UCS Playbook Resources
Five young adults in gymnasium together in a group.
The following links are provided for educators, students, and Special Olympics Programs to get the most out of each Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools® Playbook and its contents and supplemental resources.
ALL PLAYBOOKS
Unified Champion Schools Playbooks for elementary, middle and high schools.
Young children on a field all wearing orange Special Olympics Young Athlete t-shirts.
This Elementary School Playbook is packed with information and ready-to-use resources designed to help elementary school communities increase social inclusion and implement the Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools® strategy.
1 Min Read
Jarrett Middle vs Washington Middle students in Hawaii together in a small group in a field.
This Middle Level Playbook is packed with information and ready-to-use resources designed to help middle school communities increase social inclusion and implement the Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools® strategy.
1 Min Read
Group of six young adults in two rows (three in the top row and three in the bottom row), two of whom are holding red Play Unified balls.
This High School Playbook is packed with information and ready-to-use resources designed to help middle school communities increase social inclusion and implement the Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools® strategy.
1 Min Read
Additional Resources
For Special Olympics Unified Sports® Implementation
Find a free 90-minute online coaching course here.
This contains information that can be used in physical education curriculum.
An overview that explains how students can bring Unified Sports to their schools.
This provides an overview of the ways Unified Sports can be incorporated into Unified Champion Schools.
Supporting school-based implementation of Special Olympics Fitness programming.
A high resolution file for printing the instructions for running the games and activities in Special Olympics Young Athletes.
Get information, activities, downloads in various languages and more to promote and implement the Young Athletes program.
Developmental sports provides an age-appropriate introduction to sports for children with and without intellectual disabilities, ages 6-12 years old.
For Inclusive Youth Leadership Implementation
This resource provides educators and students with effective leadership tools.
This resource provide educators and students with effective leadership tools.
This resource gives students and educators the steps for maintaining and implementing a Unified Club in their school.
For Whole School Engagement Implementation
Script for "It's Our School Too!" play for inclusive school performance.
Find all of the tools you need to host your own Spread the Word Inclusion events and campaigns year-round.
This program gives national banner recognition to a Special Olympics Unified Champion School demonstrating commitment to inclusion by meeting 10 standards of excellence. Check out how your school can reach banner status!