Capturing KM Visits Mr. Nies At Magee
Kettle Moraine School District Superintendent Stephen Plum visits with new Magee Principal Justin Nies to talk about unique initiatives, community building and Little Debbie snacks.
The Kettle Moraine School District is in the middle of an upgrade to our school's sports facilities. A portion of this plan is to upgrade our aged tennis facility. Our friends on Dale's Home Selling Team at Realty Executives are holding a fundraising tennis tournament to Play It Forward For KM Courts!

DATE | Sunday, October 3, 2021
LOCATION | Woyahn Tennis Complex (1121 Heyer Dr., Waukesha)
COST | $50/player (all payments collected day of the tournament)
TIME | More details to come
Be part of the traditions of Kettle Moraine High School and participate in KMHS Cheer's 2021 Football Cheerleading Clinic! The students will be taught cheers, jumps and a cheer dance routine all while having fun with Kettle Moraine High School cheerleaders!

All participants will receive a t-shirt, hair bow and metallic blue and gold poms to perform with at the Oct. 15 varsity football game.

Clinic Dates:
Tuesday, October 12 - 5:30pm – 7:00pm
Thursday, October 14 - 5:30pm – 7:00pm

Performance Date:
Friday, October 15
Jenna Anderson Needs Your Vote For Journal Sentinel Athlete of the Week
KMHS golfer Jenna Anderson needs your vote to make her the Journal Sentinel High School Athlete of the Week! Jenna had the best week of any Classic 8 player in conference. The UW-Green Bay recruit finished second at a mini meet at The Legend at Bristlecone on Aug. 31 and tied for the medalist honor the next day at The Legend at Brandybrook. Her combined score of 77 was two strokes better than any other player.

The KM Human Resources Department is actively recruiting for several positions across the district. Please refer interested friends, family and professionals to our listings on WECAN!
State Offer Extended Through Sept. 19
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services offer to give one $100 Visa Gift Card to Wisconsin residents ages 12 and older who receive their first COVID-19 vaccine from a Wisconsin vaccination provider has been extended through September 19. Everyone who is eligible to receive the free vaccine is eligible regardless of insurance, ID, or citizenship.
460 Motor Vehicles Illegally Pass Wisconsin School Buses Every Day
Operation Safe Stop Week - Sept. 20-24 - seeks to promote school bus safety through education and enforcement efforts. Operation Safe Stop is a cooperative project supported by the Wisconsin State Patrol and Wisconsin School Bus Association. The goal of Operation Safe Stop Week is to proactively educate motorists about the dangers of passing stopped school buses.