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Two Named to Middle School WSMA State Honors Project

A big congratulations to Julianna Cool and Josie Dunn who auditioned and were accepted to the prestigious Wisconsin School Music Association (WSMA)‘s Middle School State Honors Band! The duo will perform in Madison during late October as part of the Wisconsin State Music Conference.

Graduation Ceremonies

We are excited to celebrate our 5th, 8th & 12th Grade Graduates and are so proud of all they’ve accomplished! Details below: 5th Grade Graduation Tuesday, May 18 Ceremony recording: https://youtu.be/Pr95f_dYIv4 Graduate slideshow: https://youtu.be/LS_DyUm2TP8 8th Grade Graduation Friday, May 21 Ceremony recording: https://youtu.be/YUVmBRptFuc Graduate slideshow: https://youtu.be/UQCC0XMEx44 12th Grade Graduation Friday, May 21 Ceremony recording: https://youtu.be/5wxmfVp4_M0 Graduate slideshow: https://youtu.be/oL04XqtzfLo

Summer School 2021

#PointerNation is excited to be offering free summer school to keep students engaged! Our program is open to all students who are residents of the Mineral Point Unified School District. The deadline to register is May 19. Please read more details about our offerings in this booklet: Elementary families should register with this link: https://forms.gle/YWW2tLAJYsEFLxWh6 Middle/High… Continue Reading Summer School 2021

Pointer Praise 2021 — Mineral Point Excellence in Education Endowment Staff Appreciation Campaign

Staff Appreciation Week will be celebrated in the Mineral Point Unified School District the week of May 10. #PointerNation is so very fortunate to have dedicated and caring staff members, going above and beyond for student success. Pointers everywhere can honor their favorite Mineral Point staff members by sending them a free personalized ‘Pointer Praise’… Continue Reading Pointer Praise 2021 — Mineral Point Excellence in Education Endowment Staff Appreciation Campaign

Pointer Libraries Receive Grant

The American Library Association (ALA) has announced the recipients of nearly $1 million in funding for small and rural libraries, the second grant distribution as part of the association’s Libraries Transforming Communities: Focus on Small and Rural Libraries initiative. The Mineral Point Unified School District is a proud recipient of one of these grants. The… Continue Reading Pointer Libraries Receive Grant

Board Makes Changes to End of School Year Instruction

The School Board held its regular monthly meeting Monday night and made decisions impacting instruction during the final weeks of the 2020-21 school year. Video link: https://youtu.be/fh7IvzD8DAM The Board held lengthy discussion around returning to school five days in-person per week for the remainder of the school year. Currently, Wednesdays are virtual. (Go to the two… Continue Reading Board Makes Changes to End of School Year Instruction

MPMS 3rd Quarter Honor Roll

Mineral Point Middle School is proud to announce its 3rd Quarter Honor Roll for the 2020-21 school year. HIGH HONORS Eighth Grade: Reid Acherman, Allyson Baehler, Lillianna Berget, Hallie Brant, Cylin Carey, Roen Carey, Addison Christopher, Isabelle Coogan, Julianna Cool, Isabella Dannenberg, Colton Dochnahl, Michael Edgington, Matthew Goninen, Elizabeth Hoffman, Eliza Ingwell, Alan James, Ella… Continue Reading MPMS 3rd Quarter Honor Roll

Mental Health Matters Week

The school district and community are excited about holding Mental Health Matters Week coming up in May, bringing awareness to this important topic. Iowa County Mental Health Matters Events Mental Health Matters Monday, May 3 Highland Blackhawk Lake, free admission for self guided trail walks 3:00pm-6:00pm Darlington Library pick up a Swag Bag 3:30-5:00p  MP: … Continue Reading Mental Health Matters Week

Board Continues to Review Instructional Model

The Board continued to review the current instructional model at its regular March monthly meeting. Video link: https://youtu.be/NSWKPfr__VA Currently, students are in-person four days per week. Wednesdays are used for virtual instruction, connections with all-virtual students, staff collaboration, as well as enrichment and remedial activities for students. A motion was made to return to a five… Continue Reading Board Continues to Review Instructional Model

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