COVER STORY: Two young historians at Kettle Moraine Middle School are now State Champions and will be representing our school, our community, and our state at the national competition for National History Day!

The KM Forensics Team, where students learn to speak with conviction, sent 17 students to the state tournament and they competed against 500 students from across Wisconsin. Seven medaled after making it to the finals.
Superintendent Stephen Plum visits with students in a unique reading buddies program between Dousman and KMMS to learn how eighth graders and first graders have become connected via language.
"HS^2 Is An Amazing School With Many Opportunities To Thrive"
That's what HS^2's Chelsea G. had to say about her top-rated high school. The senior plans to study marine biology at the College of Charleston.

"The field trips we took to Lapham Peak...helped me realize I want to go into the scientific field."

Read more about Chelsea and her 2021 classmates in our senior spotlights!

THIS weekend join KM Drama Club on a high-flying WWII adventure with the spring production of ESCAPE THE DAWN.

Showcasing the strong American and Soviet women of pilots of World War II, ESCAPE THE DAWN is a captivating show with messages that resonate today. Come see the premiere on the big screen in the Auditorium TODAY, Thursday, May 13 at 7:00 pm! (Limited audience and masks required). Online tickets are also available for streaming on May 14th & 15th. CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS. Featuring the work of thirty students from across the KMHS campus and four guest artist professionals, this show is history in the making and not to be missed.
Wisconsin Offering COVID19 Vaccinations For Children Ages 12-15
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) announces that children 12-15 years old are now eligible to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine and vaccinations can begin starting Thursday, May 13. The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine requires two doses for full protection and is the first and only vaccine available for this age group.
Grace G. Named Classic 8 Co-Player Of Teh Year, Earns All-State Nod
Grace G. was name the 2021 co-player of the year in the Classic 8 Conference. She averaged 20.4 points, 9.8 rebounds, 2.2 assists and shot 50 percent from the field. Grace also received all-state distinction from the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association.

Grace is also one of 12 statewide players nominated for girls basketball player of the year. The Journal Sentinel will announce the winner at the Milwaukee High School Sports Awards, a virtual event broadcast July 8.
The Kettle Moraine Education Foundation wishes to recognize the resolve, strength, courage and diligence demonstrated by KM educators throughout the COVID crisis. By “educators” we include all of you who make KM education happen - administration, teachers, administrative staff, nurses, custodians, cooks and aides - each and every one of you who bravely prioritized students’ best interests in this great district. 

There was no roadmap for this path. Yet, from Day 1 of the 2020-2021 school year, our students have been educated in an environment of their choice because KM educators chose to tackle daunting challenges and find solutions.  

Please join KMEF in recognizing KM educators with a donation to the Honor an Educator wall displayed at KMHS. KMEF is honored to sponsor a new plaque recognizing all KM educators’ resolve and commitment to excellence during this extraordinary time.

Any level of donation you can give is welcomed!