Superintendent of Schools Dr. Richard H. Bauscher
The Middleton School District is excited to announce the launch of a new service that will enhance communication with you, our parents and guardians. This program will allow the District and Schools to deliver emergency notifications and other important information to you through email, phone calls and/or text messaging. This service is not intended to replace our existing means of communication through Skyward, emails and letters – rather it will enhance them.
In order to receive these notifications in the format that will reach you immediately, we ask that you log into Family Access -- https://skyweb.msd134.org -- and mark the method(s), in which you desire to be notified: email, phone call and/or text. The video link below will walk you through the process of marking the methods that you desire:
Please note, although our District does not charge you for this service, we cannot pay for text message charges (that may be incurred by you) for sending or receiving text messages. Check with your wireless carrier for a possible charge(s).
If you have any questions, are a first time user for Family Access or need to know your log in information, please contact your student's school secretary.
Rich Bauscher, Superintendent
Middleton High School Tennis and Track Use
As the weather improves more people are out and about shaking off the winter doldrums. Middleton High School welcomes community use of our outside facilities whenever sports programs have concluded their workouts.
The tennis courts are open and available for community use. We would like to encourage use of the courts on the south end of the complex, preserving the front courts. Following the High School tennis season, the nets on several courts may be removed during the summer and fall, allowing four to five courts for public play.
Please keep the exterior gates closed to avoid any pets entering the tennis courts.
The outside walking track around the soccer stadium, tennis courts and practice fields is also available for community use. The distance around this outside walking track is approximately ¾ of a mile.
Group or competitive use of the soccer stadium without District approval is prohibited to protect the turf. The practice fields are available for group or competitive use as needed. For use of these fields you will request a copy of Policy #910, complete the required forms and submit them to the High School Office for approval. The football stadium is locked up (to again protect the synthetic surface) but the Middle School track is open if community members desire to run on a track surface.
Guidelines regarding animals or pets, etc. are posted around the facilities and should be followed. Restrooms will not be open after school hours, weekends or during the summer months.
Access to the facilities can be made through the gate on the north side of the tennis courts off Emmett Road. Parking is available in front of the High School off Emmett Road.
We appreciate your support and care of our facilities.
New Communication Tool: Parents' Guide to New Assessments in Idaho
The State Department of Education announced a new communications resource available to all Idaho Schools and Districts related to the Idaho Core Standards.
Idaho worked with Smarter Balanced and the National PTA to create the "Parents" Guide to New Assessments in Idaho. It provides a great overview of the standards, assessments, benefits of the assessment, sample question and tips for how parents can support their children.
Parents Guide to New Assessments
Idaho Common Core Communications Toolkit