For the second straight year, more than half of all Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District schools significantly exceeded expectations on the School Report Cards, which were issued Tuesday by
The Dane County Public Heath Department has shared some information on its website about Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68), which has been in the news recently.
The MCPASD Education Foundation's fall grant application is now available.
The MHS Homecoming parade will have a new date and time in 2014 and officials hope it means even more District students and community members will be able to attend.
The MCPASD Education Foundation officially kicked off its Bricks to Build a Strong Foundation campaign on Friday, Aug. 1.
Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District students won both the individual and team titles at the Mega Math Meet for students in grades 5-6 on May 22 at UW-Madison.
The District will launch a new, interactive menu system starting May 1 that should provide a number of benefits to families, School Nutrition coordinator Susan Peterman said Friday.
Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District students swept the Regional Math Meets held this week.
The MCPASD Education Foundation handed out 10 grants to seven schools as part of its second spring bus tour on Tuesday.
The local Growing Food and Sustainability program will hold two summer garden camps for children in kindergarten through eighth grade, director Gabrielle Hinahara said.
The top math students in our elementary and middle schools were identified at the annual District Math Meet on Tuesday and Wednesday at the District Administrative Center.
The Kromrey Music Department is in need of a piano and has initiated a fundraiser in hopes of purchasing one.
Soloists Michelle Xie and Virginia Wagner will perform at the eighth annual Eine Kleine Kindermusik (A Little Music for Kids) concert hosted by the MHS Symphony Orchestra on Wednesday, March 12 at
District students are again encouraged to participate in the Middleton Optimists' oratorical contest.
Kromrey eighth grader Peter Opitz was the top speller in last Thursday's District Spelling Bee.