Students, and staff in a gymnasium with cheerleaders.
Special Olympics offers a rich collection of tools and resources to empower youth and educators to become leaders in their classrooms and their communities.
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This landing page contains a list of resources for implementing and maintaining UCS in a distance learning environment.
Get the most out of each Unified Champion Schools® Playbook and its contents and supplemental resources. Elementary School | Middle School | High School
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The following resources have been developed to assist Special Olympics State Programs build and expand Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools programming in urban districts.
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Special Olympics Young Athletes is a sport and play program for children with and without intellectual disabilities (ID), ages 2 to 7 years old.
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This resource was developed to assist Program staff and mentors in the creation and implementation of a Special Olympics Youth Leadership Experience. Overview Webinar
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This resource created by NFHS and Special Olympics provides guidelines for administering Unified Sports when it is treated as an officially sanctioned high school sport.