Late Start Due to Weather Jan 25, 2021
January 24, 2021

Pratt Community College will delay 2 hours on Monday, January 25 due to inclement weather. 8am and 9am classes are cancelled. Classes and offices will open at 10:00am. 

A Message from Athletic Director Tim Swartzendruber
January 15, 2021

The KJCCC developed guidelines and protocols for athletics this spring. I am highlighting items I felt might be of interest. .

• Each school will do daily COVID screenings
• Schools will send weekly updates of COVID results to Commissioner
• There will be mandatory game day screening which includes screening for the school before they depart for a contest and when they arrive at their destination. This screening must take place within six hours of the contest.
• Athletic Trainers or Administration will do game day screenings for both their school and visiting…

Spring 2021 Campus Return Guidelines for all Students, Faculty and Staff
January 12, 2021

Safety is a top priority at Pratt Community College. The actions of all students, faculty and staff have a big impact on what everything looks like when classes and activities resume in January.

The Return to Campus Task Force at Pratt Community College just released an Addendum to PCC’s COVID-19 guidelines, expectations and procedures to ensure the safest possible return for the Spring 2021 semester.

This updated information includes policies and precautions as well as new COVID-19 screening and testing protocols, and first competition dates for all Spring Athletics.…

Pratt Community College Fall 2020 Honor Roll
January 08, 2021

Pratt Community College has released the honor roll for the Fall 2020 semester.

The following honors and awards will be recognized at Pratt Community College:

President's Honor Roll 4.0
Dean's Honor Roll 3.5 - 3.9

Following below are the various honor roll designations alphabetically by last name.

President’s Honor Roll

Agnew, Archie
Aparicio-Chavez, Cristian
Atkinson, Bryce
Atwood, Jaden
Baalmann, Ethan
Baker, Elijah
Baker, Lucas
Bannister, Faith
Beeson, Jacob
Blankenship, Caden
Burger, Reid…

COVID-19 Guidelines for Students, Faculty and Staff on Holiday Break
December 21, 2020

The actions of all students, faculty and staff over the Holiday Break can have a big impact on what everything looks like when Athletics, Activities and Spring classes resume in January.

Pratt Community College health nurse Leigh Ann Hall offers the following guidelines regarding COVID-19 for gatherings and activities over the break, especially as student athletes will be returning to campus early.

COVID-19 Guidelines

Getting a flu shot before returning to campus can greatly reduce the chances of spreading the flu virus, and help distinguish between flu or COVID-…
Pratt Community College Hosts 2020 Legislative Luncheon
December 16, 2020

Pratt Community College hosted the 2020 Legislative Luncheon in a socially-distanced fashion on campus.

  The Legislative Luncheon is held annually in December with PCC hosting area legislators, both Senators and Representatives, and other community officials.    Attendees included the PCC Board of Trustees, the college administrative team, USD 382 Superintendent Tony Helfrich, members of the USD 382 Board, and USD 438 Superintendent Becca Flowers.    Legislative guests were Senator Larry Alley (Winfield -District 32), Senator-Elect Alicia Straub (Ellinwood-District 33), Representative…
Ag Power Program Hosts Visitors from Technical School in Louisiana
December 15, 2020

Good news travels fast. And in this case, about 900 miles.

  When representatives from Fletcher Community Technical College in Houma, Louisiana began looking for guidance on starting a brand new Agricultural Power Technology program, the Ag Power program at Pratt Community college ranked at the top of their list.   So Mark Arceneaux, head of the Agriculture Technology Department, and instructor Cole Sawyer made their way to Pratt Community College for a visit.   PCC Instructor Ralph Williams was happy to show them around.   “They are starting an Ag Diesel training program from scratch…