The 2014-15 school year is off and running, and Mineral Point Elementary School has exciting plans and high expectations for your child’s learning. I know that you also have many hopes and dreams for your child’s success in school and beyond. To make sure those hopes and dreams are realized, I want to ask for … Read More
Resources for Ch 1 People and Government Slideshow for sections 1 and 2 Noteguide for sections 1 and 2 Slideshow for sections 3 and 4 Noteguide for section 3 Noteguide for section 4
Resources for Ch 2 Slideshow for first 2 sections on Egypt and Mesopotamia. Noteguide for Section 1. Noteguide for Section 2. Slideshow for last 2 sections on Indus and China. Noteguide for section 3. Noteguide for section 4.
The American Federation for Children (AFC) in conjunction with the Alliance for School Choice, is launching a Wisconsin initiative to push for the expansion of taxpayer-funded private school vouchers. A Capital Times news article highlights the role of out-of-state billionaires in bankrolling AFC’s efforts in Wisconsin and elsewhere. Does Wisconsin expansion of taxpayer subsidized private education diminish or enhance … Read More
Congratulations to the 2014 Homecoming Court. On behalf of Mineral Point High School, we invite you to attend the homecoming parade down High Street on Thursday, September 25th at 6:15pm, with the pep rally to follow at the game field. Then on Friday, September 26th, the Mineral Point Pointers take on rival team, Iowa Grant, … Read More
MPHS’s Hannah Owens discusses her victory at the Darlington Invitational:
Here is the slideshow for Ch 3 sec 1 and sec 2. Here is the slideshow for Ch 3 sec 3 and 4.
Resources Slideshow for Chapter 1 Human Beginnings Chapter 1 noteguide
The school doors opened last week and the beginning of another exciting school year has commenced. The first few days went really well: full staffing was in place, students found their way to classes, students enrolled unexpectedly on the first day, and busses ran without issue. Enrollment trends remain stable. Open enrollment found a net gain … Read More