ACT-i-Pass

ACT-i-Pass

Active Kids…
...are less likely to develop heart disease and other chronic diseases.
...have greater self-esteem and more positive attitudes.
...are more likely to do well in school and make friends more easily.
...feel confident and ready to take on life’s challenges.

Details

4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Mondays to Fridays

September 2018 to June 2019
Ages: Grade 5

When pass holders arrive simply show your pass at the sign in desk where they will record your pass number and register as a Drop-in Visitor, all drop-in fees are waived for pass holder and guest.

Participate!

Join in the after-school programs
  • Creative arts
  • Digital Arts
  • Nutrition programs
  • Physical activities
  • Social activities
  • Sports
  • Swimming
  • Variety of clubs

Facts

There is no cost involved to Act-i-Pass users. Grade 5 students are provided the opportunity to sign up for the program through their schools. Parents must sign their child up for the program in order for students to get their pass.

Transportation is not included. Programs have been provided around London so that participants can access programs that are closest to them!

Lost Pass?

To receive a replacement card, please contact:
Western University
519-661-2111 x 82619
playeveryday@uwo.ca

More Information

For general information
Please visit
http://theheal.ca/projects/the-child-youth-networks-act-i-pass-project/
Students and parents are encouraged to contact service providers directly if they have specific questions about programs offered.

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London’s Child & Youth Network (CYN), with their partners from the YMCA of London, Boys & Girls Club of London, City of London Parks & Recreation, & Spectrum Programs, is happy to offer the ACT-i-Pass to Grade 5 students in the City of London for the entire school year. 

By using the pass, Grade 5 students (plus 1) will have FREE access to indoor sports, skating, swimming, rounds of golf and other activities. 

The Grade 5 cohort has been chosen as research shows that physical activity begins to decrease in children as early as the age of 9 years. If Grade 5 students will be given a chance at better health, longer lives, less illness, reduced screen time, and more play!

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