KRMS Principal Update

September 20, 2021

Parent Update

We are officially in our third week of school. Our JumpStart day was a great kick-off for our 7th graders and it was nice to see so many families at our Open House. We have had a good start with our reentry this school year. The students have been working on learning the new routines of middle school, including changing classes, transitions, and of course learning their locker codes.

This year we have changed our schedule to allow for more instructional time within our 5 core classrooms (ELA, Math, Science, ELA, and Social Studies). On Mondays the students meet with each class in what was our traditional model for 45 minutes. However, for the rest of the week, when the core classes meet, they are in class for 75 minutes. This change has limited transitions, improved instructional time, and provides more time for the students to get deeper into their work. Although each schedule has its pros and cons, we feel this will not only support students in this current learning model, but it will also support them in their future transition to the high school level.

A reminder that teams send out emails to families quite frequently and if you are not receiving these, please reach out to your child's team leader so they can add you to their contact list. The include items such as homework, team activities, upcoming events, and other helpful information to be more aware of what is going on with your child here at school.

For our student-athletes, we have opened up our Winter-Sports registration. We offer the following winter sports here at KRMS: Alpine skiing, Nordic skiing, basketball, cheerleading, swimming, and wrestling. Information for registration is below, or you can follow the steps from this website:

This Thursday our students will be off-campus at our annual Team Day where they will be able to work on team building activities. Please look for those permission slips if you haven't already sent them back, or reach out to your child's team leader if you need another permission slip or have any specific questions.


James A. Reilly

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GWRSD and Middleton Bus Routes - 2021 - 2022

GWRSD Food Services


Monday, Sep. 20th, 2:30pm

404 South Main Street

Wolfeboro, NH

Middle School Sports Winter Registration IS Open until November 4th at midnight. Athletes MUST complete Family ID registration AND have an updated physical.


KRMS Team Building Day

Thursday, Sep. 23rd, 8am-4:30pm

Each Team at a different Location - More information from teams to follow

This is a team building day for each of the teams. Each team will be off campus for the day and will be returning in time for typical school dismissal. This is a change and due to transportation availability, all teams will be back by 2:20 pm.

KRMS Picture Day

Thursday, Sep. 30th, 8am


Below is a link to order pictures on line from Geskus. More information for login information within the first few weeks of school.
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NO SCHOOL - Indigenous Peoples' Day

Monday, Oct. 11th, 7:30am


KRMS Student Flu Clinic

Wednesday, Oct. 27th, 9pm

404 South Main Street

Wolfeboro, NH


Monday, Nov. 22nd, 12pm

404 South Main Street

Wolfeboro, NH


Tuesday, Nov. 23rd, 7pm

404 South Main Street

Wolfeboro, NH

Information will be made available from your child's team leader as to how to schedule the parent teacher conference. More information to come.


Wednesday, Nov. 24th, 7am to Friday, Nov. 26th, 2:30pm

404 South Main Street

Wolfeboro, NH

Mental Health Moment

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Covid Hotline Phone Number


This is the after hours number to call if a student or staff member tests positive when school is not in session (nights, weekends, holidays, school vacations).

Community Information - GWRSD Approved Flyers

Below you will find updated flyers and information for families within our community. If you have information that is helpful and relevant to our community, please send your flyer to the SAU for approval to post.

Kingswood Regional Middle School

Welcome to Kingswood Regional Middle School!! KRMS serves the towns of Brookfield, Effingham, Middleton, New Durham, Ossipee, Tuftonboro, and Wolfeboro. Approximately 375 7th and 8th graders attend KRMS. Through developmentally appropriate programs, KRMS facilitates the mastery of knowledge, skills, and personal competencies middle level students need now and in the future. On behalf of our school, we welcome your collaboration and encourage you to become part of our KRMS community.

James A. Reilly - Principal (

Kerry Hunt - Assistant Principal (