Metro Tae Kwon Do is a non-commercial program offered to students ages 6-18 through the Red Morton Community Center in Redwood City, CA. The program aim is to incorporate both the traditional art along with the modern sport, while creating a fun and challenging learning environment. Skills that are specific to Tae Kwon Do are taught along with movements that are essential to all athletics. Students learn respect, discipline, and a positive attitude towards learning. The result is a stronger body and greater self-esteem.
The instructor, Debra Kadner, is a fifth degree black belt under the World Tae Kwon Do Federation (WTF). Since 1992, she has taught at private studios, for collegiate programs, and at elementary schools in both New York and California. Debra has trained extensively under Master Han Don Cho, head instructor of C.W. Tae Kwon Do and the nationally ranked Cornell University team, and Master Wook Sang Roh, former member of the Korean National Tae Kwon Do team. In 1997, she began teaching at the Redwood City Community Center and formally established Metro Tae Kwon Do.