Superintendent Stephen Plum visits with Magee students planting a unique pizza garden with help from a friend at KM Global!
At the May 18 school board meeting, the KM Board of Education voted in favor of making the wearing of face coverings by students and staff in all district facilities recommended rather than required for the remainder of the school year, starting on Monday, May 24.

The published board agenda from May 18 has been questioned since it stated 2021-22 and that could be interpreted as only policy for the next school year and not for the remainder of this school year.

State public notice laws require strict adherence to agenda items provided 24 hours in advance of meetings in order for the public to have knowledge of said discussion items. Kettle Moraine's board felt it was better to schedule a separate meeting with the agenda stating the remainder of this year.
 
The board has called for a special meeting on May 20 beginning at 7 p.m. to rectify the situation, giving proper legal notice, with the agenda being facial coverings for the remainder of the school year starting Monday, May 24.
The Emergency Broadband Benefit will provide a discount of up to $50 per month toward broadband service for eligible families and households struggling to stay connected during the pandemic. Qualifying households on Tribal lands can receive a discount of up to $75 per month. Eligible households can also receive a discount of up to $100 for the purchase of a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet from participating providers.
"You're Able To Say You've Done Things Other High Schoolers Could Only Dream Of"
That's what HS^2's Angelina P. says about the top-rated high school in Wisconsin. Her life post-HS^2 includes the Army National Guard.

"Through HS^2, I was able to start my career early with their program through LCFR."

Read more about Angelina and her 2021 classmates in our senior spotlights!

KM is proud to offer opportunities like Jr. Laser Baseball through its Community Ed Program. Check out these outstanding athletics activities happening soon!
Adult Tennis
Join us Monday nights for Men's League and Wednesday nights for Women's tennis at KM High School May-August at 6pm. Informal and fun. Register at www.kmsd.edu/communityed
 
Boys Basketball Summer Camps
Join the high school coaching staff and players this summer for camps that improve their skill and development. Camps are offering at KM High School for students currently in grades 3-8. Sign up at https://kmsd.revtrak.net/rwcommunityeducation/
 
Football Camp
Coach Mac and the high school coaching staff will be offering summer camp for players currently in grades K-7 in the afternoons the week of July 13. For details and registration visit www.kmsd.edu/communityed
 
Select Volleyball Tryouts - Fall 2021 season 
Students in grades 5-8 in the fall are invited to attend tryouts for Fall Select Volleyball. Tryouts will be held at KM High School May 18 & 25 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Practices will be twice per week with league play on the weekends within southeastern Wisconsin. Coach Shane Peterson from the high school is the coordinator, contact him for questions petersons@kmsd.edu.  
Read The Spring 2021 KM Communicator
The latest edition of the KM Communicator will soon hit mailboxes, but you can read the digital version today! Thanks to first grader Sofia A. for adorning the cover and being part of our special feature on district-wide elementary science curriculum!

Also featured is our one-of-a-kind high school campus, awards and achievements, Mr. Plum's take on the future and more!
Wisconsin Offering COVID19 Vaccinations For Children Ages 12-15
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) announces that children 12-15 years old are now eligible to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine and vaccinations can begin starting Thursday, May 13. The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine requires two doses for full protection and is the first and only vaccine available for this age group.
71 KMHS Tech Ed Students Will Earn Saw Blade Certificates By Year's End
"The students have done a fantastic job rising to the challenges that have impacted us this year," KMHS technology education instructor Scott Bruening said in an article on Woodwork Career Alliance's website. "The WCA saw blade certificate has been a fantastic program for our district and we are continuing to grow and expand our woodworking offerings along with the certification pieces. We are looking to certify even more students next year as things start to normalize."
The Kettle Moraine Education Foundation wishes to recognize the resolve, strength, courage and diligence demonstrated by KM educators throughout the COVID crisis. By “educators” we include all of you who make KM education happen - administration, teachers, administrative staff, nurses, custodians, cooks and aides - each and every one of you who bravely prioritized students’ best interests in this great district. 

There was no roadmap for this path. Yet, from Day 1 of the 2020-2021 school year, our students have been educated in an environment of their choice because KM educators chose to tackle daunting challenges and find solutions.  

Please join KMEF in recognizing KM educators with a donation to the Honor an Educator wall displayed at KMHS. KMEF is honored to sponsor a new plaque recognizing all KM educators’ resolve and commitment to excellence during this extraordinary time.

Any level of donation you can give is welcomed!
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