Each class proudly displayed its colors in a few wacky ways and played He-Man Volleyball. Check back tomorrow to see our holiday wear!
KML seniors Amelia Neuwirth, Abby Kesting, Colin Cerny, and Libby Markgraf eagerly perform an experiment in the new science wing.
Decked out in green sophomores Ryen Pagano and Patty Leckwee talk before English class.
The freshman He-Man Volleyball team warms up for its first game.
As Homecoming week comes to a close, students will cheer on the Chargers as the team hosts Plymouth at 7 p.m. Friday night.
About the author: My name is Amelia Neuwirth. I’m 17 years old and a senior at Kettle Moraine Lutheran High School. Some interesting courses I am taking include AP Chemistry, Dual Credit Statistics, Spanish 4, and AP English. I have a part-time job at Cousins Subs. I enjoy writing about KML because I get to focus on things that are important to me or stories that don’t receive much attention in the media. I’m excited to report because it helps me improve my writing abilities, a useful skill that will serve me well in any career I decide to pursue.
My current GPA is 4.000 and I plan to attend Wisconsin Lutheran College and study neuroscience.
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