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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.

Nearly 60 staff members were honored at the annual Employee Recognition Breakfast on Wednesday, May 22 at the Hilton Garden Inn.

CSCS was one of six schools, and the only one in Wisconsin, to be awarded a 2018-19 Gold Recognition by the Schools of Opportunity high school recognition program.

The MHS Concert Band Block 2, Senior Wind Ensemble and Chamber Wind Ensemble will perform at the Spring Band Concert II on Monday, May 20 at 7:30 p.m. at the Performing Arts Center.

Director of Elementary Learning Rainey Briggs and Director of Bilingual Services Mandi Sersch-Morstad shared information about the District's equity practices and did a shortened version of the pre

The MHS Percussion Ensemble will perform an interactive concert on Saturday, May 25 at the Performing Arts Center.

Three different art shows highlighting student work will be on dislplay Prairie Cafe & Bakery in Middleton Hills over the next six weeks.

Retiring Superintendent George Mavroulis discussed the work that he and incoming Superintendent Dana Monogue are doing during the transition period at the Board of Education regular meeting on Mond

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

Assistant Superintendent Sherri Cyra provided her monthly update on enrollment for the next school year and noted numbers are still on track for the District to grow by a projected 162 students at

Chris Michaud and Kim Frerichs of Eppstein Uhen Architects provided the Board of Education with their third update on the high school design process at the regular meeting on Monday, May 13.

Five MHS HOSA (Future Health Professionals) Club members were state champions at the State Leadership Conference in Wisconsin Dells last month.

The sixth annual Strikeout Cancer Game involving the MHS and Sun Prairie baseball programs will take place on Thursday, May 16 starting at 5 p.m. in Sun Prairie.

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