Q: I missed the online signup, is there sign up on the day of the meet? A: Yes, although we cannot guarantee that we will have jerseys left, and our lunch quantities are limited, so plan on bringing your own lunch, but we would love to have your athlete join us. Q: When is the registration deadline? A: We will be placing our final t-shirt order on April 26th, so if you would like to guarantee a shirt, that is the deadline. We WILL take registrations online up to May 2nd, and then we will even take walk-ups on the morning of the 4th. Q: How young is "PreK"? Can three-year olds participate? A: If you want to sign up your three-year old, we'll work with them. For the Mini Meet, ALL Pre-K kids will compete against one another, so the 3-year olds may be up against some 5-year olds. Q: Do I send the money to the school or pay on the day of? A: Either one is fine. We will be taking money at the high school office, or you may also pay the day of the clinic/mini meet. Q. Will my child be able to do the hurdles? A. We have different hurdle heights which should be age appropriate, ranging from 8" for the youngest athletes up to the IESA height of 30" for the 5th and 6th graders. Q: Can my child participate in the meet but not attend the clinic (we have a soccer game that morning)? A. Certainly! Q. What is a "power bowl"? A. We got the idea from Shalane Flanagan and Elyse Kopecky's athlete-focused cookbook "Run Fast, Cook Fast, Eat Slow". It is a four-part bowl- a base (greens, rice, noodles, etc), a vegetable, a protein, and a sauce. Kids will be able to pick what they want for each part. Below are the suggestions from the cookbook, our options on Camp Day will be similar.