On Friday, May 13, XCS held its first annual adapted physical education field day for students with disabilities. Students with unique disabilities from K-12 were brought together for this fun event. Festivities took place in the field between WMS and Arrowood. Students were able to compete in events against peers with similar abilities allowing for an exciting day of fun and competition. Students completed 8 stations of activities consisting of lawn bowling, bubbles, face paint, bean bag toss, egg carry, bouncy house, balloon popping, and the softball throw. Several students raced against one another in a 50 meter or 20 meter race, while parents were there to cheer them on. Thanks to Ms. Comer's class for helping set up although they were unable to attend. Thanks to all of our related service professionals, special education paraprofessionals, and special education teachers for providing snacks, helping to run stations, assisting students as they transition from station to station, and bringing with them a spirit of friendly competition. Thanks to our parent volunteers and visitors for helping us build a community of support for our students. This truly was an outstanding event that we plan to continue for years to come!