It is all sunshine and rainbows for Pope Farm this week... literally! Students learned all about flower bulbs and plant growth in their science classes. They later were led outside by science teacher Mr. Shutz to plant a flower bulb under the marked flags. Each color represents a different grade level. This creative garden will begin blooming in the spring and feature several perennial plants such as crocus, hyacinths, tulips, and calla lilies.
Tickets are available for the MHS playoff football game at the link below: https://bit.ly/3wbILAF
The MHS football team won 21-20 in their level 2 playoff game over the weekend! Check out some of the great shots that MHS student photographer Paytron Harrisyou scored during the game! Great job everyone!
We hope you have a spooktacular Halloween! 🕸👻 Earlier this week, the MHS Admin team got in the spirit by dressing up as Minions from the movie 'Despicable Me.'
Don't forget your hard hat! 👷♀👷♂🚧 Mr. Zander's construction class took a trip through the new addition being added to MHS! Students were guided through the construction site by Findorff employees, who explained the work that has been done and the jobs of everyone involved. One student from the class is currently in the school work program and described his experience working on the project with the Findorff team. The class plans to continue visiting once a month to review the project's progress.
We are thankful every day for all that our staff does to make MCPASD the best it can be. Today we would like to recognize our nursing staff! They always have been great at handling any challenge thrown their way, but they have gone above and beyond to keep up with COVID protocols and best practices on top of their everyday duties. Thank you for keeping our schools healthy and safe! We appreciate you!
Our Kromrey and Glacier Creek superstars are ready to hit the stage! 🎭 The KMS and GC star showcase will be held: Nov. 2nd at 7 pm at the Middleton High School PAC. The event is open to the public and will display the talents of the 6th-grade music and art classes! 5th-grade performances will be held: 11/1 in the GC small gym at 6th period 11/2 on the KMS stage at 2nd period
MHS Dance Coach Jackie Rehberg was nominated as coach of the week for Channel 3 news! Coach Rehnberg is all about confidence. She works hard to make sure that the team feels prepared to take on anything both on and off the dance floor. Congratulations! Keep up the amazing work!
Drum roll, please... Congratulations to the Middleton High School Marching Band for placing 2nd in the marching band state championship last weekend! 🎺🥁 This performance marked the finale of a six-week competitive season in which they placed first in the Fox River and Oak Creek Marching Invitationals. What a fantastic season for our marching band! Great work!
Our student-athletes are scoring both on and off the field! 🏈🎓 Congratulations to Collin Shremp, Zane Sarhan, TJ Bauer, Blake VanBuren, Kevin Spahn for earning the Academic All-State status (GPA of 3.75+) Way to go Cardinals! 🎉
While the pandemic delayed an official celebration, we are very excited to invite our community to see view beautiful new building! Please join us for a ribbon-cutting ceremony and self-guided tours!🎉
Last night, our Board of Education was out and about! They toured the Middleton Police Department, the District Transportation Center, and the Operations Center to learn more about our partnership with the Middleton Police Department. 🚓🚍 They learned about safety and security efforts, our transportation system, food service operations, and how we manage our facilities. It was an excellent learning experience for our Board members, and we thank them for their interest in all aspects of district operations!
We are excited to announce our partnership with Family Zone, a leading provider of cyber safety products and education! 💻🔐 This app will help parents keep students safe online by monitoring their activity and alerting them of any potential dangers. To learn more or sign up, please search "family zone summary."
Happy National School Lunch Week! 🥤🥗 We wanted to share our appreciation to our food service staff and all that they do. They have continued to provide our students with nutritious meals and do so with an exceptionally high level of customer service, despite all of the challenges we have faced. Thank you for your hard work and dedication to the MCPASD family!
Congratulations to the MHS Dane County Youth Environmental Committee! 🌎🌿🎒 They were awarded the 2021 WAEE Earthguard Award! 🏆 In addition, the organizer and Head Chair of the committee, Daphne Wu was selected as the WAEE Student Of The Year! 🎉 The Wisconsin Association for Environmental Education (WAEE) is a member-based organization that promotes responsible environmental action, elevates voices for environmental justice, and celebrates excellence in environmental education. Congratulations on your amazing accomplishments! Thank you for working to make the world a cleaner and greener place!
FREE Weekend food program🥤🍎 Please take advantage of our program for families of K-8th grade student(s) who could use extra food on the weekends. Sign up forms can be found at the link in our banner reel.
Our MHS Dance Team paid tribute to Jack, Evan, and Simon during a soccer game this week by dedicating their dance performance to them. Students from Middleton High School came together to create this banner. #WeBelieve
Over the weekend, our district learned about the passing of two of our seniors and a former Middleton High School student that were tragically lost in a car crash on October 2nd, 2021. These past few days have been extremely difficult for our students and staff. Our hearts are with those who knew and loved our students. There are never right words to bring solace to those grieving, but we wish to remind them they are not alone. During the MHS soccer game on Tuesday, students honored their classmates by wearing special shirts for all three seniors, John "Jack" Miller, Evan Kratochwill, and former student Simon Bilessi. The MCPASD family will continue to draw strength from each other during this difficult time. We choose always to remember the positive impact they had on their family, friends, and this community.
We are taking this time to celebrate our school board! Their role as elected board members creates a substantial positive impact on our schools and community! Thank you for all that you do to make our schools the best they can be! To meet our current board members, please visit the banner on the main page of our website.
It is a small world, thanks to the power of outstanding mentorship! 🌎 Keith A. Schneider is our Director of Middle School Education. Back when he was a business education teacher at Cambridge High School, both Greg and Shane were his students. Now they are both business education teachers at MCPASD! 📸 (Left) Greg, (center) Keith A., (right) Shane