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PHS Soap Scrimmage, Friday, August 29th - Bring a non-perishable food item for admission. 5:30 p.m.-- Volleyball introductions and scrimmage PHS Gym- 6:15 p.m. -- JV Football scrimmage (Zerger Field) - 7 p.m. -- Introductions of Fall athletes and cheerleaders (Zerger Field)-7:30 p.m. -- Varsity Football Scrimmage - Stop by the Booster Club Fall Feed starting at 6:00

Welcome to USD 382

The Right District - The Right Choice

Welcome to our district!

Pratt USD 382 is a 4A district that serves 1200 students.  We take great pride in the success of our academic, athletics, and arts programs, which we believe is the direct result of the care and attention teachers and staff members give to students.  Small class sizes at every level allow teachers the opportunity to know your child’s strengths and weaknesses and respond to their social and emotional needs. 

Two years ago, teacher leaders and building administrators decided the most important areas for our district focus would be RigorRelevance, and Relationships.  In other words, we believe rigorous academic instruction delivered through the use of technology (relevance) and a responsive, caring, knowledgeable teacher (relationships) will yield the most success for your student.  All aspects of the district from curriculum to personnel to assessments are focused on using the four Rs to guide our decisions.

Please take time to browse our site and look at the various examples of rigorrelevance, and relationships.   Our Kansas state assessments scores are obviously a source of pride, but there’s more to our buildings than just a building report card.  Check out the Pride of South Central Kansas Band, the Forensics Facebook Page, the teacher pages, and our facilities.  I think you’ll come to understand why our students are proud to say, “Once a Greenback, Always A Greenback!”

The technology department has done a great job compiling the necessary information so you have it at your fingertips.  If you do encounter difficulty, please feel free to call any building.  We have friendly people who will answer your questions regarding our schools or our website.

Once again, welcome to USD 382! 

Suzan Patton
Superintendent of Schools

Suzan Patton, Superintendent of Schools

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JAG Program at PHS

Carol Bronson - Courtesy of The Pratt Tribune

Pratt High graduate leads career program The director of a new program at Pratt High School wishes the class had been available to her. Carrie (Pixler) Goodheart graduated from PHS in 2006 — on time and with decent grades — but without a clear direction for adult life. She started college at Fort Hays State University in communications, switched to business but found that didn’t fulfill her creative needs and finished a degree in general studies — a “build your own major” program that for Goodheart included marketing, leadership and graphic design. After four years in retail, managing first a gift shop and then a women’s boutique in Hays, she’s back in Pratt, where she will inaugurate a JAG program. JAG — Jobs for America’s Graduates — is a state-based non-profit organization with a curriculum to help students figure out what they want to do and give them skills to get there, . . . read more


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