Preparing Future Leaders

At PACT, we focus on building relationships with students while challenging them to grow as community leaders. Our student-focused curriculum builds a foundation of knowledge to help them become lifelong critical thinkers.

Our dedicated faculty team utilizes a robust curriculum to challenge the minds of our students. Our teachers continue to grow in their desire to impact the heart of our students to be sure they develop a lifelong love of learning.


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Instructional Methods

The goals of our teaching methods and curriculum are to promote higher-level thinking in students, meeting them at their ability level and helping them to reach their full potential. This is accomplished in various ways, including:

  • Incorporating multiple intelligences: logical, intrapersonal, musical, kinesthetic, spatial, linguistic, naturalistic, interpersonal
  • Incorporating research-based student engagement techniques
  • Teaching students how to research using a variety of resources
  • Integrating subjects and cross-curricular projects when appropriate
  • Providing an emotionally and physically safe, positive learning environment
  • Working Collaboratively
  • Training students in decision-making
  • Differentiating instruction

Core Courses

Language Arts
We use quality literature to inspire and demonstrate the importance of ethical behavior. Reading instruction includes the use of market curriculum resources, including anthologies and leveled readers, as well as teacher-made units. Students continue to work on reading skills by exploring different genres. There is a focus on writing, grammar, and speaking to ready them for adult life and post-secondary education options. Whenever possible, students read literature selections based on what is currently being studied in social studies or science.
  • Language Arts - Grade 9
  • Language Arts - Grade 10
  • British and World Literature - Grades 11/12
  • American Literature - Grades 11/12

Specials Courses

Physical Education/Health
  • Team Sports - Grades 9-12
  • Personal Fitness and Weightlifting - Grades 9-12
  • Individual Sports - Grades 9-12
  • Advanced Team Sports - Grades 9-12

Unique Learning Opportunities

Teachers Assistant (TA)
This course offers high school students the opportunity to increase their knowledge in that subject area of interest, assist teachers with ongoing classroom preparation, perform research, and provide assistance to other students on assignments or through tutoring. Students must be on track toward graduation and have successfully completed the course in which they would like to be a TA. 

Classroom Support


The After School Assistance Program (ASAP) is for students who desire a supervised period after school. The room will run after school from 3:05-6 p.m. and will be staffed by a PACT educator. 

Any Secondary student who knows he/she will be staying after school to meet with a teacher, take a test, work on an assignment, wait for a sibling or a sporting event, etc., can sign in at ASAP room. All regular school expectations and rules apply. 


Classroom Management

Love and Logic

The Love and Logic approach is a behavior management program that has been very effective in dealing with issues in the classroom. It neutralizes arguing, offers delayed consequences, shows empathy, and develops a positive teacher-student relationship. It’s a way to set enforceable limits that prevents power struggles and guide students to own and solve their problems. It has been a valuable tool for PACT’s teachers that allows them to enjoy time with their students!

To support our Love and Logic discipline philosophy, our Secondary program utilizes a School Discipline Support Room. The room is used as a tool for teachers and students to work out behavior issues after school. This allows students to stay in the classroom during the day, so they do not miss out on instruction. The room is staffed by a teacher and runs after school from 3:15-4:15 p.m., as needed.

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Romelle Pornschloegl

Executive Director of Secondary Education
763-712-4200 | Email
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Jenelle Moehn

Assistant Director of Education
763-712-4200 | Email
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Kasie Peters

Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Coordinator
763-712-4200 | Email
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School Counselor (grades 7-9-11)

Trista Rudstrom
763-712-4200, ext 1267 | Email
Room 267

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School Counselor (grades 8-10-12)

Andrea Shoup
763-712-4200, ext. 1266 |  Email
Room 266

Contact Us

PACT Charter School
7250 East Ramsey Parkway NW
Ramsey, MN 55303 

Phone: 763-712-4200
Absence line: 763-712-4200, option 2
Fax: 763-712-4201



Office Hours

School Year
7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. 
Teachers leave @ 3:30 p.m. 

Non-School Fridays
7:30 a.m. - Noon

School Breaks
Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Closed Holidays and Fridays


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