Kettle Moraine School District Superintendent Dr. Patricia F. Deklotz provides her weekly update to the KM community. Her topics include:

1. Winter break letter from Waukesha County
4. New Communicator newsletter in mailboxes soon

Kettle Moraine Free Lunch Program: Winter Break Update
KM will be offering meal pick-ups December 21, December 28 and January 4 at the KMHS auditorium from 8-9:30 a.m. Please sign up by Friday, December 18. We are asking families to sign up for the next three weeks to help provide numbers of meals during the holiday week for our Food Service staff.  

DEC. 21 PICK-UP | 8-9:30 AM
Egg French Toast
Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Chicken tenders

DEC. 28 PICK-UP | 8-9:30 AM
Egg Sandwich
Bosco cheese filled breadstick
Yogurt w/cheese
Hot dog on a bun

JAN. 4 PICK-UP (1st day back at school!) | 8-9:30 AM 
Egg breakfast entree with sausage
Grilled cheese sandwich
Chicken tenders

#1 - When picking up meals, please hold up a sign to the passenger side (facing the school) indicating the following information:
  • Last Name  
  • Number of Students

#2 - Meals will be delivered to the curb outside the vehicle. Family can then step out of the vehicle to pick up their meal from the curb. 

#3 - To help our Nutrition Services staff prepare accurate meal counts, we ask families to complete a new meal survey each week.

 **A response receipt will be sent to your email. Any questions, please contact Lindsay Johnson, Finance Manager,
A link to a change request form will be shared via Infinite Campus Jan. 4 and requests will be open through Jan. 10. 

If you plan to make a change, please consider the impact a potential quarantine might have on your family in the coming quarter/term and select the correct environment. Due to staffing needs and configurations:

  1. Changes at the elementary level will likely cause reassignment of your child’s teacher and class configuration, regardless of your family's decision. In addition, changes in either direction will not be honored after Jan. 10.
  2. KM will not be able to honor changes at the middle and high school levels from distance learning to face-to-face learning after Jan. 10. 
  3. At the high-school level, selecting distance learning may alter your student’s term three course selections.
  4. The final opportunity to request a change will occur before the start of term four, which begins on March 30.

NOTE: This change request form is only necessary if you want to change your environment for the third quarter/term, which begins Jan. 26.

Perform Writer Named $1,000 Grand Prize Winner In Create Real Impact Contest
KM Perform junior Mackenzie Gagnon was recently notified her submission “Our Car” in the Create Real Impact contest was chosen as the Grand Prize Winner for the writing category of their fall 2020 contest. 
Create Real Impact Contest assists Impact Teen Drivers in carrying out their mission to stop the number one killer of young people in America - reckless and distracted driving. 
Mackenzie was awarded a $1,000 educational grant - congrats, Laser!
Give The Gift That Keeps On Giving
The Kettle Moraine Education Foundation's mission is to inspire students and educators by raising the support of our community and business partners to create educational opportunities that build academic and personal success. KMEF supports grants to KM educators and schools, and scholarships for graduating KM students.

Your gift to the Kettle Moraine Education Foundation (KMEF) will support Kettle Moraine educators, students and schools. Facebook pays all the processing fees for you, so 100% of your donation goes directly to the nonprofit. Thank you for your support!
Magee Students Create Personalized Holiday Cards For Three Pillars Residents
Our kindergarten friends at Magee were busy this week making holiday cards for their friends at Three Pillars Senior Living Communities!