Superintendent Stephen Plum visits with KMHS Associate Principal Justin Bestor to talk Senior Weekend plans.
The Kettle Moraine School District has named Justin Nies its new principal of Magee Elementary. Nies will take the helm at Magee July 1, succeeding long-time principal Sue Sterner, who resigned due to health-related reasons. He arrives in KM with nearly 10 years of education experience, most recently in the Whitefish Bay School District as the Associate Principal for Richards and Cumberland Elementary Schools.

“We are thrilled to add Justin to our team at Magee and know he will build upon the incredible work Sue Sterner has done the past six years,” said Superintendent Stephen Plum. “His extensive background in teaching and administration, coupled with his innovative approach and dedication to placing learners first, makes this an exciting time of transition for Magee families.”
"KM Isn't Just Teaching Kids About Science and Math, It's Teaching Us To Grow And Learn - To Thrive In Our Own Environments"
That's what KM Perform's Madeline A. says she wants her community to know about her district. Her life post-Perform? Studying and playing the violin at the University of Arizona. She also had this to say about the leadership and communications skills she developed as a Laser:

"Being a good leader requires communication skills and it's about bringing out the best in other people, not being the best yourself."

Read more about Madeline and her 2021 classmates in our senior spotlights!

KM Boys Golf Win Conference
The top-ranked KM Boys Golf team continued their amazing run by winning the Classic 8 Conference this week! The boys claimed the conference championship, their first in 14 years, with a score of 310.
Read The Spring 2021 KM Communicator
The latest edition of the KM Communicator will soon hit mailboxes, but you can read the digital version today! Thanks to first grader Sofia A. for adorning the cover and being part of our special feature on district-wide elementary science curriculum!

Also featured is our one-of-a-kind high school campus, awards and achievements, Mr. Plum's take on the future and more!
KM Rock Climbing Team Wins State
The KM Rock Climbing Team won the state championship this past weekend with a true team effort. All team members contributed to a great team atmosphere at state finals! The following nine individuals had a top 5 finish within their divisions: Nico K., Erica H., Katie R., Kayden K., Brooke H., Reegan C., Nate C., Noah S., and Jamison O.
Ultimate Dad's Day Gift? Possible She Shed?
Enter for a chance to win a shed designed and built by students in Kettle Moraine High School's architecture class! It's a win-win: you get the chance to win a new shed (for Dad's Day, or for mom's she shed) - built by KMHS students - AND support Kettle Moraine Education Foundation.