Capturing KM Guest Hosts Mr. Tomczyk And Mr. Bestor Talk Homecoming At KMHS
Kettle Moraine School District Superintendent Stephen Plum gives way to Capturing KM guest hosts Mr. Tomczyk and Mr. Bestor, who discuss all things homecoming with KMHS Campus students.
The Kettle Moraine School District will hold a revisioning event the morning of Oct. 9 from 8-11:30 a.m. at KMHS. The focus will be on transforming our district to better and more efficiently meet the needs of all students.

Parents, staff and community members are encouraged to fill out a Google Form to express interest in attending! Participant numbers will be limited in order to fit the event's format.

Deadline to sign up: Monday, Sept. 27.
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It's homecoming week at KM, which means it's also teacher appreciation week for the football team. Throughout the week, the squad featured some of their favorite teachers on their Instgram page.
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

Senior Rebecca S. Needs Our Votes For MJS Athlete Of The Week
Congrats to Rebecca S. for being named the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Girls Volleyball Player of the Week! The Lasers senior setter averaged 10.7 assists per set and recorded two aces and seven digs in a 3-0 win over Arrowhead on Tuesday that raised the team’s record to 3-1 in the Classic. 8.

NOW she needs our votes to be named MJS' Athlete of the Week!
District Receives $150,000 Mental Health Grant From DPI
Kettle Moraine School District became a recent recipient of DPI's State School-Based Mental Health Services Grant Program, receiving the maximum $150,000 award, which equals $75,000 per year for two years. The district will use the funding its part-time Mental Health Navigator position, continue the use of the DESSA (a socio-emotional screening tool helping KM identify students in need of further supports), and fund professional development focused on how mental health needs manifest in the school setting. 

DPI awarded $10,008,828 in the grants to 153 applicants, representing 144 individual public school districts, eight consortiums, and three charter schools with funding intended to provide additional support and mental health resources to students, in collaboration with community health agencies.