MP Ranked #2 K-12 District in Wisconsin

The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction has released state report cards, based on 2016-17 school data. The Mineral Point Unified School District has scored a 90.7, which places it into the Significantly Exceeds Expectations category, a five star rating. When looking at K-12 districts statewide, Mineral Point ranks 2nd behind Sevastopol with 94.5 (some districts … Read More

MPMS 1st Quarter Honor Roll

Mineral Point Middle School is proud to announce its First Quarter Honor Roll for the 2017-18 school year. HIGH HONORS Sixth Grade: Malea Aschliman, Abigail Backes, Madigan Chitwood, Charles Davee, Elizabeth Dunn, Gracelyn Foster, Derek Hottenstein, Estella James, Morgan Palzkill, Brady Radtke, Alex Ross, Addison Ryser, Regan Schuette, Landon Thousand, Bryce Vamstad, Abigail Webb, Eleanor … Read More

#PointerNation Welcomes Melissa Kress

Seventh in the 2017-18 New Staff Series   Melissa Kress Instructional Assistant   Hometown: Lancaster High School: Lancaster College: in 2003, she earned her Associate of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice. In 2018, she will earn her Bachelor’s in Human Services from Upper Iowa University. Previous employment: Prior to Mineral Point, she worked in Belmont … Read More

Homecoming 2017

Mineral Point School District is anxiously anticipating celebrating its 2017 Homecoming September 25-30. This year’s theme is Pointer Hair Band Nation (A Rock and Roll Flashback to the Big Hair ‘80s). Court members are, left to right, front row: Senior Representative Peyton Ross; Senior Queen Candidates Amanda Murphy, Malorie Johnson, and Madison Bowers; Senior Representative … Read More

#PointerNation Welcomes Erin Leonard

First in the 2017-18 New Staff series   Erin Leonard Options in Education Teacher/Math Interventionist   Hometown: Belmont High school graduated from: Belmont College: Erin earned her Bachelor of Science from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville in Elementary Education with a minor in Early Childhood. She then went on to obtain her Reading Teacher License from … Read More

3rd Year in a Row for State School Health Award

Mineral Point Middle/High School has been named a 2017 Bronze Wisconsin School Health Award winner from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. This is the third year in a row the district has received this honor. Receiving this award signifies Mineral Point Middle/High School’s commitment to providing students with the knowledge and skills to make … Read More

Registration 2017-2018

Again this year, the Mineral Point School District will be gathering student demographics and forms utilizing Skyward Family Access.  Our goal is to allow you to complete these tasks from home so you do NOT have to wait in line. MPSD will have two Information/Picture Days at the Middle/High School Cafetorium, August 3 and August 15 … Read More

MPMS 4th Quarter Honor Roll

Mineral Point Middle School is proud to announce its 4th Quarter Honor Roll for the 2016-17 school year. HIGH HONORS 6th Grade: Ava Burnham, Jackson Busch, Genevieve Byrnes, Katelyn Cox, Jenna Dailey, Alana DuBois, Emma Federman, Cole Ferrell, Teona Hansen, Maddix Jackson, Kendall Kilpatrick, Carson Kroll, Brody Lee, Abel Logueflower, Max Murphy, MacKenzie Ripp, Joey … Read More

Board Votes to Add Mental Health Services for MP Students

Mineral Point students needing mental health services will now have resources right at school beginning in the fall. (Scroll past the video for more article text) At Monday night’s meeting, the Board unanimously approved (with member Lisa Hay absent) CWM Counseling, a mental health agency based out of Platteville, to offer services in each school … Read More

Matching Gift Creates Opportunity to Support Mineral Point Students

Thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor, Mineral Point students with negative lunch balances have the opportunity to end the school year in the black. In order to achieve this goal, the donor will match up to $750 of additional monies generated by the community to support this effort by Friday, May 19. Children … Read More