The inaugural Concerts of the Square involving current and former MHS choral students went so well that it will happen again in 2018. Actually, students will get to perform at two concerts.
Assistant Superintendent Sherri Cyra provided her regular update on enrollment to the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, Oct.
The Board of Education learned about the possible options to deal with address the District's enrollment challenges and also the Facilities Planning Committee's thoughts on those ideas at its last
Al Jaeger, a senior vice president for Associated Financial Group, and Director of Employee Services Tabatha Gundrum updated the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, Oct.
The Cardinal Band, Cardinal Chorale and Cardinal Orchestra will team up to present the 2017 Cardinal Showcase on Oct. 24 at 7:30 p.m. at the Performing Arts Center.
The MHS Achievement Connections program is looking for approximately 40 volunteer tutors per semester to help students with mathematics.
The District was a co-sponsor of the seventh Annual Hispanic Heritage Luncheon at the Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center on Wednesday, Oct. 11.
Ten MHS band students have been accepted, through an audition process, into the Winds of Wisconsin (WoW), a premier high school wind ensemble on the UW-Madison campus.
MHS boys volleyball coach Ben White was selected as the recipient of the 2016-17 NFHS Boys Volleball Coach of the Year award for the state.
Looking for docking stations, teacher desks, shelves, file cabinets, tables and even a piano? Then check out the latest auction being held by the District.
Sixteen current or former MHS students scored among the top business students nationwide on rigorous exams to test their knowledge.
The award-winning MHS Theatre celebrates the legacy of family with five shows in its 2017-18 season.
The season opens on Nov. 1 and runs through May 5.
The MHS Wind Ensemble, under the direction of Doug Brown and Michael Ver Voort, will present a matinee performance showcasing a program in the style of John Phillip Sousa on Sunday, Oct.