Kromrey sixth-graders took on quite the undertaking this past school year.
Three District schools -- Kromrey, Park and West Middleton -- were recognized by the Wisconsin RtI Center and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction for their work this week.
A District team of seven students in seventh and eighth grade won the Mega Math Meet for students in those grades on May 22 at Madison College.
Middleton Youth Center coordinator Gabriella Hinahara provided her annual update on the after-school program, which is housed at CSCS and benefits Kromey students, to the Board of Education at its
MHS Career and Technical Education Coordinator Greg Benz and Director of Secondary Learning Laura Love updated the Board of Education on the Academic and Career Planning taking place throughout the
Kromrey eighth-grader Celeste Li's play was one of two to be featured in Children's Theater of Madison's Young Playwrights Festival on May 1.
Two middle school teams won their respective age group Regional Math Meet competitions earlier this month at Kromrey.
Eighteen District middle school students recently participated in a one-day clinic and afternoon recital with the Wisconsin Young Artist Honors Orchestra.
Students in fourth through sixth grade competed in the Math 24 Regional at Union South on the UW-Madison campus on Tuesday, March 19.
Dom Ricks, who has been the Dean of Students at Glacier Creek since early 2018, has been named the principal at Kromrey Middle School starting July 1.
Administrators from Glacier Creek and Kromrey presented the school improvement team reports from their respective schools along with other information about the current school year at the Board of
MHS Theatre will host a Mini Musical for the first time for aspiring middle school performers on Sunday, April 28 at the Performing Arts Center.
Eighth-grade students in Jeremy Dimpfl's Gateway to Technology class at Kromrey recently designed and built a simulate automated assembly line.