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Four District elementary teachers are spending the week in Verona along with other teachers around the state working on mathematics.

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The Board of Education unanimously approved provisional items for the teacher handbook as presented with minor changes to Item 10.1 at its regular meeting on Monday, July 14.

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Just like in previous years, enrollment numbers held steady during late June and early July, the Board of Education heard at its regular meeting on Monday, July 14.

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Looking for computers, file cabinets, class equpiment, food service equpiment and more? Then check out the latest auction being held by the Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District.

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Anja Pustaver, who graduated from MHS in 2014, was awarded first place in the High School Woman Classical Vocal competition at the National Association of Teachers of Singing biennial conference in

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The Board of Education unanimously approved approved revisions to the District's non-discrimination policy along with supporting and endorsing efforts to engage staff and students in supporting the

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Sauk Trail fourth-grade students and senior citizens from around the area teamed up on a project this past year that combined art and the environment.

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It's been a busy last year at Glacier Creek and Kromrey middle schools due to all of the construction but the pace will pick up even more over the next few weeks.

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MHS athletic and activities director Bob Joers presented a very glowing report about student participation numbers for sports and for clubs and activities for the 2013-14 school year at the Board o

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Dates have been set for the four locations where art developed by Sauk Trail fourth-graders will be displayed.

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The Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District is looking for a few elementary student volunteers.

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Superintendent Don Johnson and Director of Teaching & Learning for Student Services Jerry Nicholson provided background information on a request by students earlier this year to change the Dist

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More than 30 recent MHS graduates were named to the ninth annual Hues Awards of Excellence presnted by the Capital City Hues.

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The Board of Education discussed the process and timeline for a teacher employee handbook along with the makeup of a standing committee to work on the handbook at its regular meeting on Monday, Jun

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Enrollment should grow but not more than 2 percent, Superintendent Don Johnson told the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, June 23.

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