The ninth annual Spring Games at Marlboro High School was held on May 22. The Spring Games encompass a field day of events designed for students in the Learning and/or Language Disabilities, Cognitive Mild, Cognitive Moderate and Autism Programs at FRHSD schools. All students earn a certificate of participation and are treated to music, lunch, and t-shirts.
The event is coordinated by Marlboro High School staff and the school’s Peer Leaders, who conduct fundraising throughout the school year for the event.
Students had a fantastic time testing their skills at a variety of games stationed around the school’s football field.
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