News Archive

Dana Monogue, who accepted the Superintendent position this week and will start on July 1, visited the District on Thursday, March 14 and taped this short message to District families and the great

MHS Theatre will host a Mini Musical for the first time for aspiring middle school performers on Sunday, April 28 at the Performing Arts Center.

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Jessica Taylor has been named the new principal at Pope Farm Elementary School, which is scheduled to open for the start of the 2020-21 school year.

Seniors Lauren Dahler and Searra Funch took second place in their respective events at the DECA State Career Development Conference on March 4-6 in Lake Geneva.

The MHS orchestra will present the annual Mike Dewey Memorial Concerto Showcase on March 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the Performing Arts Center.

The Internal Attendance Boundary Committee held the first of what are more than a dozen scheduled meetings on Wednesday, March 6 at the District Services Center.

Tickets for the MHS girls basketball game against Mukwonago in a WIAA Division 1 state semifinal will go on sale starting Tuesday and go through Thursday, March 7.

Eighth-grade students in Jeremy Dimpfl's Gateway to Technology class at Kromrey recently designed and built a simulate automated assembly line.

Eighth-graders Dheeraj Pasikanti, Jackson Heil, Elias Gold and Daniel Lee took first place in the senior division, while sixth-graders Harry Jin, Ryan Zhu, Owen Weisenberger and Ryan Slattery took

The MHS boys swimming and diving team placed second at the WIAA Division 1 state meet on Saturday, Feb. 16 at the UW-Madison Natatorium.

Board of Education president Bob Green provided an update on the superintendent search process and the Board discussed the schedule for interviews with the two finalists at its regular meeting on M

Principals Jill Gurtner (CSCS) and Steve Plank (MHS) presented their school improvement team reports, which are tied to the MTSS school improvement framework for their respective schools at the Boa

Eppstein Uhen Architects' Kim Frerichs and Chris Michaud shared updates on the high school visioning process and reviewed the current floor plans for the rebuilt school at the Board of Education re

The Board of Education approved a resolution awarding the sale of $138,900,000 general obligation school building and improvement bonds, series 2019A, at its regular meeting on Monday, Feb. 25.

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