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Special Olympics Indiana Names Noblesville Schools as Unified Champions

Noblesville Becomes Only District in State to Have All Schools Receive Honor Special Olympics Indiana recently named all 10 Noblesville Schools as Unified Champion Schools, the only district in the state to have all of their schools receive this honor. The recognition is designed to highlight schools that make inclusion of students with disabilities a priority. Specifically, Special Olympics Indiana looks for schools that excel in inclusive student leadership, whole school engagement, Unified Sports® and fundraising.  “Noblesville Schools has been the shining example of what an inclusive educational culture can be and should be,” says Jeff Mohler, Special Olympics Indiana’s ...

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Mark Booth: Empowering Noblesville Students and the Community

Writer  /  Kara Reibel Photographer  /  Brian Brosmer As Director of Student Services for Noblesville Schools, Mark Booth is creating authentic opportunities for special needs students in the community. Fostering independence and empowering students is what Mark Booth is all about. “We need to give students with special needs those experiences that normally wouldn’t be a part of their curriculum,” shares Booth, who has over 25 years of experience with 12 of those years at Noblesville Schools. Booth is head of the College and Career Support Services. This title is a major shift away from “Special Education Department.” “The trend ...

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