COVID Dashboard, Privacy Laws,
And Much To Be Thankful For On 911
Kettle Moraine School District Superintendent Dr. Patricia F. Deklotz gives her weekly update as we close out the second week of school. Her topics include:

1. Updated Daily COVID Dashboard for KMSD

2. Superintendent Search Community Survey

3. Racist social media incident: "There is no preferential treatment."

4. 911 observation: "We have much to be grateful for"
Cross Country Boys Win At Muskego
The KMHS boys cross country team took home a win on Saturday vs Muskego and Waukesha West. Noah Straka led the Lasers, followed by a great pack of Johnathan Totzke, Mike Wawrzyn, Alex Melgares, and AJ Memmel.

Memmel out-kicked Muskego for the one point victory. On the JV side, Patrick Byrnes, and Jonathan Driest led the way, with another great pack consiting of Brett Kowal, Brian Ankerstein, Adam Langreder, Jackson Braun, and Joseph Totzke not far behind. It was a great day for the Lasers, and a wet one for Coach Buntman, who made a deal a few years back that a victory at Muskego meant hopping in the retention pond!

The Lasers will be competing today at Wales Community Park against Waukesha North.
Help The KMSD Board Of Education Shape The Superintendent Profile
In preparation for the retirement of Dr. Patricia Deklotz in 2021, the KM Board of Education is seeking input regarding the experiences and characteristics important for the district’s next superintendent.

Your feedback will be used to inform the search process and to shape the superintendent candidate profile. 
KMHS' Masha D. Named National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist
KMHS student Masha D. is among 16,000 high school seniors nationwide who have been announced as semifinalists in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program.
What Are USDA Reimbursable Meals?
The Department of Public Instruction released news that USDA Reimbursable Meals will continue through the end of 2020 or until available funds run out. The Kettle Moraine School District looks forward to participating in this program for both our face-to-face and distance-learning students. As we work to ensure our serving process meets USDA and DPI requirements, we ask for your patience and support. 

Distance-Learning Students

Face-to-Face Students
As you might have noticed during the first week of school, KMSD students are being charged $0 for a lunch meal. These meals are fully reimbursable by the USDA provided the food purchased meets the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) guidelines.
If your child purchases individual items without a fruit/vegetable or milk, they will be charged for the item(s) as this purchase does not qualify for reimbursement. To ensure your child gets a free meal, they will need to take all components of a reimbursable meal. KMSD Nutrition Services staff will be reminding students if they do not have all of the components of a reimbursable meal.     

For the time being, lunch check-out will occur as normal. When your child purchases a reimbursable meal, they will be charged $0 if they have all of the components. A la carte items and seconds will continue to be made available for purchase at a cost to the student/family. 

If you have any questions, please contact Lindsay Johnson, Finance Manager,

KMHS' Luke I. Aces The ACT
Kettle Moraine High School senior Luke I. is in rare company. Less than one half of one percent of students who take the ACT test score a perfect 36.