We believe that students have the potential to achieve all of their aspirations when they are in an environment that does not marginalize.
Advisor: Ms. Barrett
Room: 210 (The art room)
Students must register on FamilyID in order to participate.
Painting (6 meetings) 11/8 – 12/13: Projects include watercolor skills, alternative painting techniques such as marbling and acrylic pours, and a Bob Ross project.
Sculpture (6 meetings) 1/10 – 2/14: Students will work together to make a large-scale sculpture that will be displayed at KPMS! Students will help design something large and impressive!
Clay (6 meetings) 2/28 – 4/4: Projects will include hand building, coiling, and lessons with a clay wheel.
Mural (6 meetings) 4/25 – 5/30: Students this year will have the unique and special opportunity to design and paint a permanent mural in the school! We will work together to create a piece of art that will live forever on the walls of KPMS.
Students who sign up are welcome to come to the art room after school and use the art supplies provided in an open, exploratory environment. Lessons are not provided, however, students are able to make work on their own to explore their individuality and artistic personality.
The Video Announcements Club films videos for all of KPMS to watch on Friday morning. It is an awesome way to try something new and to get involved at KP. All students are welcome to attend and can take the late bus home.
Please email Ms. McIntyre or Ms. Barrett with any questions!
The KPMS Gender & Sexuality Club seeks to focus on leadership development and activism that prioritizes building alliances not only across sexual orientation and gender identity lines, but also across race, ethnicity, and class lines. Activities, resources and trainings are designed to provide education and facilitate discussion amongst both students and staff. Our group strives to promote the mission for tolerance and acceptance within our school community, where all individuals can feel welcome and supported.
Days: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday (no meeting on early dismissal days)
At Homework Club, students will be provided with a quiet, structured environment and will work with our staff to complete assignments. They will also strengthen important skills such as organization, task initiation and study skills.
Please contact your guidance counselor for more information!
Advisor: Mrs. Hall
King Philip Middle School offers a wide variety of intramural athletic programs. These include, but are not limited to Cross Country, Basketball, Volleyball, Track and Field, Disc Golf, Field Hockey, and Fitness and Nutrition. The programs welcome athletes of all abilities and are intended to be a fun learning experience where student athletes build skills and endurance. No previous experience is necessary.
Most intramural sports meet on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, from 2:15 to 4:15. Students will need a ride home and be picked up at the school. Carpools are suggested. Cross Country and Track and Field compete with other schools and meets end later than practices. Parents and Guardians are encouraged to come watch their children compete.
A small fee is charged for the programs. All students are welcomed, regardless of their ability to pay. Students/parents facing financial difficulties should contact Mrs. Hall (Halls@kingphilip.org, 508-541-7324 x 2117) to discuss a fee waiver.
Cross Country runs from mid-September through early November.
Basketball runs from early January through mid-February.
Volleyball runs from late February through mid-April.
Track and Field runs from mid-April through May.
Field Hockey runs from mid-April through May.
Disc Golf and Fitness and Nutrition will have a spring and fall season, depending on interest.
Information for each sport may be found on Google Classroom. The links are as follows:
Cross Country: https://classroom.google.com/c/MzkzNTEzNDUwMjcx?cjc=qfgr5d4
Track and Field: https://classroom.google.com/c/MzkzNTI0NzQ1MzA2?cjc=rlnulcm
Disc Golf Intramurals: https://classroom.google.com/c/MzkzNTI0NzQ2Mzkw?cjc=7jc5yql
Field Hockey Intramurals: https://classroom.google.com/c/MzkzNTM5NzczNjEz?cjc=ota27qo
Fitness and Nutrition Intramurals: https://classroom.google.com/c/MzkzNTQ0ODU4MDY1?cjc=o2oysay
Advisor: Mrs. Kriegsman
During Math League meetings, students will work on brain teasers, logic puzzles, and complete practice problems to prepare for upcoming math competitions. It is a great way to work with fellow students to explore new ways to solve math problems.
Math team is open to all 7th and 8th grade students.
Advisor: Dr. Austin & Mrs. Leone
Day: Wednesday, once per month
Science Club is open to all 7th and 8th grade students. Since there is a limit to the number of students who can participate, students will be admitted to science club in the order in which completed registrations are received, including payment. Onlie registration will open at 6:00 p.m. on Monday 10/17 and our 1st meeting will be 10/19. Click here for the online registration form.
To take part in science club, students need to register on FamilyID AND complete an activity permission slip. ALL registrants MUST return the activity permission slip to Dr. Austin in room 204. Registration will be capped for safety reasons.
Dates for the 2022-23 meetings:
WEDNESDAY October 19, 2022
WEDNESDAY November 9, 2022
WEDNESDAY December 21, 2022
WEDNESDAY January 18, 2023
WEDNESDAY February 15, 2023
WEDNESDAY March 15, 2023
WEDNESDAY April 26, 2023
WEDNESDAY June 7, 2023
The cost for science club for the year is $80.00 This fee covers the cost of all materials and includes a fabulous KP science club t-shirt. Students who qualify for free/reduced lunch are eligible for a fee waiver. Please let Dr. Austin know if this is the case.
Thanks and hope for lots of good snow!
Mission Statement: The KPMS Student Ambassadors is first and foremost an organization devoted to embodying, upholding, and promoting the kindness initiative at KPMS. Thus, the Student Ambassadors are those students who are not only kind to all others, but also those who promote and recognize the importance of kindness within the community. Student Ambassadors are those students who do what is right in difficult situations, and model this behavior for their peers. Outside the walls of KPMS, Student Ambassadors are those who know the importance of making a difference in the lives of others and of giving back to the community through various community service projects. Thus, Student Ambassadors are not only role models for their peers, but also representatives of KPMS to the greater, outside community.
Note: this club runs through KPMS faculty/staff nominations