OGC DASH is an after school program for Tecumseh Local School District students and provides activities and mentoring for kids that may not play sports or just don't have anything to do. The DASH moniker was inspired by THE DASH POEM written by Linda Ellis
Community Program- 8 Week Sessions Centershot Ministries Curriculum
NASP & Centershot Ministries Certified Instructors in Range Safety, Shooting Fundamentals, & Equipment Repair
Equipment for participants are provided. The Community Program is a feeder program for competition archery.
OGC ARROWS is a Competitive Club Program,
Participant must pay to play in tournaments, competitions, uniforms, & personal equipment
OGC Martial Arts is sponsored by Tae Ryu Do International. The Community Martial Arts program offers a free 4 week trial session that feeds into the competitive martial arts program. Instructor Stephen McCall has participated and taught martial arts for nearly 50 years.
Students interested in trying martial arts are encouraged to participate in the community version before paying a fee to participate in the competitive club version. The competitive version fees will cover uniform, instruction manual, and belt testing fees. Tournaments and competitions are additional fees
OGC DASH BUSINESS will be led by a group of Tecumseh High School students. They will have direct involvement on the operations of all OGC DASH programs
Chair: Daymoni Clark
Vice Chair: Ava Moore
Secretary: Izzy Johnson
Treasurer: Sophia Jamison
Peer-to-Peer Director: Izzy Wilder
Social Media Director: Melanie Hill
The committee positions and operations positions will be considered internships.
Peer-to Peer is focused on giving back by building relationships, providing guidance and leadership, keeping participants focused on the Mission of OGC DASH, promoting collaborators, and being a liaison between participants and OGC DASH Committee.
Additional OGC DASH After School Programs include
Arts & Crafts
Business & Finance
All of OGC DASH AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS has a mentoring element that teaches kids to learn who they are , where they are going, and how they will get there. OGC collaborative Family & Youth Initiatives provides trained and background checked staff and mentors to work with kids throughout Clark County in schools and in the Juvenile Detention Center. Family & Youth Initiatives mission is to 'Empower Families, Providing Hope. Caring adults interested in volunteering as a mentor may visit FYI online and learn about all of their programs.