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.
If you are interested in playing club basketball this season, you can now register to play with the Middleton Basketball Club.
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:
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.
Bikes were the main mode of transportation for a number of students, staff and parents at Northside on Tuesday.
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.
The school district will hold three orchestra concerts at the Performing Arts Center over the next three weeks.
It was a great couple of days for some math students in the school district.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The two Coaches vs. Cancer events held last week by the Middleton High School basketball programs raised more than $2,500.