Rollins Events

Young athletes kicking ball with teacher

As part of the Unified Champion Schools program, schools around the District have been creating "Young Athletes" programs just like these young athletes at the Rollins School. Student enjoyed this 7 week program to introduce sports skills to some of our youngest learners.

 

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Preschoolers at the Rollins exploring light.

Students experiment with how and why do we use different kinds of light.

students and teacher stretching

Students with and without disabilities are learning together thanks to programs designed by MA Special Olympics.  Beginning this month, 14 schools hoping to earn recognition as a ‘MA Unified Champion School’ have launched a Unified Youth Sports or Young Athletes program.  The program emphasizes values of inclusion, cooperation, and understanding.  At Rollins week one was a huge success!  The sessions, designed for PreK and K students, included singing movement songs, playing ‘I spy’, wiggling scarves, walking like animals, stretching, completing an obstacle course, and crossing the finish line together.  These 6-8 week programs will culminate in a Unified Sports Day planned for May 10th at Veterans Memorial Stadium.

photos of kids doing random activity

Preschoolers and Kindergarteners began young athletes as part of our Unified Champion Schools partnership with Special Olympics!

group of students in class with teachers

LPS celebrated National Inclusion Week December 6-10th. This is the annual celebration of togetherness, recognizing inclusion in all of its forms. Several schools hosted an “Inclusion Spirit Week” including the Rollins School where Thursday’s theme taught the PreK and K students that “Inclusion is inviting everyone to play!”.  Students brought their favorite stuffed friend to the school.