Coronavirus - An Update for SOTX

Special Olympics Texas is suspending all sport training and competition activities and other activations involving our athletes through 31 March 2020, at which time the situation will be reevaluated. This includes State Basketball. 

This decision was carefully made after Special Olympics International consulted with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and after reviewing the latest guidance from the World Health Organization.

We have prepared a list of frequently asked questions that you can reference on the topic of virus prevention and control. We will keep you updated on further changes. 

 

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Beyond the Finish Line

Shine the Light: Joe Chacon, Assistant Chief of Police, APD

September 29, 2020
Speaking on Summer Games, Joe said "My group and I ran into the stadium, packed with people. There were hundreds of athletes there waiting to compete. They’re my superheroes,” he said with a grin. This experience was his favorite of all!

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Shine the Light: Chief Scesney, Grand Prairie PD

September 22, 2020
“I love my community. There’s no secret there. I’m blessed to work side by side with the best department. I appreciate SOTX athletes and families for sticking with us side by side.” - Chief Scesney

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Shine the Light: Chief Salvaggio, Leon Valley PD

September 08, 2020
Athletes, “This is going to pass, and we are going to get back to normal. We all look forward to the day when we can get together. After a day of spending time with the you all, officers come back with smiles on their faces and more relaxed than before,” Salvaggio explains.

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