Welcome New Park Elementary Principal, Brett Humphrey!
Beep Beep! Make way for the the Kromrey 8th-grade class 'food trucks'!
Join us in congratulating Mike Hamstra on his new role as Transportation Manager!
Shout out to the Middleton High School KEY Club for taking extra time out of their day to clean the school grounds! We appreciate their help! Remember, it is everyone's responsibility to keep their school clean and the outdoors green!
The Kromrey lunch room always has creative holiday decor, but this week it received an upgrade thanks to a few students from Ms. Winters' 5th-grade class! Thank you for putting your ❤'s into crafting this awesome decor!
Join us in celebrating School Counselor Week from February 7th-11th! Thank you for all that you do to create a safe and inclusive space for our students!
Kromrey Middle School student council representatives made our bus drivers' day a little brighter!
Congratulations to MHS Senior, Logan Raffel for being recognized as the WSN Bug Tussel Wireless Triple Threat Athlete of the Week! His triple threat sports are: -Football -Basketball -Track & Field
*New commercial service agreement* Non-Hazardous Waste Removal For more information please visit our facility services page!
It is wintertime in Wisconsin! We are keeping an eye on the weather through tomorrow morning to ensure that students and staff can arrive safely to school. If in the event of a snow day, please note that students WILL NOT be learning asynchronously and will continue as a normal snow day. Families will be notified of any school closure by 6:15 AM tomorrow. For any questions about snow days please view our protocols on our website Stay warm MCPASD!
The MHS Dance Team recently finished out their "regular" season on a high note in the Falls Dance Invite at Menomonee Falls High School! 💃🏆 They scored first place in the D1 Pom Division for the first time in Dance Team history! They also placed 3rd in the D1 Hip Hop division, making it the first time they have placed and received trophies for both routines at every competition. Coach Rehberg mentioned she is incredibly proud of her team and how they have pushed themselves to do their best this season. Later this month, the team is headed to regionals at Watertown High School to compete and qualify for the state championship! More team results: Grace Klaas - 2nd Place 10th Grade Solo Neva Hinsey - 1st Place 11th Grade Solo Marissa Madaus - 3rd Place 11th Grade Solo Marissa Madaus & Maddy Pindilli - 1st Place HS Duet Jade Huemmer & Maddy Pindilli - 2nd Place HS Duet Aubrey Hinsey, Grace Klaas, & Audrey Sullivan - 2nd Place HS Small Group
Our West Middleton and Park Elementary testing sites will be open on Monday (1/17) and Friday (1/21). These sites will be closed from Tuesday - Thursday (1/18-1/20) West Middleton Hours | 3 p.m. - 7 p.m. Park Elementary Hours | 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Our Clark Street Community School (CSCS) testing site remains open Monday - Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., including (1/17) for MLK Day.
Thirty-nine district students participated in the Middleton-Cross Plains District Spelling Bee on Monday, January 10 in the evening at the Performing Arts Center at Middleton High School! The following students placed in the top 12 for the Regional Spelling Bee in February: Winner - Isa Killian - Kromrey 8th Runner Up - Darby Delaney - Glacier Creek 7th 3rd place - Devin Conners - Kromrey 7th 4th place - Gavin Wiese - Kromrey 8th 5th place - Radhika Gupta - Glacier Creek 8th 6th place - Abhinav Annasamudram - Glacier Creek 8th 7th place - Julia Do - Kromrey 5th 8th place - Allen Li - Kromrey 5th 9th place - Sid Chandra - Kromrey 6th place - 1st alternate 10th place - Maddy DeCabooter - Kromrey 8th - 2nd alternate 11th place - Porter McGee - Kromrey 8th - 3rd alternate 12th place - Kavin Karthik - Glacier Creek 6th - 4th alternate Congratulations to those students, as well as ALL participants who did a F-A-N-T-A-S-T-I-C job!! (See attached photo) Special thanks to Barb Snell, Jaclyn Fallin, Zane Enloe and his staff at MHS PAC and to parents Jackie Kaminski and Neelima Tellapragada for all your help with the bee.
The MHS Dance Team took home first place in the large varsity hip hop division at the 2022 Badger State Showdown competition! They also had 4 dancers named as Badger State All Stars! MHS was the only school this year to have a dancer from each grade chosen. Great work ladies! Here are their result from the Badger State Showdown and Franklin Dance competitions: Badger state: 1st place Large Varsity Hip Hop 4 All Star Dancers: 9th Grade 2nd Place: Lola Boehen 10th Grace 1st Place: Madeline Pellitteri 11th Grade 2nd Place: Marissa Madaus 12th Grade 4th Place: Ashlyn Roush 4th place Large Varsity Pom Franklin Dance: * D1/D2 Solos: * Marissa Madaus - 1st * Neva Hinsey - 2nd * Grace Klaas - 4th * Katy Bouril - 6th * Maddy Pindilli - 7th * Hadley Maher - 9th * Ashlyn Roush - 10th * Kalea Long - 11th * Top 5 Overall Solos: * Marissa Madaus- 4th * Neva Hinsey- 5th * Virtual Solo Champion: Grace Klaas
Don't forget your hard hat, it is time for a tour! 👷♂🚧👷♀ The MHS interior design classes met with Findorff Contsruction project engineers to tour the new additions being added to MHS, and learned the process of designing a build from start to finish! What an awesome field trip!
Have you visited the new exhibit in the MHS art gallery? It features work from Mrs. Otteson’s Advanced Art Students and Mr. Ludt’s sculpture & ceramics class. It also features a engaging installation from 11th Grader Jessica Baer Titled “Our fault” which depicts the effects of climate change. The exhibit will run through January and be open from 9am-4pm and closed during lunch and ASR.
There is still time to sign up for the "Building Restorative Communities of Care" learning series! Please see below for more information and the link to sign up: - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - As recipients of the Dane County and WI Department of Public Instruction Mental Health Grants, we are fortunate to be able to offer a number of free learning series for parents, caregivers, and family members. The focus of the series brought to you by iamWE (Rudy Bankston) is an introduction to Restorative Practices through deep listening, holding communal space and co-journeying as human beings in our current context of complexity. Over the course of weekly sessions offered a few different times this winter and spring, we will build community and grow together. Please see the flyer attached for more information. Sign up: Please view the Restorative Community message on the campus messenger achieve
We are honored to announce that MHS Coach Alexa Richardson has been selected as the 2020-21 Wisconsin Girls Cross Country Coach of the year by the National Federation of State High School Associations! Congratulations on an honor well deserved! 🏆👏
Lunch is served! 🍎🥤🥪 On Wednesday Associate Principal Erik Engel and Officer Caesar Salinas hopped into the lunch line at Kromrey Middle School to help the food service staff! Students had fun seeing the two take on their new role as lunch helpers! Thank you to all of our staff that step in where needed. We are a family, and family always supports each other… and makes your you eat your veggies 😉
27 DECA members recently competed at the 4th Annual Middleton DECA Mini-Conference held at MHS! 🏆Medal winners were: Majd Allawi, Huda Baloch, Sneha Chandrashekar, Parin Gouraram, Varsha Gouraram, Clay Kaufman, Nuha Khatri, Rishika Kommuri, Vivian Liang, Marissa Madaus, Punitha Manne, Himangi Nepal, Jackson Rademacher, Mokshaa Shah, Sanju Vanukuri, and Alina Wisinski. Nuha Khatri earned an additional medal for her outstanding performance on a special project that was offered at the competition. A fun part of the competition was that Middleton DECA alumni, along with parents of current students, served as judges for the role plays. Great Job everyone!