WIAA History of Success

WIAA STATE TEAM CHAMPIONS Boys Track and Field 1961, 1962 Wrestling 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1986, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2021 Girls Cross Country 2005*, 2006*, 2010*, 2011*, 2012*, 2021* Basketball 2016, 2022 Softball 2013 Track and Field 2015* WIAA STATE TEAM RUNNERS-UP Boys Baseball 2019 Basketball 1974, 2015 Cross Country 2010*, 2017*… Continue Reading WIAA History of Success

Fiscal Responsibility

The District has a strategic plan with four areas of focus:  fiscal responsibility, community engagement, academic achievement, and technology.  The first of four focus areas of the District’s strategic plan is fiscal responsibility.  One goal of the board is to create and implement a communication plan to inform the community on the school budget and… Continue Reading Fiscal Responsibility

Welcome

Hello Pointer Families! My name is Brad Brogley and I am excited about the opportunity to be a part of the Mineral Point School District as I am serving as the Mineral Point Elementary Principal.  There are many challenges facing public education and with my 23 years of experience both as a teacher and education… Continue Reading Welcome

About High School Agriculture

Classes Plants, Animals, and You (PAY): Acquaint yourself with the exploding world of Agri-science. “Learning by doing” activities will provide you with exposure to various areas of Agri-science. These include: careers, FFA, soils, plant science, horticulture, animal science, Ag. mechanics, and natural resources. The greenhouse will be used as a laboratory for various activities dealing with… Continue Reading About High School Agriculture

Doye Named NSPRA Front Runner

Our #PointerNation Communications Director Joëlle Doye is one of only four National School Public Relations Association members to be named a prestigious Front Runner for the 2022-23 school year! Current NSPRA membership is approximately 2500 across the United States and Canada. NSPRA Front Runners are members identified by the NSPRA Executive Board as emerging leaders… Continue Reading Doye Named NSPRA Front Runner

Board Holds November Meeting

Video link: https://youtu.be/lMYwllqKVLI — The Board recognized State Cross Country participants, National FFA Livestock Judging participants, and Wisconsin State Music Honors Project participants. (This begins the meeting video) — The Board heard the School Board Election Timeline. Notice of Non Candidacy for incumbents must be filed no later than Friday, December 23, 2022 at 5:00… Continue Reading Board Holds November Meeting

MPMS 1st Quarter Honor Roll

Mineral Point Middle School is proud to announce its 1st Quarter Honor Roll for the 2022-23 school year. HIGH HONORS (GPA of 3.75 or greater) Eighth Grade: Henry Allbright, Evelyn Backes, Anthony Buleje Cadena, Payton Christopher, Emmett Collins, Josephine Dunn, Liliana Fox, Emily Heisner, Leah Hoffman, Lilly Houtakker, Ava Ingwell, Kate James, Sadie Miller, Sophie… Continue Reading MPMS 1st Quarter Honor Roll

MPHS 1st Quarter Honor Roll

Mineral Point High School is proud to announce its 1st Quarter Honor Roll for the 2022-23 school year. HIGH HONORS  (GPA of 3.85 or greater) Seniors: Griffin Albaugh, Lorelei Allbright, Genevieve Byrnes, Alana DuBois, Emma Federman, Carson Kroll, Brody Lee, Sydney Lee, Abel Logue, Tyler Nordstrom, Tarrin Riley, Mackenzie Ripp, Joseph Robinson, Kylie Rule, Sophia… Continue Reading MPHS 1st Quarter Honor Roll

Portrait of a Pointer

by Superintendent Mitch Wainwright The school district recently had a workday scheduled for teachers.  The first nine weeks have come to an end and most teachers were working on grades, diving deeper into the new curriculum, or working with outside experts.  The middle school staff had a representative from CESA #3, out of Fennimore, guiding… Continue Reading Portrait of a Pointer

Elementary Update, Oct-Nov 2022: Volunteer for the Book Fair; Fall Family Conferences; New Literacy Curriculum

Hello MPES families, Almost every day as I help walk the kindergarten and 1st grade students from lunch to recess, at least one student will ask me if they need to wear a jacket. The rule is, if it is 60 degrees or higher, no jacket is required. For me, it’s not just whether or… Continue Reading Elementary Update, Oct-Nov 2022: Volunteer for the Book Fair; Fall Family Conferences; New Literacy Curriculum

Livestock Team Places 21st in Nation

Congratulations to our #PointerNation FFA Livestock Judging team for placing 21st in the Nation in Indianapolis! Great job Luke Schubert, Ellie Robinson, Emma Steffes, and Cameron Patterson. Way to represent the State of Wisconsin!