South Ripley High School was recognized Thursday night as a unified champion school by the Indiana High School Athletic Association and Special Olympics Indiana. Champions Together is a collaborative partnership between the Indiana High School Athletic Association and Special Olympics Indiana that promotes servant leadership among student athletes while changing their lives as well as…

Many have asked why the bowling fees were increased or questioned whether or not a fee could be charged to the athlete per Special Olympics policy. Per SO policy a fee can not be charged to the athlete in order for him/her to participate but any fee charged to the program in order to conduct…

    n August 15, Special Olympics Indiana – Ripley Ohio Dearborn Counties celebrated ten years as an accredited local program of Special Olympics Indiana and the achievements of its athletes, coaches, families and volunteers at its annual Athletic Achievement Banquet. Special awards included family of the year, coach of the year, volunteer of the…

Special Olympics Indiana hosted its 46th annual Summer Games on June 12-14, 2015, in Terre Haute. The 2015 Special Olympics Indiana Summer Games took place on the campuses of Indiana State University and Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. The 2015 Special Olympics Indiana Summer Games showcased the awe-inspiring abilities of athletes with intellectual disabilities, promoted the…

After the crowd of South Ripley students had finally started to settle down in the high school gymnasium, Special Olympics Indiana athlete, Mitch Bonar, from Noblesville, stood with a wide smile on his face. Bonar, who was born with cerebral palsy, spoke to the school’s student body as part of the IHSAA’s Champions Together program….

Despite the weather, the 2015 edition of the Special Olympics Indiana Polar Plunge and After Splash Bash made a huge splash at Saturday, Feb. 21, Versailles State Park. Unfortunately, all morning activities, including the Polar Climb 5K Run and 3K Walk, had to be canceled and many Plunge participants were not able to attend due…

As of December 1, Special Olympics Indiana has a new vendor for volunteer background screenings: Barada Associates, a family-owned business from Rushville, IN and one of 4 vendors approved by SOI. With a new vendor, there is a new process for background screenings. Here’s a summary of the new process: The Coach/Volunteer Application process remains…

Special Olympics Indiana – Ripley Ohio Dearborn Counties launched a new website to provide its athletes, coaches, volunteers, families and supporters with more information than ever before and in a more colorful and interactive package. The program’s domain, www.soindiana-rod.org, remains the same. However, visitors to the site will discover new interactive features that bring easy-to-understand…

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