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2018 Rainbow Games group photo The Rainbow Games brought out the best of Columbia High School on Tuesday afternoon. About 10 students with special needs were cheered on by classmates, teachers and administrators as they competed in a series of track and field events in the school gym.

Student runs through obstacle course Events included:

  • 100m dash
  • Discus
  • Softball toss
  • Slalom obstacle course

The Rainbow Games were coordinated by Physical Education teachers Courteny Hammond, Chris Hosley, Ryan Jones and Anthony Servidone. They were assisted by student leaders who demonstrated each event for the participants, setup the courses and kept records.
After the competition, students received medals and official Rainbow Games t-shirts.
“The Rainbow Games allow our students to work together to have a positive impact on the students who participate,” said Principal Michael Harkin. “I’m proud of everyone involved in this special event.” 
Congratulations to all of our participants!