Hernan Garcia, 6, with his teacher, Rebecca Allen, at center, have fun during the Special Education Adaptive Physical Education program’s annual Power Walking Challenge at Woodward Park on Friday morning. Approximately 450 special education students took part in the event, walking or jogging independently or in wheelchairs up to one mile on a predetermined course. The purpose of the event is to encourage a healthy lifestyle for students with special needs.
Hernan Garcia, 6, with his teacher, Rebecca Allen, at center, have fun during the Special Education Adaptive Physical Education program’s annual Power Walking Challenge at Woodward Park on Friday morning. Approximately 450 special education students took part in the event, walking or jogging independently or in wheelchairs up to one mile on a predetermined course. The purpose of the event is to encourage a healthy lifestyle for students with special needs. JOHN WALKER THE FRESNO BEE
Hernan Garcia, 6, with his teacher, Rebecca Allen, at center, have fun during the Special Education Adaptive Physical Education program’s annual Power Walking Challenge at Woodward Park on Friday morning. Approximately 450 special education students took part in the event, walking or jogging independently or in wheelchairs up to one mile on a predetermined course. The purpose of the event is to encourage a healthy lifestyle for students with special needs. JOHN WALKER THE FRESNO BEE

Special education students enjoy a walk (or wheel) in the park

May 15, 2015 06:11 PM