September 17, 2020
From the Principal’s Pen
Dear KML Family,
The transition to and through the high school years can be exciting and exhilarating but also challenging. We are now more than one month into our school year, and academic struggles or challenges may begin to arise. The honeymoon is over, and the hard work continues! One of our goals for your student’s high school education is to help your young adult grow from academic dependence to independence. If you find your child struggling, encourage them to go to their teachers to clarify or ask for help. It is an important skill they will use often as they continue their journey through this life! May God bless our entire KML family as we live and work in the freedom Christ has won for us all! We are here to support our students as we educate, encourage, and equip them for life and eternity.
As we navigate through this pandemic together, we will continue to communicate with families who have had a child who is in the same classes, extra-curricular activities, and within 6 feet of another student who tests positive for COVID-19. We will update this report on a weekly basis to give parents the larger picture of how many cases have occurred in our student body. In order to switch to virtual, parents must notify the Main Office (262-677-4051; email@example.com).
Total Cases (August 15 – September 16): 5
SCRIP Office Hours
If you haven’t used SCRIP in the past, now is a GREAT time to get started and begin earning dollars toward your student’s tuition and other fees with every purchase! Check out this Amazing Special Bonus limited time offer:
A final reminder for large or special order items: please place your order by 3:00 PM Friday (or online by midnight Saturday) in order to have your cards available the following Wednesday.
KML “Return to Play” Plan for WIAA Athletics
The 2020-2021 WIAA Fall Athletic Season has begun! Practices have started up at KMLHS for cross country, cheer, girls golf, football, volleyball, and boys soccer! Our fall athletes are beyond excited to have an allowance to participate and are excitedly awaiting the start of WIAA competition!
The KML “Return to Play” Plan aims to provide guidance to support health and safety best practices when our teams are at KML or on the road. This comprehensive document also shares important information for any team, or fan, visiting the KML campus. Please take note, especially, of our current fan attendance policy which limits indoor events to 2 guests* per KML student-athlete and outdoor events to 4 guests* per KML student-athlete. We appreciate your understanding and observance of these guidelines to ensure a safe and healthy season!
*Multi-school invitationals at KML have stricter attendance policies in place.
On, You Chargers!!!
Quick Guide to Attending a Fall KML Athletic Event
Senior Picture Submission
Senior pictures must be emailed to Mrs. Becky Meyer (firstname.lastname@example.org) by January 8, 2021. Please read over the guidelines linked below, and let Mrs. Meyer know if you have any questions. Thank you!
Support KML TWICE While Earning Tuition Credit
The KML Foundation is looking for gift card donations for the clay shoot. Use KML’s SCRIP Program to purchase the gift cards you wish to donate for the clay shoot, and earn tuition credit for your current or future Charger! Buying the gift cards through SCRIP allows KML to earn money TWICE … once through the SCRIP Program and again through the clay shoot event proceeds. Gift cards may be from any retailer and in any amount offered by SCRIP. Ask the SCRIP volunteer for details.
Donation Deadline: September 25
Required Yearly Notification
By Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction regulation, KML must provide a yearly notification of access to certain specified information to all parents. This information is linked below and is also available at www.kmlhs.org/choice.