2018 TennisWorks Review
737 unique youth
946 total registrations
5,181 total experiences
100 hours of off-court SEL programming and 280 hours of tennis/physical activity programming.
Note: These numbers only reflect participants who engaged with us on multiple occasions in programming and does not include youth who came to one event.
120 total registrations for after-school programming in 2018.
55% of the students in the Fall 2018 session were return participants, including 68% at Andersen United Community School.
At Andersen Community School, 97% of tennis students attended at least 30 days of after-school programming in 2017-18, compared to only 70% of their peers.
63% of all after-school participants received an award for perfect or near perfect attendance in the fall session.
12 after-school participants also have a sibling in the same after-school program!
We received nine scholarships for Tennis and Life Camps, and we also had nine after-school participants attend Fort Summer Camp on scholarship with free transportation provided each way for these opportunities.
The Youth Leadership Team / Youth Advisory Board is being expanded and new members were introduced at a holiday party on December 21 that also had 3 alumni in attendance.
We piloted new communication strategies with the introduction of the Remind texting service to translate messages into home languages and hired a family liaison for the summer who was also a native Spanish speaker.
We received national recognition as an Aspen Institute Project Play Champion!
Ryan Berkas started in September as our new Curriculum and Evaluation Coordinator