4,000 miles from Sochi, Russia, students take part in their own games
At the end of the two days of events, students received medals for their efforts
After taking part in all the events, the students stopped and played with the snow.
Each of the five classes at the Special Kids Intervention Program and Toddler-Infant Program for Special Education marches into the opening ceremony representing a different Olympic ring.
The games opened with a torch lighting ceremony in which the students placed a “torch” in the “cauldron.”
One student enjoys building a snowman from shaving cream.
Marshmallow toss was one of the Olympic events.
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