Dayton ESA students compete in track and field event

Dayton ESA students compete in track and field event

2018-06-13T08:28:05+00:00June 12th, 2018|Specialized Services News|
  • Dayton ESA students compete in track and field event

On May 22nd, the ESA’s Dayton School District Life Skills class took part in the First Annual Walla Walla Day of Champions alongside other special needs students from Walla Walla and College Place. The students showed off their skills in the long jump, high jump, Frisbee toss, softball toss, 25 yard dash and a relay race, and they each received a medal and t-shirt for participating.

The event was created and hosted by the Walla Walla Public Schools’ Special Education Department. Read more here.

“Great fun was had by all, and the students are really looking forward to participating again next year,” says Martina Paris-Fully, ESD 112’s Assistant Director of Special Education Services for Dayton, Kahlotus and Dixie.