MHS was named the best high school in Wisconsin by U.S. News & World Reports, according to a story posted on the magazine's website on Tuesday.
Park Elementary School in Cross Plains was one of 48 schools on Tuesday to be named a 2014 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon School.
Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District students swept the Regional Math Meets held this week.
MHS senior Eden Girma is one of 565 students to advance to the final round of the 2014 U.S. Presidential Scholars competition.
The MCPASD Education Foundation handed out 10 grants to seven schools as part of its second spring bus tour on Tuesday.
Recycling and eliminating waste has become a way of life for Glacier Creek students as part of the Terra Challenge, Jonathan Daugherty said.
The Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District needs regular and substitute bus drivers who will work with children of all age levels on routes during the 2013-14 school year.
The Board of Education approved a number of administrative recommendations for the 2014-15 budget at its regular meeting on Monday night.
The MHS boys and girls soccer programs have begun a fundraising campaign for a proposed soccer pavilion at Firefighter’s Park.
A crowd of approximately 200 attended the third annual Film Festival at the Middleton Performing Arts Center on Wednesday night.
The Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District was informed on Monday it will maintain its Aaa bond rating from Moody's Investor Service, Assistant Superintendent for Business Services Tom Wohlleb
Residents interested in filling the vacant Board of Education seat in Area I must apply by Wednesday, May 14.
A Destination Imagination team from Sunset Ridge and another team that includes students from Glacier Creek and Sunset Ridge both took first place in their respective divisions at the state tournam
Juniors Heidi Knoche, Amanda Powers, Ivraj Seerha and Michelle Xie took first place in team problem-solving at the 34th annual Wisconsin Future Problem Solvers State Bowl April 10-12 in Green Lake.
Enrollment in the District is projected to rise less than 1 percent for the 2014-15 school year, Assistant Superintendent for Educational Services George Mavroulis told the Board of Education at it