Project Unify held their 2nd annual field day at Naples High on Friday, Feb. 15. All students with special needs across Collier County came together for one big field day that some lucky Naples High students got to help out with.

NHS students play spike ball

“I really liked helping out with Project Unify,” sophomore Kenna Seward said. “I helped out with the photobooth and the kids loved the props and all their pictures.”

Project Unify has made a great impact on Naples High students. The students who helped enjoyed it and had a lot of fun.

“it was a very enlightening experience and I would help out again anytime.” senior Jett Robinson said.

Project Unify currently offers 11 sports for students with special needs across Collier County. Approximately 1,1015 athletes are registered in Collier County.

“I helped out with the golf activity and it was so much fun the kids seemed to really enjoy it and I did too.” Robinson said.

Project Unify field day had more than 10 activities with sports and activities that included flag football, golf, tennis, snow cones, a photo booth, face painting, spike ball and more.

Project Unify has made a difference in students’ lives and made everyone come together through sports. NHS students are hoping to help out next year and have fun with all the students once again.

“You can tell it made a difference to their lives and everyone could see how happy they all were it was such a good experience,” sophomore Sloan Gibson said. “I’m definitely going to help again next year, it’s so much fun.”