March 26, 2020
From the Principal’s Pen
Dear KML Family,
We pray our students will benefit from some much needed physical, mental, and spiritual rest as we close out this virtual week and look forward to our spring break. We are thankful for the many blessings of the school year thus far and look forward to God’s continued blessings as we finish the year strong. God bless you and your family with a faith which clearly recognizes God’s grace for each of us – all because of Jesus.
Office Hours During Spring Break
The KML Main Office will be open 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM on Tuesday, March 31, and Wednesday, April 1, during spring break. If needed, students can drop off assignments or pick up supplies during those hours. If there are items needed from lockers, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org in advance so we can have those items waiting on tables in the main entrance. Students are not allowed to go to their lockers or past the main entrance of the school.
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; email@example.com) with questions.
KML Culver’s Day in Jackson
Wednesday, April 1, 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 March winners: Ryan Kaelberer, Anthony Rose, Gretchen Beaty, Ella Snamiska, Anya Wiedoff, and Joshua Michel. All of this is in addition to 10% of all KML sales going toward the capital/debt reduction fund. You can still support KML and Culver’s during “Safer at Home” by ordering food and using the drive through on April 1. Be sure to bring a coupon so you can record the class and student you would like to win. Print one from our website or ask for one at the Culver’s window. Thank you for supporting your high school.
European Tour Opportunity
KML students are being offered a chance to step outside their comfort zone, experience a new culture, and see the world from a different perspective by visiting Switzerland, Italy, and France in the Summer of 2021. Join our Zoom meeting on Tuesday, March 31, at 6:00 PM to hear about the itinerary, activities, academic opportunities, and payment options. This meeting is for both parents and students. Interested but unable to attend? Contact Miss Emily Chandonnet (firstname.lastname@example.org). A document will be included in the next KMaiL summarizing the meeting and trip’s information as well.