Resources for Existing Unified Champion Schools (UCS)

Resources for Existing Unified Champion Schools (UCS)

Unified in the Classroom

Bring Special Olympics to your classroom! These fun engaging activities highlight inclusion and are made for all grade levels! From here you can access all lessons, social media activities and videos via Google Drive or Dropbox.

Inclusion Campaign Resources

Find all of the tools you need to host your own Spread the Word Inclusion event. You’ll find activation ideas, social media activation, template letters and more.

UCS Coaching Resources

Coaches are the key to a successful sport experience for Special Olympics Colorado athletes. The responsibility of a coach is not only to teach sports skills and techniques, but to model outstanding sportsmanship and character. Be your best self by accessing our many coaching tools and resources using the button below.

Motor Activities Training Program (MATP)

The Special Olympics Motor Activity Training Program is designed for athletes who are unable to participate in official Special Olympics sport competitions because of their skill and/or functional abilities. The Motor Activity Training Program is designed to prepare athletes — including those with severe or profound intellectual disability and significant physical disabilities — for sport-specific activities appropriate for their ability levels.

To learn more and implement a Motor Activities Training Program in your school contact Freda Davenport at FMD@SpecialOlympicsCO.org.

Camp Shriver

The purpose of Camp Shriver is to give athletes and partners the opportunity to attend an inclusive overnight sports camp, expand their knowledge of a variety of sports and grow their leadership abilities while also creating long term friendships.

Stay tuned for registration coming 2021.

Youth Activation Committee (YAC)

Special Olympics Colorado believes that through sports young people can make a difference. Unified Champion Schools is led by a Youth Activation Committee (YAC) made up of young people representing middle schools, high schools and colleges statewide. YAC members work together to develop strategies promoting inclusion where the young people are the agents of change.

Interested in YAC?

Contact Rick Brady at RBrady@SpecialOlympicsCO.org