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Area 34 Director
Welcome to the AREA 34 (Monroe County) website. You will find all necessary information on this page related to our Special Olympics program. If you should have any questions, concerns, or comments- please feel free to email us at email@example.com.
Athlete of the Month: Anna Krieger
An Enriching Activity in My Life
By: Anna Krieger
Being involved in Special Olympics sports makes me a better person. I am a member of both the soccer and basketball Special Olympics sports teams. Special Olympics have taught me to work with a team.
At first I was afraid to try something new, I had to learn how to interact with my peers. Special Olympics helps me to improve my listening and following directions skills. I also get the chance to become a positive leader for my teammates. It is important for me to show good sportsmanship and work hard. Special Olympics has become something very important in my life, I am glad that I got involved.
NHS is also a team so the skills I am learning through Special Olympics are transferable to what I may be doing while participating in NHS. I've learned that it is important for people to work together. Special Olympics has taught me to be a good listener, something that I will also need to be a good NHS member.
I am excited with the possibility of becoming involved in NHS. By getting involved, it makes my time at high school fun. I enjoy trying new things and am willing to work hard to be a good representative for my school. Even though I am a special needs student, I understand the importance of working hard, doing my very best. By doing this it helps me to grow and mature and become the very best student and learner I can possibly be.
Below are all the forms available for our local parents! If you're interested in signing up your athlete for Special Olympics, please fill out the health appraisal form & the sports registration form (either hardcopy or electronic version). You will be notified about two weeks before the season begins to let you know details on location and time of practices. Practices are generally eight weeks long and free of charge. If you should have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Athlete Health Form
- 2012-2013 Special Olympics Sports Registration Form
- 2012-2013 Sports Registration Form
- Athlete Code of Conduct
- Early Release Form
- Update Athlete Registration Form
- 2012-2013 Information Packet
Volunteer for Special Olympics!
It's easy to volunteer! Please fill out the attached forms, mail them to the specified person on the page, and we will contact you when a position comes open. All coaches and area management team members are volunteers within the community who desire to make a difference in the lives of those with intellectual disabilities. Attached is a volunteer interest form that outlines the sports, fundraisers, and events we offer in Monroe. Please choose the area that best fits your personality.
Monroe County Special Olympics relies on the dedicated support of volunteers who offer their time and talents in a number of ways, including coaching, chaperoning athletes at events, assisting with fundraising, and helping run local competitions.Special Olympics receives no funding from local, state, or federal government. No fees are charged to the athletes or their families for participation in the program.
Area 34 Newsletter
- Director » Stacie Ourlian
- 734-242-5799 x4227
- P.O. Box 1074 Monroe, MI 48161, MI 48161