The Wall Climbing Gym is a brand new cutting-edge training facility located in South Vista. It is a great place to mix up your workout routine whether you are a seasoned climber or just looking for something fun to do with the family. Aside from climbing, our facility has a separate training area as well as a full yoga studio, locker rooms with showers, and a study lounge with free Wi-Fi.
Throughout the week we offer a variety of group fitness classes for our guests and members as well as personalized training sessions. Whether you are trying to improve your overall fitness or develop the strength you need to take your climbing to the next level this is the place to do it. Come get motivated with our Core Clinic on Tuesday night, or Boot Camp for Climbers on Monday and Wednesday nights. If you are new to climbing and are looking for a place to start, come check out our Intro to Bouldering class that is held on the first and last Saturday of every month.
We also have competitive and non-competitive youth climbing teams. If your kids are interested in giving it a try the first practice is free! Team members are also eligible for independent study PE.
In the coming months we will be hosting birthday parties and summer camps.
Even if you’re not interested in climbing, The Wall Climbing Gym has the only donation based yoga studio in North County San Diego. Our yoga schedule has a wide variety of classes and workshops that offer something new for everyone.
For more information about our facility or class schedule, check out our website below and we look forward to climbing with you soon!
Check out our website: www.thewallclimbinggym.com
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Double Peak School – Parent Informational Meeting #2
The San Marcos Knights Football team remain unbeaten with first victory over Vista since 1975 last Friday night.
The Knights are currently ranked #6 in the UT Prep Football rankings for San Diego County.
READ MORE VIA SAN MARCOS WIN IS ONE FOR HISTORY | UTSanDiego.com.
On Thursday, Nov. 13, the County of San Diego will be hosting a free flu shot clinic in San Marcos from 11 am to 4 pm at the City’s Community Services Main Hall, 3 Civic Center Drive.
The flu clinic will also have shots available for children six months and older and pregnant women. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends influenza “flu” immunizations for all individuals six months of age or older. Vaccinating those who care for infants younger than six months protects not only those individuals, but these young infants as well.
In addition to obtaining the vaccine, residents can take simple, everyday steps that prevent the spread of germs causing respiratory illnesses. San Diego County Health and Human Services recommends washing hands often with soap and water; avoid touching eyes, nose or mouth; trying to avoid close contact will individuals who are ill; and cleaning your workspace routinely.
Flu season in the U.S. typically occurs between December and May of each year.
For more information about seasonal flu, please visit www.cdc.gov/flu.
Letter to the Editor,
The other day I read an editorial by three individuals with 57 years of experience in serving the needs of the community in the past. While we appreciate the service that these individuals have done in the past, San Marcos has moved forward. A new type of leadership is required to help continue to move the district forward into the 21st century.
Stacy Carlson has a strong background in community service. She fought to help protect seniors from predatory lending practices that were encouraged by those in finance, has volunteered for MDA, helps to mentor foster youth and serves on the Proposition K Oversight Committee. Stacy has a strong background in the field of science and technology and runs a successful small business that reflects the future. She will bring these skills and abilities to serve the students of San Marcos Unified and the community of San Marcos.
Pam Lindamood has an exceptional record as a current school board member. She has been a member of the community and involved in San Marcos schools for over 20 years. Her selfless dedication to San Marcos Unified School District, her background in Fine Arts, and her desire to continue to lead SMUSD into a 21st century school district, shows her dedication to our students and schools. Pam Lindamood has shown the proven leadership to continue to improve our community.
Both of these candidates will place the needs of the children and community first in order to facilitate the continued the growth of SMUSD into a vibrant 21st century school district. The teachers of San Marcos Unified, as well as the faculties of CSUSM and Palomar College, strongly support both of these candidates for San Marcos School Board.
As teachers, members of the community, and parents of school age children, we are looking for individuals to represent us, who will show strong leadership in our community, as well as preparing our students for a successful transition into the 21st century. I hope you will join us in voting for Stacy Carlson and Pam Lindamood for San Marcos School Board.
For more information, go to www.Carlson4smusd.com and www.pamlindamood.com
Damon and Janet Gidner
Teachers, SEH Residents, and Parents
Principal’s Coffee This Friday, October 24th – 9:15 to 10:30 a.m.
Please join Principal Steven Baum for a cup of coffee and an informal meeting. Mr Baum will provide a brief update on our new school and then be available to answer question. This informal setting is a wonderful way to support our local businesses, get to know Mr Baum, and meet the parents that will be attending Double Peak School.
October 24 – Old Cal Coffee House (1080 W San Marcos Blvd, San Marcos, CA 92078)
November 7 – Old Cal Coffee House
November 14 – Cafe Stoked
December 12 – Cafe Stoked
The County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency is asking for help in identifying anyone who may have been exposed to a rabid bat discovered by five children under a tree in an outdoor courtyard at Civic Center Plaza, 141 North Twin Oaks Valley Road on Saturday, Oct. 18.
County health officials are urging anyone who had come in contact with the bat or can identify persons who had come in contact with the animal to contact the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency as soon as possible at (619) 692-8499.
If you did not have direct contact with the bat, you are not at risk for rabies.
For more information, please visit http://www.countynewscenter.com/news/children-potentially-exposed-rabies-san-marcos