Welcome to 7th Grade!

This site provides several resources for families as children transition from elementary school into seventh grade at King Philip Middle School.

Registration for incoming 7th grade students is past due. If you haven’t done so yet, please register your student as soon as possible. If you have any questions, please contact Nicole Murphy, Guidance Secretary at murphyn@kingphilip.org. Thank you!

February 1, 2022

Dear Families of Incoming 7th Graders,

Welcome to King Philip Middle School! We are excited that you have a child about to enter seventh grade and look forward to having you and your family as members of the King Philip Middle School community next school year. Below is some important information regarding upcoming events that will promote a smooth transition to middle school for you and your child. 

Registration for Incoming 7th Graders

We are pleased to begin the registration process for our incoming 7th grade families. Please follow the student registration instructions, accessible on the left side of this page, in order to register your incoming 7th grade student. Grade 7 student registration will open on Tuesday, February 1, and must be completed by Friday, March 4. If you need assistance with registration, please consider attending our registration help night (information below). If you have questions about the registration process, please contact Nicole Murphy, Guidance Secretary at murphyn@kingphilip.org. 

KPMS Incoming 7th Grade/New Student Registration Help Night

KPMS will be hosting an Incoming 7th Grade/New Student Registration Help Night on Wednesday, March 2, 2022, from 6:00 – 7:30 PM to provide assistance with the registration process to families. Members of the KPMS administrative team and the KP technology department will be in attendance to provide hands-on assistance to families.

KPMS Curriculum Night for Incoming 7th Grade Families

Families of current sixth grade students are invited to meet with the King Philip Middle School Administrative team on Wednesday, March 30, from 6:00 – 7:30 PM in the auditorium at KPMS. At this meeting, you will have the opportunity to learn about the seventh grade program and school-wide activities at KPMS. 

KPMS School Visits for Caregivers of Incoming 7th Grade Families

We invite caregivers of current sixth grade students to visit King Philip Middle School in session on the mornings of Thursday, April 7 or Tuesday, April 12 any time between 8:30-9:30 AM. Please stop by the cafeteria to meet guidance counselors and the administrative team, have a cup of coffee, and be matched up with a student leader to take you on a tour of the school.

Again, on behalf of the King Philip Middle School community, I welcome you to our middle school and look forward to seeing you in the coming months.



Michelle J. Kreuzer


For families who currently have a student attending King Philip Middle or High School and are registering an incoming 7th grader:

  • Log into your Infinite Campus Parent Portal
  • On the left side navigation click “More”
  • Click “Start” for 2022-23 New Student Registration
  • Click “Begin Registration”
  • Follow the on-screen instructions to register your child

For all other families:

*Please complete student registration by March 4, 2022.*



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Household information – Home and Mailing Address

    Three (3) Proofs Residency and Identification. 

        Proof 1: Evidence of Residency: One (1) of the following

  • Recent mortgage payment and/or property tax bill
  • Fully signed and executed Lease and/or Rental Agreement (Must be executed by both parties)
  • Landlord/Owner of Property Affidavit for those who cannot produce proof of ownership or Lease
  • Fully signed and executed Purchase and Sale (P&S) Agreement (provided occupancy date occurs within 30 days of enrollment)
  • Section 8 Agreement

         Proof 2: Evidence of Occupancy: One (1) of the following:

  • Gas/Oil Bill, Electric Bill, Home (not cell) Telephone Bill, Cable Bill, Water Bill (Note: Bill must be dated within the past 45 days and address and name must be stated)
  • Recent bill dated within the past 45 days showing address and name (Note: A Residency Statement/Affidavit   is required with this option)
  • Occupancy Statement/Affidavit must be notarized if a bill cannot be provided prior to student’s enrollment.

         Proof 3: Identification of Parent/Guardian: One (1) of the following:

  • Valid MA Driver’s License
  • Valid MA Photo ID Card
  • Valid Passport
  • Other Government issued Photo ID

Parent information – work and cell phone numbers, email addresses

  • Court issued documents that name the child (if applicable)

Student information – demographic

  • Copy of original birth certificate
  • Students report card (if available)
  • Current IEP\504 documents – Optional (if applicable and if your child’s grade 6 school is NOT one of the following: Wood School, Plainville; Roderick School, Wrentham; Freeman Kennedy School, Norfolk)

Emergency Contact – addresses and phone numbers

We request that you read the document in the link below before filling the application, to familiarize yourself with special circumstantial situations as applicable.



Note: Required fields are marked with a red asterisk, and the district will receive the data exactly as it is entered. Please be careful of spelling, capitalization and punctuation. Dates should be entered as MM/DD/YYYY and phone numbers as xxx-xxx-xxxx.

If you need assistance, please call (508) 541-7324 for Middle School and (508) 384-1000 x 3160 for High School during business hours or leave a message and a representative will be back in touch with you the next business day. 

Dear Incoming KPMS 7th Grade Families, 


Welcome to King Philip Middle School! We look forward to getting to know your children and learning about their interests and learning styles. We hope this letter will be able to answer some common questions about the school counseling department and how we are able to help your children make the most of their middle school years. 


Students at KPMS stay with the same school guidance counselor for two years through grades 7-8. We work together with students and their families on a number of levels and spend time getting to know each student. Counselors work with all teams of teachers and meet regularly to discuss team activities, assignments and important student information. In addition, your child’s guidance counselor is a liaison between teachers and home. We work in partnership to support all of our students and families.


Here are some of the regular services provided by the school guidance counselor:

  • Supports all students in their assigned grade
  • Provides individual and group counseling, as well as mediation between students
  • Assists with social, emotional, academic and scheduling needs
  • Meets regularly with teams of teachers to work in supporting students
  • Team participant for IEP and 504 meetings
  • Facilitates the referral process for the Student Success Team (a team process to help support students in need)
  • Assists with transitions from elementary school to KPMS and from KPMS to high school
  • Makes referrals to and consults with community resources (e.g., tutors, outside community agencies, therapists, etc).


We look forward to getting to know your child and to two years of positive partnerships with you. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.




Jennilee Spinelli, Grade 7 Guidance Counselor (Class of 2028)

508-541-7324 x2407



Leah Barry, Grade 7 Guidance Counselor (Class of 2027)

508-541-7324 x2409


The King Philip Regional School District, in compliance with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, requires the following documents before a student enters 7th grade.

  • Updated immunizations which include:
    • Varivax, 2nd dose;

    • Tdap (Note: this is not the same as DTaP); and

    • MenACWY (1 dose).

  • Students must also provide a copy of the most recent physical examination signed by their doctor.

Physical examination and immunization requirements are due by the first day of school. Forms can be faxed to 508-298-0203 or emailed to msnurse@kingphilip.org.


If there are medical reasons why your child has not been immunized, a certificate must be obtained from your physician and forwarded to the school nurse; this letter should be provided each year. For religious exemption, a letter must be provided annually, that states that the immunization(s) are against one’s sincere religious beliefs.

If you have questions, please email msnurse@kingphilip.org or call the nurse’s office at 508-541-3457.

KPMS Incoming 7th Grade/New Student Registration Night

Wednesday, March 2, 2022

6:00 – 7:30 PM

Make sure to bring your residency & identification information with you!


KPMS Curriculum Night for Incoming 7th Grade Families

Wednesday, March 30, 2022

6:00 – 7:30 PM


KPMS School Visits for Caregivers of Incoming 7th Grade Families

Thursday, April 7, 2022 – any time between 8:30-9:30 AM

Tuesday, April 12, 2022 – any time between 8:30-9:30 AM


Elementary School Visits to KPMS*

Wrentham – Thursday, May 12, 2022 – 9:30 – 11:00 AM

Plainville – Thursday, May 19, 2022 – 9:30 – 11:00 AM

Norfolk – Tuesday, May 24, 2022 – 9:45 – 11:15 AM

*Students will take the bus from their school to KPMS.


2022 Summer Bridge to KP Program

We invite all rising 7th grade students to participate in a one week Bridge To KP summer program. This is a no-cost program that is designed to help incoming grade 7 students prepare for a smooth transition to KP Middle School.  Students will have an opportunity to engage in fun activities and connect with peers from neighboring districts. The program is staffed by KP Middle School teachers, as well as teachers from the three elementary districts. Click Here for Informational Flyer

Interested families are asked to complete the following Google Form. This will help us plan and staff the program accordingly.

July 18 – 21; July 25 – 28; or August 1 – 4

8:30 AM – 11:45 AM


KPMS School Walkthrough

Tuesday, August 16, 2022 (more information to follow)


All events will take place at King Philip Middle School.