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Communique 5/1/21

May 1, 2021

Graduation – Class of 2021

KML will hold its graduation service on Saturday, May 29, at 1:00 PM (new time). Rev. Mark Rohrback (Redeemer, Cedarburg) will be the speaker for the graduation service, and Rev. Darren Knoll (Shepherd of the Hills, West Bend) will be the liturgist. The service will be livestreamed at www.kmlhs.org/stream.

For more information about graduation, including event guidelines and seating details, visit www.kmlhs.org/graduation.

Valedictorians:


Neva Bergemann


Taylor Zirbel

Salutatorian:


Katherine Ketelhohn

Class Speakers:


Luke Staude


Emily Wittig

 


 

Call News

Mrs. Katie Hosbach has declined the call she received to teach grades 1-2 at St. Matthew Lutheran School in Iron Ridge, WI, Mrs. Katie Hosbach has declined the call she received to teach grades 1-2 at St. Matthew Lutheran School in Iron Ridge, WI, and plans to continue serving the Lord in the KML Learning Center.

 

The new KML leadership model adopted at the General Board meeting on April 12, 2021 (www.kmlhs.org/leadership21), has shifted responsibilities by reducing the teaching loads of a few of our leaders. This, together with Mr. Bartelt’s retirement, has resulted in the need to fill a teaching position. The General Board has given the Board of Directors authorization to call for that position. The KML Board of Directors decided at its meeting on April 26 to approach Martin Luther College for a graduate to fill this need.

 


 

KML Children’s Theatre – NEW DATES & TIMES!

KML Children’s Theatre presents James and the Giant Peach on Friday, May 7, at 7:00 PM and Saturday, May 8, at 2:00 PM. Please note these dates and times are different from those originally published!

Tickets are $5 per person. All tickets are general admission and will be sold at the door starting 30 minutes before each performance. No tickets will be pre-sold. Seating is first come, first served. Masks optional.

Ticketing questions? Contact Miss Emily Chandonnet (emily.chandonnet@kmlhs.org).

For the most up-to-date information, visit www.kmlhs.org/theatre.

 


 

Annual Charity Golf Outing

Join us on Monday, July 19, for the KML Charity Golf Outing & Dinner at the West Bend Country Club! Enjoy a day of golf, fellowship, food, and fun while supporting the KML ministry. Proceeds from this event benefit the KML Foundation Fairway Fund to support tuition assistance. For more info and to register or secure your sponsorship, visit www.kmlhs.org/golf21.

 


 

25 Year Reunion – KML Class of 1996

Saturday, July 24, 2021
5:00 PM

More info at www.kmlhs.org/reunions.

 


 

Registration NOW OPEN!

KML summer camps will be here soon – come join the fun! Experience a variety of summer camps for all interests and ages including boys and girls basketball, art, volleyball, chess, cooking, strength training, and so much more. To view our list of camps and REGISTER TODAY, visit www.kmlhs.org/camps. Registrations go fast – don’t miss out!

 


 

Upcoming Events

 


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Find out more about the KMLHS ministry at www.kmlhs.org.

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2021-04-28T13:30:50-05:00May 1, 2021|

KMaiL 4/29/21

April 29, 2021

From the Principal’s Pen

Dear KML Family,

The reality of our school year coming to an end is beginning to set in. As students work diligently to complete course work, it is good to pause and thank God for our year together. We ask God to give us strength and focus as we move toward that end together. It has been a blessing to work in Christian unity to educate, encourage, and equip the young leaders God has given us to serve. God bless and be with our KML family, especially our seniors, as our time together draws to a close.

God’s Blessings,

Principal Luehring

 

Student Covid-19 Update

  • Total COVID-19 Cases (January 7 – 31): 3
  • Total COVID-19 Cases (February 1 – 28): 0
  • Total COVID-19 Cases (March 1-31): 0
  • Total COVID-19 Cases (April 1 – 28): 0
  • # of COVID-19 Cases Returned (Completed 10 Day Quarantine + Symptom Free for 24 Hours): 3
  • # of COVID-19 Cases on Quarantine (Within the 10 Day Quarantine + Symptom Free for 24 Hours): 0

 

Recognition Week at KML

Charger Recognition Week will be celebrated the week of May 10. Time will be set aside after chapel each day to recognize the accomplishments of our students, with a special focus on our seniors.

  • Monday, May 10 – Fine Arts
  • Tuesday, May 11 – Athletics
  • Wednesday, May 12 – Activities
  • Thursday, May 13 – Academics
  • Friday, May 14 – Scholarships

The livestream will be shared at www.kmlhs.org/stream.

We hope you can join us in celebrating the many gifts God has given to our KML students!

 

Spring Sports Team and Individual Pictures

Pictures for the spring sports teams will be taken:

Friday, April 30

  • Softball V/JV: 3:10 PM on V softball field
  • Baseball JV2/JV: 3:45 PM on V baseball field
  • Soccer: 4:30 PM on V soccer field

Thursday, May 6

  • Baseball V: 3:10 PM on V baseball field
  • Track: 3:45 PM on track
  • Golf: 6:30 PM at Washington County Golf Course

Order forms for team and individual pictures will be sent home with all athletes. Additional forms can be picked up from the Activities Office. Purchasing pictures is optional, however all students need to be in the team yearbook photo. Complete uniforms need to be brought to school on the day of your student’s scheduled pictures. Extra uniforms will not be handed out if forgotten. Please coordinate jersey color choice with your coaches.

 

Spring Practice Calendars

Athletic event schedules are available at http://kmlchargers.com/athletic-schedule/. Specific sport game schedules are posted under the sport’s SCHEDULE tab. Practice calendars are posted under the MORE tab (on each sport’s home page). Please consult the schedules in advance to avoid conflicts. Some changes in printed schedules do occur. ADJUSTMENTS FOR PRACTICES AND GAMES WILL NEED TO BE MADE DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER. The online calendar will have the most current schedule.

 

KML Culver’s Day in Jackson

Wednesday, May 5, is the final KML Culver’s Day at Culver’s in Jackson for this school year. Student names will be drawn from the class with the highest sales. Winners will receive either a value meal basket, a 2-scoop sundae, or a concrete mixer. Congratulations to our April winners: Gretchen Beaty, Andrew Lober, Grace Hennen, Ellen Amundson, Logan Hennen, and Ella Snamiska. All of this is in addition to 10% of all KML sales going toward the capital/debt reduction fund. Dine in or take out. Enjoy a treat on Wednesday, May 5!  Be sure to bring a coupon so you can record the class and student you would like to win. If you forget to pick up a coupon at the KML Main Office or print one from our website, ask for one at Culver’s. Thank you for supporting your high school.

 

SCRIP News

SCRIP Office Hours
Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays
8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
CLOSED TUESDAYS

Make 2021 the year you begin earning dollars toward your student’s tuition and other fees with everyday purchases. Stop in to the SCRIP Office or visit www.kmlhs.org/scrip to learn more!

  • Current bonus rebates (psst – Mother’s Day is coming!): Bath and Body Works – 17% (12%), 1-800 Flowers – 17% (12%), Shutterfly – 11.75% (9%), Spafinder – 20% (15%), and many more!
  • ThankScriping Days, April 29 and 30: Earn up to 20% on 100+ brands when you purchase e-gift cards or reloaded gift cards! Find information at ShopwithScrip.com.
  • Summer SCRIP Office hours beginning June 1: Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM

A reminder for large or special order items: please place your order in person by 1:00 PM Friday or online by midnight Sunday in order to have your cards available the following Wednesday.

 

Upcoming Events

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2021-04-28T12:33:50-05:00April 29, 2021|

KMaiL 4/22/21

April 22, 2021

From the Principal’s Pen

Dear KML Family,

Tuesday night we had the opportunity to welcome our new class of freshmen for the 2021-2022 school year at our Future Freshman Night. It was a reminder of the blessing of a growing KML family and how fast the high school years pass for our students. As these freshmen enter, our seniors are preparing for the next step in their lives. Our prayers for both classes are that God would continue to watch over them, guide them, and assure them of his love always.

In Jesus,

Principal Jamie Luehring

 

Student Covid-19 Update

  • Total COVID-19 Cases (January 7 – 31): 3
  • Total COVID-19 Cases (February 1 – 28): 0
  • Total COVID-19 Cases (March 1-31): 0
  • Total COVID-19 Cases (April 1 – 21): 0
  • # of COVID-19 Cases Returned (Completed 10 Day Quarantine + Symptom Free for 24 Hours): 3
  • # of COVID-19 Cases on Quarantine (Within the 10 Day Quarantine + Symptom Free for 24 Hours): 0

 

SCRIP News

SCRIP Office Hours
Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays
8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
CLOSED TUESDAYS

The SCRIP Office will be closed Friday, April 23.

Make 2021 the year you begin earning dollars toward your student’s tuition and other fees with everyday purchases. Stop in to the SCRIP office or visit www.kmlhs.org/scrip to learn more!

  • $5 and $10 cards available while supplies last – Great for teacher gifts or future grads. Find a list of vendors at shopwithscrip.com
  • Current bonus rebates: Bath and Body Works – 17% (12%), Sephora – 10% (5%), Happy Dining and Happy Moments cards – 11% (8%)
  • Coming soon – ThankScriping Days, April 29 & 30: Earn up to 20% on 100+ brands when you purchase e-gift cards or reloaded gift cards!

A reminder for large or special order items: please place your order in person by 1:00 PM Friday or online by midnight Sunday in order to have your cards available the following Wednesday.

 

Spring Sports Team and Individual Pictures

Pictures for the spring sports teams will be taken:

Friday, April 30

  • Softball V/JV: 3:10 PM on V softball field
  • Baseball JV2/JV: 3:45 PM on V baseball field
  • Soccer: 4:30 PM on V soccer field

Thursday, May 6

  • Baseball V: 3:10 PM on V baseball field
  • Track: 3:45 PM on track
  • Golf: 6:30 PM at Washington County Golf Course

Order forms for team and individual pictures will be sent home with all athletes. Additional forms can be picked up from the Activities Office. Purchasing pictures is optional, however all students need to be in the team yearbook photo. Complete uniforms need to be brought to school on the day of your student’s scheduled pictures. Extra uniforms will not be handed out if forgotten. Please coordinate jersey color choice with your coaches.

 

KML Summer Camps

KML will be hosting various academic, fine arts, and sports camps this summer. Please pass the information on to friends and family who would be interested in attending. Camp registration is offered online ONLY. Register and pay in one easy step! Visit www.kmlhs.org/camps for more details and for the online registration link.

 

Outdoor Spring Sport COVID Protocols

Please refer to the Spring Sport Covid Protocols for our Spring Outdoor Event guidelines. Additional guidelines for AWAY events will be communicated by your specific coach.

 

Locations of Away Sporting Events

All spring sport HOME competitions are held on campus with the exception of golf (Washington County Golf Course). Locations of AWAY events are hyperlinked at the event listing on the online weekly calendar.

 

KMLCHARGERS.COM

Visit www.kmlchargers.com for up-to-date schedules, rosters, announcements, event scores, pictures and more! If you are interested in sharing pictures for posting, please contact Mrs. Amy Nass (amy.nass@kmlhs.org). We would love to share pictures of our Chargers in action!

 

Upcoming Events

  • No School – Faculty Inservice – Friday, April 23
  • Junior / Senior Banquet – Friday, April 23, at the Chandelier Ballroom in Hartford
  • KML Gala (Auction)POSTPONED to August 13, 2021 – Originally Scheduled for Saturday, April 24
  • KMLES Bands Spring Concert – Tuesday, April 27, 6:30 PM
  • Blood Drive – Wednesday, April 28, 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM, in the Gym
  • WSMA Starred 1st Concert – CANCELLED – Wednesday, April 28
  • Quilt ShowCANCELLED – Originally Scheduled for Saturday, May 1 & Sunday, May 2
  • “James and the Giant Peach” Children’s TheatreNEW DATES & TIMES! – Public Performances: Friday, May 7, 7:00 PM & Saturday, May 8, 2:00 PM

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2021-04-28T12:11:17-05:00April 22, 2021|

Reunion Zero in 2021 for Class of 2020

Dear KML Class of 2020,

Last school year did NOT end the way we expected, so we want to invite you back home for a redo.

Since we couldn’t host a Reunion Zero for your class last year, you are cordially invited to join the 2021 seniors for Reunion Zero on Friday, May 28, at 7:30 AM in the KML cafeteria. Come cheer on this year’s seniors and share what you’ve learned in the year since you graduated from KML.

Your Mission Excitement Team has put together an awesome morning of food and fun, and we’d love to see you there!

Please RSVP at www.kmlhs.org/reunionzero20 by May 21, 2021.

2021-04-26T08:53:48-05:00April 20, 2021|

Communique 4/16/21 – Special Edition

April 16, 2021 – Special Edition

New KML Leadership Structure Approved

In response to the upcoming retirement of Superintendent David Bartelt, KML’s Executive Committee and the Board of Directors invested countless hours over a multi-month process collaborating with administrators, teachers, and staff members as they contemplated the best leadership model moving forward. This process also included studying a diverse sample of other high school leadership models and input from Grace in Action, a well-respected WELS consulting group.

At the regular General Board meeting on Monday, April 12, 2021, the delegates of the General Board reviewed, evaluated, and provided feedback to the Board of Directors on the proposed new KML leadership structure and then unanimously approved the proposal to establish a new leadership model which will become effective on July 1, 2021.

Below is a simplified version of the flow chart of roles, responsibilities, and accountability in the approved new KML leadership structure.

For more detailed information on this new leadership model (including a larger view of the chart), visit www.kmlhs.org/leadership21.

Please join us in praying to our gracious Lord that he would continue to bless our efforts in this important ministry. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to reach out to us.

In Christ’s Service,

Board Chairman John Pahmeier
john.pahmeier@wi.rr.com

Principal Jamie Luehring
jamie.luehring@kmlhs.org

 


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Find out more about the KMLHS ministry at www.kmlhs.org.

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2021-04-16T11:53:55-05:00April 16, 2021|

New KML Leadership Structure Approved

At our regular General Board meeting on Monday, April 12, 2021, the delegates of the General Board reviewed, evaluated, and provided feedback to their Board of Directors on the proposed new KML leadership structure. This structure was created in response to the retirement of Superintendent Dave Bartelt. The General Board unanimously approved the proposal to establish a new leadership model that will become effective on July 1, 2021. Our Lutheran foundation, mission, and vision are not changing, but the earthly structure we have chosen will shift.

We believe it is important that all members of the KML Federation have a clear understanding of the process as well as the path forward for KML. The Executive Committee and the Board of Directors invested countless hours over a multi-month process collaborating with administrators, teachers, and staff members as they contemplated the best leadership model moving forward. This process also included studying a diverse sample of other high school leadership models and input from Grace in Action, a well-respected WELS consulting group who has been supporting our strategic planning work.

This new leadership strengthens KML in the following ways:

  1. Collective Vision and Continuous Improvement: All of the major functions of our organization and leaders work together toward our strategic goals.
  2. Cross-Organization Communication: KML is a growing organization, and this structure enhances regular communication between all the different core functions of our work.
  3. Leadership Development and Ministry Team Opportunities: KML is blessed with a strong ministry team who is recognized throughout our synod. This model allows our leaders to serve and grow as a part of their calling and service at KML.
  4. Heightened Academics: This model allows us to focus more effort and time into building our curriculum and instruction.
  5. More Positive Culture: KML has the opportunity to build off its strong culture by increasing resources and time into building a proactive culture which centers on God’s design for our students’ interaction with one another.

This model has shifted responsibilities by reducing the teaching loads of a few of our leaders which, together with Mr. Bartelt’s retirement, has resulted in the need to fill a teaching position. The General Board has given the Board of Directors authorization to call for that position. Because the teacher call window is closed, this means the KML Board of Directors will either approach Martin Luther College for a graduate or place a one year call in the near future.

Below is a simplified version of the flow chart of roles, responsibilities, and accountability. The major summary points are:

  • The former Superintendent title transitions to President.
  • The core functions of KML are overseen by six directors who are also held accountable for leading the execution of our strategic planning process.
  • The former Principal and Pastor of Student Life position descriptions have been split into three roles:
    1. Director of Instruction (Oversees curriculum and instruction)
    2. Director of Student Culture (Oversees proactive culture and discipline)
    3. Campus Pastor (Tends to the spiritual needs of KML and fosters and cultivates federation pastoral relationships)

Please join us in praying to our gracious Lord that he would continue to bless our efforts in this important ministry. We trust that he will!

If you have any questions or comments, feel free to reach out to us.

In Christ’s Service,

Board Chairman John Pahmeier
john.pahmeier@wi.rr.com

Principal Jamie Luehring
jamie.luehring@kmlhs.org

2021-04-16T09:06:43-05:00April 16, 2021|

Communique 4/15/21

April 15, 2021

The Evidence is Clear

There is no question that God has richly blessed our school, and the evidence is clear.

When our enrollment grows, the demands on our facility also change and develop. Your gifts to our capital/debt fund ensure we are able to continue meeting the facility needs of our school and equip us to provide the resources which today’s high school students need.

Be assured your donation will help us share the KML culture and the message of salvation with more students now and in the future.

THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

 


 

Call News

Mrs. Katie Hosbach, one of KML’s Learning Center Assistants, has received a call to teach grades 1-2 at St. Matthew Lutheran School in Iron Ridge, WI.

Pastor Randy Hughes has returned the call he received to serve as the pastor at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Whitewater, WI, and will continue to serve the Lord at KML.

 


 

KML Children’s Theatre – NEW DATES & TIMES!

KML Children’s Theatre presents James and the Giant Peach on Friday, May 7, at 7:00 PM and Saturday, May 8, at 2:00 PM. Please note these dates and times are different from those originally published!

Tickets are $5 per person. All tickets are general admission and will be sold at the door starting 30 minutes before each performance. No tickets will be pre-sold. Seating is first come, first served. Masks optional.

Ticketing questions? Contact Miss Emily Chandonnet (emily.chandonnet@kmlhs.org).

For the most up-to-date information, visit www.kmlhs.org/theatre.

 


 

Save the Date!

Join us on Monday, July 19, for the KML Charity Golf Outing & Dinner at the West Bend Country Club! Enjoy a day of golf, fellowship, food, and fun while supporting the KML ministry. Proceeds from this event benefit the KML Foundation Fairway Fund to support tuition assistance. For more info and to register or secure your sponsorship, visit www.kmlhs.org/golf21.

 


 

25 Year Reunion – KML Class of 1996

Saturday, July 24, 2021
5:00 PM

Buffet Dinner Served Any Time After 5:00 PM

CC’s Place
8892 County Rd W
Allenton, WI 53002
(Town of Wayne)

RSVP by July 10 to
Andrea (Brazee) Feucht
262-707-3662; brazee38@hotmail.com

www.kmlhs.org/reunions

 


 

Job Opening: Outside Maintenance Worker

Help is needed at KML for the following position:

  • Part-Time Outside Maintenance Worker: Duties include prepping athletic fields and grass mowing. $13.00/hour. No experience required.

For additional information or to apply, please contact KML Business Manager, Mr. Jody Hansen (262-677-4051 x4004; jody.hansen@kmlhs.org).

 


 

Registration NOW OPEN!

KML summer camps will be here soon – come join the fun! Experience a variety of summer camps for all interests and ages including boys and girls basketball, art, volleyball, chess, cooking, strength training, and so much more. To view our list of camps and REGISTER TODAY, visit www.kmlhs.org/camps. Registrations go fast – don’t miss out!

 


 

Upcoming Events

 


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2021-04-14T11:34:41-05:00April 15, 2021|

KMaiL 4/15/21

April 15, 2021

From the Principal’s Pen

Dear KML Family,

There are many moments during our walk in life when it is difficult to see through the haze of daily struggles and see the light of God’s grace emerging. God continues to reassure us of his everlasting love and concern for all! I am thankful to be a part of a unified KML team and family who daily work together for the sake of our students. We know it is no easy task on the part of our parents, and we are so thankful for the partnership we share. God continue to be with you all as he continues to lead us!

In Jesus,

Principal Luehring

 

Student Covid-19 Update

  • Total COVID-19 Cases (January 7 – 31): 3
  • Total COVID-19 Cases (February 1 – 28): 0
  • Total COVID-19 Cases (March 1-31): 0
  • Total COVID-19 Cases (April 1 – 14): 0
  • # of COVID-19 Cases Returned (Completed 10 Day Quarantine + Symptom Free for 24 Hours): 3
  • # of COVID-19 Cases on Quarantine (Within the 10 Day Quarantine + Symptom Free for 24 Hours): 0

 

SCRIP News

SCRIP Office Hours
Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays
8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
CLOSED TUESDAYS

The SCRIP Office will be CLOSED Friday, April 23.

Make 2021 the year you begin earning dollars toward your student’s tuition and other fees with everyday purchases. Stop in to the SCRIP Office or visit www.kmlhs.org/scrip to learn more!

  • $5 and $10 cards available for a limited time – great for teacher gifts or future grads. Find a list of vendors at shopwithscrip.com.
  • Starbucks bonus decreasing beginning April 17 – from 7% to 4.5% (Stock up now!)

A reminder for large or special order items: please place your order in person by 1:00 PM Friday or online by midnight Sunday in order to have your cards available the following Wednesday.

 

Tuition Assistance – Application Deadline is TODAY, April 15

The Kettle Moraine Lutheran High School Federation recognizes the cost of Christian secondary education has the potential of being a challenge for some families. Accordingly, the federation established the KML Tuition Assistance Program. This program is designed to help families meet the cost of this great blessing. The funds available come from many donors and foundations, including the KML Foundation. Applicants can apply online by going to www.kmlhs.org/TuitionAssistance. Application deadline is TODAY, April 15. Assistance distribution with be determined by the Finance Committee mid May. Feel free to contact Mr. Jody Hansen (jody.hansen@kmlhs.org), KML Business Manager, with any questions.

 

Office Hours for Friday, April 23

Due to faculty inservice, there will be NO SCHOOL on Friday, April 23. The SCRIP Office will also be CLOSED. The Main Office will be open from 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM.

 

Upcoming Events

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2021-04-14T12:11:23-05:00April 15, 2021|

David’s Star School Firewood Sale

The continuing clean up of the David’s Star woods has resulted in an abundant supply of mixed woods for sale.

  • $10/trunk load
  • $20/truck load
  • $40/trailer load

The sale is ongoing until the wood is sold out. All proceeds from this fundraiser are donate to David’s Star School. This fundraiser is organized by the David’s Star Parents Group.

Contact Cloudia Hagen (626-393-6427) for questions, payment (cash or Venmo) and pick up arrangements.

2021-04-08T14:19:37-05:00April 8, 2021|
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