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School Board Election

Spring Election 2015 is just around the corner. On Tuesday, April 7, 2015, electors will be asked to vote for Monona Grove School Board members. There are four (4) candidates running for three (3) seats. Candidates include current Board members Jessica Ace and Jeff Simpson along with new candidates Keri Robbins and Jenifer Smith. We encourage you to take the time to vote:  Following is a link to the School Board Candidates videos from the Monona Community Media: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuOvQjp9VUNPRyrYPyHupIYT7mXFQf7XZ

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Open Enrollment 15-16 School Year

Applications can be found by clicking here, Open Enrollment Application. The Open Enrollment Application period runs from Febuary 2 to April 30 for the 2015-2016 School Year.

Big Fish!

Monona Grove High School is pleased to present, "Big Fish," a new Broadway musical based on Daniel Wallace’s 1998 novel, Big Fish: A Novel of Mythic Proportions, and the 2003 film Big Fish, written by John August and directed by Tim Burton. With music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa, Big Fish revolves around the relationship between Edward Bloom, a traveling salesman (played by Sam Taylor), and his adult son Will (played by Andryi Nahirniak), who looks for what is behind his father’s tall stories. April 9 - 12; Tickets are $12 (student/senior $8) at www.seatyourself.biz/mghs or or box office: 316-1389.

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Personal Financial Literacy

College, Career, and Life Readiness includes Personal Financial Literacy When we think of College and Career Readiness we typically think of the ACT and 21st Century Skills like critical thinking, creativity, and collaboration.  Monona Grove students can now add personal financial literacy to the list.  At its January 28th meeting the Monona Grove Board of Education approved a new ½ credit graduation requirement in personal financial literacy (PFL) beginning with students graduating in 2017.  The new requirement is the result of a yearlong review process led by Principal Paul Brost, teachers Josh Fassl, Brian Krey, and Sheila Hibner with input from students, community members and strong support from the School Board.  Director of Instruction Andrew Briddell secured a $10,000 grant from the Department of Financial Institutions to research the PFL graduation requirement and update course materials. Students scheduled to graduate in 2017 or later will take the ½ credit course through the Business Education Department during their senior year.  The department will also develop an online blended learning option and possibly a summer option for students whose schedules are full during the regular year.   Monona Grove High School was already one of only three schools in the Badger Conference to have a PFL elective course, and joins Middleton Cross Plains as the only Madison area district to have a PFL graduation requirement.  Approximately 44% of districts statewide require a PFL course. 

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  • Monona Grove School District
  • 5301 Monona Drive
  • Monona, WI 53716
  • Phone: (608) 221-7660
  • Fax: (608) 221-7688
  • Monona Grove School District
  • 5301 Monona Drive
  • Monona, WI 53716
  • Phone: (608) 221-7660
  • Fax: (608) 221-7688

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