WELCOME TO PRAIRIE SEEDS ACADEMY!
If you are looking for a robust public Charter School that provides college preparatory training, a compassionate global community of students, a family weaving together the traditions and celebrations of their many heritages and cultures, competitive soccer and basketball teams, wide-ranging community service programs, and a great atmosphere for learning, Prairie Seeds Academy is for you! Drawing students from the entire Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area, we are helping in molding future generations.
Prairie Seeds Academy is an International Baccalaureate -MYP Candidate School. Whether engaging in one of our academic programs, honors programs, college classes in school, PSEO, students discover their true passions and interests. The National Honor Society and a host of other activities, our students discover a love of learning, their place in society, their purpose in the world, their need for community engagement and their own deep personal gratification.
We strive to sustain a zero tolerance in bullying, and harassment at PSA. We seed feelings of safety and acceptance for all. We hold tremendous respect and appreciation across the board for the work and effort of each other. We carefully nurture our students from kindergarten through high school and marvel as they become ready for the challenges that they will be facing as peacemakers, educators, and business leaders.
We invite you to learn more about us: Explore our website. Come for a visit. Discover Prairie Seeds Academy.
Cha Ger Yang, CEO, Prairie Seeds Academy
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Family Come for Conferences and Flu Shots!
PSA students and families met with staff and teachers to create opportunities! Thanks to all who made this a wonderful event.
Nov 14th EL Parent Student Night A Success!
Thanks to our English Language Learning Staff, and all PSA staff and teachers, the EL Parent Student Night was a great success! Parents were provided with information, sweatshirts, books and backpacks filled with supplies for their students. Parents also found out about PSA’s community service, honor society and college support. More information here. . .
Bullying: Not Welcomed at PSA
In a sea of orange attire PSA students sat quietly on Friday morning to listen to teachers and student stories about how bullying had adversely affected their lives.
Nov 8th was the end of an emotional week of stories and sharing. Students talked about all types of bullying. They took part in activities, watched skits by the National Honor Society, created posters, and played games to learn about being kind.
High School student Cindy Vang produced a video about bullying. She interviewed staff and teachers including Ms. Rachel. Click on the button below to view the video:
Anti-bullying is very important at PSA–at the Hmong Independence Festival in July and Afrifest last summer, bullying was one of the primary questions asked by parents: “What is your school’s policy on bullying?” “What steps do you take to prevent bullying?” “How do you help victims of bullying?” Parents wanted to know this because they reported seeing their children subjected to bullying–for many different reasons. They wanted to know that PSA would be pro-active.
Middle school students watched another powerful video called To this Day. Click Below:
Our goal is to be a global community where everyone is included and where each person can find a loving and supportive place to grow and learn. We celebrate our differences, and we are so much stronger because of it.
National Honor Society Students Create AntiBullying Campaigns
Organizing school assemblies, skits, questionnaires, and posters National Honor Society Students are rocking PSA with information and tips about AntiBullying. “We want our school to be safe–for all students. We know that many students are here because they were harassed or put down at other schools. Here we are a global community. All students must feel that they are welcome, and that they are a part of the team,” says NHS student CJ Damey. NHS Supports PSA Students as caring Global Citizens. . .
PSA Alum Soccer Star, Isaac Kannah earns weekly MAC honor
Junior Isaac Kannah (Plymouth, Minn./Prairie Seeds Academy) of was named Mid-American Conference Men’s Soccer Player of the Week on Monday following his three goals last week in a pair of matches against Eastern Illinois and Akron. “This is a very well deserved accolade for Isaac,” said NIU head coach Eric Luzzi. “He obviously had a good week, but the reality is that Isaac is one of the most dangerous attacking players in our conference, and he has the potential to be explosive every time he steps on the field. I expect that Isaac will continue performing at a very high level for the remainder of the season.” Kannah netted a pair of goals Tuesday, Oct. 22, as NIU defeated Eastern Illinois, 3-0, in the first night game at the NIU Soccer and Track & Field Complex. The Plymouth, Minn., native opened the scoring in the 24th minute and doubled NIU’s advantage in the final minute before halftime. Kannah played 82 minutes in a starting role against the Panthers, recording three shots while registering the first multi-goal game of his NIU career. Kannah followed his performance against Eastern Illinois with another goal on Saturday (Oct. 26) in NIU’s 2-1 setback at Akron. Against the Zips, Kannah made his 13th start of the season, playing 89 minutes with four shots. He scored in the 15th minute to pull the Huskies level, 1-1. On the season, Kannah has appeared in all 14 matches, scoring a team-best six games while leading NIU with 36 total shots. Kannah has played in 54 matches during three seasons as a Huskie, tallying 10 goals while recording seven assists. This is Kannah’s first career conference player of the week honor.
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