Accomplishments & Awesome Activities

The Manitowoc Public School District is proud of their students and staff and would like to highlight a few of the accomplishments and awesome activities that make MPSD OUTSTANDING.  #shipspride

2017-2018 MPSD Accomplishments and Awesome Activities

  • Author and international transformational leader Dr. Anthony Muhammad visited the MPSD on August 31st for a keynote address and breakout sessions.
  • Jefferson 6th grade teacher Renee Mahloch was honored as a Future 15 winner by the Young Professionals of Manitowoc County.
  • Lincoln High School International Baccalaureate (IB) students hosted other Wisconsin IB schools for an International Day of Peace planning workshop in September.  Students brainstormed ways to work together to make their communities better.
  • Lincoln High School science teacher Erin Otte-Meyer was selected to participate in the College Board’s Annual AP Reading for Chemistry in Salt Lake City, Utah.  She helped score and evaluate the free-response sections of the AP Exams.
  • Lincoln High School Teacher Andy Evenson helped set National Board Performance Standards across 25 certificate areas in Dulles, VA with over 270 of the most accomplished teachers across the U.S.  
  • Lincoln High School teacher Patrick Debruin was selected as a Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction by the National Society of High School Scholars.  He was nominated by a student for outstanding dedication and commitment to excellence in the profession.  News Release Attached. 
  • Lincoln High School was named the most beautiful public school in Wisconsin by Architectural Digest.  The international design magazine posted their list of the most beautiful public schools in each state Sept. 12.
  • Manitowoc Public School District’s Youth Apprenticeship Coordinator Bonnie Proszenyak was honored as a Future 15 winner by the Young Professionals of Manitowoc County.
  • Over 50 MPSD educators took part in the Teachers College Homegrown Institute in August.
  • Washington Junior High School Teacher Bev Deem was awarded the Distinguished Family and Consumer Science Award at the Wisconsin Family and Consumer Educator’s Conference.
  • Wilson Junior High School’s Builder’s Club raised over $280 for hurricane victims by donating money to dress as super heroes and tropical attire.  

Past Accomplishments & Awesome Activities