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Recreation

Student Life provides an environment where leadership and self-pride thrive largely due to barrier-free communication. With encouragement, each student is guided to develop emotionally and spiritually to his or her fullest potential. Through a variety of recreational activities, students naturally acquire the essentialsocial skills needed to integrate into the community.

All Elementary, Middle and High School students participate in various recreation and educational activities, events, and projects that take place during and after school throughout the year. These activities, which connect OSD students with the community and with students from other schools include the following but are not limited to:

  • Community Involvement – Fundraising, Mid-Ohio Food Bank, Adopt-A-Grandparent
  • Intramural Sports – Volleyball, Dodge Ball, Basketball and many different sports
  • Junior NAD Meetings/Activities
  • Class Meetings
  • Educational Socializing w/local schools and colleges
  • Indoor/Outdoor Recreation Activities
  • Special Field Trips
  • Monthly Recreation Activity at Ohio State University
  • Dorm Electives (Board Games, Health/Fitness, Sewing, Technology & Photography)
  • Theme Educational Activities (Hispanic Heritage Month, Black History Month, Women History Month and Deaf Awareness Month)


Involvement in organizations and activities builds
self-esteem and character


REC ROPE

Photo Taken by One of Our Own: Steve Barabas, Youth Leader

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