For the fifth straight year, Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District students had a composite score on the ACT college admissions exam at least three points above the state average, according t
The District recently received a $1,750 grant from the Madison Area Sports Commission earlier this month to fund scholarships to potential s
Student Services Director Jerry Nicholson provided his annual report, including seclusion and restraint incident information for the previous school year at the Board of Education regular meeting o
The Board of Education continued a review of the District's class size guidelines and had a lengthy discussion about lowering class sizes in the future at its regular meeting on Monday, Aug. 22
Assistant Superintendent Sherri Cyra told the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, Aug. 22 that enrollment continues to be well ahead of projections.
The Board of Education spent one hour in a work session discussing the charge and parameters to place on a facility planning committee on Monday, Aug. 22.
The Middleton-Cross Plains Area Indoor Pool is looking for energetic, responsible, reliable lifeguards and swim lesson instructors to join its team.
Seven MHS students participated in Badger Boys State or Badger Girls State over the summer.
MHS senior-to-be Megah Chalke participated in the World Affairs Seminar at Carroll University in Waukesha earlier this summer and raved about the experience.
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Tara Bradford, a family consumer science teacher at Middleton High School, was one of 32 teachers nationwide chosen to complete a week-long food science training program held earlier this summer in
Superintendent George Mavroulis discussed a communication that will go out to staff, District families and the community via the two weekly newspapers about efforts to support students at the regul
Superintendent George Mavroulis and Business Services Director Lori Ames shared more information about a facilities planning committee at the Board of Education regular meeting on Monday, Aug.
The Board of Education reviewed the District's class size guidelines policy and had a lengthy discussion about whether changes need to be made at its regular meeting on Monday, Aug. 8.