UMass Boston

Mark Spolidoro

Ctr for Social Devel & Ed
Professional - Hourly
Healey Library Floor 10

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Mark Spolidoro has been an adapted physical education teacher for 25 years in the Boston Public School system, where he has been the driving force in implementing inclusion in the physical education program district wide. Mark further strengthens the Boston Public Schools’ commitment to inclusion in his role as the BPS coordinator for Special Olympics Massachusetts Unified Sports for the past 16 years. Additionally, for the past decade, Mark has been implementing inclusive recreational programs as a staff member at the Center for Social Development and Education where he serves as the Director of Camp Shriver at the University of Massachusetts Boston and Co-Director of Saturday Camp at the Edgerley Family South Boston Boys & Girls Club. Mark graduated with a bachelor of science in physical education and health from the University of Rhode Island and continued his education at UMass Boston, receiving his teacher’s certification in moderate special needs education. Mark was an all-state athlete in baseball in Rhode Island and played baseball at the University of Rhode Island. He is still involved in sports as a high school basketball coach and remains physically active by participating in adult basketball and softball leagues while enjoying playing golf with family and friends.