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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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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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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.


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Morning Announcements

Thursday, May 28th  Day 1
Today for  Lunch is :  Baked Chicken Tenders
7th and 8th Grade Band sectionals for today are as follows: Period 1 - Group 4, Period 2 - Group 1, Period 6 - Group 2, Period 7 - Group 3. Strings sectionals today is for Violins.
Attention all cast members of Charlotte's Website - we will have rehearsal today from 2:45 to 4:00.
Attention OCAC Ambassadors:  We will be meeting in the IMC after school Today.  Please make every effort to attend.
Attention talent show acts!  There will be a mandatory meeting on Friday at 2:30 in the Cluster A area.  At least one person from your act must attend.  If no one from your act can attend please see Mrs. Dubois in 1104 this week.  This will be a brief meeting.  Please arrive promptly at 2:30 and plan to leave by 2:45.  See Mrs. Dubois with any questions.
Magic the Gathering club will meet tomorrow after school in the IMC. Please wait in the cafeteria until 2:40 and you will be called to the IMC.
The 6th grade track team traveled to Springfield, Vermont for the 6th grade invitational yesterday and won both the boys and girls team scoring by large margins.

Partnership for Drug-Free Kids

Hello parents!  

Between marijuana legalization, the normalization in pop culture and new ways of using (edibles, vaporizers, concentrates), it’s becoming more complicated for parents to talk to their teens.

So where do you start? And what should you say? The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids is here to help.

Inside the Marijuana Talk Kit, you will find:

  • Facts about marijuana
  • Why weed is still risky for teens
  • Ways to talk with your teen about marijuana
  • What you should - and shouldn't say - when talking with your teen
  • How to respond to your teen’s questions and arguments
  • Resources to help
The Marijuana Talk Kit will help you have meaningful, productive conversations with your teen. Find the Marijuana Talk Kit here.
As always, please feel free to reach out to us if you're concerned about your son or daughter's use of drugs or alcohol.
Eddie Singer, Wendi Campbell, Joy Livengood

Sports Drinks & Energy Drinks

With busy student athletes, families will often grab food and beverages in transit to games or practices. Knowing whether sports drinks and energy drinks are appropriate for children can be confusing due to tricky marketing and media hype. Please click on this link to read about the differences between these highly marketed beverages, and how to make water an everyday drink when your family is on the go or at home.

Scholastic Art and Writing Awards
Congratulations to the  students from Keene Middle School who received awards in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards! Their work will be included in the regional exhibit at Pinkerton Academy with an award ceremony held on February 8th!  More.....
Today: 5/28/15


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.