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GEMS/GISE showcase and awards ceremony

Please join is on Tuesday, January 21st from 4:45-5:30pm for our GEMS/GISE Lego Robotics Showcase and awards ceremony at Pratt.

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January Pratt Press

The January Pratt Press went home in Tuesday folders on Tuesday, January 14th. 

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An Evening of Somali Culture

Join us for a PTO sponsored evening on Somali Culture January 27th from 6-8pm

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Health Partners Power Up Challenge

Try for 5 (fruits and vegetables) and Move More challenge will begin at Pratt on January 27th. Pratt received a grant from Health Partners to bring fruits and veggies into school for students to try as well as classroom materials to help support eating well and moving more.

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All Girls Check It Out Chess Tournament

MPS is hosting an ALL-FEMALE Check It Out chess tournament to promote participation in STEM activities. This tournament is open to all FEMALE students, and those that identify as female.

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Community Ed Classes offered at Pratt

Winter Community Education classes are open for registration! All are low cost and some are free.

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Updates to the Comprehensive District Design

Please read the attached Parent Letter from Principal Vague regarding updates to the Comprehensive District Redesign.

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December Pratt Press

The December Pratt Press will go home in Tuesday folders on Tuesday, December 17th. 

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Here Comes the Bus

Here Comes the Bus is a new application parents can download on their smart phones to track their childs bus with a gps system that is on every MPS bus this year. 

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Comprehensive District Design Revisited Timeline

After introducing a proposed Comprehensive District Design in April 2019, MPS reviewed significant feedback and have now refocused the plan on systemic change and breaking the cycle of disparate achievement outcomes based on race and economics.

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Recruiting for Reading Corps

We are currently hiring an AmeriCorps member to serve as a Minnesota Reading Corps tutor for the 2018-19 school year. This is a paid position that does not require any experience in education - just a desire to work with kids and give back to the community. 

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MPS Behavior Standards and Code of Conduct

Information about the Minneapolis Public Schools Behavior Standards and Code of Conduct can be found on the MPS website. Parents are invited to view the video and the Minneapolis Public School's discipline policy and respond with questions or clarifications by sending an email to the principal at nancy.vague@mpls.k12.mn.us or calling the Pratt School office at (612) 668-1122.