The Baldwin-Woodville School District participated in the annual Friendship Games event on May 10 at the B-W Track for their third consecutive year. This event is a fun-filled track and field day for those students that have intellectual and developmental conditions with 150 area wide students attending.

“This is the third year Baldwin-Woodville has participated in Friendship Games, but the Games have been going on for years before that,” said B-W Friendship Games Committee member, Carissa Kusilek, “Special education teachers & staff from area schools created The Friendship Games to offer an opportunity for students who need extra supports to enjoy a track and field day that matches their needs.”

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