Welcome to the Communications Corner for the Mineral Point Unified School District.
Share your news with the District:
Email photos and stories to Communications Director Joelle Doye at email@example.com or call 987.0723.
Connect with us online:
News articles can be found here
District newsletters can be found here
School board agendas and minutes can be found here
What we do:
Our mission is to communicate with the public about our school district as an organization, including regularly sharing information about all Mineral Point School District programs, services and initiatives. We strive for transparency and openness in communication with all members of our school community–parents, students, staff, and citizens. Our work is ultimately committed to improving educational opportunities for all students. We do this using a variety of methods to keep citizens informed about educational services, achievements, and expenditures on a regular basis. We strive to be proactive and strategic and communicate with a unified voice while engaging all stakeholders in an active two-way conversation.
Communications and Public Relations
-Communication with our parents, families, students, volunteers, employees, community partners and citizens
-Community relations–building relationships with our community partners
-Public relations–working with the media
-Celebrate successes of our students, staff, and programs
-Demonstrate what a high achieving school district looks like on our website, social media, and in marketing communications materials
-Ensure a positive Mineral Point School District brand
PR Awards and Affiliations
The District is a member of the Wisconsin School Public Relations Association (WSPRA) and the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA).
The District’s communication efforts have been recognized by the following: WSPRA, NSPRA, #K12PRChat, #SuptChat, WI Rural Schools Alliance, CESA #3, WI Association of School Boards, WI Association of School Business Administrators, Donovan Group, WI Athletic Directors Association, #SocialSchool4EDU, The School Superintendents Association, WI Association of School District Administrators, Allerton Hill, CESA 3, and University of Wisconsin-Platteville.