Cheer on the New England Revolution Unified team at their lone 2019 home match at Gillette Stadium on Sunday, September, 29th. Tickets are available now and get you access to the Revolution vs. NYC FC match as well as the Unified Exchange immediately following the final whistle. Show your support for inclusion!Get your Tickets Today!
Apply today to run the Boston Marathon as a member of the Xtra Mile Marathon Team. You'll receive training plans, fundraising support, the BEST team gear including training apparel and an Xtra Mile race day singlet. Show your support for inclusion while running in one of the highest profile races in the world!Apply Today!
The days are getting shorter and the air is getting cooler, it must be time for equestrian, flag football, Senior Sports and soccer! Join a team and compete in one of the fall season sports to stay active for the rest of 2019. Volunteer opportunities are also available at www.specialolympicsma.org/volunteer.Fall Sports Season Resources
Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools motivates all students to create environments full of respect, dignity, and advocacy for others.Learn More About our Education Programs
The Boston Bruins Foundation announced a three year, $1 million partnership with Special Olympics Massachusetts. In addition to the incredible donation, the Bruins will use their expertise to support wellness programming and help share the message of inclusion with their passionate fanbase. Check out everything the Bruins are doing!B Inclusive
ESPN has announced the 2019 Honor Roll, a list of 34 schools from across the country who have gone above and beyond to create inclusive school communities. Middleborough High School is the only Massachusetts school named to this prestigious list. In addition to participating in Unified sports, students from Middleborough regularly volunteer at Special Olympics tournaments including Summer Games. There are several levels of recognition schools can receive through Special Olympics. Over 180 Massachusetts schools have received the title of “Unified Champion School” at the state level. 26 of those schools have been named “National Banner Schools” based on…Read More
Get Fit! Feel Good ! September’s Blog First lets recap what we talked about in August. Our Get Fit! Feel Good! August blog was all about becoming stress free. Stress is bad for us mentally and physically- having a lot of stress can cause health problems such as high blood pressure, depression, anxiety and even heart disease. In the blog we discussed ways to manage the stress in your life which included time management, knowing your stress triggers, exercises, and meditation. My favorite way to decrease my stress level is by getting some exercise! Depending on my mood I…Read More
It’s day 2 of 2019 Tournament of Champions and the field at the New England Baseball Complex is clearing as teams head to the pavilion for awards. But not all athletes are heading directly to receive their medal. Many are taking a detour to high five and thank umpire Troy Johnson. “You’re the best umpire,” one athlete shouts as they walked away. Another athlete even goes up to Johnson asking for his autograph. No, he isn’t a former pro-baseball player, just a guy who loves to see the athletes succeed. Despite the praise showered on him by athletes, he…Read More