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Madison Metropolitan School District


The Madison Metropolitan School District Athletics Program is considered an integral part of the secondary educational program. Our vision is that MMSD athletics provides equitable programming opportunities that support the District’s vision to prepare all students for college, career, and community.   

Athletics play an integral role in community building and identity of Madison schools and support the development of commitment, reliability, honesty, integrity, accountability, and perseverance in each of our student athletes. Through participation in co-curricular athletics programs, students strive to become better students, athletes, leaders, and citizens.

Our purpose is to provide unique educational experiences that will contribute to the development of better citizens. Emphasis is upon the teaching "through" athletics in addition to teaching the "skills of" athletics.

The Madison athletic program provides a wide range of opportunities for all students who desire to participate in Interscholastic athletics at Madison high schools.

Motion M

Jeremy Schlitz,
District Athletic Director & Memorial High School Athletic Director
Marlena Dow, Athletic Secretary
Office Phone: 608-663-6191
Office Fax:  608-442-2197
Memorial High School Athletics Website

West W

Alicia Pelton,
West High School Athletic Director
Kasey Brinkman, Athletic Secretary
Office Phone: 608-204-4103
Office Fax: 608-204-4966
West High School Athletics Website

East E

TJ Rogness,
East High School Athletic Director
Jeneene Olson-McConley, Athletic Secretary
Office Phone: 608-204-1604
Office Fax: 608-204-0388
East High School Athletics Website

La Follette L

Alisha Raabe, La Follette High School Athletic Director, 608-228-9587
Lindsay Lyons, Athletic Secretary
Office Phone: 608-204-3641
Office Fax: 608-204-0440
La Follette High School Athletics Website

MMSD Athletics Covid Health and Safety Guidance For The Winter Season:


  • Will follow PHMDC School Guidelines related to screening, quarantining. and suspension of group activities

  • WIAA and Public Health guidance will continue to be incorporated as it is updated  

  • Vaccination is strongly encouraged for all to support community health and reduce needed exclusions

  • Existing mitigation procedures for hygiene, screening, contact tracing, and record keeping remain in place 

  • Masking is required at all times during any transportation via bus, van, rental vehicle