About This Race
Boston Higashi School will be hosting it's First Annual Boston Higashi 5K. The race is open to the community with a nice 3.1 mile loop, beginning and ending in the front of the school. Special participation by Team Hoyt .
Awards will be given to overall male/female/wheelchair finishers, as well as the top finishers in following divisions:
Age 19 & under top male and female finishers
Age 20-29 top male and female finishers
Age 30-39 top male and female finishers
Age 40-49 top male and female finishers
Age 50-59 top male and female finishers
Age 60-69 top male and female finishers
Age 70+ top male and female finishers
Additional Awards to:
Biggest Team - The team with the largest number of participants registered before the close of online registration
Fastest Team - The fastest team will be scored with the total time of the top three performers of each team. To qualify, a team must be mixed coed or all female and have a minimum of three participants before the close of online registration.
Top Fundraiser: The person with the most fundraised at www.crowdrise.com/higashi5k before the close of online registration.
First 300 5K registrants will receive a t-shirt
Post Race Celebration
There will be a post race celebration with beer and food. Entertainment will be supplied by the Boston Higashi School Jazz Band.
Make a bigger difference, please consider supporting Boston Higashi School by setting up a fundraising page at www.crowdrise.com/higashi5k
About Boston Higashi School
Our Mission is to help children and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder learn to reach their full potential through the methodology of Daily Life Therapy®. This unique educational philosophy developed by the late Dr. Kiyo Kitahara of Tokyo, Japan incorporates a broad and balanced curriculum, including academics, art, music, physical education, technology, and social education. Students take on challenges, learn to overcome obstacles, and gain confidence from their own success. This approach allows our students to develop a love for learning so they may fully enjoy their family, community, and all that life has to offer. As each student grows and learns, their personality and individual character matures, allowing them to benefit from, and most importantly, contribute to society as adults.