Welcome to MPHS!

Welcome to Mineral Point High School, where our mission is to offer a high quality education that empowers all students with the knowledge and skills to become responsible citizens. Our quality education starts with a dedicated staff that provides excellent opportunities for all students to reach their potential. We have strong academic and extra-curricular offerings … Read More

Project Cost

The total cost of the project is $594,500 with the possibility of in-kind donations reducing the project total. The project total includes: Football field renovation• Strip, grade, amend soil, and seed• Irrigation• Fencing Site work• Concrete Football Field Lighting Bleachers and Press Box• Minimum 1000 Seat Bleachers Engineering and Geotechnical Services• Site Design and Survey• … Read More

Mineral Point Stadium History

The current stadium was built in the 1930s. The track hasn’t been resurfaced since the mid-1980s, and the field hasn’t been recrowned in over 25 years. The following are issues with the current field at the old high school: No locker rooms and showers Field is not regulation (too short) Distance from the high school … Read More

Stadium FAQs

How will the project be funded?The overwhelming majority of the project will be funded using private funds. However, the school district recognizes ownership in the current stadium and the related routine maintenance required. In partnership with the community, the district has discussed making available funding for relocating the stadium at a comparable amount to the … Read More

About Elementary Art

Welcome to the Elementary Art home page! Thanks for visiting us! We plan to have a lot more information for you soon! Check back often to see what we’ve come up with!

Classroom Management for Pre-K

Our classroom management method focuses on helping children redirect themselves in a positive way by making appropriate choices. Children are given chances to modify poor choices, such as interrupting a friend or hurting someone else’s feelings. If the child does not change his/her inappropriate behavior they are moved to the next level of our “Stoplight … Read More

Preschool School Supply List

3 large glue sticks (Elmer’s washable purple works best) 1 large bottle of glue 2 boxes of crayons (24 pack, regular size) 1 set Crayola Classic Colors Markers (fine tip) 1 set watercolor paints 1 box tissue 4 Dry Erase Markers (large size) 1 Plastic BLUE folder 1 package napkins 1 container disinfecting wipes (Clorox, … Read More

Wish List

The following items are things that we would love to have for our classroom. However, they are “wishes,” not necessities – please only donate them if you would like to. Thanks! Ziploc Bags – large and small Wax paper Tin foil Small paper plates

Preschool Curriculum

In preschool we use the Building Language for Literacy curriculum. This program develops oral language and early literacy skills. By using Building Language for Literacy, we help to prepare children for reading success using high-quality literature, songs and poems, rich vocabulary, and language-loving characters. We also foster the children’s awareness in other domains such as … Read More

Welcome to Kindergarten

Teaching Kindergarten is wonderful because the kids come to us eager to learn and excited about school.  They learn and grow very rapidly at this age and make us smile with their energy and excitement! We believe in teaching the whole child, socially, emotionally, and academically, using developmentally appropriate techniques which promote positive, independent learners … Read More