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To support the values of good citizenship and playing fair, Sauk Trail recently launched a unique contest, open to all students and staff: try to guesstimate how many old markers are crammed into a

Long-time Big Eight Conference baseball rivals Middleton and Sun Prairie will again unite in an effort to raise money for pediatric cancer research during the Cardinals Strike Out Cancer game on Th

Anne Bauer, Sean Hyland and Linda Yu were re-elected to the Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District Board of Education on Tuesday.

The following story was written by eighth-grader Erin Schleusner as part of a literacy course by Jean Holman at Kromrey:

MHS sophomore Ella Roach and junior Mia Kim won Scholastic Art and Writing Midwest Regional Awards recently.

Two teams comprised of District students competed ad the Destination Imagination state tournament at UW-Stevens Point on March 24 and qualified for Global Finals later this year.

Ken Metz has been named the new principal at Glacier Creek Middle School.

West Middleton principal Katrina Krych and Director of Facilities Services Bill Eberhardt provided information on temporary classroom options at the school for 2018-19 to the Board of Education at

Thirty District middle school students placed in the top 10 in the Yahara River Writers Contest this year.

Glacier Creek sixth-grade teacher Rhonda Veroeven has been named a recipient of the 2018 Herb Kohl Education Foundation Fellowship Award.

Administration from Glacier Creek and Kromrey middle schols provided their annual school improvement team reports to the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, March 19.

Director of Business Services Lori Ames updated the Board of Education on the 2018-19 budget process at its regular meeting on Monday, March 19.

The following article was written by MHS junior Ben Scher.

The MHS Band and Orchestra Spring Concert, Supper and Silent Auction will take place on Saturday, April 7 from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Student Center.

District graduation rates climbed to nearly 91 percent for the Class of 2017, the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction announced earlier this week.

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