News and Events:
The 2015-16 school year has begun! Please help students remember their uniform and chore list everyday. Please leave student uniforms and belts in their lockers until Friday, and wash the uniforms over the weekend.
Please remember to call or e-mail if your afterschool student will not be attending karate that day; we consider your child missing until we hear from you.
Advanced-White through Advanced-Red: September 18th @ 6:00pm
Advanced-White through Advanced-Yellow: Unannounced
Student of the Month:
September's Student of the Month is Kaiden Collins. Kaiden is a White-Black Belt and has been attending karate for 5 years. He is 11 years old and goes to Woodgate Intermediate School. His favorite color is neon blue, and when he grows up he wants to be a Chemical Engineer.
Parents, please double check that your child's initials are printed on all of their belongings (uniforms, Bakido T-shirt, school clothing, etc). We have several clothing items in the lost-and-found with no initials, so please check to see if your child has misplaced any items. Also, if your child does not have a lock for their locker, please provide a combination lock as soon as possible for security purposes (key locks are discouraged in case the lose both keys).
Orianna Merkel - September 12th
Mikayla Collins - September 13th
Central Texas Family Karate offers evening classes for adults and children (ages 5 and up) and an award winning after school program for grades K-8. Classes for adults as well as children are conducted in our 12,000 square foot air conditioned facility by qualified and trained martial arts instructors, who are also trained to teach safety, first aid, and CPR courses, and who are well trained in child care development.
We have a spacious facility located strategically in Hewitt, TX. We invite you to come by and meet us, to learn more about our instructors and programs. We have been serving the youth of Texas for over 23 years. Feel free to contact us if you need additional information about our services.
As a martial artist, I will respect my family and my home.
I will endeavor to bring honor to my art.
I will pursue my education to the best of my ability, with integrity and respect for my parents, teachers and my fellow man.
I understand that violence is weakness and that compassion is strength.
Michael J. Bainton, PhD © 1993