School begins at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, August 23rd...and we can't wait! To print out your own pdf of the school calendar, go to this website: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/1144851/PROPOSED_Calendar-2021-2022w-MoU.pdf
over 1 year ago, Mrs. Fricke
Calendar
Looking for a fun, physical activity to do with your family or friends? Check out the 1st annual 5K hosted by Lincoln College!
over 1 year ago, Mrs. Fricke
5K
Opaa! is hiring for kitchen positions at MPHS. If you are interested, please see the flyer for more details.
over 1 year ago, Sarah Farris
Opaa! hiring poster
The Mount Pulaski Economic Development and Planning Board is working in partnership with the Lincoln Area YMCA to bring child care to the Mount Pulaski community. The purpose of this survey is to gather firm numbers on how many students would utilize before and after school child care at a licensed location in Mount Pulaski. The Lincoln Area YMCA before and after school program is currently serving children in grades K-5. Please submit the following survey at your earliest convenience to aid us in the planning and preparation of bringing this collaborative service to our community! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdpemYtJFWsYxRQUIqjzKPRc9zgmeaorkOH3zNOe9OO7qi0JA/viewform?usp=sf_link
over 1 year ago, Mrs. Fricke
Everyone deserves affordable internet at home & the opportunities that come with it. We are proud to help close the #DigitalDivide through the @FCC’s Emergency Broadband Benefit in collaboration with @HeartlandFwd. See eligibility & learn more: https://getemergencybroadband.org/ If you qualify, the program pays for up to $50/month on in-home internet/WIFI. Check it out!
over 1 year ago, Mrs. Fricke
Get Connected
Free student admission to the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, now through the end of May!
over 1 year ago, Sarah Farris
ALPLM free student admission flyer
Mount Pulaski High School Drama Club is performing a broadway show, Little Shop of Horrors! Seats are still available for our Friday, and Saturday night shows and we are opening up Thursday to the public! Each show will start at 7:30pm and will take place in the MPHS Multipurpose Gym on our new stage! Doors will open at 7:00pm. We are at limited capacity and all audience members/groups will be distanced by the name in which seats are reserved. Walk up tickets will be available up until we reach capacity. Reserve your seats now at the links below: Thursday: Donations are appreciated and accepted at the door. Reserve seats here - https://mphsdrama.ludus.com/10017 Friday/Saturday: Ticket cost is $8 for adults and $5 for students accepted at the door. Reserve seats here - https://mphsdrama.ludus.com/10019 Need help reserving your seats, follow directions below, or call the HS office. Thank you in advance for attending our show! Your support will allow us to continue to offer excellent opportunities and experiences for our students! Sincerely, Calob Pluhm, director Rob Siebert, director To reserve your seat: 1) Click on the link for the night you want to attend above 2) Select which night and click "Get Tickets" 3) Select your seat/s - (Rows will be distanced, chairs between groups are automatically reserved for distance as well) 4) Select how many Adult/Student tickets you will need 5) Enter your name and email for reservation confirmation 6) Click "Add to Cart" 7) Check your reservation details and click "Place your order" - No payment will be taken at this time. 8) You should receive confirmation and an email confirming your order 9) You can exit the website
over 1 year ago, Mrs. Fricke
Tomorrow (4/16) is a School Improvement Day. Students will be dismissed at 11:30 a.m.
over 1 year ago, Mrs. Fricke
Reminder: There is no school tomorrow (Friday, 4/2). There is no school on Monday, 4/5. Enjoy the short break!
over 1 year ago, Mrs. Fricke
Preschool Screening!
over 1 year ago, Mrs. Fricke
Preschool
Our phone lines and internet service are down district-wide. At this time, we do not have an estimate as to when they will be up and running again.
almost 2 years ago, Mrs. Fricke
Interested in a tour of the new high school?
almost 2 years ago, Mrs. Fricke
HS Tours
Parents and Guardians: Please don't forget to take the 5Essentials survey! The information that is reported back from this survey helps guide improvements for our school district. Each parent may take it once for each building in which he/she has a student enrolled. Current response rates are 35% for MPGS parents & 40% for MPHS parents. Thank you to everyone who has participated! To take the survey, visit: http://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/survey/parent/
almost 2 years ago, Mrs. Fricke
This is a reminder that tomorrow is a Remote Learning Day. There will be no in-person instruction. Students should login as directed on the
almost 2 years ago, Mrs. Fricke
Grade School
All athletics are cancelled today. This includes practices, the junior high volleyball games, the junior high basketball games, and the high school basketball games. Stay safe and warm!
almost 2 years ago, Mrs. Fricke
Time sure is flying by this school year!
almost 2 years ago, Mrs. Fricke
calendar
MP staff participating in the 1st round of COVID vaccinations! Excited to do our part!
almost 2 years ago, Mrs. Fricke
Staff
As a reminder, tomorrow (Friday, 1/15) is an 11:30AM dismissal for school improvement. This means that all students are dismissed at 11:30AM and no afternoon online sessions will be conducted. Additionally, there is no school on Monday, January 18. If you have questions, please contact your school office. MPGS - 217.792.7220 MPHS - 217.792.3209
almost 2 years ago, Mrs. Fricke
As a reminder, there is no school for students this Wednesday (11/25). This is a Remote Planning Day for teachers. Additionally, there is no school on Thanksgiving (11/26) or this Friday (11/27). Enjoy your Thanksgiving break. Remember to be safe - wash up, mask up, and follow social distancing recommendations.
about 2 years ago, Mrs. Fricke
Give Thanks
Superintendent Lamkey has a request for all of our community to help bridge our past to our future. He is looking for photos of past community school buildings (Elkhart Grade & High Schools, Mt. Pulaski Grade & High Schools, as well as Chestnut, Lake Fork & Cornland Schools. Depending on what pictures are available, we hope to incorporate the old pictures in the construction. If you have pictures available for reproduction or possibly to loan, please contact Superintendent Lamkey at 217-792-7221 or at flamkey@mtpulaski.k12.il.us.
about 2 years ago, Sarah Farris