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Wisconsin is experiencing freezing temperatures once again this winter. Many schools, including Mineral Point, have elected to close school on one or more days this week, in addition to several days before and after the Winter Break. As a result, you may be wondering whether your school district will be able to meet the minimum … Read More
On Tuesday, March 4th, Mineral Point Elementary will be having special guests to perform a concert to celebrate Music in Our Schools Month. Koo Koo Kanga Roo is an interactive dance party duo from Minneapolis, MN. They have toured all over the country with Frank Turner, Reel Big Fish, The Aquabats, and Yo Gabba Gabba. Since … Read More
PEP and the Mineral Point School District have paired up to bring a nationally recognized speaker to talk to you and your kids! Michael McGowan is a consultant and motivational speaker who worked with thousands of students, teachers, the NFL, MLB and the NHL over the last 15 years. Mike’s presentations are entertaining and practical. … Read More
Welcome to Mineral Point Elementary School. It is our mission to offer a high quality education that empowers students with the knowledge and skills to become responsible citizens. Our school is home to approximately 370 students attending classes ranging from Early Childhood to fifth grade. We take pride in our school and pride in our students … Read More
Health and Physical Education is a vital part of our education system at Mineral Point Schools. It is the key to improving a child’s confidence, brainpower and long-term health. One of the major goals of health and physical education is to prepare students to be active and healthy for a lifetime. Mineral Point Schools makes this … Read More
Music helps the mind develop and grow. Participation in a music program in school will help develop your brain to a higher level and faster than other students. Music improves communication between the right and left sides of the brain, allowing you to gain better comprehension and memorization skills. So, why do we need music … Read More
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