Rhode Island Brothers Are Unified in Leading Inclusion

Evan and Jay are not only brothers, they are Unified basketball teammates at Ponaganset High School, a Unified Champion School. Watch this video to learn more about the brothers and the impact they are having on their school. Across the country, three million young people participate in 6,500 Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools®. Discover how the relationship between two brothers created a more inclusive environment for all students at Ponaganset.

Brothers Unified in Leading Inclusion

Interested in other ways Ponaganset High School is leading the inclusion revolution? Check out Kate’s story.

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