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10- Middle School Sports
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About 10- Middle School Sports

ALL MIDDLE SCHOOL sports registrations will temporarily be put on a waiting list until verification is made that a Sports Physical is on file in the District's Infinite Campus software.

  • Intramural Sports - For those students who want an in-house sports experience, to learn drills, work on their skills, and play games against other participants in the program. 
  • Interscholastic Sports - For those students who want to compete against other schools in the Big Suburban Conference. 

Featured Courses

  • Middle School Co-Ed Intramural Basketball 2023-24

    Middle School Co-Ed Intramural Basketball Grades 6-8 Do you want to play some basketball after school this fall? Intramural sports provide a safe, enjoyable environment for youth of any skill level to participate in a variety of recreational activities. Players will focus on the fundamentals of the game, enhance skills, discover the value and importance of good sportsmanship, and have fun! Boeckman youth will need to ride the activity bus to Dodge right after school. The bus leaves promptly so be sure not to miss it. If a youth misses the bus, please direct them to call for a ride or report to the front office for assistance. Dodge youth will need to report to the gym by 3:45 after school. No snack will be provided, but youth are encouraged to bring their own snack and drink.
  • Middle School Interscholastic Track & Field 2024

    Middle School Interscholastic Track & Field Grades 6-8 Farmington Community Education is now facilitating middle school interscholastic (against other middle schools) programs - including track & field. This interscholastic track & field program is for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students from Boeckman and Dodge middle schools. The interscholastic programs each include about 20-22 practices in Farmington and 5 track & field meets against other middle schools (like Lakeville, Northfield, New Prague, and more). The purpose of interscholastic programs is participation, involvement, and development of skills beneficial for future success. These skills include Leadership, Teamwork, Communication, Cooperation, Loyalty, Goal Setting, Work Ethic, Organization, Self-Discipline, Perseverance, and of course Sportsmanship. Adults lead practices and coach at matches. Practices will take place at the track at Boeckman Middle School from 4:00-5:30 pm. Dodge Middle School students take the after school activity bus over to Boeckman. Home meets will take place at Boeckman Middle School. Meets typically go from about 4:15 until between 6:00-6:15. Please note that there is no school bus (transportation) to or from away meets. Student's parent/guardian is responsible for making travel arrangements to and from away meets.