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HUSD Super Kids Bowl coming to Tahquitz High School Jan. 26

 

Last updated 1/20/2018 at Noon

Approximately 200 disabled and special needs students will gather at the Tahquitz High School football field Friday, Jan. 26, for the annual 2018 Super Kids Bowl. Photo courtesy of Dartmouth Middle School.

HEMET – Approximately 200 disabled and special needs students will gather at the Tahquitz High School football field Friday, Jan. 26, to join with the school’s football team to play in the 2018 Super Kids Bowl for their own gridiron competition.

The annual Hemet Unified School District event held at local high schools, precedes upcoming Super Bowl games to enhance the children’s character, confidence no matter where they have been, who they are and who they are becoming. It gives the special needs children a to have a special experience they would not otherwise have.

The 13th annual Super Kids Bowl was held at West Valley High School last year. Courtesy photo

It serves to help the high school team to build their team spirit and connects with the special children to make the all feel a part of the upcoming Super Bowl that in its own way has become a national holiday.

Last Year the 13th annual Super Kids Bowl was held at West Valley High School with students from Rancho Viejo Middle School, Dartmouth Middle School, Acacia Middle School, Diamond Valley Middle School, Hemet High School, Tahquitz High School and West Valley High School.

It is always an event by the district to ensure the special needs students know they are a big part of the educational community and have great value. It is a special time not only for the special needs students but for all the students participating, a wonderful memory they are not likely to forget.

 

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