The barriers that are preventing youth from participating in sports and activities are becoming more widespread each and every day.  Below are some recent news articles that highlight some of the challenges that DistrictWON aims to help solve with our school programs like All Access.

Participation in High School Sports Registers First Decline in 30 Years

Participation in high school sports declined in 2018-19 for the first time in 30 years, according to the annual High School Athletics Participation Survey conducted by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS).  Read More

Kids aren't playing enough sports. The culprit? Cost

Youth sports participation is down nationwide. We’re taking a look at the issues — cost, time and travel — and what’s being done to fix this problem.  Read More

Game over: Middle-class and poor kids are ditching youth sports

From Little League to the ubiquitous suburban soccer field, youth sports in the U.S. have long been considered an important part of growing up. But the rising cost of playing sports, coupled with rising economic inequality, is increasingly leading poor and even middle-class families to hang up their cleats.  Read More

Willoughby-Eastlake school levy failure leads to immediate cuts

Middle school and freshman sports have been eliminated and the district will revert to state minimum busing.  Read More


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