The DI Aces, a Glacier Creek team comprised of five sixth-graders, finished 11th out of 68 teams in the Scientific Challenge at the middle level at the Destination Imagination Global Finals earlie
Two eighth-grade classrooms at Glacier Creek received a lesson in African music on Thursday, May 22.
The team of Hansen Jin, Franklin Hu, Sanjay Suresh, Daphe Wu, Amber Kaplan, Gene Kim, Samantha Burkard and Jonah Guse took first place at the Mega Math Meet for grades 5-6 on Thursday, May 22 at UW
The MHS Symphony Orchestra will present their annual "Almost Summer" Concert on Thursday, May 28 beginning at 7:30 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center.
Middleton High School will hold a meeting for all incoming freshmen and new students who plan to participate in sports in 2015-16 on Tuesday, June 2.
More than 25 middle school students placed in the top 10 of the Yahara River Writers Contest and attended a special ceremony at the Union South on the UW-Madison Campus on Wednesday, May 13.
Secondary students will have different bell time schedules in 2015-16 as schedules were finalized at Glacier Creek, Kromrey and MHS in the past week, District Communications Director Perry Hibner s
This article was written by Erin Vander Weele and recently appeared in the News Sickle-Arrow. The District was granted permission to run the article on its website.
The Middleton Team 1 of Hansen Jin, Sanjay Suresh, Franklin Hu, Daphne Wu, Jonah Guse, Gene Kim, Samantha Burkard and Amber Kaplan took first place in grades 5-6 at the Regional Math Meet held last
Camp Invention has already surpassed its enrollment for last summer but is still taking applications, camp director Kristin Pavelec said this week.
Staff members Tim Ashe and Jolene Wochenske along with students Denae Brown, Shelby Noble and Andrew Plumb have been named recipients of 2015 Herb Kohl Foundation awards.
Director of Elementary Teaching & Learning Sherri Cyra, Technology Services Director Jim Blodgett and Glacier Creek library media specialist Kim Stieber-White presented information on a propose
The MCPASD Education Foundation announced today that there will be a second phase to its popular Bricks to Build a Strong Foundation campaign.
One hundred and 20 students in grades 5-8 from Glacier Creek and Kromrey participated in the District Math Meets at the District Administrative Center in March.