Watertown Schools Offers Track Program for Students with Disabilities

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This year, the Watertown High School track and field team will offer an adaptive track program for students in grades 2-12 with disabilities.

Students will participate in stretching, running and racing activities on the Victory Field track. WHS athletes will be mentoring/coaching under the supervision of parent volunteers.

The four-week program is open to students in grades 2-12, and will run from 4:30-5:30 p.m. on April 11, April 18, April 25 and May 3.

Mail the application (below) with a $25.00 check made payable to Nancy Alberico to:

Nancy Alberico
C/O WHS Track & Field Boosters
25 Duff Street
Watertown, MA 02472

Questions/Feedback to: nancy.alberico@commonmoves.com or call 617-974-6101.

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3 thoughts on “Watertown Schools Offers Track Program for Students with Disabilities

  1. I wish Watertown had more programs like this. Right now our special kids have to go to Belmont SPORT for these programs. Watertown Rec should to more for special needs kids. This is our town too! Chris McNicholas. Special needs mom.

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