Monday Team Rosters-

Day 1-  
Practice (supervisor will assign field)

Day 2-

Day 3-
Practice/Scrimmage with team on your field

Day 4- 
West Field- Team 1 vs Team 3
East Field- Team 2 vs Team 4

Day 5-
West Field- Team 2 vs Team 3
East Field- Team 1 vs Team 4

Coaches Meeting Sample Agenda- click here
Coaches Job Description- click here
Practice Plans- click here 

"Beginners" Flag Football for Ages 3-4

Registration starts March 23, 2015 at 7pm online!
Coaches Meeting is TBD.
Deadline is September 1 at 7pm. Late Fee of $5 will be assessed to each late registration.


Mondays, September 7 - October 5, 2015 (5 times)


Mondays from-
Session 1:  5:15pm - 6:00pm
Session 2:  6:00pm - 6:45pm


Boys and Girls Ages 3-4 (Must be this age at the time of the program start date.)

Cost: Residents (Those Living in the DCG School District or have a Grimes/Dallas Center address)- $30 per child

Non-Residents- $40 per child

*PLUS- Red/White jerseys are $15 extra if you don't already have one.  Anything red/white will work for this program.
Location: Lions Park Flag Football Fields (Located north of Kum & Go on Hwy 44)
Registration: Click here to Register Online OR Stop in to the Grimes Community Complex (410 SE Main St.) or Mail to 410 SE Main St. in Grimes, Ia 50111

NEW in 2015! No player requests will be granted to be on the same team unless the parents are coaching together (2 coaches per team).  Please indicate this during registration.  Players will also not be allowed to play up a grade unless they have been approved by the Parks and Rec to do so.  Requests and approval must be received to do this before registering your child.
Instructor: Parent Volunteers will lead the different teams this year similar to our Bam Bam Baseball and Tiny Kickers Soccer programs.  A Coaches Meeting will be held after the deadline.

Volunteer Head Coaches who are selected, will be given a $10 credit to the account at the end of the season.
Contact: Brett Barber
Grimes Parks and Recreation Director or 515-986-2143

This program introduces the skills and rules needed to play football. The participants move through drills with their parents working on passing/receiving, running, defense, and blocking.  The "Head Coach" leads their team through practices. Each child must have a “coaching” parent present though that is willing to go through each drill throughout the clinic. Kids progress at their own pace. Equipment used is a nerf football, cones, and flags that remain at the park.  Kids should wear weather appropriate clothing and can bring a water bottle.