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Staff at all 10 District schools along with administrative assistants in all MCPASD buildings took part in 2-hour training sessions on safety and security as part of a professional development day

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The Board of Education unanimously approved the 2014-15 budget and certified the tax levy for the Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District at its regular meeting on Monday, Oct. 27.

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Park kindergarten teacher Amy Callies received a $1,000 grant from the Teachers' Outdoor Environmental Education Fund on Monday.

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Two possible calendars for the 2015-16 school year were shared with the Board of Education, which discussed the merits and challenges with each one, at its regular meeting on Monday, Oct. 27.

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More than 300 people attended the Sauk Trail PTA's annual Spaghetti Dinner and Book Fair on Friday, Oct. 24.

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Principal Steve Plank updated the Board of Education on the current testing protocols that are in place at MHS at its regular meeting on Monday, Oct. 27.

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Elm Lawn principal Bob Schell and Park principal Monica Schommer shared information on action plans, achievement levels, value add, achievement gap, PBIS, state report cards and unique items to the

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Looking for kitchen cabinets and an electric stove?

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The Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District will hold tours of the new areas at Kromrey Middle School on Wednesday, Nov. 12 and all community members are welcome to attend.

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Director of Bilingual Services Mandi Maurice and Transitional Educational and Bilingual Family Outreach Coordinator Karen Rice Osterman will present at the Wisconsin Teachers of English to Speakers

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If you're interested in attending Friday night's football game between MHS and Fond du Lac at Breitenbach Stadium, consider purchasing your tickets in advance.

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Want to make a difference in your community? Want a job that offers flexibility for your family? The District needs you!

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Thirty-two Latino parents with children in the District gathered at the District Administrative Center to participate in a Community Information Night on Wednesday, Oct. 22.

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It is the time of year where there is an increase in number of illnesses (strep throat, influenza, GI viruses, pink eye, etc.) seen in the community.  It is important for everyone to eat well and g

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The Board of Education received an update on the District's Educator Effectiveness program and its implementation from Assistant Superintendent for Educational Services George Mavroulis at its regu

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