In SKPS, 15 percent of students receive special education services. SKPS works diligently to meet the needs of all students and families regardless of age, color, ability, marital status, national origin, race, religion or creed, sex or gender or sexual orientation or veteran status.
McNary High School is connecting students from all backgrounds together through their new unified sports program bringing all students together. This program brings some of the school’s most vulnerable students into the spotlight to train and compete in a variety of team sports alongside their peers. On Tuesday, Oct. 1 the school held their very first unified soccer championship game for their students.
“This is a population of students that has been historically separated from their peers,” said Student Services Coordinator Melissa Glover. “These programs do more than just unify students in sports, they truly bring the whole school together.”