News Archive

District schools will hold pick-up and drop-off events for students and families to return to collect their personal belongings and medicines, and also drop off materials.

Nearly 90 District seniors received awards as part of the annual Scholarship Night program.

Registration has started for the 2020-21 fourth- and fifth grade orchestra and fifth-grade band.

MHS principal Peg Shoemaker and Director of Secondary Education Laura Love provided an update on changes to the administrative team at the school at the Board of Education regular meeting on Monday

The Board of Education approved deferring a decision on raises for staff until October 2020 and also approved suspending the points system for certified staff at least until the fall at its regular

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

Assistant Superintendent of Operations Lori Ames gave a very brief update on the 2020-21 budget at the Board of Education regular meeting on Monday, May 18.

Deputy Superintendent Sherri Cyra provided her second enrollment update for the upcoming 2020-21 school year and noted not much has changed since her report in April at the Board of Education regul

Kromrey eighth-grader Maggie Tate's play entitled, "We Deserve to be Lucky,'' was selected to be performed in Childeren's Theater of Madison's inaugural virtual Young Playwright's Spring Festival o

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.

Aly Xiong has been named the District’s director of employee services, Assistant Superintendent of Operations Lori Ames announced.

Deputy Superintendent Sherri Cyra and Director of Communications Perry Hibner provided an update on the first three meetings of the Calendar Committee, which is made up of 15 administrators and tea