Our annual Veterans Day Observance has been cancelled for 2020.

However, please consider participating in our

Supply & Food Drive for Veterans
November 2 – 30

to benefit the Milwaukee Homeless Veterans Initiative (MHVI).

Supply Drive sponsored by KML’s National Honor Society
3rd Annual Food Drive sponsored by the Wisconsin Military State Teen Panel

All are welcome to participate and drop off items during regular school hours. Barrels for donations will be located at the KML Main Entrance.

Non-perishable food donations will be accepted as well as donations of the specific items listed below:

  • New bed pillows
  • Bath towels
  • Kitchen towels
  • Shower curtains
  • Shower liners
  • Shower rings
  • Cleaning supplies
  • Paper towels
  • Toilet paper

Questions? Contact Mrs. Chelsie Brandl (262-677-4051 x1101; chelsie.brandl@kmlhs.org).

All are welcome to join the KML students, faculty, and staff as we recognize and honor our country’s military during our annual Veterans Day observance program.

Thursday, November 5, 2020

Program begins at 9:20 AM in the Performing Arts Center.
PAC doors open at 9:00 AM.

RSVP will open as the event nears
contact Mrs. Chelsie Brandl
(262-677-4051 x1101; chelsie.brandl@kmlhs.org).

We extend a special invitation to veterans, current military personnel, reservists, and their families. Even if you have no connection to the armed forces at all, please consider joining us for this very memorable program honoring our service men and women.

If you are unable to be with us in person, the program will be live streamed at www.kmlhs.org/stream beginning at 9:20 AM. The service will also be broadcast on radio station WTKM, 104.9 FM, at a time yet to be determined.

In addition to centering on God’s Word, our program this year will focus on POW/MIA.

KML uses a four-year rotation of themes for our Veterans Day observance:

  • The Story Behind the Origin of Taps (2021)
  • While Families Wait (2022)
  • Flag-Folding Ceremony (2019)
  • POW / MIA (2020)

“This is the first year we attended the Veterans Day program and all the good things we have heard about the program are certainly true. It was emotional, it was community, it was a message of appreciation for the time these men and women have spent in the military, as well as their families who supported them, and the word ‘sacrifice’ certainly needs to include the sacrifice of God’s own son, Jesus. Thank you for honoring the Veterans, but even more so for keeping your student body in touch with the ongoing sacrifice of those who serve and have served. What better way than for them to see faces of people they know! Again, our thanks!”
 – a Veterans Day observance attendee