Pre-K to 5th grade athletes participate in programs designed for children 2-12 years old with and without disabilities. Younger students strengthen their gross motor development skills like running, jumping, throwing and kicking, while older students practice a variety of sport skills, i.e. poly hockey, volleyball, track and field, etc.
Unified Sports is an inclusive sports program that unites individuals with and without intellectual disabilities as teammates for training and competition
Unified Physical Education is a unique opportunity for students of varying ability levels and backgrounds to come together on equal terms through ongoing fitness, sports, leadership and wellness activities. This for-credit course focuses on the physical, intellectual and social growth of all participants.
Unified Wellness class is a Unified approach to improving and protecting health and wellness for people with and without intellectual disabilities. Unified Health and Wellness offers participants a comprehensive, 360-degree look at wellness and the human spirit. Together, athletes and Unified partners are empowered to challenge and change the way they look at diet, daily exercise and lifestyle choices.
A Unified Club is a club for students with and without intellectual disabilities that comes together for sports, games, community service, school events, and most of all, to have fun!
The number of students who have taken the 'Spread the Word to End the Word' pledge
The number of students who have taken the 'Person First Language' pledge
The number of students who have participated in PACER's National Bullying Prevention 'UNITY Day'