Schools do more than teach students to read and do math. Students also eat lunch together, go on field trips, and join school sponsored clubs and sports teams. These “nonacademic” or “extracurricular” activities are important for all children, including those with disabilities. This 2013 brochure from the National Parent Technical Assistance Center tells how you can get your child included like other students.

http://www.pacer.org/publications/pdfs/ALL-70.pdf