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How far is far, how high is high, we’ll never know until we try” is constantly being put to test by the team at Stanislaus Special Olympics (SSO). 147 more words

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Teen creates unified soccer program that brings athletes together

BONNER SPRINGS, Kan. –  This Sunday a unique athletic event takes place at Bonner Springs High School. Teams made up of both Special Olympics athletes… 744 more words

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Special Olympics

by Megann Jakubek

The Four Peaks Track and Field Competition was held April 11 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and continued on April 12 from 8 a.m. 234 more words

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CDM Student Selected as Clinical Director for 2015 Special Olympics

DMD 2014 student Hoa Josh Pham has been volunteering with the Special Olympics since he was in his second year of dental school.  After he graduates from CDM in May, he will serve as a clinical director for the… 86 more words

Cannon Middle School Students Make a Difference with the Special Olympics

Cannon School’s Middle School students and faculty were truly examples of the School’s motto “Go Beyond” with this year’s community outreach program.

Partnering with the Charlotte Checkers, Cannon sold tickets for the April 10 hockey game to raise money for Special Olympics North Carolina. 287 more words

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National expert in social and emotional learning speaks to Nashville leaders

Metro Schools and Peabody College at Vanderbilt University hosted Dr. Timothy P. Shriver, co-founder and board chair for the Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL), at their fourth Emerging Knowledge Forum last Thursday. 232 more words

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Still A PERFECT Night... Witnessing Something Special

It’s Saturday night at Marlins Park… if you were in your seats at the start of the 6th inning, you were already getting the sense that you may see something really special happen. 413 more words

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