Taken from: https://www.specialolympics. org/our-work/sports/unified- sports Team sports bring people together. Special Olympics Unified Sports® teams do that, too and much more. About 1.4 million people worldwide take part in Unified Sports, breaking down stereotypes about people with intellectual disabilities in a really fun way. ESPN has served as the Global . . .
Two years ago, our school started to really focus on Special Olympics. We hosted our first track meet, and it was a huge success. We had a ton of schools who participated, and we received so much love and support from the community. Ever since this event, we knew that this is something our school wanted to have more regularly. Since then we have had another track meet, unified flag football game, and unified basketball game. . . .
Like many other events that have had to be canceled because of the Coronavirus Pandemic, the Ashland-Greenwood Booster Club was unable to hold the yearly Athletic Awards Night. Ashland-Greenwood athletes had a tremendous year during the fall and winter seasons, and no doubt that success would have continued through the spring season, but the Coronavirus Pandemic forced a shut-down of school and the spring sports season just as it . . .
A couple of months ago you might have seen us at lunch signing a banner to eliminate the use of this word. Our purpose of that signing was to pledge you wouldn’t say the R-word again. Now, we are coming to you because of the cancelation of the Special Olympics Track Meet, it is still important to keep this pledge. The R-word causes people with intellectual disabilities to feel isolated from their peers. In the . . .
Each day this week the AG Special Olympics Leadership committee will be sharing information with students, staff, and patrons. Below you will find a video from our AG Special Olympics Leadership team and text of the emails sent daily to AG students and staff. Please take time to watch, read, and support our Special Olympics Leadership committee. Using Person First Language: People with . . .
Five Awesome Educators Provide a Combined Total of Over 138 Years of Dedicated Service to Ashland-Greenwood Public Schools! Ashland-Greenwood Public Schools will soon be saying goodbye and goodluck to 5 outstanding teachers as they prepare for retirement. Mrs. Renee Kucera Years at AGPS: 32 Positions held while at AGPS: “Middle School Language Arts the whole time . . .