Kell High School’s Chick-fil-A Leader Academy will host a day of activities to benefit the special needs community and their families on April 30 from 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. on the track field. The participants and their families will engage in activities such as kickball, soccer, T-ball, crafts and other activities to create an atmosphere of enjoyment. However, this event is not designed to have a one-day impact. The funds generated to execute the day will be used to purchase sporting equipment to be donated to schools to utilize with their adaptive PE programs. This event is open to all community members. The Kell-ympics is intended for all ages. This event is the final IMPACT PROJECT of the year designed and implemented by the Leader Academy students. We are confident that through the support of our entire community, we can execute this event with great success!

Joanna Tiller, a senior at Kell High School, shared her excitement regarding the design and implementation of this project. She said, “It has been amazing to see such a diverse group of students come together and share their passion for doing something for others! The lessons we have learned this year are now being fully applied and it is incredible to realize what we are capable of.”

Registered participants, volunteers and sponsors will receive a special Kell-ympics T-shirt to commemorate this event. Those who would like to volunteer or have their families participate in this day must contact the Leader Academy via email at or their advisor, Ben Needle, at


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