Skyline Schools

USD 438 • Pratt, Kansas

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Emergency Safety Intervention

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Self-Administer Meds

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Self-Administer Meds

Prescription Meds

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Prescription Meds

Non-Prescription Meds

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Non-Prescription Meds

It is time for seniors to apply for local scholarships.

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Charles Young Scholarship

Applications for the Charles Young Scholarship are due April 27th, 2018, at 4 p.m.

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Senior Ads

Dear Senior Parents,
If you would like to purchase a recognition ad for your 2018 graduate, please follow the link and fill out the form. Small ads are $45 and larger ads are $6o. Small ads can accommodate 1 photo and about 35 words. Large ads have a limit of 2 photos and about 50 words. Please invite grandparents and other family members or close friends to purchase an ad for your student.
The Yearbook Staff

2017 Kansas State Fair Performance

Student Success Services

This section of the web will contain ACT and scholarship information.


Vision Screening Letter to Parents

Dear Parents,

In 2001, the Kansas Legislature KSA72-5205 was amended to state that:

Each pupil needing assistance in achieving mastery of basic reading, writing, and mathematics skills shall be encouraged to obtain an eye examination by an optometrist or opthalmologist to determine if the pupil suffers from conditions which impair the ability to read. Expense for such examination, if not reimbursed through Medicaid, Healthwave, private insurance or other governmental or private program, shall be the responsibility of the pupil’s parent or guardian.

A school vision screening does not obtain an exact diagnosis, but is used to help identify students who have a risk of refractive error and to refer them to have a professional eye exam. We at USD 438 strongly encourage parents of pupils who receive any special services to obtain an eye examination by an optometrist or ophthalmologist, regardless of their school screening results, to determine if the student suffers from any eye conditions that could possibly impair his or her ability to read. Early identification and treatment may lead to improved academic performance or help to identify or remove a barrier to learning. We also always welcome receiving a copy of your student’s exam results to update their school record when they visit their eye doctor. Please feel free to contact the Health office at 620-672-5651 if you have any concerns.


Karen Wilcox RN
Skyline School Nurse

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