1 October 2021
Our USD 382 district facility committee is assessing needs for our district and community. For background information, we have 5 buildings: 1) The Academic Center for Excellence (ACE)--formerly the high school and currently houses the central office and our preschool; 2) Southwest Elementary--grades K-4; 3) Liberty Middle School--grades 5-8; 4) Pratt High School--grades 9-12; and 5) our transportation facility (Bus Barn). As we develop our long-term facilities plan, we seek input from our parents and community members. Please fill out this survey to help the committee better understand the needs of our community. Thank you.
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Pratt Schools USD 382
Optional COVID-19 Testing is available through USD 382, testing is limited and you must meet one of the following criteria to be considered for testing.
Here are the steps to enroll your child(ren) at USD 382:
1. HOUSEHOLD ECONOMIC SURVEY (optional but recommended)
Even though all children will be able to eat FREE during the 2021-22 school year, the Household Economic Survey (HES) generates additional funding for our local educational programs. We encourage all families to consider, review, and complete the HES application. Eligibility determination will be made according to the established guidelines, and if your family qualifies, the district will still receive the funds accordingly. A few additional reasons for this consideration include:
You may also apply using paper forms available at the district office or at each school building in the district.
2. COMPLETE ONLINE ENROLLMENT FOR EACH CHILD
Returning students: Log into the PowerSchool Parent portal. Click on Returning Student Registration on the navigation menu at the bottom left. You will be asked to authenticate your session by entering your student's date of birth. After each registration, return to the PowerSchool portal, choose your next student's name from the tab along the top and click on Returning Student Registration.
If you need assistance, you may call any school office or email email@example.com.
New students (never attended USD 382 before or did not attend last year): Click the link below to create an account using your email and complete the form for each new student.
New students click here for English Estudiantes nuevos haga clic aquí para español
For assistance creating a Parent PowerSchool account, please contact your child’s school directly. For any technical difficulties encountered during the enrollment process, please contact PowerSchool using these channels.
3. PAY FEES
You may pay fees at your child's school office or during One Stop Enrollment by check, cash, credit card, or auto-debit.
You may also pay your fees online using RevTrak.
Middle and High School Students: These are the paper forms you will need to sign if your student participates in activities. You can pick them up at the school office or print them from the website.
Concussion Form 21-22 (must be signed by all student athletes and parent/guardians before the student participates in any athletic or spirit practice or contest each school year)
Physical Form 21-22 (for any student participating in sports)
High School Students Only:
We look forward to a great year together!
End of 1st Semester - December 17 - School Dismissed at 11:30
Christmas Break - December 20 - January 2
School Resumes -January 3
No School - Teacher Professional Day - January 17
On behalf of our teachers, staff, and school board I welcome you to our district webpage. We are proud of the important work we do with kids to set them up for success and personal well-being this day, this year, and in their future.
We are small-town schools where strong relationships are an integral part of what we do—our principals know every student. Our high school students pair with elementary students (Greenback Match), providing positive leadership and building connections within our student family. Elementary and middle school students hold daily “family” meetings to foster our sense of teamwork and togetherness. Developing our students’ social-emotional strengths is an important goal because we recognize its connection to personal well-being and success both now and in the future.
Because of our size, we are still able to provide a wide variety of opportunities for our students. We have first-class arts programs (band, vocal, theater, debate, forensics, and art), a model elementary MTSS program, an enrichment program for all students, multiple career pathways with instructors in the specialties, and internship and apprenticeship programs. With our connection to Pratt Community College, our college-bound students often leave with 15-30 hours or more of college credit.
In athletics and activities, we compete at a high level—4A for most activities (3A in football). This level allows our entire student body to participate and be successful in multiple activities if they are willing to commit and work hard. But, make no mistake, you must compete with grit to be successful at our level. We have Greenback alumni on scholarship at D1 and D2 programs as well as smaller colleges, community colleges, and technical schools—both for athletics and academics. Regardless of the educational path they choose to take when they leave us, we are proud of our Greenback graduates who are positive contributors to our community and others.
We are small schools with big opportunities. We are a Greenback family. If you would like a tour, please feel free to contact our principals or myself.
Tony Helfrich, Superintendent
Pratt Schools USD 382