Allied Rec Sports
In lieu of Allied Basketball this season, we will be offering Allied Recreational Games. Recreational games can be played safely and require no previous experience. These games and activities will provide a social outlet, positive peer interactions and will promote social emotional wellness. Participating in Allied Recreation will provide students with an opportunity to learn various activities that can be enjoyed with friends and family outside of school as well.
We will spend time each week learning how to play and practicing recreational games such as:
- Spike Ball
- Indoor bowling
- Ladder Golf
- Bocce Ball
- Kan Jam
Please come and join us on March 18, April 1, April 8, and April 15 in the East Commons right after school from 3:30-4:45 p.m.
Virtual Information Meeting on Thursday, March 11 at 4:15 pm
Cut/No-Cut Sport? No-cut sport
Dates: March 15, 2021 - TBD
Stevenson’s Allied Sports Program Philosophy
A co-ed interscholastic program that provides opportunities for students with disabilities who would not otherwise be able to participate in our athletic programs.
- Problem solving
- Decision making
- Physical fitness
- Relationship building
- Social skills
- Social/emotional skills within a competitive environment
- Allied Student-Athlete: A student who cannot participate in the District 125 existing co-curricular athletic programs, even with reasonable modifications or aids and services.
- Allied Student Partner: A student who meets the criteria for District 125 athletic participation.
- Restriction or Participation: Student-athletes participating in the same sport (bowling) in the winter season will be prohibited from competing as an Allied student-athlete. Appropriate participation for such a student-athlete may take place as a student partner.