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USTA School In-Service

March 8, 2011 08:18 PM
 School In-service
The Wisconsin Tennis Association in partnership with the USTA Midwest Section sponsored the USTA School Tennis In-Service on Friday, March 4.  Held at Center Court Tennis Club in Fond du Lac, the in-service brought 28 physical education instructors representing Wisconsin schools to participate and be trained in the health, wellness and skills of tennis in the PE curriculum.  In addition to the training, all participating schools received an equipment package including racquets, foam balls, one mini portable net, a curriculum guide and a USTA Organizational membership.
USTA School Tennis has brought the joy of tennis to millions of students in schools across the United States since 1985.  The USTA is dedicated to support and teach youth the sport of tennis, to gain self confidence, and to learn sportsmanship and the habits of an active, healthy lifestyle.
Special thanks to Rick Vetter, USPTA professional, who conducted the training session with skill, passion, professionalism and fun.  Thanks as well to John Frausto for hosting the event at Center Court.  And most importantly, thanks to all the teachers and schools for your commitment to bringing the sport of tennis to your youth, your schools and your communities.