KRMS Principal Newsletter
June 17, 2022
Hello KRMS families,
As we enter into the last two days of the school year next week, I wanted to reach out and thank the faculty, staff, families, and students for the opportunity to have had the chance to work together through my time at Governor Wentworth Regional School District. I feel so fortunate to have had the opportunity to be in a leadership role within our communities and work with such incredible people.
As for the last couple of school days, our 8th graders had an exceptional time at Canobie Lake this Friday, and we look forward to creating more memories for them as they will have time to be together on Monday and Tuesday next week. As previously mentioned, over the last couple of years, we have not hosted a formal "promotion" for the 8th grade. We have shifted to providing opportunities for the students to be celebrated with school activities with their peers. We will pick up on Monday with the 8th grade informal award assembly acknowledging their moving on to high school that will occur during the school day on June 20th, followed by some organized fun activities for the students. Monday will also include a BBQ for the 8th graders. Tuesday is our last day of school and it is a half day with a noon time dismissal.
Please see some of the updated information below, including opportunities for students over the summer. Upcoming 7th and 8th graders will receive their team placements within the first couple of weeks in August. Those will most likely come either via mail or email, so please be on the lookout for those.
I have greatly appreciated your support and collaboration. If there is anything that I can assist you or your child with, please reach out to me directly. I wish our 8th graders a strong transition into their high school years and our 7th graders a confident transition into 8th grade. As of June 30th, I will no longer be working at KRMS or within GWRSD, so please contact the school if you need any assistance over the summer and into next year.
James A. Reilly
GWRSD Food Services
KRMS School Store
Working Papers Information
1. Only 12-15 year olds need working papers. 16 years old and over do not.
3. Schools NO LONGER have any involvement in working papers; it is all self served by the family. Below is further information
IMPORTANT AND UPCOMING DATES
LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
Tuesday, June 21st, 12pm
404 South Main Street
KRMS SUMMER SCHOOL
Tuesday, July 5th, 9pm to Thursday, Aug. 4th, 2pm
404 South Main Street
REGISTRATION FOR FALL (2022) KRMS SPORTS
How Do I Register My Child(ren) for Sports at Kingswood?
Download and review or review online - the Athletic Handbook for Students Athletes & Parents 2022-2023. Both can be found in the "Inside Athletics" menu directly on the www.kingswoodathletics.org home page.
Visit: www.familyid.com, in the top right hand corner of the FamilyID website, click on “CREATE ACCOUNT” to create a FamilyID account. (FYI: after registering for a FamilyID account you will still need to sign up for your child’s sport of choice!)
Once your account is created (you never have to create another one!); click the “Find a Program” menu button on the FamilyID home page.
On the next page type “Kingswood” into the search box and click the “Find” button.
This will take you to a featured organization page, where you will see “Kingswood Department of Athletics” click on this blue lettering and voila! You are at our FamilyID page!
Scroll to mid-page and click on the program you are ready to register for!
On the next page, scroll to mid-page and click the “REGISTER NOW” button.
Complete the FamilyID registration and everything is routed to the Athletic Department--no forms to print out!
The only thing you owe to the athletic department on the first day of tryouts would possibly be an up to date physical.
*Please note that failure to register online will postpone an athlete’s eligibility at both KRMS
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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 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Kerry Hunt - Assistant Principal (email@example.com)