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MPMS 3rd Quarter Honor Roll

Mineral Point Middle School is proud to announce its 3rd Quarter Honor Roll for the 2018-19 school year. HIGH HONORS 8th Grade: Oliver Benson, Genevieve Byrnes, Allison Chitwood, Marcus Cool, Katelyn Cox, Jenna Dailey, Alana DuBois, Emma Federman, Cole Ferrell, Jaiden Galle, Quenten Gunderson, Maddix Jackson, Carson Kroll, Brody Lee, Abel Logueflower, Max Murphy, Tyler … Read More

#PointerNation Welcomes Curtis Fiedler

Curtis Fiedler has been hired as the new Middle School Special Education Teacher beginning with the 2019-20 school year. Curtis Fiedler Middle School Special Education Teacher Hometown: Mineral Point High school graduated from: Mineral Point College: Curtis received his Bachelor of Science degree from UW-Whitewater in Cross Categorical Special Education with an emphasis in Cognitive … Read More

Gold at State Solo & Ensemble

Mineral Point Middle and High School Musicians culminated their Solo & Ensemble competition season with the State Festival at UW-Platteville Saturday, April 27. Congratulations to our instrumentalists and vocalists! Those receiving First Place ratings include: Megan Berg, Soprano solo Megan Berg, French Horn solo Alexis Berget, Musical Theatre solo Gena Byrnes, Musical Theatre solo Jazmine … Read More

2019 Summer School

This year our summer school registration will take place on line. The links below will be available until May 1st. After this date the registration will be closed and the links will no longer be available. If you have any questions please email me at jane.barr@mp.k12.wi.us or call 987-0710. I will be happy to assist with this new online … Read More

Board Hears Budget Development Timeline

Superintendent Mitch Wainwright discussed the Budget Development Timeline for the 2019-20 school year with the Board at its regular monthly meeting Monday night. (Scroll past the video for more article text) To view the timeline, visit: https://v3.boardbook.org/Public/PublicItemDownload.aspx?ik=44127847 Finance Committee Chair Andy Busch is planning on a meeting prior to the next full Board meeting in … Read More

Additional Make-Up Time Information

Due to additional time off for inclement weather after our last communication, we have again had to alter our schedule to make up for lost instructional time in order to meet the state mandated requirement. The main change is making three early release Wednesdays (April 24, May 15, May 22) full days for all students. … Read More

Math Teams Bring Home Gold

On Monday, March 18, Mineral Point Middle and High School mathletes hosted the annual SWAL Math Team Contest. The schools participating this year were Boscobel, Cuba City, Darlington, Fennimore, Iowa-Grant, Mineral Point, Riverdale, and Southwestern. For the high school, one gold, silver, and bronze are awarded in each division (unless there is a tie). Team … Read More

Solo & Ensemble Entries Qualify for State

Mineral Point Middle and High School Band, and Middle School Choir, students participated in District Solo & Ensemble Saturday, March 9 at Darlington. High School Choir students will participate Saturday, April 6 at Iowa-Grant. The Class A Starred First entries will advance to the State Competition Saturday, April 27 at UW-Platteville. CLASS A Starred First: … Read More

MPMS 2nd Quarter Honor Roll

Mineral Point Middle School is proud to announce its Second Quarter Honor Roll for the 2018-19 school year. HIGH HONORS Eighth Grade: Genevieve Byrnes, Allison Chitwood, Katelyn Cox, Jenna Dailey, Alana DuBois, Emma Federman, Cole Ferrell, Maddix Jackson, Carson Kroll, Brody Lee, Abel Logueflower, Cooper Palzkill, Tarrin Riley, Mackenzie Ripp, Joey Robinson, Kylie Rule, Sophia … Read More

Inclement Weather Make Up Day Plan

MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL February 13, 2019 Hello Middle and High School Families — After consulting with Transportation Director Todd Schmitz regarding busing concerns from families with the new start time, we have had to make a slight change to our previously proposed schedule (see #1 on the list below). The following changes will be in effect … Read More

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