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May Pratt Press

A copy of the Pratt Press will be sent home in Tuesday folders on May 28th, 2019.

Summer Resources for Families

Summer doesn't mean learning has to stop. MPS and our partner organizations offer summer programming opportunities, including learning and enrichment opportunities and summer meals. 

Field Day is May 29th (Rain Day)

Field Day is Friday, May 29th at Luxton Park. Parent volunteers are needed!

Last Day of School Food Truck Picnic on June 7th

The MPS Food Truck picnic will be at Luxton Park on June 7th. Families are invited to attend.

MPS Comprehensive Design Process: Possible Implications for Pratt
Over the past 18 months MPS has been collecting and analyzing data to consider options for paths to best serve all MPS students. This Comprehensive District Design process included review of enrollment trends, academic results, and survey input from families.
The Comprehensive District Design focused on three goals: 
  1. Improving academics for all students in our school
  2. Financial sustainability for the district into the future, including through increased retention and new enrollment
  3. Programming and school choice with equitable access to all students across the district


Pratt Climate Survey

Please take a few minutes to fill out the spring climate survey. Your thoughts and feelings are important to us.

Summer extended learning 2019

Registration is open for summer session!


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. 

Updating your Pratt contact information

If you would like to change your contact information or method of preference for how Pratt and MPS contact you click here.

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.