News Archive

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More than 20 people are expected to present at the seventh annual MHS Human Rights Week, which runs from Feb. 22-26.

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Director of Bilingual Services Mandi Sersch and MHS English Second Language resource teacher Stephanie Meyer provided information on the District's ESL/Bilingual program design and said they plan t

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Director of Curriculum and Assessment State MaryBeth Paulisse reviewed the 2014-15 state test achievement data results that were recently released by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

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Director of Student Services Jerry Nicholson, along with Kari Gault and Maggie Pfeil, provided a report on the early childhood program, special education services and the student services departmen

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Principal Kari Gault, along with Maggie Pfeil, Vicki Farnsworth and Joan Stoppleworth, shared information on the 4K program and also covered the program's continuous improvement process at the regu

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Camp Invention will be held at Sauk Trail for the third consecutive summer, this time from July 11-15, camp director and District elementary teacher Kristin Pavelec said.

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Two MHS teams took first place in the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Region V competition on Saturday, Feb. 6 at Waunakee High School.

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Park recently received a grant of $5,600 to purchase emergent storybooks for kindergarten students.

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Looking for floor scrubbers, lockers, radios, shelving, audio-visual carts, office furniture, and more?

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The MHS Cardinal Booster Club's third annual Tailgate Party is set for Saturday, Feb. 20, and will take place at Keva Sports Center, 8312 Forsythia St., Middleton.

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Representatives from Genesee Community Charter School in Rochester, N.Y. visited Park Elementary and Kromrey Middle School on Tuesday, Jan.

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MHS senior Victoria Trantow has received the 2016 Wisconsin National Center for Women & Information Technology award for aspirations in computing.

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Middleton High School will host Adaptive Sports USA Junior Nationals on July 16-22.

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Courtney Miller, a 2005 MHS graduate who also attended Elm Lawn and Kromrey, will make her Madison Opera debut this weekend when the company premier of Mark Adamo's Little Women comes to t

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Colin Higgins, a 2011 MHS graduate who was recently selected as a Rhodes Scholar, was recognized by the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, Jan. 25.

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