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Uniform Policy:

M. Marcus Kiley Middle School will follow the Springfield Public Schools' uniform policy:

  • Royal blue and light blue collared shirts ONLY
  • Black or tan pants/shorts, including joggers (no cargo pants/shorts or leggings)
  • Undershirts of any color are allowed as long as they are under a uniform shirt
  • Belts of any color are allowed
  • No School-sponsored t-shirts
  • Blue and black cardigans, sweaters, or sweatshirts without hoods ONLY
  • Shirts must be tucked in
  • Appropriate jewelry and headbands are allowed

School Hours for Students:


From the Nurses' Office:

Immunizations records, including a recent tetanus shot and a second varicella vaccine, along with a physical are needed for all 7th grade students in the nurses office this month.

Scoliosis screening for grades 6-8 will be ongoing throughout the school year.

Screenings for hearing, vision, height and weight will be done in October-November for 7th grade students.

Referral letters will be sent home with any failures on these screenings. The health office will need a written report of findings and plan of care on all referrals from your child's provider. Nursing will be doing SBIRT screenings with all 7th grade students this year. This screening is a public health, early identification and intervention approach, for students whose pattern of alcohol and/or drug use may put their health at risk. Letters will be sent home to parents explaining this screening with the ability to opt out.

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What is PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention Supports)?

The PBIS management system assists schools with Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support. Through this behavior management program, consistent strategies and interventions are put in place school-wide for students to follow. Staff is able to ackowledge positive student behavior in the classroom and school-wide using the PBIS reward system. Students work with staff to set behavior goals and through the reporting system of PBIS, are able to track their progress. Based on positive behavior individual progress, students are able to participate in wonderful class, grade-level, or whole-school events. Most importantly, the PBIS system allows students to monitor their progress and qualify for many different and varied opportunities in and outside of school. The integrated store and event management system make it easy to facilitate PBIS store purchases and event check-ins through our web-based application, smartphone app, or tablet. For more information:

PBIS Calendar:


PBIS "The Kiley Way" Classroom Expectations:

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What is Kiley's FitZone After School Program?

Kiley's FitZone program is designed to increase self perception, develop self esteem and ignite leadership skills. Through written self evaluations and guided questions, each member will recognize and understand their character strengths. These strengths will be clearly indentified through an informal and formal process. The power of positive thinking will allow the climate and the environment to be conducive for risk taking,emotional breakthroughs and “I will never forget moments.” For more information:



Please contact:

Mark Laurenzano

Dean of Students M. Marcus Kiley Middle School "Stronger Minds = Stronger Bodies" 413-787-7240 M. Marcus Kiley Middle School National Junior Honor Society (NJHS):

The National Junior Honor Society of Marcus M. Kiley Middle School is a national youth organization which is structured on five pillars. The pillars are:

1. Leadership 2. Character 3. Scholarship 4. Service 5. Citizenship

Kiley Middle School NJHS is committed to bettering our community as a school and as a city and nation. Membership into the Kiley Middle School National Junior Honor Society begins with being nominated by a staff member at Kiley Middle School. Once nominated, those students that have a minimum G.P.A of at least 3.0 will be asked to complete an application and interview prior to being selected as a candidate for induction in the NJHS. The goal this year is to increase our membership amongst the three grades and make an even greater difference in our Kiley and Springfield community.

M. Marcus Kiley Middle School Student Council:

Kiley's student council is entering its second year and has applied to the National Student Council organization (NASC) for membership. Stay tuned!

Kiley's Student Council duties and responsibilities include: to assist and plan for school wide events, plan for and execute fundraising events to support PBIS student activities, and get involved in community service opportunities to give back to both Kiley and the surrounding commmunity.

During the 2016-17 school year, student council planned for and participated in: food drive and clothing drive several times throughout the year. This school year, student council goals include: food drive, coats for kids donations, and other fundraising for events that will be determined by council members, staff advisors, and Principal Sutton.

Please encourage your student to join! Empowerment Zone School Operational Plan: kiley_school_operational_plan_educator_working_conditions_-_final1.pdf

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