Keigwin Middle School
Keigwin is a unique middle school that brings together sixth graders from eight elementary schools in Middletown for one exciting school year. Our academic schedule and school organization helps students transition from their elementary school experiences to become more independent students. We ensure that they become increasingly responsible, organized and motivated to learn through ongoing advisory lessons, team activities and school events, creating a sense of school community.
Keigwin is committed to meeting the unique needs of the changing adolescent by supporting their intellectual, social, emotional and physical development. Through our teaming environment, the staff actively engages students in the pursuit of academic excellence and character building. We challenge all students to learn through involvement in a rigorous curriculum within a richly diverse school culture that encourages independent thinking, self worth and mutual understanding.
As the Principal of the school I am committed to making sure that each student’s sixth grade year is a memorable year of growth and development. We will be sure to keep families informed throughout the year of this exciting process. We encourage family participation and collaboration in school events that help strengthen Middletown’s school community.
Silvia Mayo Molina, Ed.D.
Dates to Remember:
- No school Monday January 16th in observance of Martin Luther King Day
- Interim Reports distributed Friday January 20th
Professional Development Days: Kegwin Middle School PD days take place once a month. On these days, school starts at 10:30. The Keigwin Professional Development Days are:
- Monday October 24th
- Monday November 14th
- Monday December 5th
- Monday January 9th
- Monday March 6th
- Monday April 3rd
- Monday May 8th
Click Here to view Tuesday/Thursday Late Bus Schedules
Click Here to view the January/February Newsletter
Click Here to view Bollinger Student Accident Insurance Information
Parent Volunteers Wanted!
The Middletown School District has implemented a Volunteer Procedure to ensure the safety of all students. The procedure requires that school volunteers are prescreened by the Middletown Public Schools and the Connecticut Department of Children and Families.
If you are interested in chaperoning a field trip, please contact Melissa Nichols (or your child’s teacher) to request a Volunteer Packet. All packets must be completed and turned in prior to your volunteer experience.
We value parents and caregivers having a strong role in our learning community and are committed to supporting the new Volunteer Procedure to ensure a continued partnership with all families.
Be an Academic Ambassador! Click here to learn more!
School Based Health Center
We are proud to offer school-based health services during the school days Monday, Wednesday and Friday for our students.
Licensed healthcare providers are available to provide
- medical support (treatment for illnesses or injuries, and physicals),
- behavioral health services (individual, group, and family therapy),
- dental hygiene (exams, fluoride, cleanings, x-rays, and sealants) services
If you are interested in having your child enroll for services in the school-based health center, please call Melissa Nichols at 860-632-2433 to receive registration information!
To learn more about Middletown's Safe School Climate Plan, please click this link.
The PTO has created many great opportunities for you to help Keigwin out. Click here to see all the programs that have been developed.
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