Superintendent Paul Zinni reports that students at the King Philip Regional Middle School were dismissed early today due to a power outage at the school.
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Superintendent Paul Zinni, Principal/Assistant Superintendent Susan Gilson and Norfolk Police Chief Charles Stone report that a scheduled police K-9 search of King Philip Regional Middle School was conducted Friday morning.
King Philip DECA Vice President of Marketing Emma Daly would like to provide an update on the high school’s business club. On Dec. 21, King Philip DECA held its annual Round Table event where several KP DECA alumni returned to share the impact DECA has had on their lives.