January 30, 2020
From the Principal’s Pen
Dear KML Family,
Flu season has hit especially hard this year, and many of our students are struggling with various illnesses. Our prayers are with all who are affected, and we trust that most will be back to full strength soon. It’s weeks like these when the hope of heaven with no more pain, struggle, or sickness sounds pretty amazing! I can’t even imagine what that will be like! God’s blessings to your family as you navigate through this season.
Each year, KML partners with Martin Luther College (MLC) in New Ulm, MN, to give our students an opportunity to experience what a normal day is like in the life of a college student preparing for full-time ministry in the WELS. For many years, KML has been encouraging students to consider the full-time ministry as pastors, teachers, and staff ministers. This is a great opportunity for KML students to see life at MLC firsthand and receive personal encouragements to continue thinking about becoming a pastor, teacher, or staff minister.
If you have a student who has the gifts to serve in full-time ministry, please encourage them to participate in the second trip to MLC on February 5-6. These are weekdays, which means we will leave from KML after chapel on Wednesday, February 5, and return to campus around 10:00 PM on Thursday, February 6. We will also be partnering with Shoreland Lutheran High School to travel on a coach bus. It is a quick trip, but students will attend college classes, visit KML alumni, and meet new friends! Please contact Pastor Ben Reichel (email@example.com) with any questions you might have.
Tuition Assistance – DEADLINE 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 has established the KML Tuition Assistance Program. The program is designed to help families meet the cost of this great blessing. The money for this program comes from many donors and foundations, including the KML Foundation. Applicants can apply online. The deadline to apply is April 15. The Finance Committee will determine the assistance disbursement mid May. Feel free to contact Mr. Jody Hansen, KML Business Manager (262-677-4051 x1109; firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions.
SCRIP News – Volunteers Needed!
The KML SCRIP Office has immediate openings for volunteers to work 12:00 – 3:00 PM on Fridays and alternating Wednesdays. Duties include filling orders for walk-ins and online orders and counting inventory as needed. If interested, please contact our SCRIP Coordinator, Mrs. Tanya Anderson (262-677-4051 x1114; email@example.com).
SCRIP Office Hours
Upcoming Bonus Offer (normal rate in parentheses)
2020 KML Cheer Competition
KML is proud to host our annual cheer competition on Saturday, February 1. You are invited to come and cheer on our grade school and high school athletes. Admission is $5. Please visit http://kmlchargers.com/kmlhs-cheer-competition/ for more information on the event (teams attending, schedule, etc.).
Grade School Basketball Tournament at KML
KML will host the grade school basketball tournament February 7-8. Come and cheer on the future Chargers!
All KML basketball players have been assigned one time to work for the tournament or are scheduled to keep book or run the clock. Please check the schedule distributed in December (also posted at: http://kmlchargers.com/athletic-volunteer-schedule/). If there is a conflict, switch with another player or find a replacement and contact the Activities Department (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the change.
KML Cheer at Nationals!
For the first time in program history, the KML varsity cheer team has qualified for the UCA National High School Championships in Orlando, FL, to be held February 7-9. The team has worked very hard to qualify for this prestigious event and is excited for the opportunity to represent KML in the Game Day Division! Follow the team’s journey on their website https://kmlchargers.com/nationals/ or Facebook/Instagram page @kmlcheerteam. To watch the team perform LIVE, become a subscriber at https://tv.varsity.com/signup.
Special Event Basketball Games
All KML fans and Kettle Krazies are invited to our special event basketball games. We would love to see the stands packed full of Charger Green!
The Charger Club will be hosting their Scoops & Suds Nights on Thursday, February 6. Root beer floats ($1) and ice cream sundaes ($2) will be available. Please join us for some food and fellowship at the games!
T-Shirt to Support Kremer Family
Network Photography and Master Printwear have come together to donate a t-shirt in support of KML freshman Miriam Kremer who has been diagnosed with leukemia. The t-shirt was designed by the Kremer family to keep Christ at the forefront of this battle. If you would like to order a t-shirt to show your support, the cost is $10, 100% of which will be donated back to Miriam and her family. View the shirt and place your order online at https://miriamstrong.itemorder.com/sale by 11:59 PM on Sunday, February 2.
KML Culver’s Day in Jackson
Wednesday, February 5, is KML Culver’s Day at Culver’s in Jackson. 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 January winners: Logan Hennen, Keturah Kremer, and Stephen Klemp. All of this is in addition to 10% of all KML sales going toward the capital/debt reduction fund. Bring your family and friends to Culver’s on Wednesday, February 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.
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