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Welcome to Keene Middle School

Dorothy Frazier, Principal


It is the mission of Keene Middle School to provide a productive and healthy environment with a flexible learning program which meets the intellectual, emotional, social and physical needs of the students. Read more....

Focused Communities of Learning

Students at each grade level are assigned to a "cluster" of approximately 115 students. Each cluster is taught by a "team" of teachers. 
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Teen Assessment Project Survey Results

The Teen Assessment Project survey was taken by 7th & 8th graders in 2012. Lauren Bressett of MADAC (Monadnock Alcohol & Drug Abuse Coalition) presented the results and information on drug and ...more

Parent Portal Log In Information

Click here for the Parent Portal Log In Information Sheet.  If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Frazier at dfrazier@sau29.org. The portal will not be open for the first few weeks of school.

Back to School Info


The First Student bus schedule can be found hereAs in the past, if parents do not see their specific address listed on the schedule they should consider the bus stop in the closest proximity to their home as “their bus stop”. If parents have specific questions or concerns for First Student, they can be reached at 352-2303.
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Rachel's Challenge 

September 24th  6pm

Keene Middle School Auditorium

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Artist in Residence

We have been awarded an Artist in Residence grant from the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts, and are delighted to be starting a residency with Sherry Gould, a basket maker from the Abenaki tribe!  Click here for more details. 

Morning Announcements

Friday, September 19th  Day 5


Lunch:  Toasted Cheese Sandwich

7th and 8th Grade Band sectionals for today are as follows: Group 28 - Period 1, Group 25 - Period 2, Group 26 - Period 6, Group 27 - Period 7.
Jazz Band audition sign-ups are posted on the band bulletin board for any students who want to audition but could not attend the meeting. Make sure to sign up for a slot if you want to audition, and see Mr. Clark or Mrs. Hahs for audition materials. 
Cello Sectionals Today.
Please remember that if you are taking the late bus, it does not drop you off as close to home as the regular after school bus.  It just takes you to your neighborhood.
The first yearbook club meeting is Today from 2:45 until 3:25.  If you missed sign ups or are still interested in joining yearbook club.....wait in the cafeteria until an adviser picks you up.
Attention all students interested in joining the world-famous KMS Student Council: There will be an informational meeting from 2:30 to 2:50 in Mr. Painchaud's room on Tuesday September 23 to cover the campaign guidelines.  The world needs more leaders -- why not start here?"
There will be an OCAC Ambassador Meeting after school today.  We will discuss plans for the year and take a walk out to the boardwalk to see the progress that has been made.  Please meet in the IMC promptly at 2:30.  The meeting will go until 3:15. Please be sure to have a ride home or plan to take the late bus.  See you there.