High School Sports

January 25, 2013 11:52 AM

Federal government says schools must provide sports for disabled

Disabled students who want to play for their school could join traditional teams if officials can make "reasonable modifications" to accommodate them. If those adjustments would fundamentally alter a sport or give the student an advantage, the department is directing the school to create parallel athletic programs that have comparable standing to traditional programs.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Kennewick High and other area schools receive golden NFL football 01:09

Kennewick High and other area schools receive golden NFL football

Kamiakin beats Chiawana in "Battle of the Bridge" 01:44

Kamiakin beats Chiawana in "Battle of the Bridge"

Chiawana boys basketball 01:31

Chiawana boys basketball

Chiawana-Kamiakin wrestling preview 01:29

Chiawana-Kamiakin wrestling preview

Prep Countdown: 5 games to watch in round 2 05:52

Prep Countdown: 5 games to watch in round 2

Prep Countdown: 3 football stars of the week; Suns soccer to final 4 04:27

Prep Countdown: 3 football stars of the week; Suns soccer to final 4

Prep Countdown: Interview with Kennewick Lions football coach Bill Templeton 02:06

Prep Countdown: Interview with Kennewick Lions football coach Bill Templeton

Prep Countdown: Prosser clears Clarkston in defensive struggle 04:16

Prep Countdown: Prosser clears Clarkston in defensive struggle

Prep Countdown: Recapping the first week of State Playoffs in the MCC 04:50

Prep Countdown: Recapping the first week of State Playoffs in the MCC

Southridge girls soccer wins regional title 02:06

Southridge girls soccer wins regional title

Southridge girls soccer tops Mt. Spokane 01:35

Southridge girls soccer tops Mt. Spokane

Share Video

Mac Graff Golf

Sports Videos