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OFSAA TRY Day Making A Difference

Apr 30, 2019 | Uncategorized

OFSAA is very proud of the TRY Day grant program which benefits over 140 schools across the province each year. Provided by the Ontario Ministry of Education, the grant enables schools to introduce new activities into their programs. The range of options allowed schools to motivate those students not previously engaged in sport or physical activity by offering fun, inclusive TRY Day programs such as bubble soccer, disc golf, pickleball, table tennis, kin ball, self defence and a vast array of innovative fitness equipment and activiites.

Here’s a great example of the program:

https://www.orilliamatters.com/local-sports/program-funding-helps-twin-lakes-students-try-new-sports-1398105

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