Junior Coach Impact Story

  1. Updates

Meet Gabriel Agosto, 4th grader at Taylor Elementary School

My favorite part of being a Junior Coach is helping the other grades at recess.

I also enjoy helping Coach Sean because sometimes I notice he has rough times at recess.  I enjoy helping him on his good and bad days. Coach Sean is a fun guy! I am most excited about helping my brother become a Junior Coach. My little brother looks up to me so I want to be a good role model for him. I also want to help the kindergarten kids learn how to behave and play safe in the real world. Some tips I would give my brother to be a Junior Coach are to respect other children, to be a helper, don’t listen to the haters and stay focused. If Coach Sean is here in the future, try your best to respect him, respect your own life, don’t be a follower and be a positive person.

More Updates

March 18, 2024

Embracing the Power of Play: The School District of Philadelphia Recognized as a Blue Shirt District ›

In celebration of play’s transformative influence on children’s physical, social, and emotional well-being, Playworks recently had the pleasure of honoring The School District of Philadelphia (SDP) as a distinguished “Blue…

January 24, 2024

Indoor Recess Transition Plan ›

From snow and cold to rain, smog, and everything in between, weather can throw a wrench in your outdoor recess plans. When inclement weather strikes, transitioning to indoor play can…

December 18, 2023

Playworks recognized as a NYSS Champion ›

Playworks becomes an NYSS Champion Playworks is pleased to be recognized by the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (ODPHP) within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services…