LONG BEACH – What started as a social club a decade ago at Warren High School is now a nationally recognized program.
Warren High School, part of the Downey Unified School District, was one of 30 Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools selected Thursday as part of the first class of ESPN Honor Roll schools. An ESPN top-5 will be announced Sept. 6.
The school is also the first Special Olympics Southern California Unified Champion School to be recognized as a National Banner Unified Champion School, joining the class of 2018. By earning national banner recognition, Warren High School has demonstrated inclusion by meeting 10 national standards of excellence in areas such as unified sports, inclusive youth leadership, whole-school engagement and sustainability.
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