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Welcome to Pratt Community School

Pratt Community School is a Pre-K through 5 school, supported by a strong international community due in large part to our close proximity to the University of Minnesota. We welcome and embrace students from all cultural and family backgrounds and are always looking for ways to learn from, honor and nurture our multicultural educational environment. Our mission is to create a safe, challenging and nurturing learning environment where all students succeed.

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Spirit Fridays - May

Show your Pratt spirit and join us for Spirit Fridays for the month of May. Everyone can participate. See the spirit schedule here.

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Summer Programs for Elementary Students

The last day of school is right around the corner. As you begin to think about your summer plans, check out these great opportunities for your students to have fun and continue their learning over summer break. More information here.

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Pratt Playground Family Meet-Ups

Are you and your family craving some in person connection with other Pratt Families? We hear you! In an effort to help create space for our families to safely gather, we’re organizing some outdoor time here at the Pratt Playground. Learn more here

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Lost & Found (in-person)

Due to COVID safety protocols, our lost and found will be virtual. Items will be photographed each Friday then posted on-line. To claim a lost item, please have your student stop by the main office. Please note, all unclaimed items will be donated at the end of each month.

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The Pratt Press - May

The May edition of the Pratt Press (our montly school newsletter) is here! Find up to date information about happenings in our school and the district. Read the Pratt Press on-line here

Info for Students Returning to In Person Learning

If your child is returning to in person learning, please click here for information regarding that transition.

Info for Students Remaining in Distance Learning

If your child is remaining in dinstance learning, please click here for information regarding third quarter. 

Pratt Health & Safety Plan for In-Person Learning

Minneapolis Public School's (MPS) health and safety protocols are guided by the State of Minnesota's Safe Learning Plan for 2020-2021. Since the beginning of the school year, Pratt's Health and Safety Team has been working to prepare the school for in-person learning. For detailed information about these preparations and Pratt specific protocols, and other related questions, visit our Health & Safety webpage