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KP Middle School Announces Honor Roll

The King Philip Middle School announced the honor roll for the first quarter, 2014. The full honor roll is available here.
The Norfolk Times

Town of Norfolk Open Space and Recreation Survey

The Norfolk Community Preservation Committee is conducting a survey of Norfolk residents as a key step toward updating the Town’s Open Space and Recreation Plan (OSRP). Completing an OSRP that gains approval from the Massachusetts Division of Conservation Services (DCS) provides two primary benefits: (1) It provides a document to...
Norfolk Town News

Three Honored By Selectmen

Wrentham residents received Volunteer of the Year awards from the Board of Selectmen at the November Town Meeting. Melanie Egan received the 2014 Wrentham Volunteer of the Year award for her work helping residents going through hard times, while Kayleigh Connor and Henry Carr won the 2014 Youth Volunteers of the Year for their efforts with KP Cares as well as their own individual volunteer work throughout the community.
Norfolk Town News

Veterans Day Assembly Makes Lasting Impression

While the elementary students at Norfolk’s Freeman-Kennedy School have returned to their daily routines, the Veterans Day Assembly held last month was one to be remembered. This year’s annual event included important messages from local politicians, veterans, and fellow classmates to honor all who served, past and present. It was a meaningful gathering, punctuated by music, thought-provoking speeches, and heart-felt thanks.
Norfolk Town News

Jingle Bell Run

The Norfolk Community League has scheduled its 13th Annual Jingle Bell 5k Run/Walk for Saturday, December 6, 2013 at 11 a.m. The professionally-timed road race begins and ends at the H. Olive Day School. 100% of the proceeds from this event will be donated directly to the Santa Foundation. Runners and walkers of all ages and abilities may register now. The registration fee increases to $30 after December 1st. Compete as a "Reindeer Team". This fee increases to $100 per team after December 1st. Free gloves will be given to the first 50 registrants.
Norfolk Town News

Wrentham Public Schools Look to Help Children with Special Needs

Wrentham Public Schools invites all local agencies to participate in the identification of children with special needs. If you suspect that your child may have a disability, please call the Office of Student Services at 508-384-5430 x1151 for information regarding eligibility guidelines, procedures and services.
Norfolk Town News

Swim Teams Eye Titles

The King Philip swim team under the guidance of Coach Kathy White found itself on very different paths last winter. This season both teams seem to be looking to be on the same trajectory toward the Hockomock League Championship. Since the boys program began at King Philip the team has never finished lower than the league title capturing the championship six straight seasons, in addition to winning the South Sectional Championship last year. The girls, according to Coach White, were involved in a rebuilding season last winter going 2-3 in the league and 7-3-1 overall.
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