Prescott Community Recreation
Community Recreation Director, Angela Magee
E-Mail: pcrdirector@prescott.k12.wi.us
11/4/2013
PCR Mission and Goals

About PCR
Prescott Community Recreation (PCR) falls under the umbrella of the Prescott School District which sets us apart from many other communities. Since the majority of the facilities that are necessary to support youth athletics in the Prescott area are owned and maintained by the school district, the decision was made to hand over responsibility of this entire program to the school district administration.

At the present time there are no other youth sport organizations that operate programs in Prescott for Kindergarten through 8th grades. PCR oversees all in-house and traveling programs for these grades. Prescott Community Education (PCE) does offer introductory sports programs for the 3 – 5 year old group.

PCR Mission Statement (Approved April 8th, 2013)
Prescott Community Recreation’s (PCR) mission is to provide a positive, affordable, recreational experience for youth in grades K-8, and promote team sports on a non-exclusionary basis utilizing a network of adult volunteers. PCR further strives to provide and teach:
  • The fundamentals of each sport offered.
  • The life skills and benefits learned through organized team sports.
  • Sportsmanship and winning/ losing with pride and respect.
  • Fair play with progressively competitive opportunities as participants advance in age and skill.
  • The value of volunteering.
PCR Goals (Approved April 8th, 2013)
  • Provide a positive recreational experience
  • Teach basic fundamentals of each sport
  • Teach our young athletes how to enjoy athletics
  • Teach our young athletes how to win and lose with pride and respect
  • Provide a positive climate for adult and student interaction
  • Teach children and adults the value of volunteering
  • Allow for meaningful participation of all students
2013-2014 PCR Goals
  • Recruit volunteers and assemble Program Committees
  • Update PCR website with information regarding PCR Process and Guidelines, Traveling Program Policies, and other valuable information.
  • Implement on-line surveying for each program
  • Implement a cost-effective on-line registration
  • Adopt the Player/Parent Code of Conduct
  • Adopt the Coaches Code of Conduct
  • Enforce Coach’s Background checks