The Middleton Conservancy got a little makeover on Saturday thanks to the efforts of students who are members of the Big City Mountaineers.
Ted Boyett, the manager of the Middleton-Cross Plains Area Indoor Pool, received the Paragon Award at the International Swimming Hall of Fame induction ceremonies last weekend in Fort Lauderdale, F
Four Kromrey eighth-grade students competed in the state-wide 2013 Whipping Up Wellness Student Chef Competition on May 16.
Twenty-four Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District students in grades 5-8 were honored at the Yahara River Writers Top 10 Workshop at Union South on the UW-Madison campus on May 15.
MHS hosted its second legislative session of the school year last week and social studies teacher David Piovanetti labeled it a huge success.
Sauk Trail students were performers and active listeners in a jazz concert at an all-school assembly on May 10.
More than 40 staff members were honored at the annual Employee Recognition Breakfast on Tuesday at the Hilton Garden Inn.
Join award-winning mezzo-soprano Courtney Miller for her homecoming recital Saturday, May 18th at 2pm at the Middleton High School Performing Arts Center. Ms.
The Schools of Hope is a unique collaboration involving United Way of Dane County, Centro Hispano and local school districts, including the Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District.
The MHS choral program will present its Spring Choral Concert on Tuesday, May 14 beginning at 7:30 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center.
The Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District’s Education Foundation will hold a community-wide celebration to honor its first grant recipients and the many organizations and individuals who have
The school district will hold three orchestra concerts at the Performing Arts Center over the next three weeks.
With the University of Wisconsin System’s budget reserve fund in the news over the past couple of weeks, we thought now was a good time to share information with our families and taxpayers about ou
Park kindergarten teacher Amy Callies has enjoyed a lot of great moments in her career. There's no doubt that Friday morning was one of them.
MHS learned on Monday it is the third-ranked public high school in the state, according to Newsweek magazine.