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One hundred and 20 students in grades 5-8 from Glacier Creek and Kromrey participated in the District Math Meets at the District Administrative Center in March.

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The MCPASD Education Foundation announced today that there will be a second phase to its popular Bricks to Build a Strong Foundation campaign.

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The annual dinner event, A Little Taste of Italy, featuring non-stop music performances MHS bands, orchestras and jazz bands, will be held on Saturday, April 11 from 4:30 to 8 p.m.

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Students from DeForest, Mount Horeb and Verona joined Kromrey seventh- and eighth-grade jazz ensemble students on Saturday, March 21 for a Jazz Festival.

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The Boardof Education spent more than an hour discussing the 2015-16 budget, including a health insurance update,  short-term compensation considerations, and voluntary early retirement (VER) for t

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Hundreds of MHS music students performed at the Wisconsin School Music Association  Solo/Ensemble Music Festival on Saturday, March 7 in Oregon.

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More than 525 tickets have been sold for the Maggie Mae Concert to honor Rod "Peanuts" Esser at the Performing Arts Center on April 18, MCPASD Education Foundation executive director Perry Hibner s

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Staff members Tim Ashe and Jolene Wochenske along with students Denae Brown, Shelby Noble and Andrew Plumb have been named recipients of 2015 Herb Kohl Foundation awards.

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The Board of Education discussed communication with the legislature and community related to the state budget -- and specifically the Cooperative Academic Parternship Program (CAPP) at its regular

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Two concerts scheduled for the Performing Arts Center in May have flipped dates in order to accomodate all-day testing at MHS on May 4.

The dates for the band concerts are: 

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Area state legislators Jon Erpbenbach, Dianne Hesselbein and Sandy Pope-Roberts spent 50 minutes discussing the state budget and answering questions at the Board of Education regular meeting on Mon

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MHS junior Ethan Larson learned this week that he has won a silver medal in the National Scholastic Art competion.

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MHS science teachers Jackie Curran and Melissa Burgos are proposing a Save the Rainforest Service Learning Trip to Panama in 2016.

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The Middleton Action Team will sponsor a Spring Elections Candidates Forum on Wednesday, March 25 starting at 7 p.m. at Kromrey Middle School, 7009 Donna Dr.

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