Westside Unified Circle of Friends

...Serving the Unique Needs of All Learners

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Nature Walk Registration

Please make sure to complete this registration so we can plan for your child's attendance.

If you are planning to bring your child to our Time in Nature event and think they would benefit from some social practice to prepare them, be sure to download the following social story.

Westside Unified Circle of Friends Nature Walk

Saturday, May 1st, 10am

410 South 86th Street

Omaha, NE

Where: Swanson Elementary School, 410 South 86th Street, Omaha, NE 68114

When: May 1st, 2021 - 10:00-11:00

What: Let's come together to spend some time in nature by participating in a scavenger hunt, learning about animals, and creating a craft! A pick-up option will be provided should weather not permit.

RSVP: Please complete the following Registration to help us plan for this event.

Safety and Public Health Practices

Due to the current COVID 19 Pandemic, families will be asked to socially distance, sanitize their hands prior to using materials and wear a mask.

What Are Unified Activities?

The Special Olympics Unified Schools Program is a fast-growing initiative that brings students with and without intellectual disabilities together.

As Unified Champion Schools, we partner with Special Olympics Nebraska to implement a three-component strategy focused on Inclusive Sports, Inclusive Youth Leadership, and Whole-School Engagement. These three components bring students with and without intellectual disabilities together to promote a positive school climate, develop physical fitness, prevent bullying, enhance student engagement, and promote student leadership skills.

Westside Community Schools - Unified Activities


The mission of the Westside Community School District, as an innovative educational system, is to ensure academic excellence and to serve the unique needs of all learners.


Westside Community Schools will relentlessly pursue innovative educational ideals and promise to personalize learning for every student. We invite the challenge of developing a community of learners who embrace a broader, richer definition of success.