King Philip Middle School
Have a great summer!
- Learning for Justice emphasizes that “lessons about Juneteenth need to recognize the challenges those who fight injustice have always faced” as well as “jubilant celebrations of culture [and] activism.” They offer some instructional tips about how to approach the day with nuance and thoughtfulness.
- Teach for America’s website includes a video discussion about the importance of Juneteenth and of culturally responsive teaching more generally, as well as a variety of educative and teaching resources about the holiday.
Excerpt is from the "Commissioner's Weekly Update - News from Commissioner Jeffrey C. Riley and the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education."
“Celebrate our Differences - Equality Mural” at KPMS
This mural was created by a group of students working towards their Girl Scout Silver Award to celebrate our differences. It is meant to promote equity and inclusivity for all students, especially those who are BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of color) and/or in the LGBTQ+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning) community. This mural hopes to inspire equity, acceptance, kindness, love, and respect in the KP community. It shows that everybody is accepted and loved, even though they are from different cultures or places.
Created by Maya S., Lillian J., and Samantha H. (Class of 2025)
Co-Created by Ms. Barrett
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From the Food Services Department
Pandemic EBT Additional Food Support Program
Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) benefits to families has been extended through summer 2021. Pandemic-EBT is a federal program, jointly administered by the Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA) and DESE, that promotes increased food security for families whose children receive free or reduced-price school meals through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National School Lunch Program. All students who have received P-EBT will be eligible for summer P-EBT, except for those who graduated in 2020 or moved out of Massachusetts. Eligible students will receive a total of $375 in P-EBT benefits in two equal payments of $187.50 this summer. The first payment will be issued on July 1, and the second payment will be issued on August 1.
Neighbors Helping Neighbors - Norfolk Raffle
NCTV and the Norfolk Lions have teamed up to host a series of online raffles of goods and services donated by local Norfolk businesses! The proceeds of this raffle will go directly to Norfolk residents in need who have been hit hard by COVID-19 or faced other hardships.
Each week, one raffle basket will be featured and tickets can be purchased between Sunday morning and the following Saturday at 3pm. The winner will be drawn and announced on the following Sunday morning!
For more information about the raffle, please go to the following website: