Updates: 2020-2021 District Calendar
This week our school board approved a new calendar for the current school year which includes some additional scheduled professional development days for our staff. Those days are new, non-school days for students.
No School - Friday, November 6th

Teachers will be participating in Professional Development next Friday. Students will not be required to log in or complete virtual work that day. Enjoy the long weekend!
Other Professional Development/No School days in November are:
Monday, November 23rd & Tuesday, November 24th. Thanksgiving Break follows.
Wear Pink on Thursday, November 5th

October was Bully Prevention month. Please wear pink with us on Thursday. Why pink?

In 2007, at a high school in Nova Scotia, Canada, a 9th grade boy wore a pink shirt on the first day of school and was bullied and harassed for wearing that color. Some students even threatened to beat him up. Two 12th-grade boys found out about the bullying and decided they wanted to help. That night, they emailed and texted as many of their classmates as possible and told everyone to wear pink the next day to support the 9th grade boy who had been bullied. They called it the "Sea of Pink." When the victim came to school the next day, he was overwhelmed by all the support he received and it was a powerful moment to see so many people wearing pink. The story made the news all across Canada and the United States, and now many schools participate in the Sea of Pink. 

Wear pink this Thursday to create a Sea of Pink and join in the fight against bullying!

Community Resource

A free resource kit for students in grades 6-12 is available at the Delafield Public Library.
Start the Day Right! 
The school year is well under way. The snow and slippery roads may be here sooner than we'd like.
The office staff and teachers would like to remind students and parents that the school day begins at 7:20am. Students should be in their classrooms and ready for announcements at that time. Students who arrive after 7:20am are required to stop in the office to sign in and will be marked tardy.

Our Virtual Book Fair runs through 11/8. 

Take time over the weekend to look over the book fair flyer and author video for some great book ideas. 

From the Health Room


KM Community Education provides recreational and educational opportunities for families. Please be sure to visit the website often for updates and new programs. For program information and registration forms, visit www.kmsd.edu/communityed.

KM Wrestling Club

KM Wrestling is open to anyone in grades K-8. The season will begin in December for grades 4-8 and in January for K-3. Practices are M/W at KM High School. 
Registration is open online Here.

Distance Students
Instructional Materials

When you are contacted by your teacher(s) about instructional material pick-up, those items can be picked up at the front office.

The best window for picking up those materials is after 7:00 a.m. and before 3:15 p.m.
If you need to come at an alternate time, please call and make arrangements with the front office.

On Thursdays, we will have someone in the front office available to distribute materials until 6 p.m.
Subscribing And Unsubscribing From KMSD Newsletters

All KMSD schools now utilize Constant Contact to distribute e-newsletters and other info to families and staff. If you UNSUBSCRIBE to one newsletter, you are unsubscribed from ALL KMSD newsletters.
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