Resources

For Teachers & Organizers

Special Olympics and Bullying Prevention

Understand Special Olympics’ role in preventing bullying in schools.
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Unified Physical Education Resource (2nd Edition)

Information around how to make physicial education courses in your school Unified.
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Importance of School Climate

An explanation of the postiive effects of Unified Champion Schools.
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Special Olympics Language Guide

Use this guide to assure you are using the correct terminology when referring to Special Olympics.
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Inclusive Youth Leader Training: Facilitator Guide

For facilitators to better understand how students can become agents of change in their communities by promoting equity and acceptance ...
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For Students

Spread The Word

 Learn more about the Spread the Word campaign and how you can bring it to your school
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A Guide for Sibling Youth Engagement

Find opportunities for siblings of people with intellectual disabilities to become involved in Special Olympics.
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Youth Leadership Guide

Get tools to become a more effective youth leader.
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How to Recruit Diverse Youth Leaders

Get advice about how to make your group inclusive with many different types of leaders.
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High School Graduation Packet

Graduating seniors can use this to guide their involvement with Special Olympics after graduation.
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Unified Sports: A Students Guide

An overview that explains how students can bring Unified Sports to their schools.
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Host a Youth Rally or Youth Summit

Step by step directions and recommendations about how to host a rally at your school.
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Starting a Unified Club

Learn how to create and sustain a Special Olympics Unified Club in your school.
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