Watch Mr. J. Bestor, and our guest Mr. B. Bestor knock today's daily announcement video out of the park!
National Student-Athlete Day
KM is so proud of our STUDENT/Athletes! Keep up the good work on the field, and in the classroom!

We wish all of our spring athletes good luck this season!
Students 18 years old and older, parents, and staff members please vote today!

This is an important one... State Educational Superintendant as well as Local, City, County and Judical seats, and KM School Board seats are being voted on today.

To find your voting location click here.

If you haven't already registered to vote, you can still do so at your voting location!
Celebrations this Month
This month, we are going to highlight 4 different topics throughout the course of the month:

National Autism Acceptance Month 4/6-9
National Financial Literacy Month 4/12-16
National Distracted Driving Awareness Month 4/19-23
National Donate Life Awareness Month 4/25-30
Today we begin with Autism Acceptance.
You may have heard that April is Autism Awareness Month… that is until now. As we know, words matter. The designation is moving from using “awareness” to “acceptance” this April to foster change and inclusivity for those affected by autism.

Autism is a complex, lifelong developmental disability that typically appears during early childhood and can impact a person’s social skills, communication, relationships, and self-regulation. Autism is defined by a certain set of behaviors and is a “spectrum condition” that affects people differently and to varying degrees.

While there is currently no known single cause of autism, early diagnosis helps a person receive the support and services that they need, which can lead to a quality life filled with opportunity.
The prevalence of autism in the United States has risen from 1 in 125 children in 2010 to 1 in 59 in 2020.

Recognized ways to ignite change toward acceptance include improved support and opportunities in education, employment, accessible housing, affordable health care, and comprehensive long-term services. We will share more about that tomorrow!

Because acceptance is often one of the biggest barriers to finding and developing a strong support system, let’s commit to celebrating differences, and become more inclusive of individuals with autism!
What do you call a fancy sea creature? 

This week we welcome Mr. B. Bestor!

Role: Mr. B. Bestor is a social studies teacher. He teaches Modern World History, Sociology, Economics, and Leadership. He is also our former Head Basketball Coach, and now coaches a lot of youth Basketball.

Favorite thing(s) to do outside of school: Mr. B. Bestor is a big bass fisherman, soon to be crappie fisherman. He also loves coaching youth sports, and yardwork.

Friendly advice: Be honest. Be honest with everyone. We all make mistakes. Be nice! It is amazing what will come back to you if you are nice. Lastly - don't let the phone rule you, especially with distracted driving. "That one text doesn't matter."

TOMORROW is the Panera fundraising night! Support our KMHS Athletics department by eating at Panera located at 3200 Golf Rd, Delafield, WI 53018 on Wednesday, April 7, 2021, from 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm!

You can participate in the Fundraiser, and make sure KMHS Athletics gets 20% of the proceeds by ordering and showing a digital version of this flyer or the FaceBook post to the cashier


Order online at for Rapid Pick-Up, Curbside, and Delivery* using the promo code PRFUND at checkout.
Opening Day for the Brewers was April 1st, and Mr. Bestor asked a few Brewers Trivia questions to celebrate! Here are the answers:

  • Ryan Braun has the most Home Runs in Brewers history at 352.
  • Robin Yount has the most Hits in Brewers history at 3,142.
  • Over 52 seasons, the Brewers all-time regular season-only record is 3,942-4,248, and their all-time record including post-season games is 3,962-4,273.

Congratulations to students: Luke I., Brianna B., and Michael W., and teacher: Mr. Grunewald
Please make sure you are bringing your own masks to school, and wearing them properly!
Be sure to follow your classroom cleaning expectations to help us all stay as safe as possible!
Our bubblers are turned off, but the refill stations are still on. Remember to bring your reusable water bottles to stay hydrated!
Please remember to wear your student ID every day, and at all times while you are in school. It is very important that you use those IDs (examples: lunchroom, signing in and out, etc.) so we reduce any unnecessary contact.
Use hand sanitizer regularly! It's especially important to wash/sanitize before eating, and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
Please stay 6 feet or more apart, and do NOT leave your Advisory to seek face-to-face help, instead, use google meet to work with your teachers.
Hold the delivered pickles, hold the lettuce, anything outside the school cafeteria or your home-prepared meal does upset us.

Parents/guardians and students are asked not to bring/deliver food or beverages from any outside commercially prepared eating establishments to school to be consumed by students during their regular mealtimes, or any school hours.

It is noted in the student handbook that food from area restaurants will not be accepted during the school day. In addition, in our August 14, 2020 campus welcome back letter, we mentioned “Special food deliveries will not be allowed during the school day. Special deliveries sent to the school will be sent back with the person delivering the food, and will not be accepted or delivered to the student. When a parent/guardian needs to drop off a delivery for a student, the parent/guardian must communicate that to the student. Students will not be called down to the office to pick up their delivery. They will be required to pick it up during passing time or during their lunch break. Students will be required to turn the product over to office staff for disposal upon entering the building and will then be sent to class.

Please remember that money can be added to student lunch accounts electronically via the Infinite Campus parent portal.
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