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Superintendent Don Johnson provided an update to the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, Nov.

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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.

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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.

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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

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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.

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Nine MHS seniors received commendation honors for the National Merit Scholarship Corporation recently.

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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.

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Elm Lawn was recently awarded $250 to partially underwrite the “Making Jazz Music Child’s Play” program. 

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The Board of Education unanimously approved a plan to move forward with a compensation committee model at its regular meeting on Monday, Nov. 10.

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Have a sports fan on your holiday shopping list? Show your MHS Cardinal pride with gear from the new Cardinal Webstore.

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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

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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

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Nearly 400 community members attended an open house at Kromrey Middle School on Wednesday, Nov. 12 and toured the new areas.

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Another MCPASD team fared quite well at the First League League regional tournament at Madison College over the weekend.

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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.

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