Happy Halloween, sort of, to all! Those two weeks of fall were fun while they lasted. In case you need a winter reprieve/reminder of what OUR WORLD USED TO LOOK LIKE just days ago, click the link below to see pics of Magee Elementary staff-made scarecrows adorning the Genesee Depot streets and Cushing Elementary pumpkins ready and willing to become Delafield decor.
Looking for something fun to do this Friday night? Come support She’s the First, a club that raises money for girls’ education in low-income countries. STF Movie Night in the KMHS West Gym features "Mulan" at 5:30 p.m. and "Hidden Figures" at 7:30 p.m. Admission is free, donations are encouraged! We'll also have a customizable popcorn bar with candy and other baked goods.

Admission is 30 minutes before showtime.
Girls Golf Team Earns Academic All-State

Congratulations to our KMHS girls varsity golf team for earning 2019 Academic All-State!
Senior Julia Schilling (High Honors); senior Isabelle Gaudion (High Honors); junior Reagan Stuke (High Honors); sophomore Jenna Anderson; and sophomore Madeline Fiebig.

Academic all-state athletes serve as a great example to others, proving that academic and athletic successes are not mutually exclusive. The Golf Coaches Association of Wisconsin announced 342 girls from 100 high schools have been honored this year for maintaining high academic standards in the classroom while competing in varsity golf. Congrats to our Lasers!

FREE Parent Resource Network Session: Being Mindful: Integrating Mindfulness Practices Into Our Families' Lives

Join Parent Resource Network for a FREE SESSION at the KM Coffee Chat where facilitator Sara O’Reilly will lead a short mindfulness practice and talk about how it can benefit parents, as well as children.

Nov. 1 | 11-Noon | Yoga 4 All

Go Behind The Scenes Of The KM Perform Legends And Lore Commercial

KM Perform's partnership with Old World Wisconsin and their Legends and Lore event included the production of a promo video. The authentic and relevant learning opportunity didn't stop there.
 Our students extended the project by making a behind-the-scenes video.
A Huge Score For KM Kindness
Max "The Secret Weapon" Stritzel (number 59), is an eighth-grade student at Kettle Moraine Middle School. Max has cognitive disabilities, but thanks to extreme kindness and cooperation between the KM and Sussex football teams, Max was able to score a touchdown during their Oct. 12 game!
KMHS Weight Room Is Now
Open To Grades 5-8
Students in fifth through eighth grades are
invited to KMHS's weight room from 4:30-5:30 on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays starting Nov. 19. It is designed to help improve their overall athletic ability for all sports. Boys and girls are encouraged to attend!
Come See KM Drama Club's One Act Play: "The Brown Felt Hat"
Join the KMHS Drama Club for "The Brown Felt Hat" this Saturday at 7 p.m. in the auditorium! The play is part of their Wisconsin H.S. Forensics Association Competition. Admission is by donation with a suggested amount of $5 to offset the costs of competition fees and travel. 
KM School Finance 101 Session - The Sequel
Nov. 7 | 6 PM | Dousman Elementary

If you have questions about the complicated world of school finance and want to know what our options are for sustainability, you need to join us Nov. 7 at 6 p.m. at Dousman Elementary for KM Finance 101 Part II. Our CFO John Stellmacher will give a brief presentation followed by a Q&A session.

In the meantime, click the links below for more info.

Magee Receives $2,500 Crayola Grant
And $1,000 In Products

Principal Sue Sterner of Magee Elementary is one of 20 elementary and middle school principals from across the nation who have been selected by Crayola and the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) to receive a “Champion Creatively Alive Children” school grant, which will fund an innovative program aimed at building creative capacity schoolwide.
 
The grants are intended to help schools nurture children’s creativity and inspire other schools to do the same. Magee received a $2,500 monetary grant and $1,000 worth of Crayola products!

Do You Know What Personalized
Learning Looks Like At KM?

Our Kettle Moraine School District is nationally-recognized as a leader (we just had folks from the University of Kentucky visit to learn how WE do things!) in education. Check out this video on KM's personalized learning. Education is no longer about rows of desks with teachers talking all day.
It's now a wonderfully-inventive collaboration of personalized learning.
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