Welcome to the Clackamas County Local Program page.
Become an Athlete
Athlete Application for Participation / Medical Form - You must have a valid Athlete Medical form on file before participating in any Special Olympics Oregon events, practices or competitions. A new medical form must be completed every three years.
During times of COVID-19 - Please make sure that you complete your Medical Form, The COVID-19 Code of Conduct and the COVID-19 Waiver and send back to your Local Program. These documents will be valid for three years.
Summer Season 2022
- Online registration can be completed by clicking here: Summer 2022 Online Registration
- Mail-in registration can be completed by clicking here: Summer 2022 Paper Registration
- REGISTRATION FORMS ARE DUE APRIL 30TH, 2022
- Summer Season 2022 starts the weekend of May 14th and ends the weekend of July 16th.
- Two ways to register: online OR mail-in. Please choose one or the other and NOT both.
- An active Medical, Code of Conduct, and COVID form are REQUIRED. All are found under our "Become an Athlete" section.
- Below is the season calendar with sports offered for Summer Season 2022. Some details, such as practice dates and locations, are still in the confirmation process. We will update this page and the Special Olympics Clackamas County Facebook page as we receive more information.
Although we are not quite yet back to our usual level of in-person events, stay engaged by joining our SOOR Active Facebook group. SOOR Active is an athlete-driven At Home Fitness Community focused on health and wellness resources for the Special Olympics Oregon community. Click here to join our SOOR Active community today!
Local Program Events
Huge thanks to our plungers, walkers and runners and all their supporters!!! The Clackamas County Polar Plunge Team, Fierce and Frozen, ran into the chilly waters of the Willamette River and won the costume contest. All this while raising over $6,000 dollars for our county program!!! Go Clackamas County!!! Thank you all for this fantastic event.
Your Local Program Team
Class A Volunteer
All volunteers who have close contact with athletes or who handle the financial assets of Special Olympics Oregon must complete a Class A volunteer application. This includes coaches, chaperones, Unified Partners and Local Program Management members. Volunteers need to complete the Class A Volunteer process which includes an online application, background check and online trainings.
Click on the link below to complete the application process and trainings. The system will automatically guide you through the appropriate modules for adults and minors.