Middle School (Forms & Documents)
2017 MS Spring Sport registration is now open!
Completed forms are due no later than Thrusday, March 23.
The Wisconsin Concussion laws require that all parent and students review and sign a Concussion Acknowledgement form.
This section will provide current families with a list of useful documents, forms, registration materials, college information and more. Visit back often as this page will be updated on a consistent basis.
Spring Sport Parent/Athlete Meeting
Each athlete and at least one parent or guardian were required to attend the Spring Sport meeting. Continued student athlete eligibility is contingent on completing the WIAA and Prairie School required spring sport information requirements. If you have questions, please contact the Athletic Office.
March 6, 2017 Spring Sport Missed Meeting Procedures:
- Read the missed Spring Sport Parent Meeting letter from Sandy Freres, Athletic Director
- View the 2017 Spring Sport Meeting Slideshow (click on image below).
- Complete the Missed Parent Meeting Form and return it to the Athletic Office by March 17, 2017.
US Athletics Eligibility:
Student athletes entering grades 9 through 12 who are interested in joining an athletic team must have on file in the Athletic Office the correct WIAA Physical Card and Athletic Eligibility Forms. You may contact Dori Panthofer to determine if the required forms for your student are on file.
US Athletics Forms
- 2016/17 US Athletics Participation Form
- WIAA Physical Exam Card (green/yellow) ** Physical must be on or after April 1, 2015
- WIAA Alternate Year Card (creme)
- The Prairie School Family Athletic Handbook
- Letter Jacket Information
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Each year, we see more and more of our student-athletes seeking information on opportunities to participate in college-athletics. We have dedicated this section to providing you resources that will allow you access to valuable information about the types of programs and the steps involved in seeking opportunities to play at the collegiate level. This page will continue to evolve and we hope to add sample resumes as well as alumni collegiate athletes’ comments on their college athletic experience. As always, we encourage families to contact their Head Coach. Working with the Prairie College Counseling Office and our coaches, we will assist you in this process. However, these opportunities cannot exist without the effort and energy of the family.
NATIONAL STUDENT CLEARINGHOUSE
The National Student Clearinghouse, a non-profit organization, is the nation’s trusted source for student degree and enrollment verification. Any student pursuing college athletics, at any level, must register with the Clearinghouse. The Upper School College Admissions Office can help you complete this process. Through the Clearinghouse verification reporting solutions, they help educational institutions improve efficiency, reduce costs and workload, and enhance the quality-of-service they provide to their students and alumni, lending institutions, employers, and other organizations. For more information go to
NATIONAL COLLEGE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (NCAA)
The NCAA oversees 88 championships in 23 sports. There are more than 400,000 student-athletes competing in three divisions at over 1,000 colleges and universities within the NCAA. For more information go to www.ncaa.org.
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS (NAIA)
The association provides exclusive opportunities for over 60,000 young men and women to achieve academically while competing for the love of the game. NAIA member institutions award millions of dollars through athletic aid to eligible student-athletes and create an environment where competitive athletics, academic excellence and Champions of Character walk hand in hand.
- For more information go to www.naia.org
NATIONAL JUNIOR COLLEGE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (NJCAA)
The purpose of the NJCAA is to promote and foster junior college athletics on intersectional and national levels so that results will be consistent with the total educational program of its member colleges.
- For more information go to www.njcaa.org
by Jack H. Renkens Jack Renkens’ book, Recruiting Realities, is a valuable resource and can be obtained using the information below. Recruiting realities was developed to provide student-athletes and their families with an educational resource about the collegiate athletic recruiting process. In order to participate in college athletics at any level, all student-athletes hav