September 30, 2019 – Jackson, WI – Homecoming Week began today, Monday, Sept. 30, at Kettle Moraine Lutheran High School. It was Pajama Day for students and the day ended with a riveting match of dodge ball.
KML Senior Sarah Kary cheers on the dodgeball team during Homecoming week activities
KML senior Grace Biermann and sophomores Amelia Pfund and Lydia Strey chat in the hallway before play practice during pajama day at KML
Come back tomorrow to see each class proudly display their colors in a few wacky ways and then battle it out in a Powderpuff Football match up.
Senior Eileen Wendt reads to a stuffed toy cow in Spanish class.
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: Amelia Neuwirth is a senior at Kettle Moraine Lutheran High School in Jackson. As a student reporter Neuwirth has had articles published including a piece on how KML is prepping for Homecoming.
After high school Neuwirth will be pursuing a degree in neuroscience; she has already been accepted to Wisconsin Lutheran College in Milwaukee.
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