Six MHS students won awards while attending the Percussive Arts Society International Convention (PASIC) held in Indianapolis on Nov. 8-11.
Assistant Superintendent Sherri Cyra reviewed revised enrollment projections for the next decade at the Board of Education regular meeting on Monday, Dec. 4.
Mindful practices specialist Betsy Delzer presented information on the mindfulness practices that are taking place by students and staff throughout the District at the Board of Education regular me
Director of Curriculum and Assessment MaryBeth Paulisse shared information about the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction school and district report cards that were issued last month at the B
The MHS Model United Nations Club jparticipated in the Chicago International Model United Nations Conference on Nov. 30 to Dec. 3.
The MHS bands kick off their regular concert season with their Winter Band Concerts on Wednesday, Dec. 13 and Thursday, Dec. 14.
MHS senior Julia Zeimentz and sophomore Shruti Parthasarathy
Residents interested in running for the Board of Education can obtain forms for the 2018 spring election now at the District Services Center, 7106 South Ave., Middleton.
The annual MHS Booster Club winter party fundraiser will take place on Saturday, Feb. 24 from 7 to 11 p.m. at Keva Sports Center, 8312 Forsythia St., Middleton.
For several years, the District has been implementing the Readers and Writers Workshop across all levels. This work emerged from work conducted by the 4K-12 English-Language Arts renewal teams.
The Facilities Planning Committee received an update on enrollment projections, did more work on option development refinement and brainstormed more possible solutions to enrollment growth at its m
For Sauk Trail’s third-graders it wasn’t about the money, but in the end it was.
The state of Wisconsin now requires that all school districts include something in a local newspaper and on their website about educational options for all children who reside in that district.
For the fourth time since 2012, more than half of all Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District schools significantly exceeded expectations on the School Report Cards, which were issued Nov.