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LMS 7th Graders at PRMC

LMS 7th graders toured Pratt Regional Medical Center on Thursday, April 13. PRMC is the largest employer in Pratt County and students saw how many different people in different jobs it takes to keep the hospital running--from the maintenance rooms under the hospital to the birthing suites on the top floor. It takes a lot more than doctors and nurses! Thank you to PRMC for coordinating this learning opportunity for the students.



Forensics #1 at League

Pratt High School achieved something yesterday it hadn't achieved in decades - winning first place at League Forensics. Coming in with 353 points to Nickerson's 269 and Halstead's 206, Pratt also managed to get 15 of our 18 entries intro finals, more than any other team. Of those, nine earned state qualifications for competition.

The entire team pitched in, since Pratt hosted, so even though some team members didn't perform, they were still helping to run the tournament and shared in the joy of the win.
The results are as follows:
#1 - Alesha Bergner (sophomore) in Oration
#1 - Alesha Bergner in Impromptu Speaking
#1 - David Mathes (sophomore) and Camdon Nickelson (freshman) in Duet Act
#1 - Abby Domann (junior) and Dillon Cochran (senior) in Improvised Duet Act
#2 - Lindsey Bergner (junior) in Oration
#2 - Dillon Cochran (senior) in Serious Solo
#3 Elise Coykendall (junior) in Impromptu Speaking
#3 Abby Domann and Brynn Hampton (juniors) in Duet Act
#4 Kahrie Stegman (freshman) in Impromptu Speaking
#4 Kevin Johnson (junior) in Extemporaneous Speaking
#4 Ciara Hodgkinson (junior) in Informative Speaking
#4 Ciara Hodgkinson in Oration
#4 David Mathes and Camdon Nickelson in IDA
#5 Elise Coykendall  in Extemporaneous Speaking
#5 Amber Jellison Harris and Kedric Spurgin (juniors) in Duet Act
Ryleigh Cook (sophomore) in Informative Speaking
Kevin Johnson in Impromptu Speaking
Kedric Spurgin in Humorous Solo

Dominican Republic Service Project Trip 2018

Now is a great time for interested students to sign up for the summer 2018 trip to the Dominican Republic.  This service project trip will take us to the town of Jarabacoa where we will help meet the needs of the community.  We will also enjoy spending a day at the beach visiting waterfalls and other local sights.  For more details check out this slideshow .     Anyone interested should contact Michelle . . .

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