News Archive

The Board of Education approved a resolution opposing potential state legislation regarding guns on school grounds at its regular meeting on Monday, May 22.

The resolution reads:

More than 50 staff members were honored at the annual Employee Recognition Breakfast on Wednesday, May 24 at the Hilton Garden Inn.

The Board of Education held a joint 90-minute meeting with the Facilities Planning Committee before its regular meeting on Monday, May 22.

The Board of Education reviewed feedback from its listening session with Glacier Creek and Kromrey staff in April at its regular meeting on Monday, May 22.

Assistant Superintendent Sherri Cyra provided her monthly update on enrollment to the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, May 22.

If you are an orchestra fan, you will want to be at the Performing Arts Center this month.

What’s fun and educational? A day in the school forest at Park Elementary School in Cross Plains.

Students in the MHS Social Justice Forum class will perform one more show this year.

Nearly 80 District seniors received awards at the annual Scholarship Night on Wednesday, May 17 at the Performing Arts Center.

Looking for computers, cameras, cabinets, audio-visual equipment, a stacking oven and more? Then check out the latest auction being held by the Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District.

A national event is returning to Middleton High School for the second straight year as MHS will host the Adaptive Sports USA Junior Nationals on July 15-22.

The fifth annual Middleton High School Relay for Life raised more than $20,000 for the American Cancer Society, adviser Megan Revello said.

The District's newest member of the Crystal Apple Award club was caught off-guard by the news.

Business Services Director Lori Ames along with Jeff Seeley and Tami Olszewski of Ehlers, Inc., reviewed some preliminary numbers associated with incurring additional long-term debt at the Board of

Director of Technology Services Jim Blodgett provided his annual update on computers, technology, the Access for All program and upcoming projects for his department at the Board of Education regul