King Philip Regional Middle School


Please click here for Grade 7 Registration Information for the 2023-2024 school year.

Registration for 7th graders must be completed by Friday, March 10, 2023. Thank you!

King Philip Middle School serves students in grades 7 and 8. Students come from the Freeman-Kennedy School (Norfolk), the Beatrice H. Wood School (Plainville), and the Roderick School (Wrentham).
Assistant Principal

Kyle J. Alves

Dean of Students

Jay Donovan

Main Office

Ph: (508) 541-7324
Fax: (508) 541-3467

School Hours: 7:30 AM – 2:15 PM

Student Absence/Tardy/Dismissed: A parent or guardian must contact the main office before 8:20 AM via phone (508) 541-7324  or email

If your child is absent from school or any class without parent/guardian notification, the absence will constitute a school or class truancy. Please view the KPRSD Student Handbook for a list of excused absences.

KPMS Upcoming Events

February 1, 2023
  • KPMS February Address 8th Grade (State of the School)

    February 1, 2023  7:35 am - 8:28 am

  • KPMS February Address 7th Grade (State of the School)

    February 1, 2023  8:31 am - 9:19 am

  • KPMS - School Council Meeting

    February 1, 2023  3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
    Guidance Conference Room

February 6, 2023
  • KPMS - Faculty Meeting

    February 6, 2023  2:15 pm - 3:15 pm

  • School Committee Meeting

    February 6, 2023  7:00 pm - 7:00 pm

February 8, 2023

    February 8, 2023  11:00 am - 2:15 pm

Office Staff

Joan Solomon | Main Office Administrative Assistant 

Deborah Morry | Main Office Administrative Assistant

Ventura Hurvitz | Student Services Administrative Assistant

Nicole Murphy | Guidance Administrative Assistant

School Nurses

Michele Caulfield, RN, BSN

Charrel Liberatore, RN, BSN
School Nurse Number: (508) 541-3457
School Nurse Fax: (508) 298-0203

School Resource Officer

Officer Katie Appel | Norfolk Police Department
We believe that the middle school environment is welcoming, inclusive, and affirming for all; health, wellness, and social-emotional competence are supported in curricula, school-wide programs, and related policies; the curriculum is challenging, exploratory, and diverse; and instruction fosters learning that is active, purposeful, and democratic. -Excerpt from The Successful Middle School: This We Believe, Association for Middle Level Education