Dartmouth High School in Unified Champion Schools Spirit Contest
Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools has been an incredible driving force for inclusion within and outside school walls.
Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools activates youth with and without intellectual disabilities to come together as student leaders, athletes, and agents for inclusion within their school communities. Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools motivates all students to create environments full of respect, dignity, and advocacy for students with intellectual disabilities." - Special Olympics Massachusetts
Special Olympics Massachusetts challenged over 100 Unified Champion Schools in the state to show off their school spirit. Each school received two posters to proudly display, recognizing that they are a Unified Champion School. Learn more about Unified Champion Schools HERE.
Special Olympics Massachusetts received many fantastic entries but had to choose just a few finalists. It is now up to the public to choose the winning school. Visit the poll to cast your vote. You can vote once per day. The winning school will be announced on Monday, October 28 and will receive a pep rally kit.
Dartmouth High school is currently ahead in the polls, with about 48 percent of the vote. Shrewsbury High School is currently in second place, with 42 percent of the vote. Auburn High School is currently in third place with just over 8 percent of the vote.
The Dartmouth High School posted this photo on their Twitter page with the caption, "What better way to kick off the weekend than with a @DHSUnifiedSport Pep Rally?! I love @DartmouthHS and how inclusive our community is! 🔥🏀🔥 #ChooseToInclude #UnifiedGeneration @SpOlympicsMA."
Let’s support our local Champion School and show some love for Dartmouth High.