April 30, 2020
From the Principal’s Pen
Dear KML Family,
As we head into May, my prayers continue to be with our KML families as you live and work through our current reality. I am reminded that our current reality is nothing compared to the perfect future reality God has prepared for all who believe in the name of Jesus Christ our Savior. Let us continue to embrace this struggle and emerge stronger and closer to our loving God. Blessings to you all!
Hwy. 60 Closed Thru Late September
Hwy. 60 is CLOSED from Eagle Drive (Piggly Wiggly) in Jackson to Hwy. 181 (5 Corners) in Cedarburg. This is due to a scheduled road construction project whose timeline has not currently been affected by COVID-19. The road is slated to reopen in late September. Traffic travelling on Division Road is still able to cross Hwy. 60 at that intersection’s roundabout. For more information, including the detour route, visit http://town.cedarburg.wi.us/sth-60-project OR https://projects.511wi.gov/wis60/full-project-overview.
Charger Club Plant Sale
Groth’s Country Gardens $20 gift certificates are available for purchase through the KML SCRIP Office. Use the gift certificates through June 30, 2020, to support your Charger Club and a local business! Groth’s will reopen for business on May 1, 2020. Please check Groth’s website for current hours and any questions regarding their plants.
KML Culver’s Day in Jackson
Wednesday, May 6, is the final KML Culver’s Day for this school year at Culver’s in Jackson. You can still support KML and Culver’s during “Safer at Home” by ordering food and using the drive through on May 6. Be sure to bring your coupon. You may print one from our website or ask for one at the Culver’s window. Thank you for supporting your high school.
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