76ers Math Hoops

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76ers Math Hoops, presented by TD Charitable Foundation

76ers Math Hoops, presented by TD Charitable Foundation is an exciting, fast-paced, basketball-themed board game and curriculum that teaches students fundamental life skills such as sportsmanship, teamwork and problem-solving while also fostering their math literacy and appreciation skills. Students have the opportunity to “draft” their favorite Sixers and other NBA and WNBA players while improving not only their math skills and understanding of statistics, but also their ability to collaborate more effectively with their peers.

More than 1,300 students participated in 76ers Math Hoops across Philadelphia and Camden during the 2017-2018 academic year.

76ers Math Hoops Program Partners

Learn Fresh Education Company
Philadelphia Higher Education Network for Neighborhood Development (University of Pennsylvania)
Board Member of note: Dr. Howard C. Stevenson, University of Pennsylvania

2018-19 76ers Math Hoops Sites

Pennsylvania

After School All Stars – Vare Elementary
1198 S 5th St, Philadelphia, PA 19147
Boys & Girls Club Philadelphia
4800 Whitaker Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19120
Boys & Girls Club Philadelphia
5300 Ditman Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19146
Boys and Girls Club Philadelphia
4001 N. Clarissa St, Philadelphia, PA 19137
Boys Latin of Philadelphia Charter School
344 N Felton St, Philadelphia, PA 19139
Bridesburg Boys & Girls Club of Philadelphia
2901 Bridge St, Philadelphia, PA 19137
Cambodian Association of Greater Philadelphia
2416 S. 7th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19148
Comegys Elementary School
5100 Greenway Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19143
Cook Wissahickon School
201 E. Salaignac St, Philadelphia, PA 19128
Delaplaine McDaniel School
1801 S 22nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19145
Eliza B. Kirkbride School
1501 S. 7th St, Philadelphia, PA 19147
Ethan Allen School
6329 Battersby St, Philadelphia, PA 19149
Franklin S. Edmonds Elementary School
8025 Thouron Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19150
Francis D. Pastorius Mastery Charter School
5650 Sprague St, Philadelphia, PA 19138
Germantown Boys & Girls Club
25 W. Penn St, Philadelphia, PA 19144
Grover Washington Jr. Middle School
201 E. Olney Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19120
H & S Learning Center
1530 N. 11th St., Philadelphia, PA 19122
Hardy Williams Mastery Charter
5400 Warrington Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19143
Henry H. Houston School
7300 Rural Ln., Philadelphia, PA 19119
Kipp Philadelphia Preparatory Academy
2539 N 16th St, Philadelphia, PA 19132
Mayfair Elementary
3001 Princeton Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19149
McDaniel Elementary
1801 S. 22nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19143
Temple University After School
310 Claremont Rd, Philadelphia, PA 19120
Morton McMichael Elementary School
3543 Fairmount Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19104
Northeast Frankford Boys & Girls Of Philadelphia
1709 Kinsey St, Philadelphia, PA 19124
Norwood Fontbonne Academy
2050 Williamsburg Rd, Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006
Philly Tutors
2931 Poplar St., Philadelphia, PA 19130
Philadelphia Police Athletic League
3225 Reed St, Philadelphia, PA 19146
Philadelphia Police Athletic League
3068 Belgrade St, Philadelphia, PA 19134
Potter-Thomas Elementary School
3001 N. 6th St, Philadelphia, PA 19133
Richmond Elementary School
2944 Belgrade St, Philadelphia, PA 19134
Roosevelt Elementary School
430 Washington Ln, Philadelphia, PA 19144
Southwark School
1835 S 9th St, Philadelphia, PA 19148
U School
2000 N. 7th St, Philadelphia, PA 19122
Universal Daroff Charter School
5630 Vive St, Philadelphia, PA 19139
Walnut Street Elementary
224 S. 6th St, Darby, PA 19023
Warren G Harding Middle School
2000 Wakeling St, Philadelphia, PA 19124
Wayne Avenue Boys and Girls Club
4223 Wayne Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19140
William M. Meredith School
725 S. 5th St, Philadelphia, PA 19147
Wissahickon Boys and Girls Club
328 W. Coulter St, Philadelphia, PA 19144
Zhang Sah Martial Arts
6110 Wissahickon Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19144

New Jersey

KIPP BOLD Academy
229 18th Ave, Newark, NJ 07108
Burlington Township Middle School
1600 Burlington Bypass, Burlington, NJ 08016
CBPLAMS
1875 Park Blvd, Camden, NJ 08105
Charter Camden
879 Biederman Ave, Camden, NJ 08102
Clayton School District/21CCLC
55 Pop Kramer Blvd, Clayton, NJ 08312
Rutgers-Camden IGNITE at Cooper’s Poynt
201 State St, Camden, NJ 08102
Cramer School
800 Mickle St., Camden, NJ 08105
Forest Hill Elementary
1625 Wildwood Ave, Camden, NJ 08051
Kroc Kids After School Program
1865 Harrison Ave, Camden, NJ 08105
Leap Academy Charter School
532 Cooper St, Camden, NJ 08102
Leap Academy University Charter
549 Cooper St, Camden, NJ 08102
Mastery Charter Cramer Hill Upper
1001 N. 17th St, Camden, NJ 08105
Molina / After school All Stars
601 Vine St, Camden, NJ 08102
Newgrange School
526 S. Olden Ave, Hamilton, NJ 08629
Rutgers-Camden IGNITE at Thomas H. Dudley
2250 Berwick St, Camden, NJ 08105
US Wiggins Elementary School
400 Mt Vernon St, Camden, NJ 08103
YMCA Newark Vicinity
600 Broad St, Newark, NJ 07102

Delaware

Boys and Girls Club at Shortlidge Academy
100 W. 18th St, Wilmington, DE 19802
Gauger Cobbs Middle School
50 Gender Rd, Newark, DE 19711
Kathleen H. Wilbur Elementary School
4050 Wrangle Hill Rd, Bear, DE 19701
North East Middle School
118 Darwin Dr, Newark, DE 19711

Events

  • More than 120 students entered, but only two left champions of the 2019 76ers Math Hoops Tournament, presented by TD Charitable Foundation. On Jan. 30, students from across Philadelphia, Camden, Wilmington and the surrounding areas descended upon the 76ers Training Complex for the third annual 76ers Math Hoops Tournament, presented by TD Charitable Foundation....

  • Last week, more than 100 local educators flocked to the Philadelphia 76ers Business Offices in Camden, NJ to participate in the 2018-19 76ers Math Hoops Training, presented by TD Charitable Foundation. Over the course of four days and five training sessions led by program implementation......

  • The Sixers Youth Foundation recently celebrated Gianni Steele and Miguel Gregory’s selection to the 2018 Math Hoops National Championship. Steele, a sixth-grade student at Camden’s Mastery Schools of Camden – Cramer Upper Hill, and Gregory, a seventh-grade student at Philadelphia’s Southwark Middle School, were chosen......

  • After three rounds of competitive, yet fun and friendly Sixers Math Hoops play, the duo of Ricardo and T.J. from South Philadelphia’s Eliza B. Kirkbride School were crowned the 2018 Sixers Math Hoops Champions....

  • The Sixers Youth Foundation got in the holiday spirit by hosting special Coaching Café holiday parties at Philadelphia’s Emlen Elementary School and Warren G. Harding Middle School. In addition to each school’s already-scheduled Coaching Café program, the Sixers Youth Foundation helped spread holiday cheer by providing all students, parents and caregivers in attendance a special dinner and Q&A session with Philadelphia 76ers alumni Jumaine Jones. ...

  • 37 members of the Emlen Elementary community came together on November 16 all in the name of family fun as part of the Sixers Youth Foundation’s Coaching Café program. This program brings students and their families together bi-weekly for 30 – 60 minutes of physical......

  • Aye Aye, a local seventh-grade student from Southwark School in Philadelphia, battled head-to-head with some of the nation’s most-promising, young mathletes in the 2017 Math Hoops National Tournament at Stanford University on June 2-4. Once the dust settled, Aye Aye found herself in the Final......

  • The Sixers Youth Foundation hosted the inaugural Math Hoops Tournament on Thursday, April 6 prior to the Sixers game vs. the Chicago Bulls. The tournament consisted of 48 students from 13 middle schools across Philadelphia, Pa. and Camden, N.J. The tournament was tipped off by......

  • The Sixers Youth Foundation in partnership with the City of Philadelphia’s Office of Civic Engagement & Volunteer Service launched a new after-school program at Warren G. Harding Middle School. This is an early evening program modeled after Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Cities of Service initiative called the......

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