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Karen Rice Osterman, the District's Transitional Education and Bilingual Family Outreach Coordinator, shared with MCPASD officials on Monday the updated numbers for students experiencing homelessne

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Looking for computers, a label and sign maker, printers, overhead projectors and even a library document cabinet?

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Director of Student Services Jerry Nicholson presented data on the last three years regarding the number of incidents and number of students involved in

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The Board of Education approved an addendum and some changes to the District and administrative goals for the 2014-15 school year at its regular meeting on Monday, Aug. 25.

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The Board of Education unanimously approved 63 items for the faculty handbook and also unanimously approved a pilot program that would allow the Distric

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The District has gained 39 more students in the last two weeks, Assistant Superintendent for Educational Services George Mavroulis told the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, Aug.

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School Perceptions owner Bill Foster presented information about the staff climate survey that was offered in May to the Board of Eduation during a work session in advance of their regular meeting

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The Board of Education will consider approving items as part of Phase 2 of the certified staff handbook at its regular meeting on Monday, Aug. 25.

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Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District seniors who took the ACT in 2013-14 were among the best in the state once again.

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The MHS Dance Team won multiple honors at the Universal Dance Association (UDA) Camp at UW-Milwaukee from July 19-22.

"We had an extremely successful camp,'' coach Jackie Jaucian said.

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Due to the construction on Branch St and some water main work that needs to be done, the Sauk Trail Office will be closed Thursday, August 21st and Friday August 22nd.

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The Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District learned on Sunday night that it won a $6,000 grant from the Berbee Derby Technology Education Foundation.

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Approximately 75 new teachers to the District will spend the next three days getting acclimated as part of MCPASD's New Teacher Induction program.

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The Board of Education considered multiple approaches for how to best engage staff at eac of the District's 10 schools during its regular meeting on Mon

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Approximately 350 community members attended open houses at Glacier Creek or Kromrey this week and toured the new areas at both schools, District Communications Director Perry Hibner said.

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