Higher Spirits Kickball League

Organization Sponsor: Lakeland District for Sport, Culture & Recreation


Program Description

This after school registration program is offered to the Gr. 3 & 4 classes of each of the 10 community schools from Monday to Thursday during May & June. The schools all play outside on a host school’s ball diamond against each other in this fun league. The kids learn the rules of the game, code of conduct, teamwork and gain confidence during play. A nutrition component taught by the PAPHR Food For Thought Nutritionist is included for each of the schools involved in this league.

Kickball is a playground game and competitive league game, similar to baseball, invented in the United States in the first half of the 20th Century. Kickball may also be known as kick baseball, base soccer, soccer-base, or soccer-baseball. It is essentially baseball where players kick the ball to bat it instead of using bats (this makes it more accessible to younger ones).

Strategies For Sustainability: 

ey Partnerships in the following programs exists between:
- Lakeland District Urban Youth Sport Initiative
-8 Prince Albert Community Schools, WJ Berezowsky School & Muskoday First Nation Community School
-Community School Coordinators, Educational Assistants, Recreation Workers & Parent Volunteers
- Prince Albert Share-A-Meal Food Bank
- Prince Albert Northern Bus Lines
-Prince Albert Parkland Health Region (PAPHR) Food For Thought School Nutritionist
-City of Prince Albert (through facilities and Community Grant Program/ Urban Aboriginal Community Grant Program)
- Wesmor Community High School – Leadership/Mentorship Program

Key Elements Towards Success: 

The Lakeland District for Sport, Culture & Recreation offers Urban Youth Sport Programs which aim to reduce the barriers of transportation, nutrition, equipment and facilities while providing an introduction to a recreational sport experience for all youth participants. If you are a coach, volunteer or facilities manager and would like to run a specific sport program in Prince Albert for Urban Youth with a financial disadvantage

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