Kettle Moraine School District Superintendent Dr. Patricia F. Deklotz provides her weekly video update. Her topics include:

1. Keep your students prepared for cold weather
2. County COVID numbers down
3. Vaccine update for 1B group
4. School-Based Health Awareness Month
5. Shoutouts to our student athletes
Two Cheers For KMHS Varsity Cheer
Congrats to the KMHS varsity cheer team, who placed first in their division (non-stunt) on Saturday February 6 at the Oak Creek Cheer Competition and second in their division (non-stunt) on Saturday January 30 at Kettle Moraine Lutheran.
Think You Know How To Count To 100?
Counting to 100 is a bundle of fun, especially when you're celebrating 100 days of school with Mrs. Horman at Cushing Elementary!

Mrs. Horman and her distance-learning kindergarteners were wide-eyed for 100 this week - you HAVE TO WATCH their lesson!
Please join the Kettle Moraine School District for a community forum with new superintendent Stephen Plum.

March 9, 2021 | 6:30-7:30 PM | KMHS Library & Zoom
Girls Basketball Claims Classic 8 Crown, Delivers Win Number 300 For Hansen
The KMHS varsity girls basketball team defeated Waukesha North 59-18 last Friday to claim the Classic 8 Conference Championship for the first time since 2016. Grace G. had 25 points and 12 rebounds to lead the team while Braelyn T. added 13 points and Mia H. 10 points.

The win was also number 300 for coach Hansen!
200 Medley Team Is State Champs, Claims Third-Fastest Time In State History
Check out this amazing 200 Medley relay team of Andrew H., Tyler H., Drew M., and Cory M. who took state with the third-fastest time in state history! They also earned an automatic All American Time with their performance. The entire team enjoyed an incredible meet. Click below to read more!
A new COVID testing site at Summit Clinical Labs in Delafield will be open starting Friday, Feb. 5. Community testing sites are coordinated through Waukesha County Public Health and the Waukesha County Office of Emergency Management and are open six days a week.

PCR Versus Antigen Testing
There has been some confusion about PCR vs. antigen testing for COVID-19. 
If a child stays home OR has been sent home with symptoms of COVID-19 and you wish to have them tested, KMSD requires a negative PCR test, which follows the CDC and Waukesha County guidelines for schools. This is for children with symptoms. 

Not every doctor’s office automatically does PCR testing. Please verify the type of testing before having it done. Documented proof of a negative PCR test is required before a child is allowed back in the classroom along with the child being symptom free for at least 24 hours without the use of medication.

Email your health staff or call the COVID-19 RN or health hotline if you have any questions.

- District COVID-19 RN-Direct line: 262-968-6300, ext 5334
- KMSD Health Hotline 262-968-6369 (District Nurse, Patricia Schuetz RN & Jenny Pick, RN)