WRENTHAM — Superintendent Paul Zinni and Principal Dr. Lisa Mobley are pleased to share that King Philip Regional High School recently hosted its first combined Fine and Performing Arts Night.
The event, presented by the King Philip Regional High School Fine and Performing Arts Department, was held on Thursday, May 18 in the High School’s main lobby and Grady Auditorium.
Students and their families were invited to view art, music, and poetry projects by students in Grades 9-12.
The event began with an art show, which featured two-dimensional work from Art Teacher Mackenzie McKenney’s classes, three-dimensional work from Fine Arts Teacher Shannon Cress’s classes, digital photography from Technology Teacher Jodi Greenleaf’s classes, and poetry from English Language Arts Teacher Keith Leidner’s classes.
“Our first ever Fine and Performing Arts Night was a great success,” said Dr. Mobley. “It was a pleasure to host our King Philip families and have them witness our student’s talents first-hand.”
Performers included the King Philip Regional High School Concert Choir, the King Philip Regional High School Symphonic Winds, King Philip Regional High School Wind Ensemble, King Philip Regional High School Concert Band, and the King Philip Regional High School Chorus, under the direction of Fine and Performing Arts Department Head Joshua Wolloff and High School Band Director Michael Keough.
A reception in the lobby followed for students and families to celebrate. Light refreshments and photo opportunities also were provided.
“It was a night full of beautiful performances and the showcasing of great talent,” said Wolloff. “Our students have been working diligently to perfect their skills all season and it was amazing to see their hard work pay off.”