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2010 The First Tee of SF Highlights Presentation Transcript

  • 1. 2010 Highlights
  • 2. First Tee In Schools Program
    Exposed 5,000 SFUSD fifth graders to golf as part of their physical education classes
    Began with 15 schools and will expand to all 30 for 2010/2011 school year
  • 3. In School Shuttle to Visitacion Valley
    Transported via bus shuttle 500 students to Visitacion Valley facility
    Classes were part of students’ PE and leadership curriculum
    They were incorporated into students’ school day
  • 4. Harding Park Classes
    Taught over 1000 students during Spring, Summer, and Fall classes at Harding Park
    Classes were held after school and weekends during Spring and Fall
    During Summer, we taught 5 classes a day as well as camps.
  • 5. Future Foursome +8
    Provided daily golf tutoring and life skills instruction to 12 men from Bayview/Hunter’s Point
    Experiences ranged from field trips to the U.S. Open, playing the Cliffs Course at Olympic and private instruction from Lake Merced golf staff
  • 6. Visitacion Valley Golf Team
    In just 8 months, 12 students were golf course ready
    Spent Tuesdays and Thursdays playing Gleneagles
    Integrated into our Harding Park programming
    Ended summer by playing Cliffs Course and representing our chapter in Ryder Cup competitions
  • 7. The Cliffs Course
    For 3 consecutive weeks, 27 students experienced the Cliffs Course playing with a board member.
    In the words of student Terek Turner, “this course is much harder than Fleming.”
  • 8. Impacted Visitacion Valley
    Significant reduction in suspension and behavioral issues
    More consistent attendance
    Teachers noticed significant behavioral changes with respect to core values
  • 9. Impact Overall
    8% of active students have achieved our highest life skills designation and can shoot 55 or better for 9 holes
    32 of our students can shoot 90 or less and have mastered goal setting and conflict resolution skills
    We have taught 3500 children self-management life skills and golf.
  • 10. Thank you for your interest in The First Tee of San Francisco!
    -The First Tee of San Francisco