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Recent MHS graduate Kailey Boyle was one of six finalists at the 2016 National High School Musical Theatre Awards in New York City this week and also received a $2,500 scholarship for being among t

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Director of Secondary Teaching & Learning Laura Love provided information about part-time staffing at the secondary level at the Board of Education regular meeting on Monday, June 27 after the

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Looking for book shelves, tables, chairs, lockers, track equipment and more? How about desktop and laptop computers, computer desks and electronics?

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Don Johnson, who will retire after nine years as superintendent on June 30, was recognized by the Board of Education along with construction partner J.H.

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Northside principal Roz Craney and PTO wellness committee representative Danielle Boorstein told the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, June 27 about the Alliance for a Healthier

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Deputy Superintendent George Mavroulis told the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, June 27 that projected enrollment for 2016-17 continues to be well above what the District used

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Twelve MHS students attended the International Thespian Festival at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln recently.

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One of the District's elementary schools received an awfully nice present on Earth Day.

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Don Johnson, who plans to retire as superintendent on June 30 after nine years with the District, was recognized and periodically roasted at a 2-hour celebration on Thursday, June 16 at the Hilton

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Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District was one of 162 in the state to receive High Cost Special Education Aid payments on June 20 to reimburse a portion of the costs associated with teaching s

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English teacher Kendra Dando provided information about a new theatre course, Social Justice Forum (SJF), that was offered at MHS this past year, while Director of Equity and Student Achievement Pe

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The District will be holding a full-scale safety exercise at Middleton High School on Wednesday, Aug.

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Multiple District schools benefited from grants announced by the Middleton Endowmen (ME) committee earlier this month.

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The Board of Education had a lengthy discussion about the draft goals for the District, superintendent and departments in 2016-17 along with possible Board goals for the upcoming school year at its

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* The Board of Education unanimously approved a 2.3 percent increase in staff wages for the 2016-17 school year at its regular meeting on Monday, June 13.

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