Pure Game Kicks Off 10-Week In-Person Program in Stanton

Pure Game, in partnership with the Stanton Family Community Center and Dick’s Sporting Goods, kicked off a 10-week, in-person program in said community center. The program is open for up to 18 participants, and all students and staff are required to follow all health and safety protocols, including physical distancing regulations.

Pure Game’s own Field Champion Mentor, Octavio Valente, runs the program every Tuesday and Thursday, hosting socially distance activities in a safe environment, while gaining Social and Emotional Learning skills. This one-of-a-kind program helps kids stay active as kids in our communities’ transition into hybrid schooling. With the need to get outdoors still existing, Pure Game’s program permits kids to stay connected with their peers, while taking care of their mental and physical health.

Check out a few photos from the program, so far:


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