Capturing KM: KMHS Campus Artists Go Animal With Tape Mural
Superintendent Plum talks with KMHS art teacher Jaime Yaeger and her students about a crazy-cool mural they made - OUT OF TAPE.
Superintendent Stephen Plum and Holly Myhre, director of Secondary Education, surprised district office administrative assistant Kristine Sterkowitz at her second job - CEO of Laser Locker. Holly nominated Kristine for going above and beyond to reimagine the entire store as well as manage a burgeoning Teaching & Learning Office...and coordinating all things TransformED.

Check out the video and say congrats to Kristine when you stop into Laser Locker to get your KM gear!
Tremendous Success For Grossklaus And Chow At Berkie Event
Two KMHS Campus students recently experienced incredible success at the 2022 American Birkebeiner in Hayward, WI.

Ashley Grossklaus skied the Kortelopet Skate Ski (29K) race at
the American Birkebeiner (Worldloppet race weekend)
and was second in her age category (out of 71), second out
of 667 female skiers and 46th overall (out of 1508).

Gavin Chow skied the Kortelopet Skate Ski (29K) race at the
American Birkebeiner (Worldloppet race weekend). He was fifth
overall (out of 1508 total skiers, men and women), third in his
age group (80+) and fifth overall in all male ages (out of 841).

Click the button below to read a Q&A with each student athlete!
The state champion girls basketball team enjoyed a parade, led by the KM Band drumline, through Kettle Moraine High School Campus Monday morning. Our champions proudly carried their WIAA State Championship trophy and were greeted by applause, high-fives and cookies throughout the 10-minute celebratory walk, which was featured in the Waukesha Freeman!
Purchase Your Spring Plants And Help Support KM Lacrosse
KM Lacrosse club is hosting a flower and plant sale fundraiser with profits to benefit the entire club - girls, boys, youth and high school programs.

Flowers and plants available
Vegetables and Herbs (6-pack): $14
Landscape flats (36-pack): $18
Hanging Baskets (12 inch): $21
Color bowl drop ins (11 inch): $20
Succulents (6X9): $24
2022 Summer Academy Registration
´╗┐Re-Opens March 18
  • Summer Academy dates: June 20-July 29 (no classes 7/4)
  • Summer Academy hours: 8 a.m. to 12:35 p.m.
  • New for 2022: Courses for grades 5K-8 will be broken into two sessions each three weeks long. Families will still be able to sign up for all six weeks or choose to only do one session. 
  • Location: Wales Elementary and Kettle Moraine High School Campus
  • Schedules posted on I.C. at 9 a.m. on March 18
  • Registration reopens March 18 at 9 a.m.

Eighth Grade KMMS Student Featured In Wisconsin Historical Society Newsletter
Huge shoutout to eighth grader Emma M., who dons the back page of the recent Wisconsin Historical Society's newsletter!

"Emma won the regional and state competition as a seventh grader and then went on to win a national award for National History Day," said her teacher Terry Kaldhusdal. "She embodies the thinking and work ethic of a historian. The goal of the National History Day program is not to create historians. Its goal is to create deep-thinking citizens. Emma does that in so many ways. For the third year in a row, her work has qualified for the state competition."

Congrats to Emma! 
Students Excel At WSMA Festival Hosted On KMHS Campus
Approximately 366 students participated at the WSMA District Solo & Ensemble Festival, hosted Saturday at the Kettle Moraine High School Campus.

Of the 108 Class A events, 50 high school events advanced to the State Solo and Ensemble Festival at UW Whitewater April 30. Students from all four campus schools were well represented in all performance categories.

Check Out The "Made In KM" Showcase Promo Video Created By Students
Experience a walk-through of state-of-the-art learning spaces used by career and technical education classes and learn more about the KM print shop where students run a full-fledged printing and design business during the upcoming Made In KM Showcase.

April 8 | 4-7 PM | KMHS Campus Tech Ed

Click the button to watch the student-made video promoting the event!