News Archive

MHS senior Kevin Meicher was one of 32 to be selected to receive the 2019 WIAA Statewide Scholar Athlete Award.

MHS Principal Steve Plank announced this week that he has accepted the position of Superintendent of Schools with the Burlington Area School District, effective July 1.

The MHS Model UN Club traveled to Evanston, Ill. from April 11-14 to participate in Northwestern University’s Model United Nations Conference. 

Four MHS students earned top honors at the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) State Leadership Conference on April 8-10 in Wisconsin Dells.

A team comprised of MHS and Glacier Creek students took first place in the Scientific Team Challenge at the Destination Imagination state tournament at UW-Green Bay on April 13.

MHS had 20 students place in the top four at the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) State Leadership Conference on April 8-9 in Green Bay.

Clark Street Community School has been ranked one of the top 50 blended learning high schools in the United States, according to Study.com.

Looking for cabinets, desks, chairs, tables, sports, kitchen and audio-visual equipment,  and more? Then check out the latest auction being held by the District.

Superintendent George Mavroulis shared results from the 2019 staff climate survey, which was once again administered by School Perceptions, at the Board of Education regular meeting on Monday, Apri

Eighteen District middle school students recently participated in a one-day clinic and afternoon recital with the Wisconsin Young Artist Honors Orchestra.

Director of Curriculum, Assessment and 4K MaryBeth Paulisse updated the Board of Education on the 4K program, which she took over last summer, at its regular meeting on Monday, April 8.

Outgoing Board of Education members Kelly Kalscheur and Kurt Karbusicky were recognized for their efforts the past three years at the regular meeting on Monday, April 8.

Assistant Superintendent Sherri Cyra provided the first enrollment report for the 2019-20 school year at the Board of Education regular meeting on Monday, April 8.

The District has revised its gender inclusion administrative policy as well as revised its signage for bathrooms identified as gender neutral.

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