Program Information Note on Costs: Cost for first year players (those participating in the 5th Grade Program and those new to the Raiders Program at other grade levels) is $350, which includes a uniform, personalized shooting shirt, and bag. If your child remains in the Raider Program, he or she will be able to use their uniform in future years, lowering the annual cost after year 1, to $225. Replacement parts for returnees can be purchased "a la carte". Payment is due on November 15th. Please reach out to TJ McMahon at firstname.lastname@example.org or (708) 601-3509 if you would like to make alternative payment arrangements including scholarships.
_________________________________________________________ Note About Using the Glen Crest School Gym
For the teams that are using Glen Crest gyms here are the procedures for coming and going: When using the lower gym, please enter through the lower double doors next to door #4. These doors are around the south east backside of Glen Crest around the corner from where the maintenance building is. Drop off and pick up should be in the lower parking area. Turning off the lights is not necessary - they are motion activated. The custodial staff should have the doors open for us on the nights we practice. If you run into trouble with locked doors then go to the main doors and try and find the custodial staff. If you can't find them call TJ at (708) 601-3509 and he will try to get the doors opened for you.
On days you use the upper gym, please enter and leave through the Front Doors.
Please make sure to leave the gym's clean and that the kids are respectful to the staff. Please don't shoot around after practice for another 30 minutes as the staff will probably be leaving shortly after we depart.
The Glen Ellyn Raiders Basketball Program is a 5th Grade through 8th Grade boys and girls community feeder basketball program, supporting those student-athletes who will attend Glenbard South High School. The mission of the program is to teach fundamental and advanced basketball skills, in an environment emphasizing sportsmanship, teamwork, discipline, and fair play. It is the program’s desire to offer a competitive basketball experience, teaching these important values through a strong network of community volunteers, including coaches, parents, and basketball fans.