Special Olympics Bocce Ball

A fun, no-cut sport for students with and without intellectual disabilities that has athletes trying to get their bocce ball closest to the target ball (pallina). There are traditional singles and doubles (students with intellectual disabilities play in these divisions) and unified partner and doubles (pairing students together with and without intellectual disabilities). Special Olympics Bocce Ball is a fun way to develop social relationships and learn how to compete in individual and team matches.

Special Olympics Basketball

Play in inter -squad games against other districts and participate in the Individual Skills Challenge Competition. 

Special Olympics Unified Soccer

The unified soccer team will consist of students with and without disabilities and will participate in a tournament against unified teams from other districts in October.


6th graders can have a separate sports physical or the school physical with the sports box checked by their doctor. 

7th and 8th graders need to have a separate sports physical because they have to be given every year. 

*Please bring 2 copies and turn them in to:

  1. Nurse/Office
  2. Coach by the dates according to when your sport begins.

If these requirements for physicals aren't met, they cannot try out for the team.