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April 26

Last Parent Advisory of the Year

Our last Parent Advisory is Wednesday, May 2 from 11:15AM-12:15PM

Parent advisory has been a great feedback tool for our school. Our parent advisory meetings are designed as one-hour sessions falling over a lunch hour. All are welcome to attend. I use these sessions to gather valuable parent input as we set goals, build schedules, and design learning objectives for the next school year. I will focus on student safety and school procedures. National and local events place this issue front and center. I will update attendees on how all campus administrators and our sheriff liaison officer collaborate with the district to make decisions, policy, and communication.  

 

KM Perform End of Year Celebration

The staff and students of KM Perform would like to extend a warm invitation to this year’s KM Perform End of the Year Celebration! We are proud to continue this tradition of honoring our senior class and celebrating the successes of the school year. We heartily encourage friends and family members of all KM Perform students to attend. It will be an afternoon of pride and heartfelt congratulations as we come together to celebrate the accomplishments of our seniors and school in a unique ceremony designed by members of the KM Perform junior class. So, please join us on Saturday, June 2nd at 4:00 PM in the KMHS Auditorium and Commons for the festivities, which include cake and coffee following the celebration. As always, there is no cost to attend. We hope to see you there!

Spring Showcase - April 30
Our final Open House of the year will showcase an event highlighting exciting work from the latest seminar and academic year. The showcase will be on Monday, April 30 from 5:30-6:45PM. A final schedule of events will be posted on our website late next week. Note: Parents who need an individual meeting with a mentor or teacher are advised to contact the teacher ahead of time, as our teachers will be hosting a “Meet your Mentor” activity at 6:45 PM for students accepted into KM Perform for 2018-2019 School Year.

Show and Share Open House

April 30

5:30-6:45PM: Showcase

6:45PM: New Student Mentor Group Meeting

Staff

Presentation

Description

Time

Room

Weber

“Vlogfest!”

Want to see life at KM Perform from a student’s point of view? Visit “Vlogfest!” for a roundup of vlogs from our Rube Goldberg contest and other seminars.

5:30-6:30PM

Hemingway Room B29

Weber

Graphic Art in US History

Graphic artists have recorded history for as long as we have been a country. Come see students’ interpretation of current events as reflected in graphic art of their own creation.

5:30-6:45PM

Display board between

B27 and B29

Belot/Beal

Lost Wax Investment Bronze Casting

See the original bronze sculptures that students first molded in wax, then cast in bronze before polishing and perfecting their work. A seminar timeline will be on display as well.

5:30-6:45PM

Creative Lab B24

Byrne

“Addicted to Plastic” Display

Students in the seminar “Addicted to Plastic” created art installations out of plastic trash to communicate the growing problem of plastic in our environment.

5:30-6:45PM

KM Perform Hallway & Cafeteria Showcase

Belot

“Greek Gods Go Clay Crazy!” Pottery

Historical handbuilt pottery will be on display along with artist statements describing the process and study of ancient Greek pottery and culture.

5:30-6:45PM

Creative Lab B24

Byrne/Beal

“Social Justice Through Photography, Photoshop, and Poetry”

Student work from “Social Justice Through Photography, Photoshop, and Poetry” pairs original poetry with photography and digital imaging through Photoshop to create powerful artistic statements.

5:30-6:45PM

Creative Lab B24

Catania

Kairos Creations:

Silent Spring

Spreading the message is one of the most important things that concerned students can do. Inspired by the novel “Silent Spring” by Rachel Carson, students developed an original brand: Kairos Creations. Their goal is to spread awareness about the health of the environment and the benefits of buying locally made products. They created a line of sustainably made beauty and bath products, and would like to sell them to you! Students are donating all of the proceeds from sales to "The Pollination Project."

5:30-6:45PM

AMP

Catania /

Weber

Ancient Muslim Empires Puppet Show

KM Perform freshmen dug into the ancient empires of the Middle East. Come see the puppet shows they created to highlight their learning!

5:30-6:30PM

Community Room B24

Langenecker/ Rach

Biomimicry Lamps

Laser Cut lamps inspired by nature’s designs put to human use - beautiful, functional art!

5:30-6:45PM

Creative Lab B24

Jaeger /

Schwingle

Vocal & Piano Focus Performances

Students in the Vocal & Piano Focus groups will perform solos they have been studying - please stop by the choir room to hear these wonderful selections!

5:30-6:30PM

Choir Room A20

Kean

Noel Cramer Portfolio Project

Senior Theatre Focus Noel Cramer has designed and built a life-sized dragon puppet. Come see the giant creation and hear about the design and build process, then marvel at the movement of this capstone project inspired by professionals at Skylight Music Theatre.

5:45-6:30PM

Black Box Theater 205

Byrne

“Killer Fabric”: A Pathogenic Collection Runway Show

Students from the “Killer Fabric” seminar are showcasing their learning in science, design, and ancient Shibori stitching in a runway show.

5:45-6:00PM

AMP

Beal

Poetry Reading:

Writing Focus Performances

Writing Focus Poetry Survey students will present and perform their original poetry selections in celebration of National Poetry Month.

6:15-6:45PM

AMP

Catania/

Erickson

Instrumental Music Focus Performances

Students in the Instrumental Music Focus will perform their solos and small ensembles.

5:50-6:45PM

Medium Ensemble Room

KM Perform

KM Perform Spirit Wear Sale

Get your KM Perform Spirit Wear!

5:30-7:00PM

AMP

April 13

Spring Showcase - April 30, 5:30 PM
Our final Open House of the year will showcase an event highlighting exciting work from the latest seminar and academic year. The showcase will be on Monday, April 30 from 5:30-6:45 PM. A final schedule of events will be posted on our website late next week. Note: Parents who need an individual meeting with a mentor or teacher are advised to contact the teacher ahead of time, as our teachers will be hosting a “Meet your Mentor” activity at 6:45 PM for students accepted into KM Perform for 2018-2019 School Year.

KM Perform End of Year Celebration

The staff and students of KM Perform would like to extend a warm invitation to this year’s KM Perform End of the Year Celebration! We are proud to continue this tradition of honoring our senior class and celebrating the successes of the school year. We heartily encourage friends and family members of all KM Perform students to attend. It will be an afternoon of pride and heartfelt congratulations as we come together to celebrate the accomplishments of our seniors and school in a unique ceremony designed by members of the KM Perform junior class. So, please join us on Saturday, June 2nd at 4:00 PM in the KMHS Auditorium and Commons for the festivities, which include cake and coffee following the celebration. As always, there is no cost to attend. We hope to see you there!

KM Perform Musical - Tommy Award nominees!

Congratulations to all of our KM Perform students who participated in this year’s performance of “Little Shop of Horrors.”


Our students were nominated for the following
Tommy Awards:

  • Outstanding Musical
  • Outstanding Ensemble
  • Outstanding Orchestra
  • Outstanding Stage Management
  • Noel Cramer
  • Outstanding Lead Performance
  • Julia Rosenquist & Dylan Hoppel
  • Outstanding Supporting Performance
  • Anna Karius
  • Grace McMahon
  • Joy Bartoli
  • Laura Laberge
  • Claire Vock
  • Drew Jaeger

Last Parent Advisory of the Year

Parent advisory has been a great feedback tool for our school. Our parent advisory meetings are designed as one-hour sessions falling over a lunch hour. All are welcome to attend. I use these sessions to gather valuable parent input as we set goals, build schedules, and design learning objectives for the next school year. Conversations are informal, sometimes with a topic as a starting point; other times, it is simply more information about the theory behind our KM Perform pedagogy. This year, I will be spending some time discussing our initiatives to get students and teachers moving away from a traditional course learning target mindset and into the skills embedded into our “Performance Core.”  

Remaining dates for this year:

Wednesday, May 2                 11:15 AM-12:15

February 16

KM Perform Musical

We are proud to present Little Shop of Horrors as the Kettle Moraine School for Arts and Performance Musical. Little Shop of Horrors is a delectable sci-fi horror musical with an electrifying 1960s score by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman. Wildly successful Off-Broadway, Little Shop of Horrors led to the popular 1986 PG-13 film starring Rick Moranis of Ghostbusters fame.

Little Shop of Horrors delights, shocks, and surprises with its campy humor and catchy tunes, including “Suddenly Seymour,” “Somewhere That’s Green,”’ and “Downtown.” So join nerdy florist Seymour on a musical journey through the streets of Skid Row, which features “Audrey II” puppets of all sizes generously on loan from the Skylight Music Theatre.

Performances are February 22nd, 23rd, and 24th, with Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evening performances at 7:00 PM and a Saturday matinee at 1:00 PM.

Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 for Seniors / K-12 students. To purchase tickets in advance, please visit www.showtix4u.com and search “KM Perform” or call 262-968-6273, ext. 4101 for more information. Tickets may also be purchased in person at our box office, beginning one hour before curtain.

Thank you for your interest in our production. We hope to see you at the show!

Legacy Course Requests

Legacy course registration is now available on Infinite Campus through Friday, February 23rd at 3:00 p.m. Students will need to register using the IC portal for the following courses:

  • Visual Art Courses - These are transcripted through KM Perform; however, we use IC to reserve KM Perform student seats in all shared arts courses
  • All World Language
  • Approved Electives

Most students have done this already.  Students should consult their mentors for approved electives as well as  the KM Perform School guide for rules governing the amount of Non-KM Perform electives they can take.  Mentors must approve all elective choices.

Parent Advisory

Parent advisory has been a great feedback tool for our school. Our parent advisory meetings are designed as one-hour sessions falling over a lunch hour. All are welcome to attend. I use these sessions to gather valuable parent input as we set goals, build schedules, and design learning objectives for the next school year. Conversations are informal, sometimes with a topic as a starting point; other times, it is simply more information about the theory behind our KM Perform pedagogy. This year, I will be spending some time discussing our initiatives to get students and teachers moving away from a traditional course learning target mindset and into the skills embedded into our “Performance Core.”  

Remaining dates for this year:

Wednesday, February 21         11:15 AM-12:15

Friday, March 16                 11:15 AM-12:15

Wednesday, May 2                 11:15 AM-12:15

Rube Goldberg

The all-school KM Perform Rube Goldberg Event is coming!  During workshop series four (3/5 - 3/16), every KM Perform student will be placed on a team by a KM Perform staff member who will act as an advisor for that team.  The teams will then be designing and building their own Rube Goldberg machines.  Students will have multiple credit opportunities through the two weeks as they engage in this friendly competition. Our goals are to build community, communication skills, and leadership skills. All skills are represented in our Performance Core requirements and reflective of the KM Perform mission: To advance artistry, academic achievement, and responsible leadership.  There will be reading assignments and discussion to support this credit.  The series will culminate in a final reveal presentation that will be judged by community and content experts.  The reveal presentations will be open to all parents and community members - please watch for upcoming details.  

December 13

We are in our last series of workshops of 2017. This two week workshop period has a huge variety of offerings from “Sewing Basics” to  Dostoevsky's "Crime and Punishment.”   Now would be great time to log in to myLC with your learner and check out their choices.  Different from Seminars, Workshops are typically focused on a narrow set of targets and are often about teaching a specific skill.  

2018-2019 Information Nights

We are hosting information nights for families considering enrollment into KM Perform for the 2018-2019 school year. If you know of families interested in our school, please share the meeting dates below. Note: returning students do not need to reapply to the school.  

Next Meeting:

January 11, 2018 6:00-7:00pm,  KM Perform Community Room

Parent Advisory

Parent advisory has been a great feedback tool for our school. Our parent advisory meetings are designed as one-hour sessions falling over a lunch hour. All are welcome to attend. I use these sessions to gather valuable parent input as we set goals, build schedules, and design learning objectives for the next school year. Conversations are informal, sometimes with a topic as a starting point; other times, it is simply more information about the theory behind our KM Perform pedagogy. This year, I will be spending some time discussing our initiatives to get students and teachers moving away from a traditional course learning target mindset and into the skills embedded into our “Performance Core.”  

Dates for this year:

Friday, January 12                11:15 AM-12:15

Wednesday, February 21         11:15 AM-12:15

Friday, March 16                 11:15 AM-12:15

Wednesday, May 2                 11:15 AM-12:15

All meetings are held in the KM Perform Community Room or adjacent classroom.

Director’s Note: Cell Phones and Personal Devices in School

I have never addressed mobile phone usage in school before - we generally have a pro-technology position here in KM Perform. I am compelled to write a blog-style post about this issue in today’s newsletter. This year, personal devices, specifically when used in social media interactions, have increasingly become a distraction to our process and pedagogy here in KM Perform.  While we are not pursuing device restriction policies that other districts have adopted, I am asking parents to consider a few things related to student use of personal devices in school:

  1. Cell phones are not a “right” in the KM Perform classroom. As with any other behavior issue, teachers have the ability to moderate and remove distracting objects, devices, toys, etc.  It should not be an expectation for parents to have text-message access to their student throughout the school day. We have many teachers who intentionally call for a “devices off” portion of their seminar. The idea is to help students learn the self-regulation that is necessary in the workplace. Our front office is equipped to handle calls to contact students for emergencies.

  1. When students text their parents throughout the day, they sometimes bypass the systems we already have in place to assist students. For example, an ill student can go talk to the teacher or go to the health office - where the nurse can make contact with parents and appropriately log the incident as legally required. Bypassing this process has several unintended consequences:
  1. Students miss out on the opportunity to develop problem-solving skills and develop the needed relationships to navigate school and workplace environments independent of their parents. (This is thought of as “grit” in some circles.) School is filled with challenges. Sometimes things even feel unfair. We can ALL do better, but students need to learn that this is OKAY and a necessary part of learning how to navigate their world.
  2. Teachers lose the opportunity to learn about students and be part of the solution.
  3. Teachers (and directors) spend more time responding to needs that already have processes in place to handle connections between students and home.

  1. We have a code of conduct. We are considering policy that disallows cellphones on campus for any student who is involved in (even as a participant or bystander, as well as instigator) social media threads that negatively impact the learning environment. Conflict with peers are not new - In the old “analog” days of conflict resolution students had natural cooling off periods. With social media, the drama of a normal issue becomes magnified with 24/7 attention by all parties. Our students need help practicing letting things naturally cool down before re-engaging. Time heals many wounds. Keeping these distractions away from the school day does not eliminate them as there are many devices available to the students, but it does help them regulate a bit more.

KM Perform Musical

Auditions for KM Perform Musical Production Little Shop of Horrors are right around the corner.   Students can sign up HERE for your 10 minute audition slot on Monday, December 18 or Tuesday, December 19.  Students should be prepared and arrive 10-15 minutes before your scheduled audition time.  You will find all necessary materials below and can pick up a hard copy of the packet in the choir room as well.  

Audition Packet - Cast Auditions

Music - Practice Tracks - Script Excerpts - Materials to prepare



November 2, Beginning Of Seminar Series 2

Reminder:  Friday, November 3 (Tomorrow) is a KM Perform Records Day. There are no regular workshops for students. Our KM Perform classrooms will be open to students who wish to study and work. Many students come for the day to work on projects or receive extra help from teachers. Students are required to attend all legacy courses and arts courses on records days. It is important that students honor their commitment to any legacy or fine arts courses. Note: Some students are required to attend and meet with teachers on records day to catch up on specific targets or receive additional help. This is a required attendance day for these students.  They would have been notified by their mentor or seminar teacher if they are required to attend. They are also on a “Records Day Workshop” Roster. You can see this under Latest Seminars on the right side of the student homescreen.

Registration is Open!

Students are just finishing up our second round of workshops for the year. Students can now register for our Series 2 Seminars.  We encourage you to log in to myLC with your child to see the fantastic offerings! This is a great time to ask your child to explain their seminar choices and progress.  Seminars start on Tuesday, November 7th. (Monday is a district professional development day)

Student SMART goals

Do you know your child’s SMART goal for the year?  All students have chosen a Habit of Mind as one of their Academic Excellence competencies.

They are committed to showing evidence-driven growth in one of the following 7 competencies:

  • Organization
  • Quality
  • Time Management
  • Persistence
  • Curiosity
  • Flexible Thinking
  • Managing Impulsivity

This would be a great time to ask to see your child’s SMART goal!

Parent Info Night and Open House

Our opportunity for parents to learn about our school is planned for November 13th. We will also begin to showcase student projects. Look for a schedule later next week. We will post this online and send out in our newsletter. As always, if you need to conference with a mentor or any staff, you may contact them directly and we will set up individual appointments when needed. Mentors are listed on the student home page in myLC. Viewing a seminar will also show the specific teachers and contact information of those leading seminars.


September 29, 2017 Mid-Series Update

Parent Info Night and Open House

Thank you to all who attended our first parent information night on Monday, 9/25. It was especially nice to see all the parents of our newest students. Our next evening is planned for November 13th, during which we will begin to showcase student projects. As always, if you need to conference with a mentor or any staff, you may contact them directly, and we will set up individual appointments when needed. Mentors are listed on the student home page in myLC. Viewing a seminar will also show the specific teachers and contact information of those leading seminars.

“Campus” News and Events

Being a parent of a student in a specialty charter school does require a bit more organization and attention to details–your children are adding more commitments and opportunities to their lives. Charter schools also have different legal definitions that both permit and require different levels of engagement, attendance, and communication. It is critical that parents and students make reading all relevant content part of your weekly routine.

Campus vs. School

When communication is labeled as Campus, it is relevant to everyone in any school on the high school campus. When communication is labeled as KMHS, this is specific to students taking a “legacy” high school class. KM Perform-specific communication will have our logo. Students who take a cross-listed arts course or an AP or World Language course in KMHS should pay attention to Campus, KMHS, and KM Perform announcements! The KMHS Homepage also contains links to a variety of campus-wide activities, clubs, and campus services (such as counseling).

 We updated our website so all links below appear under the News link in the main navigation of www.kmperform.com. 

Campus Bulletin: A newsletter occasionally emailed to ALL families on the campus. (It is also posted online.)

Campus Daily Announcements: The students on campus all receive daily announcements about different clubs, opportunities, and recognitions. Although these are student-specific, if you wish to see them they are linked as “Daily Announcements” on the KMHS website.

KM Perform in the News: This is an archive of some noteworthy public news from the past. We will update this later this year.

KM Perform News: This newsletter. I am going to push this out more frequently this year.

KMHS Conferences

These conferences are available to any student taking a KMHS course. You can also visit with music or art teachers about those specific courses which are KM Perform courses but crosslisted with students from all 4 schools. We call these “KM Perform Arts Courses.”  Mentors are not available for KM Perform mentor conferences at this time. KM Perform does not use this traditional conference approach. Since we do not switch teachers every 9 weeks as they do in the legacy block schedule, parents and teachers have not found this to be an efficient way of monitoring progress. We use our Open House approach (see below) and on-demand appointments. Our strategy is to develop a long-term relationship between school and home.  Mentor contact information is listed in the links at the top of this newsletter.  

Internships

The application window for the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center KM Perform student internship opens on Oct. 2nd. This is a fantastic internship and credit opportunity for strong juniors and seniors with excellent leadership and communication skills. Students will be receiving information about these opportunities during our October Student Town Hall. The application can be found HERE.

Guest Artists

Did you know that we pack our seminars with guest artists who work alongside teachers to provide real experiences and credit opportunities? Already this year, groups of KM Perform students have had opportunities to work with Scott Curdy, a Wisconsin-based commercial filmmaker, Kim Suhr, owner of Red Oak Writing, Chris Keefe, a graphic artist and former comic store owner, Annica Mandeltor, an anthropologist with a focus on ethnomusicology, and Luke Rivard, a percussionist with an emphasis on music from Ghana, Brazil, and Cuba. We will continue to highlight our guest artists throughout the year.

Website Calendar

We were made aware that there was an inconsistency on the KM District calendars page. This problem has been corrected and both links now reference a KM Perform Calendar.

The Current Families > 2017-18 link takes you to an at-a-glance PDF.

The Calendar Icon at the bottom of the page takes you to an interactive calendar with ALL district events.

KM Perform events are also on this link.

Kevin Erickson

Director, KM Perform

ericksok@kmsd.edu

September 15 2017 End of Workshop I

Goal Setting Workshops Complete

Wow, what a great opening! We have fantastic new students this year and the staff is excited for a great year. We opened our first round of workshops with an in-depth look at our three learning cores in KM Perform:

  • The Performance Core: This is the primary work of a KM Perform student, which we believe is the key to future success: Academic Excellence, Applied Interdisciplinary Arts, Career Study, Leadership, and Portfolio.
  • The Skills & Knowledge Core: The things students need to know and be able to do for success in college and beyond. These are embedded in competencies taken from what we think of as “traditional” courses.
  • The Artistic Core: These are often the reason students sign up for KM Perform, and include the music, production, and arts classes and activities that captivate our students.

All students have their credit goals set by now as a result of our opening workshop activities. Mentors will also do a double check in the next week. This would be a great time to sit down with your child and review.


Seminars

We begin our new seminars next week. All students are registering for these now.  

I encourage you to take a look at myLC with your child and ask what they are taking and why! This next seminar series lasts through October 20.

For more dates, check out the Academic Calendar link at the top of this page. (Updated 9/14.)


Studio Day

Studio Day takes place Tuesday and Thursday afternoons during 3rd and 4th blocks.  A few have asked about this. Studio Day has always been a function of the schedule. This year we looked at the following factors:

  • The total number of missed studio blocks would be 2,268 with a Tues/Thurs configuration
  • The total number of missed studio blocks would be 5,143 with a Wednesday configuration
  • Music rooms are not available 1st & 2nd Block this year
  • With many staff members shared with Legacy, we had fewer staff available to supervise and provide Studio Day instruction during the 1st and 2nd blue/gold hours

Let me or your mentor know if you have questions. We are very excited about the different opportunities the two day configuration will provide.


myLC

myLC (“My Learning Collaborative” -  mylcsolution.com) is our platform to manage competencies in KM Perform. The benefit of this tool is that it was built specifically to manage interdisciplinary competencies on a continuum while allowing students to manage goals and progress over a defined amount of time.  

I expect a dedicated parent portal to come some time this year, but the information will not be too much different from the student portal. Currently, you can access this information using your student’s Google credentials. As a parent or guardian of a minor, you should have this information anyway, and it makes sign-in easy! The best way to learn this platform is to sit with your child and have them explain how they monitor progress and goals. For parents of new students, expect their knowledge of this process to grow over time. As a parent or guardian of a child in a small competency-based charter school, it is our expectation that you are regularly connecting with your child in this way as it is a major indicator of student success.


Parent Show and Share and Open House


We have our first opportunity for parents to learn about our school on Monday, September 25th, from 5:30-7:30. Our Show and Share Open House format takes the place of the traditional parent-teacher conference. The event takes place in a format much like a professional conference. You can attend sessions you think are beneficial to you. We will host another round in November, during which popular sessions will be repeated. We will also begin to showcase a few student projects at that time. In this first evening, we have sessions followed by a group meeting with your child’s mentor. The schedule is available HERE.

As always, if you need to conference with a mentor or any staff, you may contact them directly, and we will set up individual appointments when needed. Mentors are listed on the student home page in myLC. Viewing a seminar will also show the specific teachers and contact information of those leading seminars.


Have a great year!

Kevin Erickson

Director, KM Perform

ericksok@kmsd.edu

Noteworthy

Congratulations to KM Perform vocalist​ Senior Anna Karius, who recorded her original song over winter break. You can hear her single “Pennies and Quarters” during passing periods!  Check out the video at the following link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-N4HVJvcRGk&feature=youtu.be


Josh Catania was awarded the Chuck Hedges scholarship for outstanding improvisational skills and musicianship for the 2018 Jazz Unlimited scholarship awards.


April Hull, Drew Jaeger, Mary Kepplinger, Laura Laberge, Grace McMahon won spots in the 2018 WSMA Mixed or Honors Choir.  


Joshua Cataniat was awarded outstanding soloist at the Wisconsin Conservatory Jazz Festival and was honored to be able to perform with We Six and Bryan Lynch at the evening concert.


Congratulations to KM Perform students Jeremy Reutebuch and Joshua Catania for their 1st place win in the Instrumental Collaborative Ensemble Category through the Wisconsin School Music Association’s Student Composition Project. They won for their composition entitled “At Daggerpoint” and received their awards in a ceremony at UW-Whitewater in April.

Congratulations to Joshua Catania, KM Perform Junior, for being named a 2018 National YoungArts Foundation Honorable Mention winner in jazz composition. Selected from a competitive pool of applicants, Josh has been recognized for his outstanding artistic achievements and joins 757 of the nation’s most promising young artists from 47 states across visual, literary, design and performing arts. Josh will attend a conference with the winners from around the nation in New York City at the end of April, which will culminate in an interdisciplinary performance.


Senior theatre focus, Bree Kazinski was Cast in the Milwaukee Rep, Quadracci Powerhouse Production of OUR TOWN, as one of five teen performers hired as professionals (8 shows a week). The run of the show is April 18-May 13, 2018.


Breanna Marchikwon a gold key award in digital art from the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards for the piece Star Eater


Jullian Langenecker, Klaudia Rixman, and Hunter Parrott Suttman received honorable mention awards from the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.


Alison Bishop, Leanna Masse, Riley Haller, Hunter Weber were selected to from KM Perform's Writing Focus as video documentarians for the Art of Writing Conference, held at the Milwaukee Art Museum. Once finished, their videos will show throughout the year at the Art Museum.


Joshua Catania, Music Focus, has been named a 2018 National YoungArts Foundation Honorable Mention winner in jazz composition. Selected from a competitive pool of applicants, Josh has been recognized for his outstanding artistic achievements and joins 757 of the nation’s most promising young artists from 47 states across visual, literary, design and performing arts.  A complete list of the 2018 winners, all 15–18 years old or in grades 10–12, is available online at youngarts.org/winners


Paige Kuhn and James Wicke were selected as invited authors to Art of Writing: Young Authors and Artist Conference.


Kimberly Laberge, Theatre Focus, was hired by Lake Country Playhouse as the stage manager for the production The Bridges Over Madison County


Allison Bishop, Writing Focus was accepted into the New York Film Academy’s January Film Making Workshop in Los Angeles


Noah Parulski, Senior KM Perform Music Focus, was the 1st Place Award Winner of the 2017 Wisconsin State Chapter Student Auditions for the National Association of Teachers of Singing. The competition took place on November 4th at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.


Joy Bartoli, Anna Karius, Nik Kasun, Noah Parulski, Julia Rosenquist were Chosen to participate in the Dorian Vocal Festival, the largest select (honors) choir festival in the country


KM Perform students were featured in a “Fishbowl” session at the National Convening for Personalized Learning in Milwaukee on November 1st.  3 Workshops were featured via a live interactive webcast where the audience could ask questions of the students.  Featured were students from our Newsletter workshop, Mr. Weber’s Applied Interdisciplinary Arts workshop, and Mrs. Roznowski’s music & film workshop. The audience was particularly interested in our competency-based framework.


Congratulations to Noah Parulski and Drew Jaeger for their Wisconsin State Honors High School Choir membership and performance, October 26; Grace Provan for membership and performance with the Wisconsin State Middle Level Honors Choir, October 28.


Junior Music Focus Emma Wenger was named a Commended Student by the National Merit Scholarship Program. Emma is currently continuing her KM Perform experience while living and studying in the Czech Republic!  You can check out her fantastic blog at https://emkacze.wordpress.com/


Heather Adler, a sophomore theatre focus, received an award for her participation at the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders event in Boston in June.


Senior Music Focus Jeremy Reutebuch was recently named the 2017-2018 Season Development Intern for the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra!


Junior Writing Focus Klaudia Rixman penned a full-page article covering a trip she and her youth group took to D.C.: "LCUUC Youth impact Washington DC.”  The article was published in Lake Country News


August 2017

KM Perform End of Summer Update

It is hard to believe school will be here in just a couple weeks! As we do every summer, the staff has been meeting to analyze our data, set new goals, and make program improvements. This is one of the most exciting parts of having our small learning community design - we have the flexibility to quickly respond to student needs and key performance indicators. This summer, our planning is centered around five key areas:

As always, there will be adjustments and improvements. Any changes will be introduced during our workshop period, and we will use our info sessions in the fall to provide deeper understanding for parents.

School Registration - The school registration process has changed this year and is now an online process! The new process takes the place of the in-person registration dates. All families should have received a registration checklist in the next week. If you have questions please access the information at https://www.kmsd.edu/REGISTRATION . Registration is open through tomorrow, August 18.

Also view back to school KM Perform information HERE.

Course Selection & Registration

As discussed in our spring information sessions, KM Perform students do not register for their core academic courses through Infinite Campus. KM Perform students earn course credit through completion of competencies. This will be reviewed for all students during our comprehensive goal-setting process during the first week of school.  The first round of seminars is chosen after the goal setting workshops. Note: any world language courses will be indicated on the schedules in Infinite Campus on the Kettle Moraine High School tab.

Our first week of school are dedicated to academic advising, goal-setting, and credit plans. We will not be able to accommodate requests to do goal-setting and advising before the start of the school year. As always, we roll out changes to competencies and courses that may impact credit plans. This year we are excited as we have streamlined evidence requirements in many competencies and students are encouraged to not work on credit goals until these have been introduced.

Course Fees

Most of you have received registration materials by now. You may have noticed that only legacy campus course fees charged to your account. Note that KM Perform invoices all course fees after the first term of the school year when all goals and credit plans have been finalized.

Academic Calendar & First Day of School

First Day Of School (9/1 for new students, 9/5 for all others) - Students should report to the KM Perform “amp” - the common KM Perform area in the main hallway of the school. The school day starts 7:20 am and ends at 2:35pm. You can also view the bell schedule for legacy courses.  Staff will be available to direct students to our opening schedule and get them setup for our first week of workshops.  On Friday, Sept. 1 students do not need to bring school supplies. On Tuesday, Sept. 5 all students should bring writing materials and their laptop computer. NOTE: all students must have a laptop device -- either their personal device or a device obtained through the Technology Partnership Program.

Academic Calendar:

Sept. 1                                First day of school all KM Perform Grade 9/New KM Perform students

Sept. 5                                First day of school all KM Perform grade 10-12

Sept. 25 (5:30-7:30pm)        KM Perform Parent Night Number 1

Nov. 3                                Records Day (No Seminars - Legacy classes and arts courses only)

Nov. 13 (5:30-7:30pm)        KM Perform Parent Night 2

Dec. 4         (6:00-7:00pm)                KM Perform ‘18-’19 Info Night

Jan. 11 (6:00-7:00pm)                KM Perform ‘18-’19 Info Night

March 2                        Records Day

April 30 (5:30-7:30pm)         KM Perform Parent Night 3

May 11                                Records Day (No Seminars - Legacy classes and arts courses only)

June 4                                Last Day of Seminar for Seniors

June 5                                Last Day of Seminar for Grades 9-11

June 6, 7, and 8                Records Days (No Seminars - Legacy classes and arts courses only)

Conferences & Open House

Please note that the open house on 8/30 is a “Campus Open” house. Some faculty will be in the KM Perform area if you wish to walk through. All shared staff (KM Campus/KM Perform) will be in their KMHS classrooms. There will be no KM Perform specific programming. Our first KM Perform open house will be our Parent Night on Sept. 25. KM Perform also does not do traditional conference nights. Parent nights take the place of traditional conference nights. We will host a variety of information sessions as well as have availability for you to meet with individual staff. KM Perform parents are always encouraged to communicate with staff on an as-needed basis.


myLC & Infinite Campus


School Supplies & Books

There is no formal supply list for KM Perform.  Students will need traditional writing materials (notebooks, pens, & pencils).  All students must have a laptop device - either their personal device or a device obtained through the Technology Partnership Program.  Other materials including art supplies are communicated through the course syllabus handed out at the beginning of seminars.

Mentor Assignment

Mentors are assigned during the first week of school.  Mentor names and contact information will be visible on the myLC portal.

School Guide

Parents and students should be familiar with both the Campus Handbook and our School Guide. The Campus Handbook outlines general expectations of all students on the campus unless otherwise indicated in the School Guide. Our school guide is specific to students in KM Perform. The KM Perform school guide will be updated before the start of the school year. In the interim, families can reference the 2016-2017 School Guide.

Enjoy the final weeks of summer.  Let me know if you have any questions. - Kevin   ericksok@kmsd.edu


May 2017

KM Perform Celebration

All KM Perform students and families are welcome and encouraged to come celebrate the school year and our graduating seniors on Saturday, June 3rd in the KMHS Auditorium at 4:00PM. The celebration will include honoring graduating seniors, celebrating the year of accomplishments in KM Perform, and a dessert reception.

Parent help is needed for the dessert reception. If you are interested in  contributing or helping to set-up or tear-down, please use the sign-up genius link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0549aaac2daa8-kmperform


Last day of seminars - June 6th

Seniors need to have all final seminar work in by the end of the day on Tuesday 6/6.  Wednesday, and Thursday will serve as records days. Some 9th-11th grade students are required to attend and meet with teachers on records days to catch up on specific targets or receive additional help. This is a required attendance day for these students.  They will be notified by their mentor if they are required to attend.


Campus news reminder
Parents and students should be regularly checking the high school home page for relevant news related to legacy courses, clubs, and athletic events.  Visit kmsd.edu and select High School. This is especially important for students who are participating in non-KM Perform activities.  Also the campus daily announcements are posted on this site.  

April 2017

KM Perform Open House - May 1st

All are invited to our Spring Show and Share Open House. Presentations will be scheduled on Monday, May 1st from 5:45-7:00PM.  Come see what our students have been working on and connect with mentors.

CLICK FOR OPEN HOUSE AGENDA

Note: in our fall and winter open houses we include mentor time.  During the spring we use this time to have mentor meetings with new students for 2017-2018. As always, if you need to schedule times or phone calls with teachers, do not hesitate to reach out using the contact information on the links above.

KM Perform Celebration - June 3rd

 All KM Perform students and families are welcome and encouraged to come celebrate the school year and our graduating seniors on Saturday, June 3rd in the KMHS Auditorium at 4:00PM. The celebration will include honoring graduating seniors, celebrating the year of accomplishments in KM Perform, and a dessert reception.

Parent help is needed for the dessert reception. If you are interesting organizing families for contributions, please email Mrs. Catania at cataniat@kmsd.edu

KM Perform Biking Team-Support United Performing Arts Fund

Interested in supporting the arts? Anyone want to join our team for Ride for the Arts? Here is the info: Sunday, June 4th in the morning.   Use info below to register:

   Website :https://events.upaf.org/Views/evt/dsp_EventDetail.cfm?idEvent=8

   Team name: KM Perform Bike Team   Password: kmperform2017

   Want to donate? https://events.upaf.org/Views/evt/dsp_EventDonation.cfm?idEvent=8

Parent Advisory - May 10th

Want to hear what we are working on for the 2017-2018 year?  Our next parent advisory meeting is Wednesday, May 10 at 11:30 AM  in the KM Perform Community Room. Our parent advisory meetings are designed as one hour sessions falling over a lunch hour. All are welcome to attend.  I use these sessions to gather valuable parent input as we set goals and design learning for the year.

Every year our staff takes the data from surveys, standardized, and seminar participation to improve or redesign parts our school during the summer break. This year we have some exciting changes to our mentor design that includes additions to support college and career planning for 11th/12th grade students, as well as supporting our first year students in a more systematic way.  This will be a discussion and feedback format. As always, formal modifications are rolled out during goal-setting week. These will be detailed in our annual report available to all students in the fall.

February, 2017

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The results are in and the 2017 KM Perform musical Once on This Island has racked up a grand total of 12 Tommy Award Nominations! These prestigious awards are given out to high schools from all over the state of Wisconsin to those who go beyond and above in their musical theatre productions. Nominees will know by the end of May if they have received a Tommy Award. The 2017 Tommy Awards show will be held on Sunday June 11, 2017 at 6 PM..


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KM Express Newsletter Feature

New this spring, I will be featuring KM Express announcements in this parent communication. The students who work on this publication highlight some of the most interesting work of our school.  This newsletter which appears every 1-2 months is a chance to give their work more circulation. Check out the sidebar on the right or visit the KM Express website for more in-depth features!

Legacy Conferences

Reminder that this week’s conferences are legacy conferences. A few mentors have reached out to parents to schedule individual meetings, however we will not be participating in the legacy conference schedule. As always, contact your mentor if you need to setup a meeting. We look forward to seeing everyone at our May 1st open house and information night.

Legacy Course Requests

Students have received information for 2017-2018 legacy elective requests. KM Perform students are eligible for a limited amount of legacy electives. Availability is dependent on student overall progress in KM Perform goals and graduation requirements. Students should review any legacy requests with mentors.  Registration is available in the Infinite Campus Portal through Friday this week.

(Reminder: performance music and art courses are not legacy courses. Students will schedule these later this spring)

Parent Advisory
Our next parent advisory meeting is Friday, March 17 at 11:30 AM  in the KM Perform Community Room. Our parent advisory meetings are designed as one hour sessions falling over a lunch hour. All are welcome to attend.  I use these sessions to gather valuable parent input as we design learning for the year.

Important Attendance Notice

There have been several questions lately about our attendance policy.  We have made no changes to our policy, however this year the entire campus is sending notification letters after 3 unexcused absences. We believe there should never be a reason for an unexcused absence. Some parents have expressed concern that we no longer have a flexible attendance policy. We have always had a flexible scheduling policy, but never a flexible attendance requirement.  We love to flexibly and creatively schedule students who are “green” and participating in fantastic off-campus or extended hour on-campus authentic learning opportunities.  Regular face-to-face attendance is a key to student success.

Parents should call in to the campus attendance line if their child will be missing for any reason. We ask for medical documentation beyond ten absences of any kind, or these are marked as unverified absences.  

The campus attendance line is  968-6210. Thank you for your support.

KM EXPRESS NEWS

Tickets can be purchased online for the KM Perform Musical, Once on This Island, at www.kmperform.com, or at the door. The show is on February 23rd, 24th, and 25th at 7pm, and February 25th at 1pm. Ticket prices are $12 for adults and $10 for seniors and K-12 students. A special $1 off discount pricing is available for all KMHS Campus staff and students for Thursday night’s show.


Love KM Perform? Want to flaunt it? The new KM Perform merchandise will be available for sale Thursday, February 23 during lunch hours in the Conference Room. Items available include brand-new lanyards, long-sleeved t-shirts, and coffee mugs. Bring your school spirit and your wallet to support KM Perform!

Want MORE KM Perform spirit wear? The spirit wear website launched this week and has some great new options for new KM Perform merchandise. Gear will be available starting the 20th of February and will continue for three weeks. Everything ordered will be delivered to school unless otherwise noted. Get your credit cards and spirit ready for this long-awaited launch!

Spirit Wear Website


Special congratulations to KM Perform students Elle Parsons and Hannah Delmore who are on their way to the State Career Development Conference, competing for a win in DECA! They are the first KM Perform students to compete at state.

Spenser Bower, a KM Perform senior art focus, was awarded with the Bronze Medallion of Excellence at the Scholastic Awards ceremony this past Saturday. This is a special award given to one student out of approximately 3,000 who submitted their work.

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December 5, 2016

Open House & Conferencing #2 is Thursday December 8, 5:30-7:30

Our second KM Perform Conference and Open House is Thursday, December 8 from 5:30-7:30 PM. Visit the agenda linked below to check out which session times you want to attend. We combine info-sessions with mentor and teacher availability to give you the opportunity to learn more about the school and connect with the teachers who are sharing the learning journey with your student. We will be selling our remaining spirit wear clothing at a discounted price during our Thursday event.  We will refresh our spirit wear line next spring.

Click HERE for the detailed schedule of offerings and teacher locations.  

If you are attending Mrs. Catania’s Q&A sessions, feel free to submit any questions in advance HERE.

Enrollment for 2017-2018

We are hosting information nights for families considering enrollment into KM Perform in the 2017-2018 school year.  If you know of families interested in our school, please share the meeting dates below. Note: returning students do not need to reapply to the school.

Tuesday, 11/22 @ 6 PM

Tuesday, 12/6 @  6 PM

Thursday, 1/19 @ 6 PM

Thursday, December 22nd is a KM Perform Records Day

There are no regular seminars for students on that date. Our KM Perform classrooms will be open to students who wish to study and work. Many students come for the day to work on projects or receive extra help from teachers. Students are required to attend all legacy courses and arts courses on records days. It is important that students honor their commitment to any legacy or fine arts courses. Note: Some students are required to attend and meet with teachers on records day to catch up on specific targets or receive additional help. This is a required attendance day for these students.  They would have been notified by their mentor if they are required to attend.


November 3, 2016

Friday, November 4th is a KM Perform Records Day

There are no seminars for students on that date. Our KM Perform classrooms will be open to students who wish to study and work, however no seminars will be run nor will attendance be taken. Many students come for the day to work on projects or receive extra help from teachers. Students are required to attend all legacy courses and arts courses on records days. It is important that students honor their commitment to any legacy or fine arts courses. Note: Some students are required to attend and meet with teachers on records day for missing work, resolving absences, or to receive additional help. This is a required attendance day for these students.  They would have been notified by their mentor if they are required to attend.

Monday, November 7th is an all district staff professional development day.  School is not in session for any students.

Seminar Registration closes Friday

Seminar registration for the 2nd Seminar series closes tomorrow at the end of the day. This is a great time to check in with your child about seminar choices.  Students can contact their mentor if they have any questions.

Enrollment for 2017-2018

We will begin information nights for families considering enrollment into KM Perform in the 2017-2018 school year.  If you know of families interested in our school, please share the meeting dates below. Note: returning students do not need to reapply to the school.

Tuesday, 11/22 @ 6 PM

Tuesday, 12/6 @  6 PM

Thursday, 1/19 @ 6 PM

All meetings take place in the KM Perform Community Room


October 20, 2016

Parent Advisory October 21
Reminder: Our first parent advisory meeting is tomorrow, October 21 at 11:30 AM in the KM Perform Community Room. Our parent advisory meetings are designed as one hour sessions falling over a lunch hour. All are welcome to attend. I use these sessions to gather valuable parent input as we design learning for the year.

Staff Additions & AP Language

We are pleased to announce that we have brought on two additional staff to provide seminar opportunities for students while Ms. Beal is on medical leave.  Joining Ms. Scherrer from campus staff is Ms. Kelli Moore, an expert in English rhetoric. Ms. Moore will support our AP English students and provide seminar opportunities in the English area. AP Language is a competency-based course and by design, we can adjust the schedule and amount of time dedicated to it to meet all students where they are. We anticipate we will be able to run seminars towards AP Language course credit beginning in January in an everyday model similar to legacy AP courses which start 2nd semester. This adaptive flexibility is a hallmark of the KM Perform schedule.  Ms. Moore will be engaging our students in these competencies until the spring term begins.

KM Perform Records Day and Professional Development

There Two important calendar dates coming up:

Friday, November 4th is a KM Perform Records Day

There are no seminars for students on that date. Our KM Perform classrooms will be open to students who wish to study and work, however no seminars will be run nor will attendance be taken. Many students come for the day to work on projects or receive extra help from teachers. Students are required to attend all legacy courses and arts courses on records days. It is important that students honor their commitment to any legacy or fine arts courses. Note: Some students are required to attend and meet with teachers on records day for missing work, resolving absences, or to receive additional help. This is a required attendance day for these students.  They will be notified by their mentor.

Monday, November 7th is an all district staff professional development day.  School is not in session for any students.


October 2, 2016

Open House & Conference

Thank you to all who attended our Open House and conference session on Monday 9/26. This was our third event in this format and we continue to get great feedback.  The combination of teachers offering informational sessions along with having availability for individual conversations supports the long term relationships and understanding we want to build with parents.  Our next session is on December 8 at 6:00 PM. Do not hesitate to contact your child’s mentor if you ever have specific questions about student progress.  Mentor information is listed under Staff Contacts at the top of this page.

Note: October 3 and 7 are legacy conference days.

Workshop Registration

During a session at Open House, parents asked if we could post when our seminars end and students are registering so they can log in with their child to see what they are planning to take.  Great Idea!  We typically open registration during the last week of the previous session. You can see these dates on our academic calendar linked at the top of this page.  I will post in these announcements as well.  Students will be registering during the week of October 10th for our Reading-themed workshops that begin on October 17th.

Registration takes place in myLC (www.mylcsolution.com), our customized learning platform for schools who use KM Perform’s competency-based model. This is where the student’s 4-year journey is documented. You will want to have your child show you this tool. Note, at this time there is NOT a dedicated parent portal. Your child will be most successful if you view progress with your child. Please ask them to show you around the tool. Students will become more familiar as the semester goes on. Students login with their school gmail account credentials.

Parent Advisory DATE CHANGE.
We mistakenly scheduled a parent advisory on Friday, September 30th, which is a professional development day.  This has been rescheduled to Friday, October 21 at 11:30 AM in the KM Perform Community Room. Our parent advisory meetings are designed as one hour sessions falling over a lunch hour. All are welcome to attend.  I use these sessions to gather valuable parent input as design learning for the year.

Credit/Graduation Requirement Changes

We received a few comments and concerns about graduation requirement changes that went into effect last May with our new contract with the School District of Kettle Moraine.  For the most part, these are just realignments that bring our school in line with shared district expectations for total credit and state mandates.  We focused our efforts to realign work students are already doing with expectations, while honoring the spirit of the school. As we are a competency-based school, our rigor is more influenced by the competencies we write and adjust than the numeric credit that is assigned to them. These changes do not change the academic planning path for our students and most students already meet these requirements.

Summary of changes:

Math - 3 credits for class of 2018. Our students already receive 2 credits on completion of Geometry because we award the Algebra I upon completion. With our Discrete Math offerings, the vast majority of  students have always gotten the 3 even without taking Algebra II. The 3 credits is an expectation for most colleges and brings us in line with new state requirements that go into effect in 2017.

Arts Foundations (Foundations in art,music, theatre or writing) is now worth 2 credits instead of 1. No competencies were added. This reflects that our students have been completing deeper work than we first anticipated when we designed the Arts Foundations sequence 6 years ago. Most students take 2 years to complete the sequence.

Business and Leadership was .5 credit. It is now a .5 credit for Leadership (which was always there previously). We then added Career Study, as did legacy HS through the Academic and Career Planning advisory session. The difference being in KM Perform this is part of our existing career program  and we are are now awarding students .5 credit for that work.

Applied Interdisciplinary Arts - We  increased this to 2 credits in an effort to reinforce our original program design that valued interdisciplinary application as much if not more than any standalone course. Most of our students earned 1.5+ credits or more in this course.

For more information on requirements, see our School Guide linked at the top of this page, or contact me (ericksok@kmsd.edu) or a mentor.

Campus Announcements

You can read campus Daily Announcements on the high school home page under News.  Check frequently to find great information about daily campus and counseling department announcements, and athletic events. There have been a few questions about relevance to KM Perform students.  YES!  All campus extra-curricular activities, sports, and counseling services, are available to KM Perform students. The only things that would not apply are activities related to the legacy advisory periods and specific legacy course announcements.


September 23, 2016

Open House - Monday September 26

Our KM Perform Conference and Open House is Monday, September 26 at 6:00 PM. We combine info-sessions with mentor and teacher availability to give you the opportunity to learn more about the school and connect with the teachers who are sharing the learning journey with your student.  

Click HERE for the detailed schedule of offerings and teacher locations.  

Note: October 3 and 7 are legacy conference days.

Parent Advisory DATE CHANGE!
I mistakenly scheduled a parent advisory on Friday, September 30th, which is a no school/professional development day for teaching staff.  This has been rescheduled to Friday, October 21 at 11:30 AM in the KM Perform Community Room. Our parent advisory meetings are designed as one hour sessions falling over a lunch hour. All are welcome to attend.  I use these sessions to gather valuable parent input as we design learning for the year. All meetings are held in the KM Perform Community room.

Campus Announcements

Daily announcements are part of the high school campus Daily Announcements and can be found on the high school home page under News.  Check frequently to find great information about daily events (such as Homecoming details), counseling department announcements, and athletic events.  


September 8, 2016

Welcome Back!

Welcome back to school to everyone, and and a warm welcome to our new KM Perform students and families.  We are 4 days into the year and we are so excited about this group of students. The tone and attitude is fantastic. This year we opened with a one week workshop that closes on Friday. For our new students, this workshop is designed to introduce KM Perform to our new students.  We cover the “how to” that will help them to be successful.

Some suggestions of questions to ask your child about their first workshops in KM Perform:


Contact information and communication

Your child’s mentor is your best source of information about KM Perform. This is a multi-year relationship, and we encourage you to get to know your child’s mentor. Certainly email me or call me as needed. As I do some teaching in addition to administrative duties, do not leave emergency or attendance messages on the KM Perform voicemail.  I typically can respond to email messages much faster than voicemail.  


This newsletter will be a running document, and you can check this at
www.kmperform.com anytime for information you may have missed.


Note important information linked at the top of the page-
this will always be there.

myLC 

myLC (www.mylcsolution.com) is a customized learning platform I created for schools who use KM Perform’s competency-based model. This is where the student’s 4-year journey is documented. You will want to have your child show you this tool. Note, at this time there is NOT a dedicated parent portal. Your child will be most successful if you view progress with your child. Please ask them to show you around the tool. Students will become more familiar as the semester goes on. Students login with their school gmail account credentials. As parents and guardians you can and should have this login information.

School Guide

There are several changes to graduation requirements, attendance policy, and school procedures.  We will be introducing these at our September Open house and documenting them in the new school guide around the same time. Be sure to look for this in the next newsletter or check www.kmperform.com

Chances to Learn More about KM Perform.