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Welcome to Keene Middle School

Dorothy Frazier, Principal


It is the mission of Keene Middle School to provide a productive and healthy environment with a flexible learning program which meets the intellectual, emotional, social and physical needs of the students. Read more....

Focused Communities of Learning

Students at each grade level are assigned to a "cluster" of approximately 115 students. Each cluster is taught by a "team" of teachers. 
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**Launch of SMS Text Messaging Service for School Notifications**

Click here for more information regarding this new service for SAU staff and families.

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Julia Sapeta, a 7th grader here at KMS, came in First Place for her essay “Refuse to use…Never Alone.  She is the Elks Lodge Essay Contest National Winner! This is the first time a student from New Hampshire has ever won this contest at the National Level. Congratulations Julia!

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Teen Assessment Project Survey Results

The Teen Assessment Project survey was taken by 7th & 8th graders in 2012. Lauren Bressett of MADAC (Monadnock Alcohol & Drug Abuse Coalition) presented the results and information on drug and ...more

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PSAT 8/9

On March 2, 2016 Keene High will be piloting the PSAT 8/9. KMS 8th grade students who wish to take the PSAT’s must arrive at Keene High School between 7:15-7:20. Click here for more information.

Morning Announcements

Thursday, February 4  Day 3


Lunch is: Chicken Patty on a whole grain bun


7th grade chorus sectionals period 6:

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Fri: J


Dance tickets will be on sale today in 7th grade lunches and Friday for 6th graders.  Tickets are $5.


Attention all KMS students! Have you ordered your KMS yearbook yet? If not, you’re in luck! You have until Friday, February 19th, the last day before February vacation, to pre-order a yearbook. This guarantees that you will have a yearbook to sign at the end of the year. Please see your homeroom teacher or visit the KMS website for an order form.


Attention National History Day Participants: The next National History Day Club meeting is this Friday at 2:45 in room 2405. Please see Mr.O'Mara If you are unable to attend this meeting.


Attention Yearbook Club Members: We will have a meeting this Friday at 2:45 in Mrs. Hamlin's room. Please wait in the bus room to be picked up.


Attention Math Leaguers who are competing in the Math League Contest. The Math League Algebra test will be on April 26th. Everyone else will be testing much sooner, on Wednesday, February 17th. The test will take 30 minutes and can be completed either during your FSG time or afterschool from 2:30-3:00. Remember, you need to take at least one practice test on-line in order to take part in the contest on the 17th. Please see Mrs Stacey if you have any questions.  Testing will take place in the Mac Lab. 


The Evolution Dance Team Wednesday Group will have practice tomorrow, Friday February 5th from 2:45-4:15 in the Chorus Room.


Attention ALL 8th GRADERS!!!!  Your Keene High School Course Selection Sheet must be completed, signed, and returned to your homeroom teacher by tomorrow morning.  If you need help, please see Mrs. Campbell in the Guidance Office today.


Do you like challenge?  Do you like prizes?  Come to the Fun Friday Stem Challenge after school this Friday in the tech ed room.  Small groups will compete to solve problems in Science, Technology, Engineering & Math.  All are welcome - sign up in the IMC.  See Mrs. Stacey or Ms. Rafferty with any questions.


All KMS students are encouraged to write essays for the Keene Elks Club Drug Awareness Essay Contest.  The theme of the essay contest this year  is "Just Don't Do It". Chosen winners may be invited to a family party, win $100, or be entered into the statewide contest. The last day to turn in your essay is this Friday.  Pick up applications, and turn completed essays into the guidance office.


Attention all 8th Graders:  Your cookie dough will arrive on Wednesday, February 10th and will be distributed at the end of the day.  Please plan on getting a ride home from school that day, as the cookie dough tubs will be hard to take on the bus. Because the dough is frozen, all orders must be picked up on February 10th.  If you have any questions, please see Mr. Paone.


There will be no open gym or make ups today 2/4.

Today: 2/7/16

Parent Portal Log In Information

Click here for the Parent Portal Log In Information Sheet.  If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Frazier at dfrazier@sau29.org. The portal will not be open for the first few weeks of school.



The First Student bus schedule can be found hereAs in the past, if parents do not see their specific address listed on the schedule they should consider the bus stop in the closest proximity to their home as “their bus stop”. If parents have specific questions or concerns for First Student, they can be reached at 352-2303.