BrightSTARS -- Tennis for Me! at Agnor-Hurt Elementary
BrightSTARS - Tennis for Me! kicked off on October 10, 2017 at Agnor-Hurt Elementary School in Albemarle County. Agnor-Hurt currently has ~575 kids in Pre-K through 5th grade. Agnor-Hurt is in the urban ring growth area of Albemarle County. More than 55% of Agnor-Hurt students qualify for the federal free or reduced lunch program. A total of 23 different languages are spoken at the school. There are two Virginia Preschool Initiative classrooms, each with 18 students. For the inaugural year, we are working with Debbie Stollings' class. Ms. Stollings is assisted by Andrea Gray. Equipment for BrightSTARS at Agnor-Hurt was made possible by a grant from the Party Parade Fund.
Session #1 -- Warm up, Pass the Puffer Ball and Pop Volleys, WHY do tennis players eat bananas?, WHY do tennis player eat apples? cards, Go Bananas! bracelets, red delicious apples from Carter Mountain Orchard and a warm fall morning!
QCV Board member Barbara Bozsik helps with Puffer Ball Pass and so does T.A. Andrea Gray
Instead of 30 minutes, we stayed 60 and didn't wear them out.
Stop Sign/Pop Volleys with Barbara, Andrea and PreK teacher Debbie Stollings
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