Student Involvement

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A photo of a classroom with students involved with Spread The WordSpecial Olympics is more than just sports, its training for life and this philosophy pertains to more than just our athletes.   Special Olympics promotes acceptance, diversity and respect through our sports and wants to continue this messaging on school campuses.   Schools can use the tools and sports program of Special Olympics to create a better school environment for all  Through Whole School Involvementstudents are encouraged to choose the ways they want to engage their group and become active leaders on their campus. 


Special Olympics Northern California offers a variety of resources to students and teachers who want to engage in any of our initiatives.  


Teacher Tools and Information

Student Tools and Information


What is your school doing to promote acceptance and diversity?  Share with us on our Schools Partnership Blog




Schools Promoting Unity & Respect in 2012-13 School Year

Contra Costa County Fresno 
Acalanes High School Buchanan High School
California High School Bullard High School
Liberty High School Clovis East High School
Heritage High School Clovis North High School
Los Cerros Middle School Hoover High School
Monte Vista High School  
San Ramon Valley High School  
Stone Vallye Middle School  
Ygnacio Valley High School  
San Francisco San Mateo County
Lowell High School Burlingame High School
Mission High School Hillsdale High School
  Lipman Middle School
Tri-Valley Oceanshore Elementary School
Amadaor High School Terra Nova High School
Dublin High School Woodside High School
Fallon Middle School  
Granada High School  
Murray Elementary School  


For more information to get your school involved, please contact Heather Jones at,