KMS Clubs

Last Updated: 8/31/2021 6:16 PM

Bowling Club - All KMS Students in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade can participate.  There are Boys and Girls divisions with team shirts.  Everyone participates and competes against other schools.  Advisor: Pat Janesch and Nick Walters

Creative Writing - Students will write together, share their writing, and get inspired. If you enjoy writing stories, novels, poems, or screenplays, join us.  Advisor: Joèl Hartline

Destination Imagination - DI is a global organization whose purpose is to inspire & equip students (from Kindergarten thru High School) to become the next generation of innovators & leaders. Each year, students form teams of up to seven members that are "Managed" by an adult volunteer, select their preferred challenge and work together to develop their OWN solution to the challenge (without ANY help or suggestions from any adults; called "Interference") then present their "performance" at a competitive Regional Tournament. DI combines STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) learning with the Arts to create STEAM learning; there's something for everyone!  Advisors: Sarah Moris and Tina Knaus

Forensics - No team because we do not have an advisor at this time.

Lego League - Lego League is a club that creates a creative solution to an existing problem, following a specific theme. The team also designs and builds a Lego Mindstorm robot that is later programmed to complete time, specific tasks on a pre-designed field. Ultimately, the team participates in a tournament, competing against other teams from Wisconsin. The competition consists of teams presenting their unique solution to judges, as well as their robot completing as many tasks as possible in two and a half minutes. The club is limited to no more than 10 members.  Advisors: David Schultz 

KMS Play -  Advisor: TBD

Rocket Club - Students build a rocket with a scientific payload. Rockets are launched and judged at a competition in spring. Judging is on rocket build, payload, and presentation of the entire process.  Advisors: Nikki Airaudi and Jamie Miller

Ski/Snowboard - Students will be transported from the middle school to Sunburst for four sessions of either snowboarding or skiing. Students will be picked up at the hill. Please click here for all the information to sign up.   AdvisorsNikki Airaudi and Jamie Miller

1) If students only need the bus ride (they already have the equipment and a season pass), they just have to pay $10 for the bus. 

2) Students will be transported to the hill on the four Mondays mentioned in the registration directions. They need to be picked up at the ski hill at 6:30 p.m.

3) If parents are allowing students to stay past 6:30 p.m., they should email Mrs. Airaudi or Mrs. Miller to let them know.

Student Government - A student-led club where students plan school and community activities. All students are welcome to join the student government!  Advisors: Katie Pendowski and Jennifer Zoesch 

Technology Club - In Technology Club, we explore new technology, including video and photo editing, animation, robotics, 3D printing, and much more.  Advisor: David Schultz

Yearbook - Students will layout, design, take pictures and help create the KMS Yearbook.  Advisor: Jamie Miller

More Info on KMS Clubs

Bowling- Practice starts in February after school at King Pin Bowl in West Bend.

Creative Writing - Start Date-late Fall until early Spring, Thursdays from 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Destination Imagination - Start Date- October or November (TBD)

Forensics - 

Lego League - Start Date- Early Fall

KMS Play - Spring

Rocket Club - Start Date-January 

Ski/Snowboard - Sunburst Ski Hill prices, Start Date-January 

Student Government - Start Date- Fall until Late Spring 

Technology Club - Start Date- Fall until Late Spring 

Yearbook - Start Date- Fall