KPMS Newsletter

King Philip Middle School

December 5, 2021

This Week at a Glance

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Announcements & Reminders

Trimester 1 Grades

Trimester 1 Final Grades will be updated and available to view on Infinite Campus after 5 PM on Wednesday, December 8.

Reminder: Early Release on Thursday, December 9

We will have an early release day on Thursday, December 9, for teacher professional development.


School will end at 11:00 AM.


Please be reminded that on early release days, students must ride their assigned bus home.

Choose Kindness this December!

The Student Council wishes to announce Do-Good December. A kindness challenge will be issued every day until Winter Break. Students who participate will be eligible to win prizes.
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Fundraiser for Families & Neighbors in Need

The Student Council will be sponsoring a raffle to raise funds for our friends and neighbors who are in need during this holiday season. For fifty cents, students and staff can buy a ticket to throw a pie in the face of a teacher or administrator! Tickets will be sold at lunch. The more tickets you purchase, the better your chances are of winning. Please support this good cause as part of our Do-Good December. Thank you!

KP DECA Members Teaching Financial Literacy

Last week, King Philip High School DECA students, Liam Hickey and Phil Harmon, visited Media Arts classes to teach our students "Skills for your Bills", promoting financial literacy and the importance of good financial habits.


Thank you, Liam, Phil, and DECA!

Health and Wellness

Health Screenings

Starting Monday, December 13, the health office will begin Body Mass Index (BMI), vision, hearing, and postural screenings. Information about health screenings can be found in the KPRSD Handbook, starting on page 25.


If you have any questions about required health screenings, please contact the MS Health Office at msnurse@kingphilip.org.

COVID-19 Reminder

If your child is experiencing symptoms, has tested positive for COVID-19, or has been informed that they are a close contact to someone who is COVID positive, please reach out to to the school nurse at msnurse@kingphilip.org or 508-541-3457 for guidance. Thank you!

COVID-19 School Testing Program

King Philip continues to participate in School COVID-19 Test and Stay, and Symptomatic Testing. Consent must be provided in advance for those who would like their child to be tested when symptomatic, or a close contact at school of an individual who is positive. This must be completed through the online consent form linked here, or a hard copy consent form available in the health offices. Please know that we are not able to accept a consent over the phone. We understand that you may have questions about the program and the testing process. Our goal is to provide a safe environment at school that allows students and staff to maintain in person attendance as much as possible.

From Food Services

School Lunch

Main Lunch:

Monday, December 6: Stuffed Crust Pizza, Crispy Chicken Sandwich, Peas, Chicken Caesar Salad or Wrap


Tuesday, December 7: Rotini w/Meat Sauce or Plain Spaghetti Sauce, Bacon Cheeseburger, Glazed Carrots, Baked Beans, Hot & Spicy Chicken Wrap or Salad


Wednesday, December 8: Chicken Tenders or Chicken Nuggets, Mashed Potato, Corn w/Dinner Roll, Dipping Sauces, Green Beans, Salad – Oriental Chicken


Thursday, December 9: No Lunch Served; Early Release (11:00 AM)


Friday, December 10: Fish & Chips, Cheese Pizza, Hot & Spicy Chicken Sandwich, Salad – Chef’s Choice


Please reach out to the KPMS Cafeteria Manager, Elizabeth White at whitee@kingphilip.org or 508-541-3462 if you have any questions.

P-EBT and SNAP Reminders:

Based on federal rules, students attending school in-person are not eligible for Pandemic-EBT (P-EBT), but the Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA) encourages students and families to keep their P-EBT cards. More information can be found at MAp-EBT.org.

If students received P-EBT, they may be eligible for SNAP. SNAP, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. Families who received P-EBT are encouraged to sign up for SNAP. It is fast and easy to apply, and the monthly SNAP amount is now higher than ever ($658 for a family of three and $835 for a family of four!). Video on SNAP


For other food access information and other wellness information, please visit Family Wellness Resources.

Community Items

Take the Wrentham Master Plan Phase II Survey!

We want to hear from you! The Town of Wrentham is completing a Master Plan to guide how and where future growth occurs, as well as the Town's policies, investments, and decisions for the next ten years.


This survey kicks off Phase II of the Master Plan and includes questions about the opportunities and challenges related to open space and transportation.


Please know that this survey is anonymous and all questions are optional. It will take less than 10 minutes to complete. To find out the results of the survey once it's complete, please sign up for updates on the project webpage.


There are hard copies of the survey available at Town Hall. Please respond to the survey by Monday, December 20.

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Important School Dates

  • Wednesday, December 8 - Trimester 1 Final Grades Available after 5 PM
  • Thursday, December 9 - Early Release (11:00 AM), Staff Professional Development
  • Wednesday, December 15 - 7th & 8th Grade Band Concert, 7 PM (High School Auditorium)
  • Thursday, December 16 - 7th & 8th Grade Chorus Concert, 7 PM (Middle School Auditorium)
  • Friday, December 24 - Friday, December 31 - No School, Winter Break
  • Monday, January 3 - School Resumes
  • Monday, January 17 - No School, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
  • Thursday, January 20 - Early Release (11:00 AM), Staff Professional Development

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