2023 5K Walk/Run Leaderboard
- 1 Ray Toole $1,299.04 raised
- 2 Patrick Fuller $291.20 raised
- 3 Tom Driscoll $135.20 raised
- 4 The McCabe Family $125.60 raised
- 5 Lawrence Sauer $124.00 raised
- 1 Team Lockwood $21,500.60 raised
- 2 Team Katz $1,300.52 raised
- 3 Happy Feet $306.20 raised
- 4 Residential Staff Team $144.00 raised
- 5 Ryan's Runners $135.20 raised
1 Anonymous $3,000.00
2 Dick and Carol Clapp $2,500.00
3 Evan Corns $1,040.00
4 Rob Way $1,040.00
5 peter deSilva $1,040.00
JOIN LEAGUE SCHOOL OF GREATER BOSTON
Walk/Run for Autism
Saturday, May 13th
Registration 9:00 a.m.
Begins at 10:00 a.m.
Location: League School, 300 Boston Providence Tpke. Walpole, MA 02032
Post Reception lunch will be held at Beacons Restaurant immediately following the walk/run events at the school from 11:30am - 2:00pm.
and be part of our 10th ANNUAL event
If you'd like to VOLUNTEER, please email the
Special Events Coordinator and we'll be in touch!
This fun event will take place in May as we close Autism Acceptance Month. Participants who register by April 18th will be guaranteed a t-shirt.
All proceeds from the event will be directed towards the current student needs at League School of Greater Boston.
- There will be a limited supply available to those who register after April 18th. We will do the best we can to provide you with one. Thank you in advance for understanding!
- T-shirts can be picked up at League School prior to the race. More details to follow regarding pick up days/times.
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Our Newest Participants
- Jessica Libucha
- Bridget Ryan
- Lana Falvey
- Janet Da Silva
- Sangeetha Srinivasan
- Mariella Da Silva
- Lauren Chadwick
- Cathy Walsh
- Diane Gulzinski
- Katie Riordan
10 YEARS OF SUPPORT & FUN!
About League School of Greater Boston
For over 50 years, League School of Greater Boston has been a leading educator of children and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Our programs range from functional academics to grade-level curricula as well as vocational training and daily living skills to meet the individual strengths and needs of League’s widely diverse student population from ages 3-22. We believe that if our students are given the right set of challenges and supportive strategies to overcome them, they will grow to achieve success. It is our commitment, with the support of the community, to guide students to be as independent as possible in all aspects of their lives: social, emotional, academic, behavioral, and vocational.
League School is the only school in Massachusetts educating students on the Autism Spectrum that uses the SCERTS® Model as its programmatic framework for enhancing the lives of our students. League School is also the only school in Massachusetts whose Principal holds the autism endorsement along with four of the League School’s Head Teachers.