KMHS Campus Bulletin

May 3, 2019


Despite the current weather outside, spring in Wisconsin is upon us, and with that brings prom, end-of-the-year traditions and celebrations, and of course graduation for our Class of 2019. It’s a time of excitement and enjoyment, however, it is also a time when students are tempted by risky behaviors.

We understand some students are taking part in activities throughout the community that are unsafe, inappropriate, and many times, illegal. These activities may seem fun at that particular moment, but they ultimately could have long term consequences. As students seek moments to remember, we cannot have them sacrificing their safety.

Whether it is staying up late at night and not being alert when they report to school, putting themselves in harm’s way, or displaying inappropriate behavior in our community, we need to work together to assure that all students understand this behavior cannot continue. It puts our children in dangerous situations. We shared a similar message of concern this past fall during Homecoming week, another time of year when students traditionally make similar risky choices.

I ask that we work together - families, school, and community, so that all our students can enjoy the spring activities, and that their futures remain bright.

Thank you as always for your support and Go Lasers!

Mr. Jeffrey A. Walters, Campus Principal

KM High School - Last Week of School

Due to the snow days, Thursday, June 6th will now be a full day schedule, with a 2:36pm release and also will serve as the last day for graduating seniors. Friday, June 7 will be a half day schedule (BLUE day) for all 9th, 10th and 11th graders. Busses will run their normal route in the morning and run the afternoon route immediately after 11:32am. No lunch will be served.

Yearbook Distribution

Yearbooks will be distributed Friday, May 31 in the East Gym during all lunch hours. If you did not purchase a yearbook, there will be a limited quantity available for purchase on a first-come first-served basis. Yearbooks are $55 and cash, check or credit card will be accepted.

Information for Campus Seniors

Returning Items & Paying Fees before Graduation: Please be aware that before seniors will be able to pick up their caps and gowns, they will need to have all their fees paid, devices returned, and library/textbooks returned. Caps and gowns will be distributed to KMHS seniors on June 6th and charter school seniors on June 3rd.

Senior Night: All seniors are invited to join us for Senior Night on Friday, June 7th at KMHS from 7-10pm. There will be games, prizes, food and entertainment. It’s all FREE! See you there!