b'Volunteer PartnersAlamo Heights High School Raising Canes Chicken Fingers UT Health -Antonian College Preparatory Scholars & Athletes Serving OthersPhysical Therapy Program High SchoolSmithson Valley High School UT Health - Brandeis High School St. Marys UniversityOccupational Therapy ProgramClark High School St. Phillips College UT Health San AntonioJohnson High School Steele High School UTSAJudson High School Texas A&M San Antonio UTSA Adapted PEOConnor High School Texas State University UTSA Pre-Med SocietyOur Lady of the Lake University Trinity University UTSA Pre-OT SocietyPalo Alto College UIW School of Physical Therapy UTSA Pre-PT SocietyReagan High School USAA Young Mens Service LeagueCovid-19 kept volunteers home, so PARENTS STEPPED UPEric Shipp knew it was important to get his son, Ethan, back in action. Normally, Kinetic Kids provides volunteers to help the kids and the coaches have a successful practice. The added benefit is that parents get to do what parents do best.sit on the sidelines and cheer! When social distancing sidelined everyone, we knew who to call on. Our parents were eager to enroll their children and welcomed the opportunity to get their athletes out of the house and into the fresh air, even if it meant leaving their folding chairs at home. Eric Shipp was happy to volunteer for Ethan in the Fun & Fitness recreational program. It gave us a chance to play together in a structured environment, practice new skills and enjoy some exercise together. Of course, he really appreciated the activities developed by the coaches and staff.The creative obstacles and interactive games were a hit with Eric and Ethan. The coaches and staff really put the Fun in Fun & Fitness, recalls Eric.9'