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What unified sports at MHS does for students

By Rebecca Carroll and Juliana Foster

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Middletown High School is a very sports-oriented school. Many students often participate in after school sports that are highly competitive, but some of Middletown’s disabled students cannot participate in these demanding sports, so unified sports are a way for them to enjoy laid-back, fun sports, open to all the students.

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