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Twelve middle school students in each grade advanced to the Regional Math Meets based on their performance at he District Math Meets, which were held on March 12 and 13 at the Hilton Garden Inn in

CSCS junior and activist Zoe Wei Wyse recently had an article published in Our Lives magazine, a local publication celebrating LGBT people and allies.

Students in grades 4-6 from Northside, Park, Sunset Ridge, Elm Lawn, Glacier Creek and Kromrey participated in the Math 24 Regional Event at UW-Madison's Union South on Feb. 27.

Director of Student Services Jerry Nicholson shared information on the special education and student services programs offered in the District at the Board of Education regular meeting on Monday, M

Interim 4K principal Colleen Young updated the Board of Education on the District's 4K program at its regular meeting on Monday, March 12.

The MCPASD Two-Way Immersion (TWI) program has scheduled four informational meetings for families who are interested in applying to the program.

Bill Foster of School Perceptions presented information on a draft community survey for the facilities planning process to the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, March 12.

All 11 MHS DECA students who attended the State Career Development Conference on March 5-7 in Lake Geneva earned medals, the first time that has happened in program history.

Two teams comprised of District students took first place in their respective challenges at the Destination Imagination regional meet in Beloit on Feb.

Facilities Planning Committee co-chair Luke Francois updated the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, Feb.

Director of Employee Services Tabatha Gundrum updated the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, Feb. 26 on the District's efforts to recruit a more diverse staff.

Sauk Trail principal Chris Dalk provided a mid-year review as part of the requirement for the achievement gap reduction (AGR) grant the school receives at the Board of Education regular meeting on

Seven high school students -- Peter Opitz, Megan Andrews, McKenzie John, Jesus Quechol, Chann Bowman, Kat Perez-Wilson, Anahi Mancillas -- who attended the Minority Student Achievement Network Conf

Wellness coordinator Kalise Horst, who also serves as a physical education teacher at Glacier Creek, updated the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, Feb.

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