King Philip Regional School District Launches New District Website
The King Philip Regional School District has launched a brand-new district website, giving community members an updated and modern space to access information, news, events and other important information.
The new website, www.kingphilip.org, features a user-friendly, easy-to-navigate design with a clean layout and bright photos and includes:
• District information and news
• A calendar of events
• Department pages with contact information
• Quick links/resources for students, staff and families
• Welcome videos from Superintendent Zinni, KPRMS Principal Michelle Kreuzer and KPRHS Principal Dr. Lisa Mobley
The homepage includes an information section for numerous facets of the district and a search feature that allows users to quickly navigate to desired pages. Also featured on the homepage are links to individual landing pages for King Philip Regional Middle School and High School. On the landing pages is each school’s respective information including school activities, curriculum information and more.
The website is available to translate to several different languages including Spanish, Arabic, Chinese and more.
Community members also have the ability to subscribe to the site to receive news and updates via email.
The district website also directly links to the district’s Facebook and Twitter pages, which community members are encouraged to connect with in order to have quick access to the latest updates from the King Philip Regional School District.
“We are pleased to launch our new district site, which features a seamless, easy-to-navigate design that is a one-stop-shop for all information district-wide,” said KP Superintendent Paul Zinni. “With this site, King Philip will deliver a cohesive and unified district message across all of our online platforms. We encourage all community members to explore the site.”
The website was designed by John Guilfoil Public Relations LLC and was built using the WordPress website platform. It features a modern, HTML 5 “Responsive Design” that works equally well on computer, tablet, and smartphone screens.