PITTSBURGH - The Inclusive Games were held at St. Anthony School in Pittsburgh Tuesday.
St. Anthony’s is a Catholic based school for students, kindergarten through age 21, with autism, Down syndrome and other disabilities.
Students there were paired against same-age general education peers to compete in fun events.
Events included a softball throw, soccer kick and long jump.
The Inclusive Games promoted physical fitness, camaraderie, teamwork, good sportsmanship and school spirit.
Inclusive games held in Pittsburgh for children with special needs
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