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The Offseason

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The off-season is where players can develop as individual athletes.

Posted by Jared Rehm Apr 16, 2013 Posted in Disability No Comments

Wrestler with Visual Impairment new addition to the West Anchorage High School Team

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Paul Tandy started off the season with no wrestling knowledge beyond what he had learned from the occasional wrestling watch with his siblings. Despite facing numerous challenges he has learned the basics of the sport posting a season record of 5-14 in the 113-pound weight class.

Posted by Tamika Jones Feb 03, 2012 Posted in Uncategorized 1 Comment

Dance Like You Mean It!

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A mixed ability dance Troupe

Posted by Tanya Nov 08, 2011 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments

Teach and Be Taught

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I wish everyone in life the gift of an adviser, teacher, or mentor that can guide us to reach our goals and go beyond our own limits. One of John Wooden’s favorite lines, “There is nothing you know that you haven’t learned from someone else.  It is the greatest inheritance you can give to others. It is why you get up every day – to teach and be taught.”

Posted by suzanne Jul 06, 2011 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments

T-Together E-Everyone A-Achieves M-More!

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Any Celebrity Apprentice fans?  On Sunday night’s episode Gary Busey shocked everyone by winning the second challenge of this season and spelled out his victory by stating the meaning behind the word team: “T- is for Together, E-Is for Everyone, A-id for Achieves, and M-More!”   As hard it may be to understand the thought process of Gary at times, he got this point right on!  The meaning behind the acronym of the word “team” truly speaks volumes.  Understanding the significance and strength from working as a “team” holds true and this definition is most often heard in the success of business franchises, private organizations, and sports teams.  It also holds true in the world of autism.

Posted by suzanne Mar 23, 2011 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments