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Pratt In-Person/Distance Learning FAQ's

Pratt staff are hard at work planning and preparing for the transition to in-person learning for those who are ready to come back to school. Please see the FAQ's document created by Principal Vague to help you get a better idea of what in-person and distance learning will look like beginning Febuary 8th. Click here for FAQ's.

Health & Safety 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 protocols and other related questions, visit our Health & Safety webpage

Pratt Open House Events

Please join us for one of our virtual open house events to learn more about what Pratt Community School has to offer. Learn more and register here. 

Learn More About Pratt

To all our new families joining us for the 2021-2022 school year, Welcome! We're looking forward to connecting with you and helping you get aquainted with our caring staff and remarkable families who make Pratt such a great place to be. Click here to learn more about Pratt.

Pratt Bell Time Change 2021-2022

With the implementation of the Comprehensive Distrcit Design beginning the 2021-2022 school year, Pratt's bell time schedule will be changing. Learn more here.

The Pratt Press - January

The January 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.

We Love You Pratt School-Oh Yes We Do!

Here is a video message to our Pratt Families.

Updates to the Comprehensive District Design

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

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. 

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 review 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.