2013-14 Physical Information
7th & 8th grade students interested in participating in athletics at PRMS must obtain an annual physical. Click on this link to download the entire physical packet. Return the completed forms to the PRMS office before the first day of practice or camp.
PRMS Physical Form Packet (8 pages)
Online Enrollment Information
- Online enrollment for students returning to the USD 231 district is from June 17th - August 9th.
- Parents will need their login and password information to enroll through Family Access. (Login and
password information is the same as last year.) If you need your information contact the
PRMS office prior to June 5th.
- New students to the district will attend walk-in enrollment on Thursday, July 25th, 11am-7pm at
- Transportation enrollment with First Student will be online this year.
- Instructional materials fees for the upcoming school year are $70, K-12 grades. Additional
charges may apply for elective classes.
Tragedy Tips for Teachers, Parents and Administrators
Whenever a tragedy occurs, children may be confused or frightened. Most likely they will look to adults for information and guidance on how to react. Parents and school personnel can help children cope first and foremost by establishing a sense of safety and security. Adults can continue to help children work through their questions and emotions.
What Parents Can Do:
1. Focus on your children over the week following the tragedy. Tell them you love them and everything will be okay. Try to help them understand what has happened, keeping in mind their developmental level.
2. Make time to talk with your children and determine what you wish to say.
3. Stay close to your children. Your physical presence will reassure them and give you the opportunity to monitor their reaction and feel safe.
4. Limit your child’s exposure to these events.
5. Maintain a “normal” routine. Children may have a hard time concentrating on schoolwork or falling asleep at night.
6. Spend extra time reading or playing quiet games with your children. These activities are calming and foster a sense of closeness and security.
7. Safeguard your children’s physical health. Stress can take a physical toll on children as well as adults. Make sure your children get appropriate sleep, exercise, and nutrition.
8. Consider sharing thoughts for the victims and their families.
9. Schools are a good place for children to regain a sense of normalcy. Being with their friends and teachers can help. Schools should also have a plan for making counseling available to children and adults who need it.
Visit NASP’s website at www.nasponline.org for additional resources.