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Healthy KP Partners with King Philip Regional Middle School to Host Lip Sync Battle

WRENTHAM — Superintendent Paul Zinni and Healthy KP Substance Use Prevention Coalition Director Oomiya Kawas are pleased to announce that Healthy KP sponsored a Lip Sync Battle and Teacher Talent Showcase earlier this month at the King Philip Regional Middle School. On Thursday, Nov. 10, Healthy 

King Philip Regional Superintendent Paul Zinni Announces Retirement Following 36-Year Career in Education

The King Philip Regional School District announces Superintendent Paul Zinni’s planned retirement at the conclusion of the 2022-23 school year following his impactful 36-year career in education. Effective July 1, 2023, Superintendent Zinni will retire from the King Philip Regional School District after serving as 

King Philip Girls’ Volleyball Team Spreads the Spirit of Thanksgiving with Pie Donations

Superintendent Paul Zinni and Assistant Superintendent Dr. Susan Gilson are pleased to announce that the King Philip Regional Girls’ Volleyball Team recently donated pies to local food pantries and organizations ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. Earlier this month on Thursday, Nov. 3, the KP Girls’ 

KP MS Fire Alarm 11-18-22

Dear King Philip community, I wanted to provide everyone with details concerning a fire alarm that went off at our middle school earlier today. At approximately 2 p.m. today, just prior to dismissal at the middle school, a fire alarm went off that prompted the 

Winter in New England

Greetings King Philip Community: I do love the snow. However, at some point, it will close schools, delay openings, and maybe even cause early dismissals. Although our students are better served by being in school, our top priority is their safety. I know the decision 

KPRHS Fire Incident 11/17/22

Dear King Philip community, As you are aware, we experienced a small fire at our high school this morning. Fire alarms were activated shortly before 10:30 a.m. after a student alerted staff of flames in a trash barrel. One of our high school’s teaching assistants 

King Philip High School – small trash can fire

Dear King Philip community, The high school just had a fire alarm resulting from a small trash can fire. The fire was quickly extinguished, and all students, and staff evacuated the building safely, and without incident. There is no need for your student to be 

King Philip Regional High School Announces John and Abigail Adams Scholarship Recipients

Superintendent Paul Zinni and Assistant Superintendent Dr. Susan Gilson are pleased to announce that 84 seniors at King Philip Regional High School are among seniors statewide to receive a John and Abigail Adams Scholarship this year. “We are very proud of our students who have 

King Philip Regional Marching Band Earns Second Place at USBands Open Class National Championships

Superintendent Paul Zinni and Assistant Superintendent Dr. Susan Gilson are pleased to announce that the King Philip Regional High School Marching Band earned second place at the USBands Open Class National Championships. On Saturday, Nov. 5, KP’s Marching Band competed in the USBands Open Class 

Tik Tok – Salt & Ice Challenge

To all King Philip families, I would like to inform all parents and guardians of an alarming trend that has resurfaced on the social media site Tik Tok regarding a viral trend that encourages users to engage in risky behavior. The “salt and ice challenge”