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Tennis in Schools

Whether your child is picking up a tennis racquet for the first time or looking to continue their passion for the sport, there are plenty of play opportunities.

 

From elementary to high school, tennis can be played at any age and is open to all levels of play. Youngsters can ask their teachers about how they can start playing in their PE class or whether there are after-school programs they can join.

 

Outside of the classroom, there are various other opportunities for elementary- and high school-aged children, both competitive and non-competitive tracks are available depending on the ability and needs of the individual player.

 

Tennis is more than a sport. In addition to encouraging physical fitness and healthy living, it teaches important life skills like being responsible, gaining independence, self-confidence, treating others with respect, fairness and problem solving.

 

Net Generation in Schools
Physical Education Teacher Registration

Are you a K-12 PE teacher interested in receiving a free equipment bag and curricula to teach tennis? Here is your opportunity -  join Net Generation and become an approved Net Generation PE Tennis provider.

 

Registration is free and easy!

 

  • Click here to become an approved Net Generation provider. 
  • Click here for help on how to register.

 

PE teachers do not need to complete the NCSI background check or Safe Sport Compliance videos.  Please be sure to complete your registration by adding your school program into the program management center. Once completed, you will need to complete one additional form, the “Net Generation School Partnership” document, found here. Complete the “School/District” portion of the document and email to Sarah Stanchin sarah@midwest.usta.com or 317-440-6248.

Once these steps are completed, the curricula and equipment bag will be shipped to your school address.

 

Equipment includes the following: roller equipment bag, (18) red balls, (18) red foam balls, (2) barrier tapes, chalk and curricula ($600 value total).

 

Net Generation School Workshops

In addition to offering free equipment bags, the Net Generation School program also offers free K-12 PE Teacher workshops. To learn more about the Net Generation School program and to schedule a workshop, contact Sarah Stanchin at Sarah Stanchin sarah@midwest.usta.com or 317-440-6248.

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