Kettle Moraine School District Superintendent Dr. Patricia F. Deklotz gives her weekly update as we close out the third week of school. Her topics include:

1. Updated Daily COVID Dashboard for KMSD

2. Superintendent Search Postcard Community Survey

3. The Passing Of Former Superintendent Dr. Earl Brakken
Cross Country Boys Display Messages Of Unity On Race Bibs
“After hearing the news of the Snapchats that were sent out, that brought up some conversation with the captains (and) that’s not at all how we want to represent ourselves,” said Cross Country Coach Kevin Buntman. 
Please review this helpful document from our District Health Services Department regarding COVID19 and decision-making guidelines to keeping students at home or sending them to school.
Reimbursable Meals For Face-To-Face, Distance Learners and More
The Department of Public Instruction released news that USDA Reimbursable Meals will continue through the end of 2020 or until available funds run out. Kettle Moraine School District looks forward to participating in this program.

Face-to-face students:
KMSD students will be charged $0 for a lunch meal. These meals are fully reimbursable by the USDA provided the food purchased meets the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) guidelines.
If your child purchases individual items without a fruit/vegetable or milk, they will be charged for the item(s) as this purchase does not qualify for reimbursement. To ensure your child gets a free meal, they will need to take all components of a reimbursable meal. KMSD Nutrition Services staff will be reminding students if they do not have all of the components of a reimbursable meal.  

Distance-learning students, as well as children ages 18 and younger who reside in Kettle Moraine boundaries, but are not attending face-to-face:
  • We will offer meal pick-up on Monday at the southeast/auditorium entrance of Kettle Moraine High School from 8:30 - 10:00 a.m.
  • Sign-up must be completed by 2:00pm on Friday of the prior week.
  • We are unable to accommodate special dietary requests.
  • Sign-Up Form and Further Info

A Tribute To Former KMSD
Superintendent Dr. Earl Brakken
The Kettle Moraine School District recently learned of the passing of Dr. Earl Brakken, former superintendent in the district. Brakken died on September 7, 2020, at the age of 89. He is survived by his six children, the three youngest being KM alumni.

Dr. Brakken served KMSD from August 1978 through July 1991, before retiring to Cable, WI. Dr. Brakken was known for attracting innovative and forward-thinking educators to serve KM and his leadership has left and indelible mark. Our thoughts are with his family. 
The Booster Club Athletic Calendar Fundraiser IS BACK!
$20 per raffle calendar • Daily drawings Monday-Friday

$80 winner every drawing • Six $500 drawings
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