Middleton’s Planned 3,000 student high school…

Chris Rickert:

Middleton spokesman Perry Hibner said the high school has seen seven additions since it was first built in 1929, and the eighth would bring its capacity to 3,000 students — likely the largest high school in the state.

Despite that, principal Steve Plank said the additions would reduce crowding and create a “sense of calm and intimacy” for staff and students that can’t be achieved now when, for instance, students are having to wait in line to use the bathroom or sit on the floor to eat lunch because there’s not enough room in the cafeteria.

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Madison plans to spend about $518,955,288 during the 2018-2019 school year, far more than most taxpayer supported K-12 organizations.