PCMS is a Unified Champion School. Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools® builds on Special Olympics’ values, principles, practices, experiences and the goal is to promote social inclusion through intentionally planned and implemented activities.
What is the difference between Special Olympics and Unified Sports?
Special Olympics is dedicated to promoting social inclusion through shared sports training and competition experiences. Unified Sports joins people with and without intellectual disabilities on the same team.
Bocce is now in season (October), the schedule is fairly simple to follow as bocce is mainly an in house schedule, Every monday from 2:10 - 3:15 pm.
Two events that have been planned for the team.
Oct. 26, match @ West Bridgewater.
Nov. 6/7 Unified bocce jamboree. Time/Location TBA.
At the conclusion of the bocce season Mr. Flynn, Unified Sports Club Advisor, will continue to run Unified Sports/Intramurals weekly on Mondays after school. Mr. Flynn will change the sports/activities according to participation numbers and desired sports/activities.
Basketball is played the month of March, the schedule will include 6/8 games both home and away. There will be a multi-school basketball jamboree to conclude the season.
At the conclusion of the Basketball season we will pick up intramurals for the remainder of the school year.
Please feel free to contact Mr. Flynn (email@example.com) with any questions.