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 healthy decisions in a supportive school environment that will positively contribute to their academic success.
The middle/high schools are commended for having school health and safety policies and environments, health education, physical education and other physical activity programs, nutrition services, health promotion for staff, and family and community involvement.
Healthy schools create an environment where students can become fit, healthy, and ready to learn. These schools help students achieve their full academic potential as well as supporting them in developing lifelong healthy behaviors. A healthy school provides clear and consistent health messages, accurate health information, and ample opportunity to use it. They recognize that what happens in the classroom, gymnasium, cafeteria, at school events, at home, and in the community are interrelated and can reinforce healthy behaviors. Across Wisconsin, families, teachers, school administrators, students, and community members are joining forces to promote healthy schools to improve health and academic outcomes.
Joining Mineral Point in the Bronze category were schools from the following districts: Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Chequamegon, Greendale, Hayward, Johnson Creek, Kiel, Lakeland, Middleton-Cross Plains, Milwaukee, Neenah, Hudson, and Tomahawk.
To view the complete list, click here: https://dpi.wi.gov/sites/default/files/imce/sspw/pdf/wshawinners2017.pdf