NPUSC Back to School Plan Fall 2021

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UPDATE – The NPUSC School Board met on August 4, 2021, to review the NPUSC Return to School Plan and Governor Holcomb’s July 29th Executive Order. Per the Governor’s mandate, the NPUSC School Board approved adding the following revision to our Return to School Plan.  Below and attached is a summary of the plan.

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Summer Enrichment

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The Indiana University Foundations in Science and Mathematics (FSM) program is a summer educational program that offers courses in biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, astronomy, and computer programming to rising and current high school students. Many of these courses are designed to prepare students for their upcoming courses in the following school year, while some are meant to offer opportunities to study subjects that a student might not be able to include in their normal high school curriculum.

FSM has been around since 2010 and the courses are being taught virtually through Zoom.


Session 1: June 7-18

Session 2: July 12-23

Summer Cougar Camps

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New Prairie Athletics is committed to providing quality athletic programs to enhance the educational opportunities offered in the New Prairie United School Corporation. Each camp will provide your child with the opportunity to learn fundamentals, develop skills and most importantly, have fun, each day of camp.  Camps are structured so that student-athletes learn the techniques and skills in an age appropriate manner.  All camps will be held at New Prairie High School or Middle School. The New Prairie Athletic Department hopes your child enjoys their experience and learns lifelong skills that transcend sports.
Please click on this link to sign your child up for a Cougar Camp!
Thank you very much!

Preventative Heart Screenings

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New Prairie definitely knows the importance of heart screenings for our youth (see the chart below).  Please keep promoting this to our community.  Also- heart screenings are not a one-and-done deal.  As youth grow and develop, problems can arise, but you do not know if you do not look.  Some recommend a screening every 2-3 years, some recommend every year. Go to to register your student.

Appointments are available for April and May.  This changes frequently as appointments are canceled and other spots are filled.

Ages 10-25 are eligible; screenings involve an EKG and an Echo; $20.

The screening done at NP in 2016 involved only an EKG.  Now the screenings include an EKG AND Echo.  The Echo is a screening tool that can detect the conditions that both Jake and Mark had.

The risk is real.  The solution is simple. Get screened!
Please share with family, friends, coaches, co-workers, etc.

On The Prairie

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We hope that you are enjoying our updated web page! There are many ways to keep track of your favorite Bobcats. Please ask to join our FaceBook page – Prairie View Elementary PTO. Feel Free to call the school or stop in and say “Hello”.

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