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"We played at the Bankshot today. All the children had a great time - not just the 'sporty' ones! The teachers were commenting how good it was that so many kids could play at the same time. Thanks!!"Helen Cordova / Kindergarten Assistant - Signal Hill Elementary
I have just been informed that a playground representative in Houston, TX. Who had not previously heard about Bankshot was by coincidence informed by her client that they had spaced in Bankshot Basketball. She said she probably would not have given Bankshot a second thought without first having heard of it through a client.
I am quite certain this was from Leigh Walden of Fun Abounds in Sugarland, Thank you!
A level and fun playing field . . . isn’t that what we all strive for? Bankshot Basketball Court has contributed to that at Signal Hill Elementary, the only public school on the East Coast to have the unique basketball court that many have compared to a miniature golf course of basketball goals. The game’s brilliant design entices children and adults of all ages and physical ability to try their hand. The beauty of it is that everyone can play side-by-side, regardless if they can run or roll onto the court in a wheelchair.By Jennifer Shephard / PTA Chair, Signal Hill Elementary School
I first saw a Bankshot Basketball Court at a municipal park in our hometown of Manassas, Virginia. I was intrigued by the court filled with approximately 15 basketball goals of varying heights with decorative bankboards of varying size, shape and color. Furthermore, I was amazed at the range in age of children playing on the court. Groups of participants varying in age and ability were having fun and being active. At that time, I was half way through a two-year term as president of the Parent Teacher Association at my sons’ elementary school. We had just completed the first phase of a playground expansion to provide suitable equipment to engage our upper grade students grade 3-5. When I saw the Bankshot Court and the way the children, including my own, flocked to play, I knew it would make a great addition to our school playground.
Our school serves students with varying physical and mental abilities. The Bankshot Basketball Court has been a tremendous way to engage all the students in fun, non-aggressive physical activities. Plus, as a mother, I like the fact that while the children are having fun and getting exercise, they are also using their math minds to figure out the best angle to bank the shot!
We have 19 station system with 3 Dunkshots. It has been fantastic both physically and mentally. It really gives our kids and staff a sense of accomplishment. As we deal deaf, blind and special needs children, we always try to interest them. Bankshot Basketball has been one of our missing links to our school. The equality that this game has given to our wonderful children has been an inspiration to all that has been involved. Our system is being used by all of our 700 students, plus many outside groups in our community. What a great thinkers game.Joe Shakar / Recreation Manager – Special Needs Department
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"We played at the Bankshot today. All the children had a great time - not just the 'sporty' ones! The teachers were commenting how good it was that so many kids could play at the same time. Thanks!!"Helen Cordova