EVSC Special Education Unified Game Days

first_imgEVSC Students To Participate in Special Education Unified Game Days Students in the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation will participate next week in the Special Olympics Unified Champion School Program. Students in EVSC elementary and middle school life skills classes have been training for the program that combines athletes and their peer partners to practice sports skills together. The program fosters friendships and gives participants an awareness of their own worth, ability, courage, and capacity to learn and grow.The elementary event will include various stations students will move through. The middle school event will function similar to a track and field meet.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailShare Tuesday, October 22 – Elementary Game DayWednesday, October 23 – Middle School Game Day9 a.m. to noon each dayCentral High School Track, 5400 First Avenuelast_img read more

Talk of the towns

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A Slew of Storms Leaves Three People Dead and Impacts Four Major U.S. Cities

first_imgA line of fast-moving storms known as a derecho stretched from the Midwest to the South Carolina coastline  leaving three people dead. The extreme weather catastrophe started in Nebraska on Friday and stretched all the way to Charleston by Saturday morning. Kansas City and St. Louis are a couple cities facing extreme winds and heavy rain. Some social media users posted photos of the clouds.My sister took this picture just now headed northbound near Mound City, MO. Impressive shelf cloud! #mowx @NWSKansasCity @NickBenderKMBC @StormHour @spann pic.twitter.com/FtX1mTFiBy— Andy Ward (@andywardemt) June 21, 2019 At least three people have died after a derecho sped through the Midwest Friday causing damage for more than 1,000 miles. In Kentucky, a man identified as 38-year-old Michael Birge was killed when a tree fell on his pick-up truck. In Illinois, a 48-year-old woman was killed when a tree fell on her vehicle and Levi Mayberry, 22, was killed when a tree fell on the boat Mayberry was driving while traveling downstream in a river north of Van Buren, Missouri. There’s been several other injuries related to the severe storms.last_img read more