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The Board of Education approved Assistant Superintendent for Business Services Tom Wohlleber as a District representative to the TIF District Joint Review Board at its regular meeting on Monday, Se

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For the second straight year, more than half of all Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District schools significantly exceeded expectations on the School Report Cards, which were issued Tuesday by

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The Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District Board of Education unanimously approved three of the four resolutions related to the 2013-14 district budget on Monday, Sept. 15.

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The Dane County Public Heath Department has shared some information on its website about Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68), which has been in the news recently.

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Rod “Peanuts” Esser will celebrate 50 years as a custodian in the Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District with a very special event in 2015.

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The MCPASD Education Foundation's fall grant application is now available.  

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A mural sponsored by the MCPASD Education Foundation is now complete at Sunset Ridge Elementary.

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The District is accepting requests for proposals for a contractor to install a  new flex floor in the MHS wrestling room, Facilities Services Manager Bill Eberhardt said.

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Director of Curriculum and Assessment MaryBeth Paulisse reviewed the value-added report, which included information on the process, coding, application and the school level results with the Board o

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Ceramic sculpture by Middleton resident Philip Lyons is on display through the end of September in the MHS Art Gallery 2000.

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Assistant Superintendent for Educational Services George Mavroulis told the Board of Education at its

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The MHS Homecoming parade will have a new date and time in 2014 and officials hope it means even more District students and community members will be able to attend.

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MHS will hold a book drive during Back To School Night on Wednesday, Sept. 10 from 7 to 9 p.m.

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Elm Lawn fourth-grade teacher Anne Solie won a grant worth nearly $1,000 from the Meemic Foundation last week.

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