Success For Our KM First Teams

What a weekend last week for our FIRST teams! Laser Engineers and Brock Builders competed at Waukesha North while Laser Tech traveled to Valder High School.

- Laser Engineers won the Project Award.

- Laser Brick Builders won the Strategy & Innovation Award, advanced to state.

- Laser Tech, our second-year FIRST Tech Challenge team, won their qualifier and advanced to their first-ever appearance at state. The team also brings home the Motivate Award for spreading FIRST and STEM learning throughout their community.

Does you child love the Percy Jackson books and the author Rick Riordan? Is he/she interested in Mythology? KMSD is offering the National Mythology Exam to KM students in grades 3-5. This is a fun way to get your child involved in academic competitions in an area they have interest in AND it's a
low-pressure, fun, classroom setting! 

The test is being offered on Wednesday, February 19, 2020 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at Cushing Elementary. Registration open until January 10, 2020. 

For more info and to register please visit: 
KMHS Students Design Amazing Prototypes

Earlier this year, Mr. Hunt's AP European History class studied Renaissance art, architecture, and sculptures. Mr. Bruening's architecture st udents were asked to demonstrate their historical research skills by finding a particular piece of art from the time period and identifying the characteristics of the Renaissance in the piece selected.

Students used their engineering knowledge to create amazing prototypes!

KMMO Wins Championship

HUGE KUDOS to the KMMO (KM/Mukwonago/Oconomowoc) hockey team, who
won the Barry M. Fieber Championship game November 29! KMMO downed
visiting De Pere 5-2 at Naga-Waukee Ice Arena.

Lasers Sign To Play College Football

Congrats to our two Kettle Moraine High School athletes who signed letters of intent December 18 at KMHS to play football at the collegiate level.

Tommy Hoeft signed to play with the Green Knights of St. Norbert College. Hoeft has played football all four years, capping his senior year by being a 2-way starter, team captain and an All-Conference Player.

Trey Wedig signed to play on Saturdays at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison as a Wisconsin Badger. Trey will leave KM as one of the most accomplished players in school history: a 3-time all-conference selection, 2-time lineman of the year and 2-time all-state player. He is a 4-star recruit and the number-nine-ranked tackle in the nation. Trey was also selected to the prestigious All-American bowl game in Texas this January.