Unified Clubs combines students with and without intellectual disabilities to develop meaningful relationships, held spread acceptance, and ensure everyone feels included and welcome in their school. Any student can participate in this unique-school based club designed around empowering students to promote social justice!
Special Olympics Minnesota partners with Northern Star Council Base Camp to host inclusive Student Leadership Summits. These day long events are open to middle and high school aged students with and without disabilities. Through accessible team building activities, rock climbing, archery and other fun activities, students can connect with one another on another level.
Special Olympics Minnesota Student Board of Directors is a group of high school students with and without disabilities from across the state that to guide the direction of the Unified Movement.
Young Athletes is an innovative sports play program that introduces children ages 2-7 years old with and without intellectual disabilities to the world of sports. Your high school leaders are able to host this 1-hour, 8-week long class for youth in your community! Interested? Contact [email protected] to get started.
The Inclusion Library is a hub for books for all ages about disability inclusion and awareness. Please peruse the virtual shelves, use our discussion prompts and suggested activities in your classes! Schools can use their Centralized Accounts to purchase books.