News Archive

MHS junior Davis Rocquet and his father, Andy, addressed the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, March 20 about possibly adding a Summit Credit Union branch to provide studen

Parents, staff and community members are invited to join the MHS student services staff for a Mental Health Panel Discussion on Tuesday, April 18 from 6 to 8 p.m.

Maggie Pfeil, the 4K and early childhood psychologist, reported on early childhood, while Director of Student Services Jerry Nicholson provided an update on special education and student services a

MHS senior Linnea Dahmen was named Wisconsin's ACT student readiness exemplar for the 2016-17 ACT College and Career Readiness campaign.

The annual dinner event, A Little Taste of Italy, featuring non-stop music performances by the high school bands, orchestras and jazz bands, will be held on Saturday, April 8 from 5 to 8 p.m.

Five Park fourth-graders were recognized by members of American Legion Post 245 in Cross Plains last week -- and received a nice surprise to end the week.

Glacier Creek band teacher Jeanne Hammes and MHS orchestra teacher Steve Kurr have been named recipients of the 2017 Herb Kohl Education Foundation Fellowship Award, while 21st Century eSchool seni

Two teams of Glacier Creek students took first place in their respective team challenges at the Destination Imagination regional tournament in Wauankee on March 11 and qualified for next month's st

Hundreds of MHS music students performed at the Wisconsin School Music Association (WSMA) Solo & Ensemble Music Festival on Saturday, March 4 in Middleton.

Three MHS DECA students captured first place in four series at the State Career Development Conference on March 7-9 in Lake Geneva.

Some of Glacier Creek and Kromrey's best middle school math students competed in the District Math Meet at the Hilton Garden Inn on Tuesday, March 7 and Wednesday, March 8.

The MHS 2015-16 yearbook was awarded a gold ADDY in the student category of the local American Advertising Agency competition on Feb. 25 at UW-Madison's Union South.

The MHS dance team capped another successful season by placing in the top 10 in three large varsity competitions at the Contest of Champions Nationals in Orlando, Fla. this past weekend.

Maria Dyslin, who has been in the Madison Metropolitan School District since 1997, has been selected as the new principal at Sunset Ridge Elementary School.

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