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The Cross Plains and Middleton Optimists Clubs will once again host oratorical contests and District students are encouraged to participate.

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District students in grades 3-8 were well above the state average for public school students on the Badger Exam, according to results released by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction on W

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The Missoula Children's Theater will present "Rumplestilskin" at the Performing Arts Center on Saturday, Jan. 30 at 2 and 4:30 p.m.

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First trimester report cards for grades  can be found on your family’s Campus Portal Account beginning December

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The Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District has received a $9,875.00 grant from the Wisconsin Environmental Education Board (WEEB) to implement its District school forest education plan.

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The MCPASD Education Foundation handed out 10 grants to five schools as part of its third fall bus tour on Wednesday, Dec. 2.

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Park principal Monica Schommer and Sunset Ridge principal Todd Mann presented the continuous improvement process action plans and data regarding improvement for their respective schools at the Boar

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Park students in third and fourth grade will again participate in a pen pal project with students from Africa.

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The new Buddy Bench at Park Elementary School was installed and is now ready for students to use to build friendships on the playground, school counselor Julie Gibbs-Soeteber said.

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This year Park students their Middleton Pride by marching in the 2015 Homecoming Parade.

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Report cards for 4K  through fourth grade will be available after 3 p.m. today, Wednesday, June 10.  

At that time, the Reports section of the Campus Portal will work.

 

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It's been an amazing year for behavior at Park and things were capped off last week with a Positive Behavorial Interventions and Support (PBIS) all-school assembly.

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The MCPASD Education Foundation handed out nine grants to seven District schools as part of its fifth bus tour on Monday, May 18.

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Park Elementary  hosted Title I students and their families on Thursday May 14 for 90 minutes of fun, games and food.

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