Kettle Moraine School District's Superintendent Dr. Patricia F. Deklotz shares her final video update in Laser Focused. Her topics include:

2. Enjoy spring break
3. 16 and older eligible for vaccine
4. Bring vaccine info to health rooms to avoid quarantine
5. Thanks to student senate/advisor for hosting forum
6. Thank you for your support the past 15 years
Summer Academy Offers New Format, Sign-Up Begins April 12
KMSD will offer a face-to-face Summer Academy beginning in June, 2021. District mitigation strategies, family cooperation and desire suggest a face-to-face program is best for our Kettle Moraine community. District staff and attending students will continue with appropriate mitigation strategies including hand-washing, hand-sanitizing, and face coverings.

Elementary students will be grouped in cohorts by grade level or grade-band, similar to classrooms this year. Middle school students will have the opportunity to register for themed pathways in a face-to-face environment and high school credit courses will continue to run much the same as in the past. 
HS^2 Student Earns $10K Herb Kohl Excellence Scholarship
Congratulations to High School of Health Sciences (HS²) senior Kayla W. for being honored by the Herb Kohl Education Foundation. Kayla was selected as a 2021 Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recipient and will receive $10,000 toward her education! Kayla was chosen for her exceptional leadership, citizenship, and school and community involvement.

"I feel incredibly honored to be a recipient of this award and I intend to use this as a springboard for my academic, personal, and career endeavors," said Kayla. "In college, I hope to connect with a multitude of communities devoted to service and community outreach, while still remaining engaged in the Kettle Moraine community by volunteering at Girl Scout Camp in the summer."
Board Candidates Tackle Tough Questions During Community Forum
Four candidates are running for three available seats on the Kettle Moraine School Board this spring. Incumbents Heather Renno, Jim Romanowski and Kathy Kapsy, along with challenger Liz Sparks, will vie for a spot on the board in the April 6 election. Each seat carries a three-year term.

The candidates tackled tough questions on diversity, COVID, school funding and more March 24 via a student senate-hosted forum.
Help Save A Life - Donate Blood April 24
Gavin C. Overcomes Several Obstacles On Path To Nordic Ski Success
Kettle Moraine High School student Gavin C. has met his share of challenges as an athlete. He recently realized team and individual success with his Ski Club.

Click below to watch the FOX6 news segment featuring one of KM's finest student athletes!
Get Tickets Now For KM Perform's
"You're A Good Man Charlie Brown"
Come see your favorite Peanuts characters on stage! All the well-known figures are present: Charlie, of course, Lucy, Linus, Schroeder, and even Snoopy. In the end, the youngsters and the dog each give his or her idea of what true happiness is, with Charlie Brown concluding "happiness is anything and anyone that's loved by you."

Performance Dates:
Thursday, April 15, 2021 - 7:00 PM (Gold Cast)
Friday, April 16, 2021 - 7:00 PM (Blue Cast)
Saturday, April 17, 2021 - 2:00 PM (Gold Cast)
Saturday, April 17, 2021 - 7:00 PM (Blue Cast)
Spring Break COVID-Related Instructions From KMSD Health Services
KMSD begins spring break March 26 and returns April 6.

If you feel you have symptoms of COVID-19, please contact your healthcare provider for further direction. 

If you need to report a positive COVID result or have any COVID related questions, please contact Waukesha County Health Department (262) 896-8430 for further guidance. They are open M-F 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. You can also find more information on their website.

If you are in need of a free, local testing site, please see click here for more information. 

If you need to report a student’s absence upon return from spring break or have additional questions or concerns, please contact Kettle Moraine School District Health Hotline at 262-968-6369 or contact or Please include your child’s name, school, grade, and reason for the absence and someone from Health Services will reach out to you on April 6 to discuss return to school.