Lew-Port PIP® is more than just basketball!
WHAT IS PIP? Performance groups specializing in basketball skills, drills, and tricks.
WHO ARE PIPs? Boys and girls kindergarten through sixth grade.
WHERE ARE PIP GROUPS? PIP is a national organization with groups formed through schools, churches, recreation centers,
city-wide or any other designated group.
WHERE DO PIPs PERFORM? At local basketball games and local events, such as parades and carnivals. Scheduled through the PIP National Office are special events such as play-off games, all-star games, university games, and professional games.
>To create an early interest in basketball and sports
>To encourage the development of ball handling skills
>To improve agility, physical skills, and general fitness
>To stimulate individual work and self-discipline
>TO BUILD SELF-CONFIDENCE
PIP is a program of PRACTICES, PERFORMANCES and CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT.In addition, PIP allows each child the opportunity to perform in front of a crowd and overcome that nervousness (fear) that keeps so many from trying new things.
PIP allows each child to “mess up” and keep going—a valuable lesson!!
PIP allows each child to work at her/his own level and be successfulEvery child in PIP will get a PIP basketball, a IP practice T-shirt and PIP shorts.Ms. Singleton, IEC physical education organizes IEC and PEC students who are interested in joining PIP. In October of each school year information is sent home about the program and its cost. Camps are held in the end of October to teach the students basic training, and they meet weekly for practice.