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MSP is excited to announce we have a new tennis coaching team in place for the 2015-2016 school year!

Alyce Reames (USPTA Elite Certified) and Felicity Moore are new to our team and Jim Morgan never left us!

We appreciate all the feedback we received this summer and hope you’ll see the changes that have been made were done with your child in mind!  One example of this is our new Tiny Tots Tennis class designed for 4-6 year olds. With shorter play times, low ratios and daily offerings,  we think this class is going to be an ace!

Tennis started Tuesday, September 8th. Registration forms and fee structures are located in both offices.

Thank you,

Tricia Kruse


Alyce Reames USTA – Elite Certified Privates Racquet stringing services available Contact information:

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Jim Morgan Privates – Juniors at all levels Contact information: 293-5834

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Felicity Moore Privates available – 10U Contact information: 401-533-3803

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MSP is offering Homeschool Tennis Program for Beginner/Intermediate Tennis:

For 10 year olds and under with little or no prior tennis experience. Children will play group tennis games, learn ground strokes, serving and net play, proper form and court etiquette. All equipment is provided and is age appropriate. We also offer the only USTA approved 36ft courts in the entire panhandle, which are designed specifically for young children.

Every Friday from 9:00-10:00
Cost: $15.00 per session

First session is 4 weeks: 10-2, 10-9, 10-16, 10-23

Second session is 7 weeks:10-30, 11-6, 11-13, 11-20, No 11-27, 12-4, 12-11, 12-18

Wear: P.E. clothes, tennis shoes, hat & sunscreen and a smile

Bring: water bottle

To sign-up, please complete a registration form in the MSP office at 4100 Montessori Drive. Make checks payable to Felicity Moore. Please park in the main parking lot, which is on the same side of the road as the tennis courts.

court.photo2 In November of 2013, MSP was awarded USTA grants for special smaller-sized courts for younger children, seniors and those with mobility issues.  Click here to read the announcement on the USTA website.

In April 2015, the new smaller sized courts were unveiled.  Click here for more information.