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1968 Lincoln Boys Basketball State Championship

Take a walk down memory lane with a video compiled by Pat Willis highlighting the Lincoln Class of 1968 State Boys Basketball Championship!

 

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Calling All Ships Alumni Boys Basketball

mpsd-nation-bball.jpgCalling all Manitowoc Ships Boys Basketball Alumni! Your presence is requested at the JFK Fieldhouse for the 1st Annual Ships Basketball Alumni Weekend. Follow the link below and print off a registration form today! 

http://shipsbasketball.com/alumni-weekend.html

Receive a Ships Alumni T-Shirt for minimum $15 donation!

Ships Boys Basketball Alumni are invited back to be recognized at halftime of the Friday, Dec. 16 contest vs. Bay Port. After the game alumni are invited to gather at The Courthouse Pub for a social hour. 

The next day, alumni will battle it out in the alumni game. 

See our event page for more details

Learn more on our Facebook page 

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Packers, Businesses to Match Student Food Pantry Donations

mpsd-nation-food.jpgSeventh graders at Washington Jr. High School are running a collection to help “Stock the Shelves” of our local food pantry. 100% of your donation goes directly to the pantry. Plus, all money collected this week Monday and Tuesday will be matched to make an even greater local impact.

The Green Bay Packers are one of the matching businesses partners that support the challenge. Randall Cobb will send our school an autographed “Stock the Shelves” certificate if the kids are able to raise $250 or more to fight hunger in our community.

 

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Riverview Unveils Outdoor Classroom

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Watch staff and volunteers build the outdoor classroom  

Riverview Elementary serves as the MPSD Early Learning Center and currently serves 269 4K and 341 5K students.

To provide our youngest students a learning experience like no other, an outdoor classroom at Riverview has been created so teachers can incorporate outdoor learning and play into curriculum, and provide opportunities for students to develop awareness of and appreciation for the natural world.

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