News Archive

Looking for computers, servers, audio-visual equipment, lab equipment, file cabinets, tables, chairs and more? Then check out the latest auction being held by the District.

MHS Theatre will present the Madison-area premiere of Girls Like That with three performances in early February.

Lora is a stay-at-home mom with a chaotic lifestyle of taking care of her family. As she would put it, she “works M-F from 3 p.m. on”, but is free from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The warm sounds of the Caribbean and South America are coming to Sauk Trail on Friday, Feb. 9 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. as the school hosts Salsa Night.

Five MHS students were recognized recently as part of the Scholastic Art Competition.

MHS will host another Coaches vs. Cancer event on Friday, Jan. 19 when the boys basketball team hosts Sun Prairie at 7:30 p.m. in the Varsity Gym.

Calvin Guse, Maylynn Hu, Maureen Sheehan and Ellie Taylor were the winners among the 28 MHS students who participated in the Concerto-Aria Competition on Jan. 9.

Facilities Planning Committee co-chair Bob Hesselbein provided an update on their meeting in December, while the Board of Education voted unanimously later in the meeting to remove two scenarios fr

The Cross Plains and Middleton Optimist Clubs will host oratorical contests later this year and District students are again encouraged to participate.

Principal Steve Plank updated the Board of Education on what is happening at MHS as part of the annual school improvement team report at the regular meeting on Monday, Jan. 8.

The Board of Education recognized staff members Fred Bartman, Jill Gurtner, Erin Hommowun, Sonja Hungness and Heather Messer at its regular meeting on Monday,  Jan.

Forty-seven MHS students competed at the DECA District 3 Career Development Conference at Sun Prairie High School on Saturday, Jan. 7.

Four MHS business teachers -- Mary Breunig, Cherie Hellenbrand, Shane Leadholm and Holden Pratt, were among 18 individuals, businesses and organizations announced recently as recipients of the 2017

The District recently announced some administrative changes at Glacier Creek and with the 4K-early childhood program.