Director of Employee Services Tabatha Gundrum went over how much it would cost to correct gaps for teachers related to salaries and provided information on three possible scenarios at the Board of
More than 50 people participated in a functional emergency preparedness exercise at the District Administrative Center on Tuesday, Aug. 11.
Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District students who took the ACT college entrance exam in 2014-15 had the best composite average in among Dane County districts and Big Eight Conference schools
Director of Curriculum and Assessment MaryBeth Paulisse updated the Board on student assessments for the 2015-16 school year at its regular meeting o
Nearly 80 teachers have already attended professional development sessions on reading strategies in August, Elementary Director of Teaching & Learning Sherri Cyra said.
Deputy Superintendent George Mavroulis reported K-12 enrollment is more than 200 students above where it was during the official Third Friday September count in 2014 at the regular meeting of the B
Kromrey had 39 students, the most of any area school, participate in the Tri 4 Schools' fifth annual Middleton Kids Triathlon, which was held on Saturday, Aug. 22.
The District's 4K program held a two-day Boot Camp for all teachers in the program on Aug. 19-20 at Edgewood College on Deming Way on Madison's West side.
Two Middleton High School teams were honored at the Project Lead the Way Engineering Design Competition in Milwaukee on Wednesday, Aug. 12.
Clark Street Community School was featured in the most recent edition of The Journal Magazine.
Don Johnson provided an update on the Teacher Advisory Compensation Committee's work and reviewed the budget impact of three elements of salary adjustments that are under consideration for 2015-16
Deputy Superintendent George Mavroulis told the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, Aug.
Glacier Creek has a new associate principal and dean of students.
The MHS Envirothon team placed 33rd out of 58 teams in attendance from North America at the week-long National Conservation Foundation Envirothon, which was held at Missouri State University in Spr
More than 35 administrators, representing every school in the District along with the central office, had two days of valuable professional development training this week.