The Youth Movement is a physical activity incentive program designed to get kids ages 5-14 moving. There is no cost to participate. Each child simply keeps a log of their physical activity. Parents are involved also by helping the children log their activities. Kids can earn visits to the Pointe or North Pointe to be used by themselves or friends!
Download the Youth Movement Log click here. Then simply begin filling out your activity log.
How to Earn Free Visits
At the end of each quarter (Jan-Mar, Apr-Jun, Jul-Sep, and Oct-Dec) the Pointe’s Fitness Staff will award visits to participating youth based on the amount of activity performed during that quarter.
When to Start
Kids can begin filling out logs at any time. Visits are earned based on the average weekly activity. If you begin in the middle of a quarter, you can still earn visits!
What Activities Count?
Any physical activity outside of school (PE class and recesses do not count) can be logged (extracurricular activities do count)! Anything from an organized soccer practice to a walk around the block. Just get a parent to “validate” the activity…..and get your parents moving with you!
Where do I Submit my Log?
Drop off your activity logs at the Pointe’s Welcome Desk, e-mail to Matt () or fax to (636) 207-2330. The Pointe’s Fitness Staff will contact you as you earn visits!
Open play pickleball is available seven days a week at The Pointe. All pickleball players will be expected to abide by the following social distancing guidelines.
Please remember the social distancing rules are in reference to the Adult Sports Guidelines set by St. Louis County and can be found at stlcorona.com. In order for pickleball to continue to be offered as open play, it is imperative that we follow these guidelines. Please help us keep everyone safe and pickleball available at The Pointe by reminding and encouraging your fellow players to abide by these guidelines.
Monday - Friday Hours*
7 - 9 a.m. - 3 nets available
9 a.m. - 2 p.m. - 5 nets available
2 - 4 p.m. - 3 nets available
Saturday & Sunday Hours*
7 a.m. - 12 p.m. - 3 nets available
*All dates and times are subject to change.
Levels of Play
2.5 - 3.5
FOREHAND: Improved stroke development with moderate level of shot control.
BACKHAND: Learning stroke form and starting to develop consistency but will avoid if possible.
SERVE / RETURN: Consistently gets serve/return in play with limited ability to control depth.
DINK: Increased consistency, with limited ability to control height/depth. Sustains medium length rallies. Starting to understand variations of pace.
3RD SHOT: Developing the drop shot in a way to get to the net.
VOLLEY: Is able to volley medium paced shots thereby developing control.
STRATEGY: Moves quickly towards the non-volley zone (NVZ) when opportunity is there. This player acknowledges difference between hard game and soft game and is starting to vary own game during recreation and tournament play. Can sustain short rallies. Is learning proper court positioning. Basic knowledge of stacking and understands situations where it can be effective.
FOREHAND: Consistently hits with depth and control. Is still perfecting shot selection and timing.
BACKHAND: Has improved stroke mechanics and has moderate success at hitting a backhand consistently.
SERVE / RETURN: Places a high majority of serves/returns with varying depth and speed.
DINK: Increased consistency with moderate ability to control height/depth. May end dink rally too soon due to lack of patience. Is beginning to understand the difference between attackable balls and those that are not.
3rd SHOT: Is electively mixing up soft shots with power shots to create an advantage with inconsistent results.
VOLLEY: Able to volley a variety of shots at different speeds. Is developing consistency and control. Starting to understand the block/reset volley.
STRATEGY: Aware of partner’s position on the court and is able to move as a team. Demonstrates ability to change direction in an offensive manner. Demonstrates a broad knowledge of the rules of the game. Has a moderate number of unforced errors per game. Solid understanding of stacking and when and how it can be used in match play. Beginning to identify opponent’s weaknesses and attempting to formulate a game plan to attack weaknesses and seek out competitive play.
Still have questions about Pickleball? Contact The Pointe at (636) 227-8950.