Kettle Moraine School District Superintendent Dr. Patricia F. Deklotz gives her weekly update as we close out the fifth week of school. Her topics include:

1. Athletics success - big games, meets and upcoming matches!
2. Upcoming outdoor music concert
3. Virtual Learning Oct. 9 & 12 - ALL STUDENTS learning virtually
4. COVID numbers up in our area - mitigation is paramount
5. Learning environment change request form is coming
Magee Students Enjoying Fall Classes Outside In New Spaces
Several Magee families donated materials and time to help staff members create a new outdoor learning space and butterfly garden for students. Students and staff alike have been treated to incredible outdoor-learning weather thus far, and they are making the most of the warmth and sunshine.
Oct. 9 & 10 At The Fair Park
Reimbursable Meals Extended For Entire 2020-21 School Year
The Department of Public Instruction released news that USDA reimbursable meals will continue through the 2020-21 school year. Kettle Moraine School District encourages our community to participate in this program.
Mark Your Calendar For Dinner At Culver's Tuesday, October 13
Our generous friends at the Wales Culver's are donating 10 percent of receipts on Oct. 13 from 5-8 p.m. to KMMS. A middle school staff member and PTO friends will be delivering orders to your cars!
KM Perform Sophomore Named To Milwaukee Rep's PTI Ensemble
The Milwaukee Rep announced the continuation of its Professional Training Institute (PTI), an advanced actor training program for students in grades 9-12. The class of 2020/21 will consist of 15 students from 13 different high schools including Ryan Vanselow of KM Perform!
Thank You, KM School Board
It's Wisconsin School Board Week and KM is very proud to say thank you to our board of education for their dedication, efforts and guidance as they work with staff and community members to ensure Kettle Moraine School District remains a top-rated district focused on Learning Without Boundaries.

Thank you to board members Gary Vose, David Deaven, David Zeier,
Kathy Kapsy, Jim Romanowski and Heather Renno, as well as student representatives Kelly B. and Kate G.!
Second Term Learning Environment Change Request Period: October 19-23
The next opportunity to commit to a learning environment in KM schools will occur prior to the second quarter/term, which runs Nov. 9, 2020 through Jan. 22, 2021. A link to a change request form will be shared Oct. 19 and will be open through Oct. 23. Another opportunity to request a change in learning environment will occur in January, with the start of term three.

If you plan to make a change, please consider the impact a potential quarantine might have on your family in the coming quarter/term and select the correct environment. Due to staffing needs and configurations:

  1. Changes at the elementary level will likely cause reassignment of your child’s teacher and class configuration, regardless of your family's decision. In addition, changes in either direction will not be honored after October 23.
  2. KM will not be able to honor changes at the middle and high school levels from distance learning to face-to-face learning after October 23. 
  3. At the high school level, selecting distance learning may alter your student’s term two course selections.

  • NOTE: This change request form is only necessary if you want to change your environment for the second quarter/term, which begins Nov. 9.
Girls Golf Wins Regional, Heads To Fifth-Consecutive State Tourney
The Kettle Moraine Girls Golf Team won the WIAA Homestead Sectional Monday, October 5 at Mee Kwon Golf Course. The Lasers shot 331 as a team giving them a 9-shot victory, which earned them a fifth-consecutive trip to state! Individual scores: Reagan S. - 78 (T2); Jenna A. - 79 (4th); Madeline F. - 85 (T8th); Ava K. - 89 (T14th); and Chloe M. - 99.