Dear KML Parents,
Yesterday, as you know, Governor Evers extended the Safer at Home Order to May 26 and has closed all schools in Wisconsin to the end of the year. This means that KML will continue with virtual learning through Thursday, May 21.
I continue to be disappointed by the reality in which we live today, and my prayers include our students, especially our seniors, every day. At the same time, I remain confident we will fight through this challenge together as a community of believers. God’s love, forgiveness, care, and providence for us don’t change. Through these difficulties, may God bring us closer to him, our families, and one another.
Our leadership continues to meet daily to work through all the logistics related to virtual learning and planning for the future. KML is striving to balance maintaining the health and safety of our student body and staff and ensuring that the continuity of learning continues for our students. It is our goal to maintain expectations of learning in a way which can be fulfilled by our students through their hard work and our support. Together we will continue to fulfill our mission of educating, encouraging, and equipping our students for life and for eternity as we are empowered by our God and his Word!
I also know there are many questions you have about the end of the year. We have been discussing and planning, but not everything is set in stone as we maneuver through ever-changing times. We will continue to communicate with you as decisions are made.
We also need your input. Students were sent a check-in survey today as well, but we want to know how both your children and we are doing from a parent perspective. Please take a moment to share your thoughts with us in this brief Virtual Learning Check Point Survey.