*New this year! Students of all ages will have access to all virtual programming! Where applicable, results will be divisioned by age and ability level so student-athletes will only virtually compete against those of similar ages. All virtual programming for the 2020/2021 school year will be FREE of charge.
VIRTUAL SPORT FESTIVALS
Short videos for a variety of sport, activity, and health virtual stations that can be used either individually or combined into a Sports Festival event at your school or from home! Videos can be used on a timeline that works best for your class or individual students. All videos require minimal equipment found in your school, and include demonstration of adaptations for a variety of skill, age and development levels.
Stay tuned for dates announced throughout the year where SOO will be hosting a live virtual Sports Festival where classes can tune in and participate in real time alongside other classes from across Ontario!
Check back soon for links to our new videos!
VIRTUAL HOMETOWN GAMES
(School Championships) – five sports will be highlighted for one month each throughout the school year with virtual challenges available for each in both Traditional and Unified formats. Students will have the first three weeks of each month to train and submit their best scores for the challenges of their choice. The final week of the month will celebrate those that competed, with a virtual awards ceremony and ribbons mailed to participating schools.
Additionally, we encourage schools to utilize the sport challenges provided to host their own virtual or in-person (when possible) competition for their school students or can invite other schools to join in. Hosting resources and result submission will be available for anyone interested.
Check back soon for links to the competition challenges!
Track & Field