SFUSD's Special Olympics start Friday

The City’s kids will bring their soccer skills to a head on Friday at the first Special Olympic event of the school year.

The program is in its third year and coordinates soccer, basketball and track and field fore more than 380 students in special education with exercises during their regular school day.

The kickoff is at the South Sunset Field at 10 a.m.

But by this time next year, the Beach Chalet soccer field should be ripe for the kicking.
 

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