The superintendents of the King Philip Regional School District, Norfolk Public Schools, Wrentham Public Schools and Plainville Public Schools would like to notify parents about Governor Charlie Baker’s announcement last night to close all public and private schools statewide until April 7 and provide information about the importance of social distancing during this time.
NORFOLK — Superintendent Ingrid Allardi announces that all Norfolk Public Schools will close tomorrow as a precaution against the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The closure of schools is a proactive step by the school district to limit the potential spread of COVID-19 and it mirrors steps being taken in school districts throughout the state. Norfolk Public […]
King Philip Regional School District Continues Social Emotional Wellness Series with Healthcare Financing Event
WRENTHAM — The King Philip Regional School District, the Norfolk Public Schools, the Plainville Public Schools and the Wrentham Public Schools will continue their wellness education series for parents and guardians this week.
WRENTHAM — The King Philip Regional School District, the Norfolk Public Schools, the Plainville Public Schools and the Wrentham Public Schools are pleased to announce a new collaboration between the school departments and KyleCares that will seek to support student behavioral and mental health needs.
WRENTHAM — Superintendent Paul Zinni and KP DECA Marketing Coordinator James Dow are pleased to announce that King Philip Regional High School’s business club performed extremely well at the recent District Conference and are now moving onto the State Career Development Conference at the end of February.
Superintendent Paul Zinni is pleased to report that King Philip Regional Middle School students recently attended a presentation from Edgar Allan Poe reenactor Campbell Harmon.
Superintendent Paul Zinni is pleased to announce that students at King Philip Regional High School recently took part in Start With Hello Week as a way to raise awareness about social isolation and to promote a more inclusive school environment.
NORFOLK — Superintendent Paul Zinni is pleased to announce that a former King Philip Regional High School senior was recently published in a scientific journal.
WRENTHAM — Superintendent Paul Zinni is pleased to share that Healthy KP recently launched a sticker campaign to promote underage drinking awareness.
NORFOLK — Superintendent Paul Zinni is pleased to share that multiple King Philip High School students took first place during competitions at DECA’s International Career Development conference in April, and several others were named top international finalists.