Park recently received a grant of $5,600 to purchase emergent storybooks for kindergarten students.
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The MHS Cardinal Booster Club's third annual Tailgate Party is set for Saturday, Feb. 20, and will take place at Keva Sports Center, 8312 Forsythia St., Middleton.
Representatives from Genesee Community Charter School in Rochester, N.Y. visited Park Elementary and Kromrey Middle School on Tuesday, Jan.
MHS senior Victoria Trantow has received the 2016 Wisconsin National Center for Women & Information Technology award for aspirations in computing.
Middleton High School will host Adaptive Sports USA Junior Nationals on July 16-22.
Courtney Miller, a 2005 MHS graduate who also attended Elm Lawn and Kromrey, will make her Madison Opera debut this weekend when the company premier of Mark Adamo's Little Women comes to t
Colin Higgins, a 2011 MHS graduate who was recently selected as a Rhodes Scholar, was recognized by the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, Jan. 25.
The MHS Debate Team had a successful end to the season this past weekend at the Wisconsin State Debate Tournament in West Bend.
Principal Steve Plank, along with eight other staff members and seven students, presented the continuous improvement process action plans and data regarding improvement for Middleton High School to
The Cross Plains and Middleton Optimists Clubs will once again host oratorical contests and District students are encouraged to participate.
Dancing to the warm sounds of the Caribbean on a cold winter night, around 250 people came out for Salsa Night at Sauk Trail on Friday, Jan. 22.
District officials participated in three presentations at the State Education Convention last week at the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee.
The Education Foundation held its inaugural Partners in Education (PIE) Celebration Luncheon on Monday, Jan. 25 at the Kromrey Middle School cafeteria and more than 150 attended.
Director of Secondary Teaching and Learning Laura Love, along with Lauri Weis, Kim Gauen, Jill Gurtner and Jalateefa Joe-Meyers, presented information on the District's graduation rate efforts to t