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The Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District announced Monday night that for the safety of its students, staff and families that the District will use an all-virtual instructional model to begin

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Five District students took first place at the inaugural Future Problem Solvers Virtual State Bowl in April.

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The District is excited to announce that Screenagers NEXT Chapter: Uncovering Skills for Stress Resllience will be available to stream for free on Thursday, May 21 at 7 p.m.

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MHS band teacher Doug Brown and Glacier Creek sixth-grade teacher Lyndsey Ebben have been named 2020 Kohl Educational Foundation Teacher Fellowship winners.

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Governor Evers announced on Thursday, April 16 that all public and private K-12 schools will remain closed for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year.

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The District is holding student support sessions the rest of the week for children in grades 5-12 who needs more help as we transition to online instruction.

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The District has developed a Learning from Home page on its District website as MCPASD transitions to online instruction due to COVID-19.

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The District is holding student support sessions the rest of the week for children in grades 5-12 who needs more help as we transition to online instruction.

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A limited number of Chromebooks will be available on Monday, March 30 for families who weren't able to get one when they were distributed twice last week.

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A team comprised of MHS and Glacier Creek students took first place in their team challenges at the Destination Imagination Blackhawk Regional, which took place at Kromrey on Feb. 29.

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The District will offer another opportunity for children and families to get Chromebooks for households that don't have enough for every child once online learning begins.

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District families received an email update March 18 on how to pick up chromebooks, and where to access grab and go meals, among other topics.  The email is on the Covid-19 Inf

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The Weekend Food Program, an effort that involves a number of area churches and the MCPASD Education Foundation to provide meals to students, will continue while schools are closed, Director of Com

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District families

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