Encouraging a healthy lifestyle, social interaction and community engagement

The goal of The Guild School’s recreation program is to assist residential students in developing interests and participating in activities that contribute to a healthy lifestyle, social skill development and engagement with the community.

Activities are held after school, on weekends and during school vacations either at school, at a residence or in the community.

In addition to ensuring that students have access to organized recreation events, The Guild plans fun activities based on student preferences and seasonal opportunities.

  • What we do

    • Visit trampoline parks, museums and arcades
    • Bake and do arts and crafts
    • Swim and bowl
    • Participate in Zumba and Music ’n’ More
  • Benefits

    • Increased independence
    • Community experience
    • Social skills
    • Fitness
    • Fun
  • Belmont S.P.O.R.T.

    Students may participate in Special Olympics through Belmont S.P.O.R.T. (Special Programs Organized for Recreation Time). In addition to offering a variety of Special Olympics sports, including aquatics, basketball, bocce, bowling, flag football, floor hockey and soccer, Belmont S.P.O.R.T. also provides opportunities to dance, ice skate, learn self-defense and participate in culinary classes.

Ashley Kratz, CTRS

Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist 

Jenna Oliva, CTRS

Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist