Calgary Learning Village Collaborative Report to the Community - page 13

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During the 2012/2013 school year:
NUMBER OF CHILDREN THAT
WERE HELPED TO ACCESS
RECREATION OPPORTUNITIES
409
from
218
families
ADDITIONAL FAMILIES
WHERE ONE OR MORE CHILDREN
WERE DIRECTLY REFERRED
OR REGISTERED INTO
RECREATION ACTIVITIES
52
FAMILIES THAT COULD
NOT AFFORD TO REGISTER THEIR
CHILDREN INTO RECREATION
ACTIVITIES
95%
The Recreation Connectors were
able to secure some form of financial
aid or subsidy for almost every child
that needed it.
Few of the children assisted were
participating in sports and recreation
programming before receiving help from
the Recreation Connectors.
AFTER SIX MONTHS THE
NUMBER STILL PARTICIPATING IN
RECREATIONAL SPORTS
UNCOACHED
98%
COACHED
85%
and more than
20%
were still active in
dance, gymnastics and arts programs
CHILDREN ASSISTED FROM
NEWCOMER OR IMMIGRANT
FAMILIES
82%
30%
from African/Caribbean origins
CHILDREN WHO SPOKE PRIMARILY
ENGLISH AT HOME
44%
1...,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 14,15,16,17,18,19,20
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