two. Sessions run in the Fall, Winter & Spring. Six week sessions runs in the Summer.
Thank you for visiting the North Attleboro Park & Recreation Website. Please remember for the most up to date information on a program and whether or not space is available call the Park & Recreation Office at (508)-699-0145.