EQUITY; we meet scholars and families where they are and strategically allocate our limited resources to meet their academic and social/emotional needs to ensure that all students are college, career, and life ready.
Henry's own 'FIRST Team 2500 Herobotics' again won the highest regional award at a robotics competition this last Saturday in Iowa and so will be advancing to the International Championship in St Louis! Commenting on the award, the judges highlighted how students provided more than 9,000 hours of community service, developed a Minneapolis robotics hub and created a strong, well rounded team, as some key reasons for their earning the highest award.
Gisele Ayala-Corall (9th grade) and A’jeviah Gunn (10th grade) were selected to represent Patrick Henry High School this weekend at the Regional History Day Contest at North High School. Giselle created a documentary about the 1968 East LA Walkouts and A’jeviah created a poster about Martin Luther King Jr. This year's History Day Theme was, “Taking a Stand.” Check these ladies out Saturday, March 25 at North High. You are invited to view the exhibits, open for public display, 9-11:30 a.m.
Author Mai Neng Moua returns to Henry to engage students in followup dialogue of her newly released memoir, The Bride Price. She will be accompanied by special guests: Representative Fue Lee and Minneapolis Council Member Blong Yang3 - 4:30pm in the cafeteria. All are welcome!
Wednesday, February 1st is National Signing Day and two of our very own are signing letters of intent to amazing schools on football scholarships! We congratulate Javien Versey and La'Ryountae Taylor on their athletic and academic achievements. The PHamily is proud of you both Javien and La'ryountae!
The mission of Patrick Henry High School is to create a diverse community that values and supports the experiences of inquiry and learning through meaningful opportunities that bring intercultural understanding to our educators, our neighbors and our world. At Patrick Henry, we meet scholars and families where they are and strategically allocate our limited resources to meet their academic and social/emotional needs to ensure that all students are college, career and life ready. We create this culture by focusing on maintaining a caring and supportive environment, connecting to families and communities, being culturally responsive and preparing our students for college and careers. Restorative practices and restorative circles are strategies that our Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports team has implemented with students and staff. We value the fostering of high-quality relationships among our staff, students and families to ensure understanding, acceptance and resolution through stressful circumstances. The safety of our students and staff is always our top priority, and fighting is not tolerated at school or on school property. We work hard to foster a culture of inclusion and respect at our school, and we are committed to following the MPS discipline policies.
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