Welcome to KM Community Education

  • Online Registration Now Available


    Just in time for our winter programming, Kettle Moraine Community Education can now accept course registrations and payments online.

     

    To view the entire Winter 2019 Course Guide, click here. Visit www.kmsd.edu/communityedregistration to register for the current course offerings online.

     

    FREE Try-It Lacrosse Clinic for Girls Grades 3-8.  Click here for complete details.

     

    The following courses are now open for online registration:

    • ADULTS - Aerobicise!, Aikido, Group Fitness, Zumba
    • YOUTH - Bricks4Kidz, Chess Club, Children's Choir, Hunter Safety, Kids Dance Clinic, Sign Language, Volleyball League
    • VILLAGE OF HARTLAND PARTNERSHIP - Yoga, Old Family Photos, You Have Pictures / Now What?, What's Your Color Season

     

    Each family will need to create an account prior to registering and then all future Community Education registrations can be made using that login information.  To create an account:

     

    1. Click Login in the upper right of the screen.

    2. Select Create a New Account.

    3. Enter all required information using a Parent/Guardian name and make note of your password for future registrations. When registering for classes you will be prompted to select yourself or add a child to your account for course participation.

     

    Questions?  Please contact: 


Mission & History

  • MISSION

    Kettle Moraine Community Education helps bring community members together to identify and link community needs and resources in a manner that helps people to help themselves raise the quality of life in their communities.

     

    HISTORY

    Many believe the Community Education birthplace to be Flint, Michigan. In 1934, philanthropist Charles Stewart Mott convinced the Flint Public Schools to remain open for community activities, when schools were not used for the regular K-12 education program. Milwaukee, however, had its own version of community education years earlier. In the early 1900s, Milwaukee schools were opened day and night to immigrants who needed basic skills in English. Dorothy C. Enderis, Milwaukee's recreation director, became known as the "Lady of the Lighted Schoolhouse". In 1911, Wisconsin became the first state in the nation to pass legislation providing open access to school facilities for all citizens. The modern era of community education in Wisconsin began in 1975, when the federal Community Education Act was passed.

    Community Education in Kettle Moraine was founded in September, 1979. The school doors were kept open for community use, adult and youth enrichment opportunities were offered, and recreation service was provided. The Board of Education authorized two half time positions to coordinate the new program. The programs and opportunities continue to expand with a wide range of offerings to meet the needs of all community members.