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KSHSAA Sportsmanship Award

Congratulations to the PHS Cheerleaders, Band, Student Fans, and our Basketball Team.  A special thanks to the sponsors and coaches of these groups: Coach Pixler, Mr. Weinert, and Coach Battin.   Pratt High School earned a Sportsmanship Plaque and Medals at the State Basketball Tournament in Emporia.  Go Greenbacks!

 
 
Outstanding sportsmanship at the state basketball tournament is acknowledged each year by presenting sportsmanship certificates, plaques and medals. All 128 high school teams participating in KSHSAA State Basketball Tournaments may qualify for an award. A "rating" system is used allowing schools to compete against a “standard of excellence”, rather than competing against one another.
 
Schools participating all three days of the tournament were eligible to receive a plaque for their school and medals for cheerleaders.

A special sportsmanship committee appointed by the KSHSAA evaluated and rated the cheerleaders, school cheering section, adult and non-high school followers, team and coach of each school. 

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 Popovich at michelle.popovich@usd382.com.

 

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LMS Careers Class Visit WSU and WATC

22 8th graders woke up early Monday, February 20th, on a day they had off of school, to think about the future. The students toured Wichita State University and Wichita Area Technical College. All 8th graders will tour Pratt Community College later this spring, but these 22 students will now be able to compare it to what they saw today at a 4-year college and a technical college.  And a former Greenback spotted us eating lunch . . .

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