In March 2013, the ACJU Deportivo (sports) project launched its “Soccer School” in the Tepalcates neighborhood on Tuesdays and Thursdays. That month there were about 35 youth who regularly participated in “Soccer School” during the week and 45 who participated in the Saturday tournaments. The ACJU Facilitator has noticed a change in many of the youths’ attitudes in the short time since the project began in November. In casual conversations during practices, many youth have shared that they are beginning to have a larger vision of what they want to do with their lives. They have also shared they are becoming more committed to their studies. One of ACJU Deportivo’s requirements is to maintain good grades in order to participate. Several parents also commented that their children are starting to pay more attention in school since joining the project. During the month of March, 50 parents actively participated to organize a Parent/Youth potluck for “Soccer School” families, which 145 people attended.