Madison's Run for Down Syndrome is a fun and friendly family event benefiting Mansfield ISD Special Education and KinderFrogs School at TCU . This run's goal is to increase Down syndrome awareness and acceptance in the community. You can run, walk, stroll or fly (almost fly) and invites runners and walkers of all ages and levels to come out and experience a fun filled 5K/1K along with face-painting, DJ Gilly with Mega-Mix Sounds and more!
Come out and join us Saturday, April 7th, 2018
Katherine Rose Park 303 N Walnut Creek Dr.
Mansfield, TX 76063
7:00 am - Race day Registration/Packet Pick up
8:15 am - 1K Run/Walk
8:30 am - 5K Run/Walk
9:30 am (approx.) - Award Ceremony
The 5K Fun Run is untimed but the top three male finishers and top three female finishers to cross will win bragging rights, swag and fun awards.
Largest Group to Register, Furthest to Register, Most Money Raised & Coolest Costume will win Bragging rights and One-of-a-kind Picture with Madison.
All Fun Award Winners will have a One-of-a-kind picture with Madison. Largest group will have a canopy on race day, personal snacks and much more! Company groups, track teams, JROTC, ROTC, Military, Police, Firefighters, fitness gyms and schools come out and show your pride. See you there!
All runners registered by March 21st, 2018 (World Down Syndrome Day) are guaranteed the race shirt of their selected size. Shirt size/availability not guaranteed for registrations after March 21st, 2018.
Packet Pickup will be on Race day (April 7th) from 7am to 8am- See you there!
Come out and let her put a smile in your heart and help us be an advocate for her and other children and adults with Down syndrome.
KinderFrogs is a family-focused, early intervention program that provides a
developmentally appropriate educational environment for children with Down syndrome and other developmental delays. KinderFrogs School focuses on a curriculum that is evidence-based that prepares children for success and independence in inclusive school and community settings.
KinderFrogs serves 35 children in three classrooms and each classroom employs a teacher who has a graduate degree in Special Education and two instructional teacher assistants.
The mission of the Mansfield ISD Special Education Department is to provide and support customized educational opportunities for students, parents, and staff. Eligible youngsters are those ages 3 through 21 (birth through 21 for students with visual or auditory impairments) who meet the legal requirements of one or more disabilities as defined by the Texas Education Agency (TEA).