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State Forensics Field Is Set

The State Forensics field is now set. Congratulations to all of Mineral Point’s qualifiers! Bold font entries are events that qualified through Districts Saturday, March 25 at UW-Platteville. Regular font entries are events that had Spring Break conflicts, which qualified through Mini-Districts Wednesday, March 8 in Mineral Point. Students needed to score a 20 (or … Read More

Wrestlers Feted for Fine Season

The Mineral Point Wrestling Team held its annual awards banquet Sunday, March 19 at Dodge-Point Country Club. Award winners were as follows: Varsity, left to right: Danny Pittz: Most Wins and Most Valuable; Mitchell Schaaf: Most Reversals; Caden Carey: Most Wins; Lucas Sanchez: Most Escapes; Riley Workman: Most Wins, Most Nearfalls, and Most Pins; Boone … Read More

Three Pointers Make SWAL Boys Basketball Squad

SWAL BOYS BASKETBALL 2016-2017 ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM   FINAL STANDINGS SCHOOL RECORD COACH Darlington 14 – 0 Tom Uppena Fennimore 11 – 3 Tom Needham Mineral Point 11 – 3 Dan Burreson Iowa-Grant 7 – 7 Ryan Hill Cuba City 5 – 9 Jerry Petitgoue Boscobel 4 – 10 Levi Esters Southwestern 4 – 10 Clint … Read More

School Board Candidate Forum Held

Wednesday, March 15 the Mineral Point School District hosted its annual School Board Candidate Forum. (Scroll past the video for times of topics discussed). The election is set for Tuesday, April 4. Voters will be asked to select not more than two of the candidates: Kelly Gundlach, Mike Thousand, Glenn E. Kinch, Jeff Basting. There … Read More

Math Team Brings Home Golds at SWAL Meet

The Mineral Point Middle and High School Math Teams had another stellar SWAL Conference Meet on Thursday, March 9 in Fennimore. For the high school, one gold, silver, and bronze are awarded in each division (unless there is a tie). Mineral Point tied for the top score in the Pre-Calculus Division with Abby Shannon bringing … Read More

Nevers Wins Kohl Teacher Fellowship Award

The selection committee for the Herb Kohl Educational Foundation Scholarship, Fellowship, and Leadership Program announced Wednesday, March 15 the recipients of the 2017 Herb Kohl Foundation awards for students, teachers, and principals. Awards in the amount of $3,000 are being made to 100 teachers, 16 principals, and their schools, and $5,000 scholarships will be given … Read More

Board Views Talented Tech Ed Demonstrations

At Monday night’s regular monthly meeting, the Mineral Point School Board was treated to student demonstrations of great work being created with the plasma cutter, 3D printer, and laser engraver in Mike Robinson’s and Kyle Carey’s classes. (Scroll past video for more article and photos)   Lane Eggers, Bodhi Logueflower, Devon Manning, Tommie Loken, Jake … Read More

Musicians Qualify for State

Mineral Point Middle and High School musicians competed at the Wisconsin School Music Association’s District Solo/Ensemble Contest held at Southwestern Saturday, March 11. The following received a Starred First rating in Class A and have advanced to the State competition at UW-Platteville to be held Saturday, April 29. Michaela Acherman, Soprano Vocal Solo Megan Berg, … Read More

Girls Basketball Holds Awards Banquet for Outstanding Season

Sunday, March 12, the Mineral Point High School Girls Basketball team was honored for another outstanding season at its annual awards banquet. Award winners pictured, left to right: Malorie Johnson: Most Improved and 2017-18 Captain; McKenna Reichling: SWAL All-Conference Honorable Mention, 2017-18 Captain, Most Assists (85); Cassie Bossert: SWAL All-Conference Honorable Mention; Sydney Staver: SWAL … Read More

Loken Wins Sectional FFA Speaking Contest

On March 8th, the Mineral Point FFA attended the Sectional FFA Speaking Contest at Argyle. There were seven participants from Mineral Point competing. The 8th grade quiz bowlers that competed where Mason Hughes, Chandler Workman, Rita Wilson, and Cecilia Stanton. In the prepared speaking contest, Tommie Loken placed 1st and will be moving on to … Read More

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