Landmark Students Volunteer at the Special Olympics Soccer Championship
On November 5, from the wee hours of the morning to mid-afternoon, 87 Landmark students volunteered to help at the 30th Annual Special Olympics State Soccer Championship held at the Governor's Academy in Byfield. The students were assigned a particular team, and they spent the day with that team, cheering them on during games, getting lunches for them, and hanging out with them between games. The acted as buddies to the team members and helpers for the coaches.
To a student, they were engaged, attentive, and responsible to their teams and coaches. The kids did an OUTSTANDING JOB of representing themselves and the school as compassionate and mature young adults.
Hats off to our intrepid volunteers!