Bowling September – October
Basketball November – February
Soccer February – April
Track and Field February – April
Bocce June – September
In order to be eligible to participate in Special Olympics, a student must be identified by an agency or professional as having one of the following:
Students are able to train at age 6-7, but are not allowed to compete in Special Olympics competitions until age 8. For additional information concerning eligibility of athletes, please refer to the Special Olympics Texas website at http://www.sotx.org/ and/or the Special Olympics Public website at http://www.specialolympics.org/.
Parents are responsible for the transportation of athletes to and from competitions, scrimmages, and practices unless they occur during the regular school day.
All athletes must wear proper shoes (athletic shoes) for participation.
Teams will use a basic uniform for competitions.
If you plan to volunteer or chaperone events, it is required by Special Olympics Texas to fill out a Class A Volunteer Application for the safety of the athletes.
It is available:
Please Contact Angela Campbell if you have completed an online Volunteer Application, in order to be added to our volunteer list.
Brock Center – Intervention Services Office