Circle of Discipline's mission is to...
provide youth and young adults with alternative programs and enrichment activities that address their physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual needs—360 degrees of balance, which empowers them to reach their full potential and become positive leaders in their communities, cities, state, and in a global society.
Reinforce students' academic progress, pride in learning, pride in their heritage and communities, and to enhance each student's potential to graduate from high school, go to college and become active, contributing leaders of their local and global communities as thriving adults.
Encourage healthy living through exercise, nutrition, positive sleeping habits, and a safe alcohol, drug and tobacco‐free lifestyle, which students, their families and communities need to reach their full potential.
2nd Annual GET FIT CHALLENGE!
This exciting challenge takes place on Saturday, August 6th at 9am with Registration beginning at 8am.
You may also register online by click the link below or just bring your form with you the day of the event. $25 to enter and you will receive a T-shirt, Swag and post challenge food! 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place for each challenge will win fun prizes! The Honorable Dianna Spiess Warrior Award will be given to the contender that endures to the end of the Heavy Bag Challenge, along with some major bragging rights! This event includes walking, running, strength training and heavy bag work. Come One, Come All, Whatever your condition! Call 651-278-9578 or 612-721-1549 for more information.
SUPPORT OUR PROGRAMS! and DONATE to the Circle Of Discipline.DONATE TODAY!
For Donations By Mail, please send to the following address:
Eriksen & Fromm, P.A. Professional 100 Building | 1405 N. Lilac Drive-Suite 112 | Golden Valley, MN 55422-4528
More About The Circle Of Discipline
Circle of Discipline, Inc. founded in 1993 by Mr. Sankara Frazier.
Born and raised in South Minneapolis, Sankara witnessed the deterioration of Minneapolis communities and families and began volunteering as an amateur boxing coach in metro area gyms in an effort to give back to the community. Realizing that coaching was simply not enough to truly help the young adults living in poverty-stricken communities plagued with violence, crime, substance abuse, prostitution, and much, much more, he formed the Circle Of Discipline...
Greetings. This letter is in support of the Circle of Discipline. The Circle of Discipline is a community health facility that has helped countless youth and adults throughout the Twin Cities metro through healthy living programs, afterschool activities, mentorships, and volunteering. Countless young people including myself have taken part in these programs spreading positive messages throughout the community...