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The Board of Education reviewed some potential minor changes to the Certified Handbook at its regular meeting on Monday, April 13.

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 regular meeting on Monday,

Deputy Superintendent Sherri Cyra noted the District is projecting an increase of 132 students for the 2020-21 school year in her first update on enrollment projections at the Board of Education re

Annette Ashley, Bob Green and Paul Kinne were re-elected to the Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District Board of Education on Tuesday, April 7.

Voting for all City of Middleton residents will still take place at Kromrey Middle School on Tuesday, April 7 after the Wisconsin Supreme Court stayed Governor Evers' executive order on Monday nigh

District administrators shared with Superintendent Dana Monogue details about how the first week of online instruction went for students and staff as part of their weekly meeting on Monday, April 6

The District is holding student support sessions the rest of the week for children in grades 5-12 who needs more help as we transition to online instruction.

MHS has decided to change its annual Fine Arts Week to an entire month in 2020 due to COVID-19 and is changing to a digital format, orchestra teacher Steve Kurr said.

The District has developed a Learning from Home page on its District website as MCPASD transitions to online instruction due to COVID-19.

The Board of Education will hold another virtual meeting when it is scheduled to meet next on Monday, April 13, Director of Communications Perry Hibner announced.

Superintendent Dana Monogue, Deputy Superintendent Sherri Cyra, and Assistant Superintendent for Operations Lori Ames provided an update on the District's efforts related to the COVID-19 situation

The Board of Education briefly reviewed the achievement gap reduction data supplied by Sauk Trail principal Chris Dahlk at its regular meeting on Monday, March 30.

Directors gave an update to Superintendent Dana Monogue on Monday morning on the work their departments have been doing since schools were closed.

The District donated more than 10,000 items to the Middleton and Madison police departments along with UW Health this week, Director of Communications Perry Hibner announced.

Four MHS seniors -- Annie Browning, Charlotte Buck, Shreya Godishala and Grace Steinmetz -- were among only 102 students recognized by the Wisconsin Affiliate of the National Center for Women in In

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