News Archive

Body:

MOM's annual Back to School program, which provides backpacks stuffed with grade-level supplies for children in pre-kindergarten through high school, is underway and donations will be taken until A

Body:

The District will once again have an entry in the Middleton Good Neighbor Festival parade and officials are encouraging adults and their children to participate.

Body:

The District announced recently that the 2016-17 fees have been assigned in the FeePay system.

Body:

West Middleton was among 47 schools recognized for being named a Green Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education at a ceremony in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, July 20.

Body:

* The Board of Education approved the 2016-17 preliminary budget at its regular meeting on Monday, July 11.

Body:

MHS principal Steve Plank and Director of Secondary Education Laura Love shared preliminary plans for supporting high school students deal with controversial issues at the Board of Education regula

Body:

MHS athletic director Bob Joers had lots of good news to share in his annual co-curricular report to the Board of Education at its regular meeting on July 11.

Body:

A record 166 students attended the third annual Camp Invention at Sauk Trail Elementary on July 11-15.

Body:

MHS seniors Kira Holmes, Sam Inman, Russell Kjorlie and Allie Yan have been selected to receive National Merit Scholarships.

Body:

Superintendent George Mavroulis shared with the Board of Education background about the last Long Range Planning Committee, while the Board discussed facility options moving forward at its regular

Body:

Assistant Superintendent Sherri Cyra told the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, July 11 that enrollment growth has started to flatten, although the District is still 250 st

Body:

Anna Ashley, Elizabeth DiTullio and Sarah Wexler, who graduated from Middleton High School in 2016, are finalists in The Paradigm Challenge, one of the largest youth innovation competitions in the

Body:

Looking for desktop computers, refrigerated self-serve cases, weight lifting equipment, light fixtures and more?

Body:

The Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District will receive an estimated $10.7 million in state aid from Wisconsin's biennial budget, according to estimates released by the Department of Public In

Body:

The following article appeared in the Middleton Times-Tribune published recently.

Pages