MG21 takes a different approach to student learning

Reporter Austin Coppernoll takes a closer look at MG21, the Monona Grove School District’s charter school.


MG welcomes home Vetter

MG video reporter Austin Coppernoll created this video to highlight Jessie Vetter’s MG homecoming after winning a silver medal at the Sochi Olympics as the goaltender for the women’s hockey team. Vetter also won silver in Vancouver in 2010.

MG students, Mr. Botella prepare to leave for Antarctica

MG Eagle Post staff interviewed Claire Hacker, Luke Maillefer, and Anna Caldwell-Overdier before they left with Mr. Botella on their journey to Antarctica.

Follow along with their blog to learn more.

Lake! Camera! Action! explores the the necessity of 3D

Check out the link below to see the latest Lake! Camera! Action!

Lake! Camera! Action! MG students weigh in on Oscars

MG Oscar Trivia – Day 1 What movies are Oscar-worthy?

MG Oscar Trivia – Day 2 What are your favorite Oscar winners in the last 10 years?

MG Oscar Trivia – Day 3 Which Film should win?

MG Oscar Trivia – Day 4 Do you watch the Oscars?

MG Oscar Trivia – Day 5 Should the public have a say in Oscar voting?

MG state championship photos

Three unanswered TDs give MG WIAA Division 3 football title

MADISON — The Monona Grove football team scored three touchdowns in the second half of the WIAA Division 3 state title game against Greendale to win the state championship.
The Silver Eagles’ defense held the Panthers to 17 points in the first half — the lowest they’ve scored all season. In the second half, MG’s offense got going late in the third quarter as wide receiver Jackson Riley caught a 46-yard pass from Tyler Blang. The Silver Eagles’ defense stopped Greendale’s drive when Steven Martine intercepted quarterback Josh Ringelberg’s pass. MG scored again when Trey Powers caught Blang’s 34-yard pass making it 17-14. The Silver Eagles recovered a Panthers’ fumble at the 39-yard line, and then sophomore Toren Young led MG down to the 1-yard line. Senior Brock Offerdahl scored the go-ahead touchdown with 53 seconds left.
MG’s defense held Greendale out of the end zone and in the final seconds of the game, sacked the quarterback twice to seal the state championship.

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