Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District students who took the ACT college entrace exam in 2014-15 had the best composite average in among Dane County districts and Big Eight Conference schools.
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.
Report cards for 4K through fourth grade will be available after 3 p.m. today, Wednesday, June 10.
At that time, the Reports section of the Campus Portal will work.
The MCPASD Education Foundation handed out nine grants to seven District schools as part of its fifth bus tour on Monday, May 18.
Fourteen Northside students in Jen Sadkovich's fourth-grade class competed in the Noetic Learning Math Contest in April.
Camp Invention has already surpassed its enrollment for last summer but is still taking applications, camp director Kristin Pavelec said this week.
The MHS Co-Curricular Carnival will be held on Thursday, April 23 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the MHS Courtyard.
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The Coaches vs. Cancer event held during the MHS-Verona boys basketball game on Friday, Jan. 23 raised $3,845, Key Club adviser Allie Warner said.
David Whittingham, an eighth-grader at Kromrey, won the MCPASD Spelling Bee on Wednesday, Jan. 21 at the Performing Arts Center.
Camp Invention will be held at Sauk Trail for the second consecutive summer, this time from July 13-17, camp director and District third-grade teacher Kristin Pavelec said.
The MHS boys basketball team will hold another Coaches vs. Cancer event along with its annual Youth Night on Friday, Jan.
The MCPASD Education Foundation handed out 10 grants to seven schools and the Middleton Youth Center as part of its second fall bus tour on Tuesday, Nov. 25.
It is the time of year where there is an increase in number of illnesses (strep throat, influenza, GI viruses, pink eye, etc.) seen in the community. It is important for everyone to eat well and g
For the second straight year, more than half of all Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District schools significantly exceeded expectations on the School Report Cards, which were issued Tuesday by