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Wholesome Development Demands Sports

Children thrive when every facet of their life functions well; in sync with all his or her parts, fulfilling its allocated duty to the whole person, and, in the process, allowing others to do the same. Many parents want their children to grow well; to become good citizens, and live happily. That is why we have deployed diverse programing for our community; click here to visit our spelling be program site. A sizable percent of these parents focus fully on academics. The other percent,  unfortunately, perhaps in the hopes of securing sports scholarships later on, stress physical education at the expense of academics. A well adjusted person must strike a balance. As one thinker wrote a long time ago, virtue lies somewhere in the middle; always.


Sports, at least good sports, is an expensive enterprise in the United States. Many low income families try to, not only pay for their children's participation in organized sports, they also do their best to be available, only to fail half wa…
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Forging Local Partnerships

I have told you before, that we are in contact with the Local YMCA (the North Suburban YMCA) to see whether we can come to a working relationship, most specifically, through a group membership. This will be of great help as the YMCA has great resources, throughout the year, in many towns. 
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March 7 2019 Dear Ms. Gibbons,
On behalf of the Intercontinental Science Foundation, I am reaching out to you seeking to reach a partnership that would be of mutual gain, to the YMCA and the community we serve. ISF Inc is an organization that harnesses education to empower communities in communities that need a push, through knowledge generation, transfer, and application of knowledge. We actively seek to create a culture, and a community of active inquirers, that is appreciative of pertinent interaction between natural sciences, technology, and human agency. Sports is one such agency yet many communities, and sub communities struggle to involve their c…

Sports Matters

Children thrive when every facet of their life functions well; in sync with all his or her parts, fulfilling its allocated duty to the whole person, and, in the process, allowing others to do the same. Many parents want their children to grow well; to become good citizens, and live happily. A sizable percent of these parents focus fully on academics. The other percent,  unfortunately, perhaps in the hopes of securing sports scholarships later on, stress physical education at the expense of academics. A well adjusted person must strike a balance. As one thinker wrote a long time ago, virtue lies somewhere in the middle; always.


Sports, at least good sports, is an expensive enterprise in the United States. Many low income families try to, not only pay for their children's participation in organized sports, they also do their best to be available, only to fail half way either through lack of funds, or time to port the young busy bodies, to and from games.
The Intercontinental Scien…