Kettle Moraine School District Superintendent Dr. Patricia F. Deklotz provides her weekly update as the first week in Nov. closes. Her topics include:

1. We need your support to slow COVID spread
2. KMHS campus moving to distance learning Nov. 9
3. Please continue to report illnesses
Due to a continuing increase of COVID infections among students and staff, we are temporarily moving the entire student population of the Kettle Moraine High School campus to distance learning beginning November 9.

This move involves all KMHS, KM Global, HS^2, and KM Perform students. It extends the temporary assignment to distance learning for our HS^2 and Perform students. We would like to bring students back to the campus November 30. This will depend on the spread of COVID in our community and among our students at that time.

Whether face-to-face or distance learning for any length of time, families are encouraged to take advantage of the free lunch program. Click the button below for more info and to sign up today.
Dousman Dash Raises Over $8K
Dousman Elementary staff, students and parents, together with their PTO, teamed for a hugely-successful Dousman Dash and exceeded their fundraising goal of $8k. Now, they're sharing pics grade by grade on their FB page. Check out the first batch - kindergarten!
Boys Volleyball Headed Back To State
After losing to Catholic Memorial twice in the regular season, the Lasers got another chance at them this past weekend and they're headed back to the state tourney!
DECA Food Drive Benefits Waukesha County Food Pantry
KM DECA canvassed over 50 neighborhoods during this year's annual Community Wide Food Drive. Over 100 Marketing/DECA members participated in this year's COVID-safe drive.

A huge thank you goes out to Kroger foods, who donated over 5,000 grocery bags, and to Target Corp. - in partnership with JB Hunt - who provided the trailer to store the food prior to delivery to the Waukesha County Food Pantry.
Operation "Fill The Break Room" A Success For Cushing Girl Scouts
City of Delafield Police are all snacked up thanks to girl scouts from Cushing.

"Thank you to 3rd Grade Girl Scout Brownie Troop 11088 from
Cushing Elementary School for dropping off snacks as part of their `Operation Fill the Break Room.' We can't thank you enough for thinking of us and these snacks will help us get through our shifts for a while!"