Superintendent Don Johnson provided an update to the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, Nov.
Exhibits by John D'Onofrio and Noah Willman will be on display at Gallery 2000 on the first floor at MHS for the next few weeks.
MHS announced this week that graduation will move back to Sunday afternoon and be held on June 7 at 2 p.m. for the Class of 2015.
Glacier Creek principal Tim Keeler and Kromrey principal Steve Soeteber shared information on action plans, achievement levels, value add, achievement gap, PBIS, state report cards and unique items
Do you plan to ship any packages before the holidays? Would you like to help the MCPASD Education Foundation at the same time? If so, then we have a deal for you.
Nine MHS seniors received commendation honors for the National Merit Scholarship Corporation recently.
Looking for cabinets and sewing machines? How about riding and non-riding auto floor scrubbers? Then check out the latest auction being held by the Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District.
Elm Lawn was recently awarded $250 to partially underwrite the “Making Jazz Music Child’s Play” program.
The Board of Education unanimously approved a plan to move forward with a compensation committee model at its regular meeting on Monday, Nov. 10.
Have a sports fan on your holiday shopping list? Show your MHS Cardinal pride with gear from the new Cardinal Webstore.
Northside principal Roz Craney and Sauk Trail principal Chris Dahlk shared information on action plans, achievement levels, value add, achievement gap, PBIS, state report cards and unique items to
Students at Sauk Trail didn’t need a white lab coat or a Bill Nye the Science Guy bow tie to conduct an array of experiments Thursday as the school’s Science Night drew more than 400 students, fami
Nearly 400 community members attended an open house at Kromrey Middle School on Wednesday, Nov. 12 and toured the new areas.
Another MCPASD team fared quite well at the First League League regional tournament at Madison College over the weekend.
Thirty-five MHS students attended the UW-Whitewater DECA Mini-Conference on Saturday and 14 earned medals.
MHS DECA adviser Robert Hutchison said 33 were competitors, while two coached.