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There's now a mobile application available for your smart phones that will keep you even more connected to the Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District.

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If you are interested in playing club basketball this season, you can now register to play with the Middleton Basketball Club.

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Elm Lawn fourth-grade teacher Chris Conohan was one of six staff MCPASD staff members to attend a writing workshop in New York City in late June. He shared his thoughts on the trip recently:

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First, a great big thank you to everyone who has participated in the last two Community Change Days of Giving campaigns. We raised nearly $1,000 for the MCPASD Education Foundation.

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Bikes were the main mode of transportation for a number of students, staff and parents at Northside on Tuesday.

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The Schools of Hope is a unique collaboration involving United Way of Dane County, Centro Hispano and local school districts, including the Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District.

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The school district will hold three orchestra concerts at the Performing Arts Center over the next three weeks.

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It was a great couple of days for some math students in the school district.

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The Destination Imagination team from Northside took first place at the state tournament in Stevens Point last weekend and qualified for the Global Finals in Knoxville, Tenn., May 22-25.

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The top 24 math students in fifth and sixth grade in the school district were identified at the annual MCPASD Math Meet last Thursday at the District Administrative Center.

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Six elementary, middle school teams or high school teams placed first or second at the Destination Imagination regional tournament on Saturday, March 2 in Cambria.

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Join the Wisconsin Singers in celebrating 45 years of jaw-dropping entertainment with their newest show, Can’t Stop Us Now! on Saturday, March 9 starting at 7 p.m.

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Northside is located on the northwest side of Middleton, approximately 1 mile east of Highway 12/18 (the Beltline) and 1 mile north of University Avenue.

 

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The two Coaches vs. Cancer events held last week by the Middleton High School basketball programs raised more than $2,500.

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