|Annual All-Star Olympics set for May 10||| Print ||
Above, Mason Pickett and Eli Reyna practice the softball throw. They will be competing in the All-Star Olympics on May 10.
Altus Public Schools will be hosting their Second Annual All-Star Olympics on Thursday, May 10, at the
Between events, many other fun activities will be offered for the participants, such as a petting zoo, a moon jump, carnival games, and photos with Miss Bulldog. This year, the All-Star Olympics will have approximately 100 students participating. These students will be coming from Altus, Duke, Olustee, Granite, Hollis, and Tipton Schools.
The All-Star Olympics will be held Thursday, May 10, at the
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