News Archive

MHS social studies teacher Andrew Hartman has been awarded a Center for the Study of the American Constitution (CSAC) Fellowship for the 2020 school year.

More than 20 people attended a brick signing ceremony at the Pope Farm construction site on Thursday, Feb. 20.

The Cross Plains and Middleton Optimist Clubs will again each host an oratorical contest later this year and District students are encouraged to participate.

The MHS girls snowboard team captured its fourth consecutive WIARA state championship on Saturday, Feb. 15 at Mount La Crosse.

MHS senior Shruti Parthasarathy was recently presented with the President's Volunteer Service Gold Medal.

MHS senior Jade Davis and sophomore Hudson Roberts took first place at the Recipe for Excellence competition on Thursday, Feb. 13 at UW-Stout in Menomonie.

MHS seniors Kate Meier and Ella Roach and junior Madison Xiao were each recently recognized by the Scholastic Arts & Writing Awards.

Superintendent Dana Monogue led a discussion with the Board of Education regarding their current goals and what changes might be made going forward at the regular meeting on Monday, Feb. 10.

Clark Street Community School has been featured in The Washington Post.

Deputy Superintendent Sherri Cyra, Director of Elementary Education Rainey Briggs and eight principals shared an update on the internal boundary change process that will go into effect for the next

MHS students in the Advanced Placement Environmental Sciences course spent two days last month working with Ice Age Trail Alliance volunteers at John Muir Park in Marquette County.

The MHS dance team placed fifth in D1 hip hop and seventh in D1 pom at the Wisconsin Association of Cheer/Pom Coaches State Championships on Saturday, Feb. 1 in La Crosse.

MHS had 43 students place in the top three at the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Region V Leadership Conference on Saturday, Feb. 1 at Waterloo High School.

Glacier Creek seventh-grader Akshay Manna took first place in the District Spelling Bee held at Kromrey Middle School on Wednesday, Jan. 29.

Sauk Trail principal Chris Dahlk, Sunset Ridge principal Maria Dyslin and West Middleton principal Katrina Krych updated the Board of Education on the work being done at their respective schools at