News Archive

MHS Creative Writing students and Elm Lawn second-graders have been sharing letters, stories, and poems as part of a pen-pal exchange this semester.

MHS junior Mary Hsu and freshman Daphne Wu were selected to perform with the Symphony Orchestra at their concert on March 14 based on their respective performances at the Concerto-Aria Competition

Mandela Barnes, who was sworn in as Lieutenant Governor for Wisconsin on Monday, spent part of his first full day in the position addressing MHS students in the U.S.

The Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District wants to hear from area residents.

Registration for the MCPASD 4K program for the 2019-20 school year will open on Monday, Jan. 7, Director of Curriculum, Assessment, and 4K Principal MaryBeth Paulisse said.

Katy Morgan, Minza Karim, Todd Smith and Bob Hesselbein have submitted paperwork to run for the Board of Education.

The sixth annual Winter Institute will take place on Feb. 15-16 at Kromrey and registration is now open.

The 24th annual Country Breakfast, hosted by the MHS Choral Boosters, will be held on Sunday, Jan. 13 from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the MHS Student Center.

Forty middle school students advanced out of their respective school spelling bees earlier this month to the District Spelling Bee, which will be held on Wednesday, Jan.

Thirty-nine MHS DECA members competed at the second annual Middleton DECA Mini-Conference held at the school on Saturday, Dec. 15. 

Five MHS students -- Devon Jackson, Karina Bursac, Hannah Flottmeyer, Gabby Pierson Mays, Reagan Thomas, along with athletic director Bob Joers, attended the 10th annual WIAA Sportsmanship Summit,

Five experts presented to MHS students in the Seminar: American Social Issues Today last week as part of the crime and justice unit.

Principals Maria Dyslin (Sunset Ridge) and Duy Nguyen (Northside) presented their School Improvement Team reports, which are tied to the Multi-Tiered Systems of Support school improvement framework

Eppstein Uhen Architects' Kim Frerichs and Robin Savola, who are part of the high school design team, reported on the initial processes that have taken place, at the Board of Education regular meet