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The MHS orchestras performed at two elementary schools on Friday, Dec. 7, while another group of musicians will perform at a third school on Dec. 14.

Fifteen MHS Investment Club students participated in the Finance and Investment Challenge Bowl regional tournament at CUNA Mutual Group headquarters in Madison on Thursday, Dec. 6.

Sauk Trail students in kindergarten through third grade experienced a unique musical opportunity this year with four visits by members of the Madison Symphony Orchestra. 

Gallery 2000 is filled with the poetry of the incredible student writers in Jennifer Mathison-Ohly and Tyler Phelps’ Creative Writing classes. 

Director of Equity and Student Achievement Percy Brown Jr.  provided an update on the equity work the District has done since the start of the 2018-19 school year at the Board of Education regular

MHS senio Lauren Dahler is one of fewer than 1,900 students to be named a Coca-Cola Scholar semifinalist.

Director of Employee Services Tabatha Gundrum provided information on the voluntary early retirement (VER) package for teachers at the Board of Education regular meeting on Monday, Dec. 3.

Assistant Superintendent Sherri Cyra reviewed the enrollment projections for 2019-20 and beyond that were developed by UW-Madison's Applied Population Lab at the Board of Education regular meteing

The MHS Model United Nations Club participated in the Chicago International Model United Nations Conference (CIMUN) on Nov. 29 to Dec. 2.

The MHS 7 O’Clock Jazz Band, directed by Doug Brown, performed at the 2018 UW-Madison Jazz Fest on Saturday, Dec. 1.

The MHS bands will kick off their regular concert season with their Winter Band Concerts on Wednesday, Dec. 5 and Thursday, Dec. 6 at the Performing Arts Center. 

The state of Wisconsin now requires that all school districts include something in a local newspaper and on their website about educational options for all children who reside in that district.

Dr. George Mavroulis, who has worked in the Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District as an administrator in a number of roles since 1992, will retire as superintendent on June 30.

The Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District is looking for a few good people to serve on its nine-member Board of Education.

Dick Hemming, the District's independent hearing officer (IHO), discussed via conference call with the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, Nov.

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