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Ten MHS students participated in the respective Badger Boys and Badger Girls State this summer.

The District's 4K program will have slightly revised times for the 2019-20 school year, Director of Curriculum, Assessment, and 4K MaryBeth Paulisse said.

The Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District has been selected to receive the School-Based Mental Health Services Grant, contingent on biennial state budget funding, the Wisconsin Department of

Coordinator of Mindful Education and Leadership Development Betsy Delzer shared highlights from the past year, including efforts related to awakened justice, at the Board of Education regular meeti

Wellness Coordinator Kalise Horst shared highlights from the past year, noting staff gave the District's wellness efforts high marks on this year's School Perceptions' climate survey, at the Board

Principal Chris Dahlk updated the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, June 24 on the school's final STAR testing results and other academic data as part of the regular reports requ

The Board of Education recognized Superintendent George Mavroulis, who is retiring at the end of the month, for his service to the District at the regular meeting on Monday, June 24.

Drew Howick, who is facilitating the Internal Attendance Boundary Committee meetings, updated the Board of Education at its meeting on Monday, June 24 on the work the members have done.

The District gained more than 70 students in the past month and is well ahead of projections for the 2019-20 school year, Assistant Superintendent of Operations Lori Ames told the Board of Educatio

For 17 District high school students and 28 area students in all, the school year lasted one week longer than it did for most others.

Kromrey sixth-graders took on quite the undertaking this past school year.

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MHS has won the prestigious WSN Cup for the first time.

Three District schools -- Kromrey, Park and West Middleton -- were recognized by the Wisconsin RtI Center and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction for their work this week.