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Coach B on Fox 26

Believe it or not, my father was a Special Olympic Coach for several years back in the early 70’s. My father taught me at an early age of 12 to always give back to the community. I would volunteer my time with his Special Olympics group in Richardson, Texas. I found myself practicing with the athletes, helping them get to their next event, or I waited at the finish line to cheer them on. In college, I would hand out water or just lead the athletes in the right direction at an event or practice. I knew God gave me a special gift to work with these wonderful athletes. I had no idea at that time that I would still be a part of Special Olympics today. I made a career move when I lived in the Dallas area and became a Special Ed. teacher for Mesquite ISD. I found out that they had a Special Olympics team and once again I was hooked in helping those athletes. I was actively involved in the bowling team and track team. Many years later my family had to move to the Houston area. I was sad in some ways, but it did not take long to get involved again. I immediately found a Special Ed. teaching job and started helping out with the Special Olympic bowling team and the track team in Fort Bend ISD. Today I am the Head of Delegation for the Alvin Panthers. I am the Head Coach of the track team, swim team, basketball team and the bowling team. I love what I do and it shows when I am around my athletes.

About Me:

Head of Delegation for the Alvin I.S.D. Special Olympics team. I am also the Head Coach of the bowling team, the track team, the basketball team, and the swim team. I work with children from the age 8 - 21 with intellectual disabilities to develop self confidence and social skills. Our team offers year round training in 4 sports. The athletes are very proud when they win an award or ribbon in these events. We are so thankful for the volunteers and chaperones that help out with our team.


Coach B on Fox 26
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