Mayville School District

Superintendent's Update

MHS Athletic Hall of Fame Ceremony

The Mayville High School Athletic Hall of Fame inductees for 2020 will be honored tonight, Friday, January 31st at the Mayville Varsity Girls' Basketball game followed by an induction ceremony at the Mayville American Legion Post #69 after the game. All district families and community members are welcome and encouraged to join us!
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Annual NHS Bowling Bash!

Mayville High School National Honor Society members will host the 4th annual Wheelchair Bowling Bash on Friday, February 21st!

Grab your spot by contacting Mrs. Deb Noennig at or (920) 382-4941.

Proceeds from the benefit event go directly to the Mayville EMS and Fire Departments!

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Read On, Parkview!!

This is such an exciting time of year for our Parkview students as our youngest learners get to show off their progress in early independent reading skills! Things are really coming together as we approach our 100th day of school. Time is flying by!!

MHS is an Accounting Career Awareness Grant Winner!

For the second year in a row, Ms. Judy Holappa, Business and Accounting teacher, has been awarded the Accounting Career Awareness Grant from the WICPA Educational Foundation Inc. to support educational experiences for business and finance students at MHS.

The award is in the amount of $2,367 and will be used for student experiences including field trips for business and finance students to Baker Tilly in Appleton, Green and Gold Day at Lambeau Field, UW-Whitewater's annual Accounting Career Seminar and UW-Oshkosh's Accounting event.

Way to go, Ms. Holappa!

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MMS Student Council Supports Project Linus!

On January 23rd a group of MMS student council members stayed after school to make blankets for the non-profit organization Project Linus, which provides homemade blankets to children in need. Representatives from the organization came to join us and provide training.

Our MMS students completed 15 blankets and donated materials for five additional blankets to the organization. Thanks to families who donated supplies to make this happen!

Making Masks...

Mrs. Le Bouton found these Kindergarten learners making masks out of styrofoam pieces, popsicle sticks, and glue. Very creative artists!

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District 4K-8th Grade Math Night!

Math Night was a huge success on Tuesday, January 14th! Students in grades 4K-8th were invited to bring their families to a night of learning and mathematics-themed fun!

Students at all grade levels had the opportunity to guide their family member(s) through activities that pertained directly to what they are learning in school. Classroom teachers and teachers from our Math Department were all on hand to break down activities and provide insight into the daily programming at each grade level. Reps were also onsite to answer questions about our new Bridges and CPM math curriculum.

It was a wonderful event! Thank you to those who attended, and here's to continuing to grow this great event in the years to come!

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Algebra Conquered!

MHS Freshmen Gage Bleecker and Avery Laubenstein conquered the tiles in Alegbra 1 with Mrs. Noennig earlier this month. Way to go, boys!
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Phy Ed Math Challenge!

Parkview first graders worked on their physical education AND their number awareness in phy ed class last week! Students knocked dice off of a cone, remembered the number they got, and added that number to the total that their team mate received. Teams raced to reach a total of 20 before the rest of their classmates!

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MHS Student Volunteers Help at Legion BINGO!

These young ladies from MHS have been committed to helping Judy Pfalzgraf in the kitchen at the Mayville Legion Post 69 during their popular Thursday night BINGO events throughout the past months. Community service at its finest!

Pictured are, from left: MHS juniors Lindsey Verbanac, Kate Konczal, Judy Pfalzgraf (American Legion), Catherine Madden, and Natalie Cisewski.

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Parkview Family Literacy Night

Last month, Parkview staff hosted Family Literacy Night for families of students in grades 4K-2. More than 300 guests attended the event which celebrated the importance of reading in lifelong learning. Students and families were able to spend time together reading holiday stories, visit with Santa, decorate cookies, create festive bookmarks and holiday ornaments, visit with our local READ Dogs, and every child in attendance was able to select a book of their own to take home. It was a wonderful event!