Events are permitted at Special Olympics Texas.
There are currently no plans to require masks or the vaccine for participation in any Special Olympics Texas (SOTX) programming within the state of Texas. This includes all local competitions, fundraising events and statewide games. We continue to encourage all participants to be fully vaccinated.
Events hosted or sanctioned by parties other than SOTX are subject to the COVID-19 protocols of that party.
You can find CDC recommendations by visiting their website here. For the latest SOTX news and updates, please sign up for our statewide weekly newsletter by clicking here (or directly at sotx.org/newsletter).
Spring Woods High School to be Recognized by Special Olympics and ESPN for Achievements in Inclusion
1/30/2023 | Area 4 - Greater Houston | National | Statewide
Artist Kelley Jakle to Perform at Special Olympics Texas Opening Ceremonies in February
1/25/2023 | Area 20 - San Antonio | Statewide
El Paso Community Foundation grants $8,000 to Special Olympics Texas for El Paso-area programs
1/17/2023 | Area 19 - El Paso | Statewide
Special Olympics Athletes to Compete in the NIRSA National Flag Football Championships Held in Round Rock
1/6/2023 | Area 13 - Central Texas | Statewide
T.L.L. Temple Foundation Awards Special Olympics Texas an $80,000 Grant
11/21/2022 | Area 22 - Gulf Coast | Area 4 - Greater Houston | Area 5 - Beaumont | Area 6 - Heart of East Texas | Statewide