News Archive

Annette Ashley was elected the Board of Education president for 2020-21 at the regular meeting on Monday, May 11.

Director of Curriculum, Assessment, and 4K MaryBeth Paulisse and Director of Communications Perry Hibner shared information about a virtual learning survey the District recently offered to families

MHS band teacher Doug Brown and Glacier Creek sixth-grade teacher Lyndsey Ebben have been named 2020 Kohl Educational Foundation Teacher Fellowship winners.

The Calendar Committee considered bell schedules and how changes might impact future calendars at its third meeting on Tuesday, May 5.

The Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District will rename its indoor pool after longtime athletic director Bob Joers, Director of Communications Perry Hibner announced this week.

Assistant Superintendent of Operations Lori Ames reviewed information about points available for teaching staff and compensation for all staff as part of the budgeting process for 2020-21 at the Bo

The Board of Education approved the initial budget assumptions for 2020-21 at its regular meeting on Monday, April 27.

Deputy Superintendent Sherri Cyra provided an update on how virtual learning is going since the District moved to online instruction on April 1 at the Board of Education meeting on Monday, April 27

If you are a District student and your housing situation has changed as a result of COVID-19, the McKinney-Vento Education Assistance Act provides you with support.

CSCS educator Rick Evans, Glacier Creek fifth-grade teacher Amy Weber, and Sunset Ridge kindergarten teacher Wendy Judd were among 20 area teachers to receive honorable mention recognition as part

The District sent out a survey on Friday, April 24 asking families to answer a handful of questions about how virtual learning is going.

MHS was ranked the No. 2 high school in Dane County and the 14th best high school out of more than 550 in Wisconsin by U.S.

Governor Evers announced on Thursday, April 16 that all public and private K-12 schools will remain closed for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year.

April 13-17 has been declared as Wisconsin's Tornado & Severe Weather Awareness Week.