Kettle Moraine School District Superintendent Dr. Patricia F. Deklotz provides her weekly video update. Her topics include:

1. Great weather, long weekend
2. Conferences and professional development
3. Fourth term choices and testing
4. Vaccine for educators

Ava C. Recognized By WSSP For Her Work On And Off The Field
KM Global's Ava C. was recently recognized as the WSSP AM 1250 Superhero of the Week! Her servant leadership is evident on and off the field. She has been a 4-year member of cross country and soccer, rocked the KM Rock Climbing Club, and was a stellar student advisory board member.

Ava also started the Kettle Moraine chapter of She's the First. There are currently 30 members within the club, which supports educational opportunities for low-income women in Ethiopia. She has also held internships with Citizens' Climate Lobby and Prairie Springs - two extremely important local environmental organizations!

Ava was recognized for her ability to make an impact and we couldn't agree more with WSSP AM 1250!

Click below to hear the radio segment. Her section starts at 48:30. 
Community Ed Opportunities
KM Community Education provides recreational and educational opportunities for families. Please be sure to visit the website often for updates and new programs. For information and registration forms, visit

Try KM Lacrosse Clinic - Tomorrow
This your final reminder about the TRY IT Lacrosse clinic. It's tomorrow at Brookfield Indoor at 10:30am. Please register today if you plan on attending. Available to students in grades K-8.
KM Lacrosse Spring Registration Closes this weekend.
Registration for Spring is open until February 28!

Co-Ed Recreational Volleyball - Grades 4-8
Friday night youth volleyball league registration is now open. League play begins March 5 and runs through May 7 at KM High School. Registration deadline is Feb. 26. Register online at
KM Football Laser Bash 
The KM Football Laser Bash will be held on Saturday May 22nd at Ella’s Public House on Hwy 18. We will have food, live music, raffles and a silent auction. Help and donations are needed. For more info about the event go to or contact:
Sue Spencer; or Jenny Rife
Jr. Laser Football 2021 - Registration now open!
Registration for the fall 2021 football season is now open. All players entering grades K-8 are encouraged to register. Visit
Registration deadline is April 6, 2021.
Fastpitch Softball - U-8 Players needed
We are looking for additional U8 players for the Kettle Moraine Lasers Fastpitch Club for the 2021 season! The Kettle Moraine Lasers Fastpitch Club is a premier Select Youth Organization. We work closely with the Kettle Moraine High School coaching staff to develop and prepare our players for the KM High School program. If your daughter is eight years old or younger as of 12/31/2020 and is interested in playing, please check out the link here:
Please join the Kettle Moraine School District for a community forum with new superintendent Stephen Plum. A limited amount of safe and physically-distanced seating will be available at KMHS. We strongly encourage community members to join online.

Prior to the forum, we encourage the community to submit a question to Mr. Plum about his vision for the district!

March 9, 2021 | 6:30-7:30 PM | KMHS & Zoom
The 2020-21 School Year Is Now 100+ Days Older...And Smarter!
The KMHS girls basketball team became regional champs for the second year in a row by defeating Mukwonago 45-41 last Friday.

Help DPI Improve Internet Connection Quality For Students
Do you want better home internet service? The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction is working on it - with their partners at Measurement Lab - and you can help. Three clicks, no questions. It’s that easy.

Internet connection quality is a priority to make sure Wisconsin students can equitably participate in online and blended learning. This data will give the Governor’s Task Force on Broadband Access and other broadband task force groups the information they need to target improvements where internet performance is poor. 
Thank you for your help in improving internet speeds in our communities!
KM Explore Pioneers And Scouts Are Passionate About Their Projects
This week, the KM Explore pioneers and scouts - both distance and face-to-face learners - presented their passion projects!

Students worked hard for several months to learn about a subject they are passionate about and created a visual aide to present it.

Projects included: coding their own video game, clouds, allergies, and answering the question, "Why aren't girls heard?" and more!