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All three resolutions related to the 2018-19 District budget were approved unanimously at the Annual Meeting and Budget Hearing on Monday, Sept. 17.

UW Credit Union is excited to be back at MHS for the new school year and wishes all students, staff and families a happy and successful first semester.

Director of Equity and Student Achievement Percy Brown Jr. shared with the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, Sept.

MHS seniors Meghna Datta, Owen Engling, Marcus Knoke, Steven Lawton, Annie Ma, Benjamin Scher, Laura Stewart, David Whittingham and Jason Yang were named National Merit Scholarship semifinalists on

Assistant Superintendent Sherri Cyra provided an update on enrollment to the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, Sept.

Five MHS saxophone players -- seniors Max Newcomer and Lucy Croasdale and juniors Jonathan Downs, Amanda Roesch and Andrew Stine -- were recently featured in the Wisconsin State Journal.

The Early Childhood classroom at Northside is looking for peer models for the 2018-2019 school year.

Sauk Trail's Rebecca Saeman is one of four state finalists for the 2018 Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST).

Director of Student Services Barb Buffington and Assistant Director Cindy Malcheski presented the yearly seclusion and restraint report, which is required by state law, to the Board of Education at

The District is accepting applications for an opening in Area IV on the Board of Education.

More than 85 percent of all MHS students participated in at least one sport or club, athletic director Bob Joers said during his annual co-curricular presentation to the Board of Education at its r

Assistant Superintendent Sherri Cyra provided an update on enrollment to the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, Aug.

The District is looking to add regular and substitute bus drivers who will work with children of all age levels for the 2018-19 school year.

Park music teacher Emily Spahn and Glacier Creek band teacher Anne Vanderbloemen recently accepted donations from the Rosmary Garfoot Public Library from their summer reading challenge, "Reading Ro

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