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Uganda Little League Baseball

Developing Little League Baseball throughout Uganda

Serving over 15,000 children sharing about 1000 gloves, we could use your help, join us.

Supported by 303 Development Foundation Corp.

Entire First Class First time Students use tablets
Uganda RBI Junior Champions, RBI Caribbean Tournament 2018
   

Allen V R Stanley Secondary School of Math and Science for the Athletically Talented

 

International School Started January 28, 2013 for 50 students at Little League Complex. 

This is the most unique school in the world with students from all over Uganda.

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AVRS Secondary School facilities:

Two dorms that can hold 150 students each in eight rooms. One for boys and one for girls.
Facilities for housing teaching staff and other staff on site.
Classroom block consisting for 8 classrooms where one is set up as a video room for 100 students.
Administration building housing offices, board room, nurse's living quarters and infirmary, and a large laboratory with bench locations for 56 students.
Guest house for visitors with 6 bedrooms, 3 toilets with showers, dining room and fully equipped kitchen, and large lounge with large screen TV for meetings.

Sports facilities:

Currently 5 baseball, softball and soccer fields.
Two full size basketball courts
Three volley ball courts

Agriculture Program:

10 dairy cows currently, expecting to expand to 20.
Gardens planted by biology students
Fields for other crops
Matokie plantation on site
Fish Hatchery

 

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any AVRS students. Those who wish to donate in support of these programs should do

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366 Ardsley Street, Staten Island, N.Y. 10306.

 

 


 

February/March 2021:


Uganda Little League Baseball is in a period of uncertainty at this time. The Ugandan Government has allowed students in S4 and S6 to return to school for 6 weeks last October and for about two months starting January 19. This is in preparation for them to take the National Exams which will be given in March for the S4 students and April for the S6 students. At the start of February, they allowed the S3 and S5 students to attend. As of this writing, the end of February, we still have no date for the return of the S1 and S2 students. There is some thought that they might return early in March and have the 2020 school year finish in June and begin the 2021 school year sometime in late August. All this is currently uncertain. How and when they finish the school year of 2021 is also unknown. There is some talk that it will extend into 2022, which means the school year of 2023 will still not return to a normal schedule.


What is sure though, is that we are continuing to build the program as best we can. Starting on March one, our next major project will begin construction. This is the building of an International level running track with electronic timing. From our information, there are only two surfaces allowed on an International level track, and this one will have one of those. The electric timing will allow us to send video of the performance of our students ability in running to U.S. college track coaches and help them obtain potential track and field scholarships. We are told that there is no other track like the one we are going to build in all of East Africa. We will be moving a lot of dirt over the next three months in preparing the site for the track surface and for building the baseball field, Field 5. This baseball field is expected to be the premier baseball field in all of Africa. We expect to plant the grass starting by the end of May and have the ability to water it on a regular basis and also use wed killer and fertilizer to bring it up to Professional level standards. This field will be used for games only and will have warning tracks, dugouts and all the things that are required for a first class playing surface. We continue to build athletic facilities of the highest quality in east Africa, and we will continue to do this.


Since the school schedule is so much up in the air at this time, it is very hard to plan for our normal May and January tournaments. If we do have a two week break in the school schedule sometime in May or June,, we will run our Little League tournament for boys age 12 and under and girls 12 and under. Hopefully, that will be done in early to mid May and no later than early June. In order to make that happen, all our participating Little Leagues have been asked to submit their at least 12 game schedule for all the teams and the rosters of all their teams by March 1. We want to be prepared.


In regard to our January Secondary School program that we run with the aid of the Office of the Ugandan Sports Commissioner, we would hope that we will be able to run it in late December or early January. This would consist of two tournaments for boys, one for S1-S3 and the second for S4-S6. We would also want to run the girls S1-S6 tournament during this time. To do this, we would need at least 18 days of no classes. The only thing we have now is uncertainty about all these tournaments.

 


 

 

 

 

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