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The District was awarded a $220,000 grant through the Wisconsin Department of Justice School Safety Program, Attorney General Brad Schimel announced Monday.

MHS juniors Sean Bertalot, Mia Kim and Jakob Zweber took fourth place in the publication design team competition at the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) National Leadership Conference in B

Five Sauk Trail teachers attended the 2018 Teaching for Biliteracy Summer Institute in Chicago this week.

The Board of Education spent nearly 3 hours at its regular meeting on Monday, June 25 reviewing the final scope of any projects included in a potential referendum in November, along with the capita

Sauk Trail first-grade teacher Susan Hammer has been selected to receive a 2016 Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.

Principal Chris Dahlk updated the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, June 25 on academic efforts at Sauk Trail as part of the requirements for the achievement gap reduction grant

Fifteen MHS students attended the Wisconsin School Music Association High School State Honors Music Project four-day camp at UW-Green Bay last week.

The Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District announced an exclusive deal effective May 1, 2018, with BSN SPORTS for the next five years, Director of Communications Perry Hibner announced.

Taylor Nordeng, who recently completed eighth grade at Kromrey, won the Young Playwrights for Change national competition.

Director of Communications Perry Hibner, who formerly was the executive director for the Education Foundation and now serves on the board, gave an update on the organization's efforts over the past

Sauk Trail students recently had the opportunity in their end-of-the year concerts to work and perform with professional jazz musicians on May 23.

The Board of Education discussed facilities planning and next steps along with asking Eppstein Uhen Architects and J.H.

Assistant Superintendent Sherri Cyra updated the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, June 25 on enrollment projections for 2018-19.

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